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Lifting the lid on freelance life. Experienced freelance journalists Lily Canter and Emma Wilkinson guide you through everything you need to know about working for yourself. From where to get work, to how to get paid and everything in between. Each episode features two guests who have made freelancing a success. From film reviewers, to travel writers to bitcoin experts and current affairs broadcasters. Packed with trade secrets, top tips and amusing anecdotes this is an unmissable How To gui ...
 
Tara Humphrey looks behind-the-scenes at the business side of healthcare by talking to NHS and private healthcare leaders. And, throughout this podcast, she also shares her own project management and leadership insights. Tara has an MBA in Healthcare Leadership and Management and Leadership. She is the Founder and the Managing Director of THC Primary Care a leading healthcare consultancy.
 
IEE is the hit comedy panel show podcast from award-losing comedian Sam Wilkinson. Each episode guarantees a wealth of British comedy talent handing out at least one fact, one lesson and mulitple moments of hilarity. It’s ideal for fans, and detractors, of the BBC in general and Radio 4 in particular. Imagine if Radio 4 commissioned any old nonsense and didn’t mind about the swears and you’re on the right track. Or NPR if you're American, I suppose.
 
What's one thing you wish you had known when you began your career? On this podcast we explore honest conversations and stories from the likes of Marketer’s, CEOs, entrepreneurs, business owners and creative individuals, breaking the mould with an insight to their success. We dive deep into their journey’s from conception to the present day, exploring how they overcame hurdles, disrupted the market and eventually discovered their own version of success. You can expect new guests every month ...
 
To Me- Magic is a soul essence. It is joy. It is pure passion. It's a feeling of hope that we can create a better future. It's the sparkle that creates light behind people's eyes. Magic is the secret ingredient to getting through those tougher days. It's the thing that makes dreams seem actually possible. Welcome to a passion project of mine. A collection of conversations sharing the stories of people who are MAKING MAGIC REAL A Fortnightly Podcast being delivered to you every 2nd Monday x
 
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186 The Premortem to improve your business results This week on The Business of Healthcare Podcast I discuss what is a Premortem? It is when you ask yourself and your team what you can do to make this initiative fail, then work backwards to ensure that these things are avoided. It's a great exercise to help you decide what you do NOT want to happen…
 
Ep 13 - Jordan Lucky Artist Today we are lucky enough to have a dive into the magical realm of Jordan Lucky. A Newcastle Based artist who has travelled far & wide unravelling the magic of Street Art! His works open the door to the imaginative world we all know is there & what is even more amazing- is that he has had many opportunities create these …
 
185 Leanne Antoine Distinct Physiotherapy Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Leanne Antoine who is the Clinical Lead & Director of Distinct Physiotherapy. Where do we start with this episode, Leanne has so much to share with you all, we discuss what’s important to Leanne, how she is in…
 
Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Dr Abeyna Bubbers-Jones who is the founder of Medic Footprints and Consultant Occupational Health Physician. Medic footprints has subscribers in over 190 countries and is growing – The world’s biggest marketplace and community for doctors exploring di…
 
In this bonus episode Lily and Emma return to the appraisal they conducted on each other six months ago to hold one another accountable. We find out how many of their action points were achieved and how useful the process was. Resources How to appraise yourself original podcast episode https://freelancing-for-journalists.captivate.fm/episode/how-to…
 
On this next episode I sat down with Charlotte Renwick where we had an insightful chat about student recruitment and some key advice for graduates leaving University. Charlotte gives a great perspective on her own role at the University and how we can help students be successful and grow in their own field. If you enjoyed this episode, please subsc…
 
Ep 12- Tyler - Kin of the Bush Today's conversation is with Tyler, a kind soul with a grounding presence who is incredibly connected to nature & has a deep passion for rewinding land & people . We dive into Tyler's life journey & how she re-kindled her soul fire through nature connection & ancestral bush crafts & skills. She holds many skills- bask…
 
