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The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business

By The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business Institute
We believe in a New 'P&L' for business: one focused as much on Principles & Leadership as Profit & Loss, because we know that if your principles are right and aligned with your purpose, and your leadership has clarity of vision and is strong and empathetic, then your business will be in profit and not in loss in many ways. Each week we interview entrepreneurs and business people to understand their views on the importance of Principles and Leadership, and how to work together to build more productive, collaborative, creative and ultimately successful businesses. www.principlesandleadership.com
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The New P&L Deep Discussions Roundtable explores the Impact of Culture on Commercial Success
In 2020, global brand consulting and design agency, Landor & Fitch conducted a series of interviews with senior executives from some of the world’s most exciting and fastest-growing ‘Unicorn’ companies to understand the critical and powerful role culture plays in their businesses. The findings were outlined in Landor & Fitch’s ‘Culture is Brand, Brand is Culture: How Unicorns achieved success’ Report. In this special The New P&L Deep Discussions Roundtable we bring together the two authors of the Report as well as two of the Unicorn brands themselves to discuss the role culture continues to play in their commercial success. Link to the full Landor & Fitch Report: https://atticus.wpp.com/api/wppawardsite/file/57e18eac-6054-4487-8724-98c440ee8daf
01:01:27
February 24, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on the challenges with tech accelerators, health & happiness, & ‘doing what’s right, not what’s easy’
Welcome to The New P&L TO THE POINT - a weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes, we break down the key elements of our weekly The New P&L conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and tips on how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. Today's The New P&L TO THE POINT analyses The New P&L conversation with the inspirational Bayo Adelaja, founder and CEO of Do It Now Now. We start by discussing the role Do It Now Now plays at the intersection of entrepreneurship, leadership, and social action; looking at how Bayo and her team are helping young black entrepreneurs increase their health and happiness and what this means in practical terms. We then consider the challenges many entrepreneurs have with access to, and support from, the innovation accelerators and incubators whose frameworks are too tightly designed to embrace a diverse range of entrepreneurs. Finally, we consider the customer-first focus that underpins everything that Do It Now Now delivers and the initiatives it offers, a focus that is based on ‘doing what is right, not what is operationally easy.’ To subscribe to The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest podcasts, workshops, and resources. go to: www.principlesandleadership.com To learn more about what Bayo and her team do go to: www.doitnownow.com
09:31
February 19, 2021
The New P&L speaks to Bayo Adelaja, CEO of Do It Now Now
On this week’s episode of The New P&L, we speak to Bayo Adelaja, CEO of Do It Now Now - an open innovation organisation committed to bringing social empowerment to Black communities and entrepreneurs across the globe. Bayo Adelaja founded Do it Now Now in 2016 in response to gaps in the support available to Black innovators building tech companies and social enterprises in the UK and across Africa. The initiatives Bayo developed for Do it Now Now have led to awards from both Harvard University and Oxford University's Business Schools for her work to create and foster opportunities for under-served communities through technology. Three of the initiatives Bayo has designed to support underrepresented people in tech, have also been named "Top in Europe" by FT-backed digital news platform, Sifted. In 2018, Bayo was named one of the ‘Most Influential Women in Social Entrepreneurship’ in the UK by NatWest Bank, and she has designed the UK’s first-ever enterprise support program for women of colour, the BAME Female Founders Incubator for Hatch Enterprise. Over the last six years, Bayo has worked with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Google and many other international organisations and global brands, offering her wealth of experience and knowledge on open innovation, mentoring, educating business on diversity and inclusion, and delivering crucial social impact programs. Today we discuss with Bayo her own entrepreneurial journey and what led to her establishing Do It Now Now; the challenges faced by entrepreneurs and tech innovators from underrepresented communities in terms of access to support, funding and investment; the importance of building innovation accelerators and incubators that are fit for purpose for all entrepreneurs; the definition of Open Innovation and why it is fundamental to Do It Now Now’s operational model; as well as inspirational examples of some of the young Black entrepreneurs Bayo is working with in The UK and Africa who are playing their part in building a better world. You can learn more about Do It Now Now and the range of initiatives it offers to support entrepreneurs and technology innovators by going to: www.doitnownow.com
