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Best Sergeant podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Sergeant podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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This is a podcast for pure-of-heart storytellers and people fed up with corporate smoke and mirrors. Former BBC correspondent Mike Sergeant goes out in search of fascinating human beings and their stories. Each person featured is a communications expert in some way. But this podcast goes WAY beyond the usual PR and Comms world to seek out some deeper truths. Actors, novelists, illustrators, journalists, podcasters, CEOs, charity leaders and TED talkers. They all feature here. Each conversati ...
 
From a cabin back in the mountains of Tennessee, forty-eight miles from the railroad, a young man went to the World War. He was untutored in the ways of the world. Caught by the enemy in the cove of a hill in the Forest of Argonne, he did not run; but sank into the bushes and single-handed fought a battalion of German machine gunners until he made them come down that hill to him with their hands in air. There were one hundred and thirty-two of them left, and he marched them, prisoners, into ...
 
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Francesco Lombardo is a much-sought after international speaker and trusted advisor who has coached some of the world’s most successful and affluent families for over twenty years. Through his extensive work with families, Lombardo has identified a universal connection between people’s relationship to money (Money Motto) and the impact this has on …
 
Inbound PR refers to a new way of thinking about modern Public Relations. Inbound PR combines the best of two worlds - PR's core strength in content and writing and inbound marketing's ability to plan with numbers in mind and measure throughout the way. With the Inbound PR concept, PR people continue to focus on what they are great at (content) but…
 
In this episode, Mike talks to Shimon Cohen - Founder and Chairman of The PR Office. Shimon is a rarity in the PR world: someone who actually seems proud to be doing PR! While most agencies seem to be busy trying to reinvent themselves as 'digital influencers' or 'content strategists' or 'insight specialists' or 'strategic consultants', Shimon prov…
 
Global charities and NGOs haven't escaped reputational scrutiny in recent years. As global communications director for Save the Children International, Kirsten Walkom is steering a new approach to storytelling and communications. The sector remains heavily reliant on powerful case studies and a sense of 'doing good'. But new levels of transparency …
 
Annastiina Hintsa – the Chief Operating Officer of Hintsa Performance and the daughter of the company’s founder Dr Aki Hintsa – talks about the history of the Hintsa approach to wellbeing. From Ethiopia to the top of Formula 1 motorsport and into the boardrooms of the world, Stiina's mission is to help us optimise rather than maximise performance. …
 
Tony co-founded Lansons in 1989 and has advised Governments, organisations and companies on their image and reputation for over 30 years. He has an active non executive career and has been named by Debrett’s as one of the 500 most influential people in the UK. Tony is Chief Executive and retains an active consultancy role across a range of Lansons …
 
Farzana Baduel is the founder and CEO of Curzon PR. As a passionate advocate of strategic communications, she champions the power of PR as a dynamic force for building bridges and unifying the world’s voices into a global narrative. She set up Curzon PR in 2009, having previously served as Vice Chair of Business Relations for the UK Conservative Pa…
 
Mike talks PR, leadership and stories with one of the world's foremost experts: Kevin Murray - executive coach, communications adviser, author, and speaker. Kevin's mission to make leaders more inspiring and authentic communicators. He does this through coaching, and training, and by writing books that can help leaders everywhere. Kevin is the auth…
 
In this episode we dive into the world of photography with Mike's old friend and colleague Chris Booth. Mike and Chris worked together on the intake desk at APTV back in 1997 and later found themselves in Baghdad with the BBC at the peak of the post-conflict violence. After leaving the BBC and during a spell at the European Bank for Reconstruction …
 
For over 20 years, Lisa has coached actors (many have starred in leading roles in Hollywood films, West End productions and highly rated TV dramas), politicians, executives and public speakers. She runs RADA's “Executive Presence for Women” training. In this episode she tells Mike about ways to Increase personal impact, craft powerful stories and p…
 
Mike talks stories with the author of 'The Charmed Life of Alex Moore" - the wonderful Molly Flatt. It's her debut novel and, without giving too much away, is unexpected and challenging and has some rather deep things to say about character and story. Molly started out in drama school before becoming a digital 'word of mouth' marketing expert. Then…
 
In this episode Mike gets some much-needed fashion advice from Lizzie Edwards - style consultant to senior business leaders. Lizzie's first book, 'Look Like The Leader You Are; A Seven Step Style Strategy For Ambitious Women', is published this month - June 2018. Mike and Lizzie discuss clothes, image and appearance in a fun episode. Important stuf…
 