What does it take to switch to journalism later in life? In this episode, we find out how to move into freelance journalism after starting off in an alternative career. We talk about the rewards and the hurdles of changing careers with Rachel Steinberg, who worked in the theatre in Canada before moving to London to become a sports journalist and Ra…
 
In this episode, we speak to two freelance journalists, Miranda Levy and Alice Draper about the moral choices you can be confronted with as a freelance journalist. We discuss how to set boundaries and how to avoid conflicts of interest. The Guests Miranda Levy Website: https://mirandalevy.co.uk/ Twitter: @mirandalevycopy Instagram: @mirandalevyinst…
 
And so this is Christmas. Inform Educate Entertain welcomes you to the festive season with the most self-indulgent series finale since that bloke came out of the shower and declared it was all a dream. Emma Crossland, Becky Heaviside and Helen Swallow pay a special in-person visit to IEE Towers to spread joy and love around the world and compete to…
 
Today on the business of healthcare podcast I am discussing Assertiveness & how we perceive this in others. Topics that are discussed Contributing when you are not a subject matter expert Why asking questions are so important If you are not sure what is being discussed, it's your responsibility to ask Prepare for your meeting and feel confident Whe…
 
In this episode we discuss the difficulty of saying no to work as a freelance. We talk to freelance journalist and Career Collective founder Lateefah Jean-Baptiste and i like networking founder Isabel Sachs about how, and when, to walk away when a commission or project is not working for you. The guests Lateefah Jean https://www.lateefahjb.com/ Twi…
 
There's a real end-of-term vibe as IEE races towards the series two finale. But before the final show, three well-spoken comedians hold a showdown to see who will make the finest continuity announcer. But which of them does an incredible valley girl accent? Whose kitchen is on full display during the Zoom call and attracting attention? And who will…
 
Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Dr Neil Modha who is a General Practitioner Partner at Thistlemoor Medical Centre, Chair of Greater Peterborough Network GP federation and Co-chair of the Integrated Care Provider of the North part of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Integrated Care Sy…
 
Securing steady work, long term contracts or building up a relationship with an editor in order to get regular work can be a great security blanket for freelancers. In this episode we talk to Mel Stern, freelance journalist, editor, producer, and charity communications consultant and Tufayel Ahmed, a freelance journalist, editor and journalism lect…
 
Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with Hollie Hastings who is the Primary Care Network Director of Strategy & Partnerships - Worcestershire. Once again it is a great episode FULL of helpful and inspiring insights. We discuss Hollie's career to date - she started in the NHS at the age of 16…
 
In this episode, we talk to two freelance journalists who also blog. We ask how blogging can service freelance journalists and how you can make it work for you. Andy Webb is a freelance journalist who runs the award winning blog ‘Be Clever with your Cash’ and Marisa Bate, who was shortlisted for the inaugural Freelance Writing Awards for her newsle…
 
Some podcast episodes reach infamy because of the insightful content within. Some podcast episodes reach infamy because of the hilarious content. If this podcast reaches infamy it will be because it's the one that drove Sam Wilkinson to madness. IEE is hungry! Hungry for jokes! Hungry for facts! Hungry for a new Head Caterer! But which of our conte…
 
Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast episode 180 where this week I am talking to Emma Wilkinson who is a Freelance Health Journalist, Editor and Teacher. We had a great discussion regarding Emma’s journey to becoming a journalist, the impact of negative press and her journalistic values. We originally connected through Twitter after E…
 
In the first episode of series 6, we speak to two freelance journalists about how to handle editor ghosting. What can you do when an editor, who was initially keen, is now ignoring your emails? We get advice from Solape Alatise, a freelance journalist with business and financial reporting experience, and Joel Snape a fitness writer and former commi…
 
This week on The Business of Healthcare Podcast I discuss Comparison & Fear of Missing Out. It's something even the most confident of people can worry about and I have to remember that even with the best planning in the world, sometimes you then have to take a step back. We need to prioritise, think about the pressure to contribute and become bette…
 
IEE is back from its tiny hiatus! The employees are sick of their dull boring clothes so it's time to hire a costume designer to make everyone look all sparkly and nice and that. Three of the most fashionable comedians ever to grace a Zoom call are here to fill the job. But which of our candidates will be first to compliment Sam's cardigan? Which o…
 
Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast episode 178 where this week I am talking to Louise Clague who is the Donor Recruitment Manager for DKMS. They are an international charity dedicated to the fight against blood cancer and blood disorders. I am so proud to be an ambassador for DKMS and what they stand for and it great having the oppo…
 
Today on the business of healthcare podcast I have the pleasure in talking about The Business of Healthcare Mentorship Programme and the Health & Care Inequality Grant. Last year we created an initiative called the business of healthcare scholarship, and we created that to provide mentorship and professional development grants to healthcare profess…
 
Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast where this week I am talking to Alison Reid who is the CEO at Community Dental Services. What I really liked about this interview is that I don't share the interview questions with the guest in advance and Alison was just in my opinion, so clear in articulating the values, her culture compass, the …
 
Today on the business of healthcare podcast I have the pleasure in talking about - How do we share what we do? Referring also to a great book that I have read recently - Show your Work by Austin Kleon. Don't overthink it. Document what you are doing. Share the behind the scenes. Start to jot down the things that are happening in your work life that…
 
Geraldine Parker-Smith NHS Blood & Transplant Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast where this week I am talking to Geraldine Parker-Smith who is the National Diversity Marketing Manager for NHS Blood & Transplant. We discuss all things giving blood and why it is so important for people to continue to donate. We touch on what it means …
 
This week on The Business of Healthcare Podcast I wanted to discuss the importance of making time to meet with your team even when you feel like there is no time. A few of the questions that I discuss 👇 What is the importance of getting more time to talk to get to know each other? What do you prioritise? When we come together as a team, I have some…
 
It can't have escaped anyone's notice that Inform Educate Entertain can sound pretty rubbish at times. Luckily, three of the least-capable interviewees we've ever had on the show are here to sort that out. If they can operate a boom mic, so can anyone. But which of our candidates knows a surprising amount about space travel? Who has written a very …
 
Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast episode 172 where I have the pleasure of speaking with Ziad Laklouk Ziad is a pharmacist, and he also holds a position at Soar Beyond. In this interview, Ziad shares his pharmacy journey and what led him into working in primary care networks and for Soar Beyond which is a private organisation provi…
 
On this latest episode I sat down with Andrew Wilkinson where we spoke about his career within the marketing & business space. From his early years at University and up to his title of CEO of Schools and Universities at Sodexo UK&I. Andrew has a vast knowledge of the business world and was gracious enough to share some insights with me. If you enjo…
 
#171 Understanding the context you work within So in this podcast, I just wanted to really briefly give my take on why it's so important we really understand and study the context that we work within. We are all the centre of our own universe and we all want people to do what we want them to do and sometimes we forget that we are working in a compl…
 
Welcome back to the Business of Healthcare Podcast – where I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Neil Baulita. Neil is a NHS Governor, Co-Chairman LGBTQ network and Sexual Well-Being Specialist at King’s College NHS Foundation Hospital. A Writer, Speaker, Human Rights Activist and Health Equity campaigner. We had a very open and honest conver…
 
BH169 – Demand, Capacity & Variation In this short solo episode, I am going to be talking about Demand, Capacity & Variation which was inspired from a session I attended recently. Sometimes that means saying no, sometimes that's investing, also thinking about when does it need to be a standard operating procedure? When do we need to just trust peop…
 
There's been too many accidents on set lately and not enough time spent filling out the accident book. Time to hire a new Head of Health and Safety before IEE gets sued! But which of our candidates knows the most about falling over? Why is the audio of a lower standard than normal? And what exactly is the deal with this week's podcast art? WARNING:…
 
BH168 Always Looking Forward with Matthew Cleevely from 10to8 In today's episode I had the pleasure of talking with Matthew Cleevely from 10to8 which is a company who specialise in appointment scheduling who work across multiple industries but do a lot of work within the NHS. We discuss who are 10to8 and what they deliver to their clients, their un…
 
