This podcast explores how using compassion and emotional intelligence can improve people’s work lives and creates competitive advantage for your business. I’ll be asking my guests how we can make the world of work a kinder, more engaging, and productive place to be. Tune in to learn compassion tips for yourself and your teams before your people start dropping out. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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My guest today is Marcel Binley, Marcel is the Managing Director of a family business with multiple activities including a fast-growing coffee roasting business. more
Today my Guest is Phil Farrington, Phil spent 22 years in The Royal Air Force before moving into civilian life to work as the Head of Food Safety for organisations including Harrods and Delaware North. more
My guest today is Wendy Spinks, Wendy is the Commercial Director for High Speed 1, who own and operate the UK’s first section of high-speed rail, as well as the stations along the route: including St Pancras International, that connects London to Par... more
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Working4Compassion launched 4 months ago and published 10 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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