50:41
February 17, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Perspective, Value and Mastermind Groups
Welcome to a special edition of The New P&L TO THE POINT - a weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes, we break down the key elements of our weekly The New P&L conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and tips on how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. Today's The New P&L TO THE POINT analyses The New P&L conversation with John Lee Dumas, host of the phenomenally successful Entrepreneurs On Fire podcast series. We start by breaking down the quote attributed to Albert Einstein “Try not to become a person of success, but rather a person of value” and what it means in a business context – how you add value each step of the way in business to ensure you are ‘offering the best solution to a real problem’; we consider the powerful role perspective plays in business decision-making and the need to be self-aware enough to recognise how you can use your perspective to your advantage; and the crucial role Mastermind Groups play in the personal and professional development of entrepreneurs and all business people. To subscribe to The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest podcasts, workshops, and resources. go to: www.principlesandleadership.com To pre pre-order John Lee Dumas’s ‘The Common Path to Uncommon Success’ (released 23rd March 2021) go to: www.uncommonsuccessbook.com To listen to the Entrepreneurs on Fire podcast go to: https://www.eofire.com
13:45
February 16, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Rebranding Creativity & the Power of Mentoring
Welcome to this week's The New P&L TO THE POINT - a weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our weekly The New P&L conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and tips on how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. Today's The New P&L TO THE POINT analyses this week's The New P&L conversation with Heide Cohu, former Global Director of Creative & Brand Communications for Bacardi and former global communications lead for Red Bull's Stratos project, now founder of the influential UK-based brand experience agency, The Studio of Art & Commerce. In this episode, we break down and analyse two of the key themes to come out of the conversation with Heide. We start by discussing the critical role creative thinking will play more broadly in business as we all slowly exit the pandemic over 2021; reflecting on the belief that if creativity wasn’t important for some businesses before, it certainly will be now and how leaders who don’t actively and comprehensively apply creativity and creative thinking right across their businesses will be those most likely to not survive the coming year. We go on to consider whether the concept of creative thinking and creativity actually needs a rebrand when it comes to their application in business - changing the perspectives around what they constitute and how they benefit business.   We then discuss the critical role mentoring should and does play in business and how in this regard, we need to firmly act in the way we believe change should happen. Not just agitate, not just talk, make grand statements about inclusivity for example, but take action: help, mentor, engage, meet, talk, encourage.  There is an incredible amount of talent that just needs even a glint of light, of hope to allow it to break out and flourish. If you enjoyed today's The New P&L TO THE POINT episode, take a moment to listen to this week's full The New P&L interview with Heide Cohu - Episode 78. You can learn more about Heide and her team by going to: www.studioartcommerce.com To register your interest and receive a 50% off voucher code for our ‘The New P&L: The First 50 – Learning from Leaders’ book, to be published in May 2021, go to: https://bit.ly/3b0zYXN To register your interest in and receive a 25% off voucher code for our ‘Creative Thinking for Leaders’ Workshop, launching in April 2021, go to: https://bit.ly/3qfjlhH To register your interest in and receive a 25% off voucher code for our ‘Principles, Purpose & Profit’ Workshop, launching in April 2021, go to: https://bit.ly/3af6CWs
10:20
February 12, 2021
The New P&L speaks to John Lee Dumas, Host of the 'Entrepreneurs on Fire' podcast series