#167 Finding the factors that support your success In this solo episode, I am going to be talking about finding the factors that support your success. So for those of you that are new to listening or regular listeners, I would class myself as a very practical and very logical person and the advice that people share on the podcast is also very pract…
 
EP 11- Sage Today's conversation with Sage (pronouns are they/them) is about Creating your own Sexual Boundaries, Celibacy & Exploring the Shadow Self *TRIGGER WARNING* on this Episode as part of Sage’s self reflections do contain some references to sexual boundaries/ lessons & a brief story where sage confronts a part of their being that didn’t wa…
 
In today's episode I had the pleasure of talking with Dr Lia Hunter, Lia has over 25 years experience in the pharmaceutical and bio-pharmaceutical industry and is the Founder & Managing Director of CGX Training and Clinnovate Ltd. Lia is a clinical research associate and lead and also works in project management. Lia and her team will make sure the…
 
#165 How to enhance your recruitment & retention In this solo episode, I am going to be talking with you and sharing with you, my experiences and lessons learned in recruiting and retention. I wanted to have a discussion around recruitment, and I believe that whether you find it easy to recruit, or you are finding recruitment challenging at the mom…
 
Blasting about through time and space on a non-branded phone box has proven too much for the latest actor to play Generic Infinitely Regenerating Time Traveller Character, so it's time to scour some CVs and find a new candidate. But which of our candidates knows enough about feminism and the timestream? Who knows their classic silent cinema? And wh…
 
Episode #5 hosts the fascinating and thought-provoking Robin Skidmore. Robin started out in the Digital Marketing scene and has grown multiple businesses within the same space. Now the Founder & CEO of performance marketing agency Journey Further, Robin dives deep into his success and allows us to learn from his experiences within the marketing and…
 
Today on the Business of Healthcare Podcast I speak to Elliott Engers who is the Co Founder and CEO at Infinity Health who are a task management platform for staff to share and coordinate care in real time, they are a startup and this idea, and this product has been 10 years in the making. Thank you so much Elliott for taking the time to record thi…
 
163 Why Consistency Is The Key To Your Success In this weeks episode I wanted to talk to you about the importance and the benefits of being consistent, and to raise the question with you around what areas of your business, work or services you could look at to create some more consistent habits and systems for people to follow? I think consistency …
 
162 - Clare Vale Let the results speak for themselves Today on the Business of Healthcare Podcast I speak to Clare Vale who is the Managing Director at Sign Solutions. Claire is an accountant by background and moved into the Managing Director role. She shares with us her journey and gave us a lesson and a behind the scenes of how to write successfu…
 
161 How to get out of your own way We all turn to trusted colleagues or friends for advice, but sometimes we want real advice, not just to be told how brilliant we are. When you find those colleagues it’s their advice that will push you to being a better leader and help you go in the right direction. Today I’m talking about how you don’t have to do…
 
Inform, Educate, Entertain is back for series two! The whole place has long been lacking any kind of coherent direction, and that's why this week's episode is all about the search for a new director. But which guest can do the best shouty ACTION voice? How will Emma Crossland top off her hit Shakespeare trilogy? And what is Jack Vincent even learni…
 
Ep 10 - Emma Jade It was an absolute joy to record this chat with Emma who has such an endearing energy & grounding presence which is inspiring in itself! We chat about Emma’s business & life venture called Arcadian Wildlife in which she shares ancestral skills such as weaving, fire starting, spoon carving, foraging, along with may other beautifull…
 
160 Don't hit the target but miss the point with Katherine Pitts Today on the Business of Healthcare Podcast I speak to Katherine Pitts who is the Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer at IC24. We explore Integrated Care and Katherine brings her expertise and experience to share with us today. This week on the Business of Healthcare: Katherine’…
 
#159 Why you should revisit your plans Making goals for your work and home life can help give you direction of where you want to go. I’ve always made 12 month goals, but recently I’ve been able to plan further ahead and see the vision of my business for the next 3 years. Today I’m sharing why it’s important to make goals, but also why it’s importan…
 
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