Episode 33 Mastermind

Gareth Southgate OBE

“There is nothing to fear in failing, it’s probably the best learning experience you can have.”

As the manager of the England national football team, Gareth Southgate OBE is a true role model for the new era of leadership we’re all facing. As a down-to-earth character, we can all learn from his empathy, authenticity, and clear communication.

In this episode I set out to explore his career journey, and how the setbacks and successes have led him to where he is today. Listen to find out more about his leadership philosophy, the influential role of his parents, his view on mindset and what he did after THAT famous penalty moment in Euro 1996 against Germany.

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“Purpose becomes potent when it is translated from an emotional promise to a tangible set of behaviours.”

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Episode 34

Purpose and Performance

We hear the word ‘Purpose’ a lot, and its intangible nature makes it tricky to apply in a practical way throughout an organisation. Today I explore what you can do to identify your ‘why’ – and stay true to it for the long-term. Learn how to translate purpose into real-life...


54 min