Today, in special second episode of The New P&L this week, we speak to the podcast powerhouse that is John Lee Dumas, host of the phenomenally successful Entrepreneurs On Fire podcast series. Launched in 2012, Entrepreneurs on Fire has grown to set the standard as the authority for podcasts on entrepreneurship and business. And, this is reflected in its listenership, with an incredible 1.4 million monthly listeners and a total of over 100 million episode downloads in the last nine years. Our discussion with John includes:  - A deep dive into some of the 17 Principles that underpin his new book, ‘The Common Path to Uncommon Success’ - How his time serving on active duty in the Iraq war shaped his perspectives on life and business - Why becoming 'the best solution to a real problem' is the real key to entrepreneurial success  - The ever-changing definitions of what constitutes value - Why its important to ‘keep niching till it hurts’ in business - The critical but often under-rated role personal development plays in an entrepreneur's success - The powerful business and personal benefits that come from forming or joining Master Mind Clubs To pre pre-order ‘The Common Path to Uncommon Success’ (released 23rd March 2021) go to: www.uncommonsuccessbook.com   To listen to the brilliant Entrepreneurs on Fire podcast and tap into the rich selection of resources John and his team offer entrepreneurs, business owners and business leaders go to: https://www.eofire.com To subscribe to The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest podcasts, news, workshops, courses and resources go to: www.principlesandleadership.com
42:05
February 11, 2021
The New P&L speaks to Heide Cohu, founder of influential London marketing & brand experience agency, Studio of Art & Commerce
Creativity and creative thinking have long been undervalued and under-utilised assets for businesspeople and leaders, even though in recent years they have consistently featured near the top of numerous lists of the most valued attributes desired by business leaders.  This is often because there is a wide gulf between the expressed need of leaders for creativity/creative thinking in their organisations and their active adoption of an approach that would see creativity weaved into the core of an organisation’s thinking and operational delivery. On this week’s episode, we speak with Heide Cohu, founder of the influential London marketing & brand experience agency, Studio of Art & Commerce. Heide has delivered some of the most eye-catching platforms for brands in recent years, including winning a BAFTA for best short film for Bacardi - a first for a brand-created film, leading the global communications and media output for Red Bull’s Stratos project - the most watched live stream event in history, as well as producing an Emmy-winning Documentary with the BBC & National Geographic. We discuss with Heide why now is the time for leaders and senior management teams to be more creative and courageous in their thinking and actions than ever before; the paradox of transparency and data in a brand's relationship with its customers; the perennial challenge that marketing and advertising industries have with opening themselves up to becoming much more inclusive and what this means for creativity; and what the future holds for the relationship between brand and consumer in a world driven by technology but increasingly embraced by a desire to understand more deeply ‘what it means to be human’. You can learn more about Heide and her team by going to: www.studioartcommerce.com
47:15
February 10, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Maximising the Moment and the 'Rule of Thirds'
Welcome to this week's The New P&L TO THE POINT - a weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our weekly The New P&L conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and tips on how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. Today's episode of The New P&L TO THE POINT analyses this week's The New P&L conversation with Jesse Todisco - serial entrepreneur, host of The Jesse Tee Show & founder of 46&2 Wealth Partners. We consider the value the 'Rule of Thirds' can bring to both your business and your life; the power you can gain by embracing and enjoying the whole entrepreneurial journey not just the end result; the need to constantly practice active learning in business to keep evolving and the importance of the Stoic phrase ‘Memento Mori’ - ‘remember you must die’ and its role as a salient reminder to all of us of the fragility of our existence: so, while we cannot control life, we can control the lives we lead and make a conscious decision to maximise each moment of those lives.  If you enjoyed today's The New P&L TO THE POINT episode, take a moment to listen to this week's full The New P&L interview with Jess Todisco - Episode 76. Learn more about Jesse at: www.46and2WealthPartners.com Watch The Jesse Tee Show on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3aouINu To join our community and keep up to date with all The New P&L’s latest initiatives and news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe.