In this episode Mike talks to Lucina Bruce-Gardyne - founder of Genius Foods. Lucinda started Genius after failing to find quality gluten-free bread for he gluten intolerant son. In this episode, Mike and Lucinda explore the nature of entrepreneurship. How Lucinda came up with the idea, and the core belief that she needed to turn Genius into a £30m…
 
This time we're turning the tables on Paul Blanchard, host of the wildly popular Media Masters podcast. In his time, Paul has interviewed everyone who's anyone in global media. He's also a 'PR consigliere' to global CEOs and business leaders. This episode is a treat! We range freely across communications, podcasting and life - from that rare creatu…
 
Mike discusses business, entrepreneurship and communications with Hazel Moore, the chairman of FirstCapital - an international investment bank headquartered in London with offices in Silicon Valley. In this episode we talk about communication from a financial perspective, learn some life lessons from a top business leader, and ask how the financial…
 
This is a real navel gazer! A podcast episode about podcasting. My guest this week is Richard Miron - the founder and owner of Earshot Strategies - a podcast strategy and production business. Richard spent 17 years at the BBC as a radio producer and foreign correspondent and then 10 years at the UN & World Bank as a senior communications official. …
 
In this episode, Mike talks video and storytelling with former Sky News colleague and presenter Chris Roberts. Chris spent more than 20 years on the frontline of international television news, first with ITN and then Sky as a senior reporter and presenter. He covered major news stories across the globe including the fall of the Berlin Wall, conflic…
 
In this episode, Mike talks to Richard Skinner - Director of the Fiction programme at the Faber Academy and a tutor on its celebrated 6-month 'writing a novel' course. He's published a number of novels and volumes of poetry. He talks to Mike about the elements of storytelling, character and plot. A rich and wide-ranging conversation, with much to s…
 
Mike talks visual storytelling with the wonderful Marcia Williams. She's the writer and illustrator of around 60 delightful children's books on subjects like the Greek Myths, the Romans, the Canterbury Tales and war stories. In this episode, we discuss the craft of visual storytelling. What comes first: the words or the pictures? And what might the…
 
Robin Kermode is an actor, presenter, keynote speaker and one of Europe's leading communication coaches - working with politicians, CEOs and media personalities. He is also a respected media commentator on all aspects of public speaking and communication. In this episode, he tells Mike the secrets of good speeches, how CEOs prepare and why it's so …
 
Mike talks numbers with Britain's favourite mathematician - Marcus du Sautoy. He's the star of the TED stage, numerous TV shows and also professor for the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University. In this episode Marcus talks to Mike about how to communicate with numbers, what makes some numbers special and what business and politics ca…
 
Mike and Mark take a stroll through Soho - discussing stand-up comedy, communication and public speaking. Mark Dolan is a TV star (Balls of Steel, The Last Word, The Jump), Radio and TV news commentator (appearing regularly on LBC and Sky News) and stand-up comedian (in action in London's top venues). He reveals the stand-up's secrets and how anyon…
 
In this episode, Mike catches up with friend and former colleague, Neil Hedges, who has been a senior public relations consultant for more than 30 years. Now he's Chairman of Headland - the successful and fast-growing financial and corporate agency. Before Headland, Neil was the CEO and Chairman of Fishburn Hedges, the agency he co-founded in 1990,…
 
In this episode, Mike catches up with Zoe Thorogood - director in the London office of APCO, one of the world's biggest strategic communications consultancies. Zoe has been a special adviser and press advisor to David Cameron. Now she's heading back to the rough and tumble of Westminster as chief of staff in Conservative HQ. Here she reflects on th…
 
In this episode, Mike catches up with Jeremy Bowen, the BBC's Middle East Editor. Jeremy is one of the most experienced and respected news broadcasters in the world. Here, he tells Mike what the ingredients are of a great story, how to balance analysis with human storytelling, the dangers of war reporting and what business leaders and politicians c…
 
In this episode, we get under the skin of 'reputation' with Rupert Younger, co-founder of Finsbury (one of the world's most successful communications agencies) and founder director of Oxford University's Centre for Corporate Reputation. He reveals the 3 drivers of reputation, explains why it's never a singular concept and why it's possible to 'infl…
 
In this episode Mike Sergeant interviews Guto Harri - former BBC correspondent and communications director. After leaving the BBC, Guto led a brilliant reputational turnaround at News UK after the phone hacking scandal. Then he took another big job at Liberty Global. Here he talks to Mike about storytelling and how to cut through in business.…
 
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