11:31
February 5, 2021
The New P&L speaks to Jesse Todisco - serial entrepreneur, host of The Jesse Tee Show & founder of 46&2 Wealth Partners
Principles, people and a positive mindset sit at the heart of most entrepreneurial journeys. This week we speak to serial entrepreneur, founder of 46&2Wealth Partners and host of The Jesse Tee Show, Jesse Todisco.  We discuss with Jesse the importance of mentorship in business; as well as how to decide who you want to align with to ensure you have the right mix of those who support and encourage you and those who challenge you to think with more depth and perspective about what you are doing, why you are doing it and who you are doing it for. We also discuss the impact of the personal tragedies Jesse has experienced and how these have dramatically transformed his perspectives on life and business, leading to his belief in the Stoic phrase, 'Memento Mori  - remember you must die' - a phrase that now frames the value he places on his time and his life.  Learn more about Jesse at: www.46and2WealthPartners.com Watch The Jesse Tee Show on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3aouINu  Subscribe to The New P&L at: www.principlesandleadership.com 
43:49
February 3, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Listening with Empathy & Building a Winning Mindset in Business
Welcome to this week's The New P&L TO THE POINT- a weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our weekly The New P&L conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and tips on how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. In today's episode of The New P&L TO THE POINT analyses this week's The New P&L conversation with Phil Andrews, CEO of USA Weightlifting. We consider the subtleties required when attempting to positively change the culture of a business or organisation, including the need to start by listening with intent and with empathy; the importance of ensuring you don’t strip out the best element of an incumbent culture in your ardent desire for change, those components that are positively holding that culture together; the multiple benefits of building a winning mindset; that leaders need to remember ‘they lead humans not robots’, and the power of margin gains when it is adapted and applied to the needs of the individual. If you enjoyed this The New P&L TO THE POINT episode, take a moment to listen to this week's full The New P&L interview with Phil Andrews - Episode 74. To learn more about USA Weightlifting go to: www.https://www.teamusa.org/usa-weightlifting/ To learn more about Phil Andrews go to: https://www.philandrewsofficial.com To join our community and keep up to date with all The New P&L’s latest initiatives and news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe.
08:35
January 29, 2021
The New P&L speaks to USA Weightlifting CEO, Phil Andrews
Changing an organisation’s culture takes time, commitment and most of all, nuanced understanding.  Leaders that come into businesses and organisations and take a wrecking ball to the culture, however underperforming it might be, so often inadvertently strip away the good things that still exist and are fighting to breathe within that culture. In doing this, these new leaders risk alienating the very people and processes they need to build the foundations of a new, stronger culture for the future. This week, we speak to Phil Andrews, the dynamic young CEO of USA Weightlifting. Phil’s leadership philosophy is built around listening with empathy and understanding first - before taking action; and it is this philosophy that he applied with vigour when he started his tenure at USA Weightlifting. We discuss with Phil the role of empathy in leadership and its impact on relationships, productivity, and culture; how to change a business’s strategy to recreate winning mindset; the benefits of the theory of ‘margins gains’ when you put individual needs at the centre of it; and how the magic happens in business when you ‘treat people as humans not robots’. To learn more about USA Weightlifting go to: www.https://www.teamusa.org/usa-weightlifting/ To learn more about Phil Andrews go to: https://www.philandrewsofficial.com To subscribe to The New P&L Plus newsletter go to: www.principlesandleadership.com 
46:21
January 27, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Advocacy, Trust and Being a Business for Good
Welcome to this week's The New P&L TO THE POINT- a weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our weekly The New P&L conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and tips on how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. This episode of The New P&L TO THE POINT analyses this week's The New P&L conversation with Business strategist, Board Executive, Philanthropist, and environmental advocate, Vipe Desai. We consider how individuals can mentally and emotionally reconcile the size of the environmental challenges we currently face with the limited impact each one of us as an individual can have, and how the lessons learned from this can also be applied to the multiple challenges we face in business; the importance of creating a clear vision for a buisness - one that is built on the firm foundations of collaboration and collective belief; the need to deeply focus on the tone and the nature of the words and messaging you use as a leader; the fundamental role trust plays in business, including how to earn it and how to keep it; and how being a business for good can also be very good for the bottom line when done well and with authenticity. If you enjoyed this The New P&L TO THE POINT episode, take a moment to listen to this week's full The New P&L interview with Vipe Desai – episode 72. To keep up to date with all of The New P&L’s latest initiatives and news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe to our newsletter.
10:22
January 22, 2021
The New P&L speaks to Vipe Desai, respected Business Strategist, Board Director & Philanthropist
What connects one of the US's most successful surf and snow festivals, Red Bull's launch in the US; an international non-profit organisation that uses skateboarding and education to empower children and a number of environmental and ocean protection agencies?   The answer is the inexhaustible force that is Mr Vipe Desai.   Right from his early days as a surfshop retailer to his launching of the H2O Winter Classic event and Red Bull in the US; to his role as board director and master business strategist to multiple companies and his social and environmental advocacy with Skateistan, the Business Alliance for Protecting the Pacific Coast, Vote The Ocean, and the Ocean Institute - Vipe has always been at the cutting edge of business strategy, innovation and creativity, and environmental advocacy.  This week, in a wide ranging conversation, we discuss with Vipe how we reconcile the size of the environmental challenges we have with the impact a single company can make on them; the importance of trust in the collaborative process as government, citizens and companies come together to address environmental issues; overuse of the term 'disruptive' in the buisness discourse and what actually defines it, and what the future looks like for retail in a post-Covid world.  Check out the following organisations Vipe is involved with:  www.vipedesai.com  Business Alliance for Protecting the Pacific Coast https://defendthepacific.org/ Skateistan: https://skateistan.org/ The Ocean Institute: https://oceaninstitute.org/ Vote the Ocean: https://votetheocean.org/ 
51:01
January 20, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Asking the Right Questions in Business
Welcome to this week's The New P&L TO THE POINT. The New P&L TO THE POINT is a weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our weekly The New P&L conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. Today, The New P&L TO THE POINT analyses this week's The New P&L conversation with Mark Victor Hansen, Co-Author of the highly acclaimed Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and Crystal Dwyer Hansen, Author, Speaker, Life Coach and Wellness Expert, where we took a deep dive into the thinking, the philosophy, and the key components of their latest book, ASK! The Bridge from your Dreams to your Destiny’. Today in The New P&L TO THE POINT, we discuss the statement ‘You don’t get what you deserve you get what you ask for ’and how it relates to business; knowing how to ask, when to ask, what to ask, who to ask and why you are asking a question; understanding how the framing of a question affects the answer and consequently, your future; the building of bonds and relationships through effective questioning, enquiry and listening; and the critical importance of curiosity, respect and empowerment in the asking process. If you'd like to purchase a copy or two of ASK! The Bridge from Your Dreams to Your Destiny, please go to: https://www.principlesandleadership.com/bookshop Join Mark & Crystal’s ASK! Book Club at: www.askthebookclub.com Down Free eBook Gift:  How to Be Up in Down Times at www.markvictorhansen.com Download Free Audio Gift: Purge Messy Thinking-Creating Pure Thoughts for Pure Results at www.crystalvisionlife.com
08:34
January 15, 2021
The New P&L speaks to to Mark Victor Hansen - Co-Author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and Crystal Dwyer Hansen - Author, Speaker, Life Coach and Wellness Expert
This week on The New P&L® we speak to Mark Victor Hansen, Co-Author of the highly acclaimed Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and Crystal Dwyer Hansen, Author, Speaker, Life Coach and Wellness Expert. In this episode, we take a deep dive into the thinking, the philosophy and the key components of their latest book, ASK! The Bridge from your Dreams to your Destiny’.   We also discuss with Mark and Crystal the challenges leaders have in embracing genuine self-awareness and allowing themselves to show vulnerability; how context frames the questions we ask and in turn shapes our future; and the importance of curiosity and respect in our discussions with others.  If you'd like to purchase a copy or two of ASK! The Bridge from Your Dreams to Your Destiny, please go to: https://www.principlesandleadership.com/bookshop Join Mark & Crystal’s ASK! Book Club at: www.askthebookclub.com Down Free eBook Gift:  How to Be Up in Down Times at www.markvictorhansen.com Download Free Audio Gift: Purge Messy Thinking-Creating Pure Thoughts for Pure Results at www.crystalvisionlife.com Social channels: Crystal Dwyer Hansen Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/crystaldwyerhansen/ Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/crystaldwyerhansen/ Twitter  https://twitter.com/CrystalVision YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC91WJR4T23sp7MFB5Ws1_lg?view_as=subscriber LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/crystaldwyer/ Mark Victor Hansen Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarkVictorHansenFanPage Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/markvictorhansen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarkVHansen LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markvhansen/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1WRGxfPQ5JMQL-NDa_jO8Q
01:01:07
January 13, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on the Power of Partnerships and Purpose
Welcome to our first The New P&L TO THE POINT FOR 2021!  The New P&L TO THE POINT is a weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our weekly The New P&L conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses.   Today, The New P&L TO THE POINT analyses this week's The New P&L conversation with Hannah Pudner, deputy CEO of international development agency, United Purpose. This episode looks at the power of partnership and purpose and how businesses can reframe the definition of partnership to strengthen the relationship between businesses and their customers. We consider the the importance of purpose in business as a positive binding force and a rallying point for the greater engagement of employees. We also ask what kind of world we want as business people and what we prepared to do to ensure we create a better society and environment for business; as well as considering the real power business leaders have to change the world around them. If you enjoyed this episode, take a moment to listen to this week's full The New P&L interview with Hannah Pudner - episode 68.  www.principlesandleadership.com
10:37
January 8, 2021
The New P&L speaks to international development agency, United Purpose's Deputy CEO, Hannah Pudner
There is often a fundamental misconception about nature of the relationship between corporates and their partners in the international development and charity sectors. The misconception is based on the belief that it is largely one way – businesses offering money, resources and expertise and those in the international development and charity sectors simply being the recipients of these. However, the reality is far more nuanced and reciprocal than that. These sectors have a huge amount to teach the corporate world about personal and community empowerment, aligning diverse groups of people around a common sense of purpose or cause, as well as how to effectively manage limited budgets to ensure there is a maximum return for both those you are investing in and those you have invested on behalf of. Over the next few years, as a result of the economic challenges placed on businesses by the pandemic, all of these fundamental characteristics will need to be embraced by businesses too if they are to weather the storm and engage and empower their employees in the process. This week, we speak to deputy CEO of United Purpose, Hannah Pudner.  Based in Wales, UK, United Purpose is global leader in community-led development and grassroots innovation. For more than 40 years, it has worked with frontline activists, community organisations and individuals to help people across the globe gain agency over their own lives - so they can move ‘Beyond Aid’. We explore with Hannah the subtleties of the modern relationship between corporates and the charity sector; what moving ‘beyond aid’ actually delivers; the need to understand that ‘not-for-profit’ does not mean ’not-for-loss’; and how the pandemic offers an opportunity to fundamentally and positively change the relationship between donor and recipient at all levels. To learn more about what Hannah and her team at United Purpose do, please go to: www.united-purpose.org/
47:13
January 6, 2021
The New P&L speaks to serial entrepreneur and host of The Ten Minute Entrepreneur, Sean Castrina
This week, The New P&L speaks to serial entrepreneur,  host of The 10 Minute Entrepreneur podcast, and best-selling author of 8 Unbreakable Rules for Business Startup Success, The Greatest Entrepreneur in the World, and World’s Greatest Business Plan, Sean Castrina.  Sean has launched a new business each year for the last 20 years, so in this episode we took the opportunity to discuss with Sean his thoughts on what successful entrepreneurship looks like.  We discussed with Sean the common sets of characteristics successful entrepreneurs share; how to harness 'employee intrapreneurship' within a business; understanding risk as an entrepreneur; the fundamental differences between the dreaming up of a new idea; and the delivery of it and how companies can keep the passion and innovation going after the founder steps back or leaves.  To secure a free copy of Sean's book - 8 Unbreakable Rules for Business Startup Success and learn more about what Sean does, please go to: www.seancastrina.com
43:27
December 30, 2020
The New P&L TO THE POINT: on Values, Habits and Balance in Business
The New P&L TO THE POINT is a new weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our The New P&L weekly conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses.  As it's Christmas this week, we've published our weekly episode a little early!  Today, The New P&L TO THE POINT analyses this week's The New P&L conversation with Jen Du Plessis, America’s Mortgage Mastery Mentor.  We look at the habitual nature of success and the systems needed to breathe successful thinking into our daily thought processes; the importance of defining and living your values in life and in business; driving decision-making based on facts; and the importance of recognising the difference between principles/strategy and tactics - the need to keep heading in the right direction in business but being flexible enough to change the road to get there when required. www.principlesandleadership.com
10:34
December 22, 2020
The New P&L speaks to America’s Mortgage Mastery Mentor and best selling Author, Jen Du Plessis
This week, we speak with Jen Du Plessis.  Jen is known as America’s Mortgage Mastery Mentor – a title hard earned over a stellar 37-year career she was consistently listed in the top 1 percent high performer in the US mortgage industry. Jen is also host of two hugely successful podcasts, Mortgage Lending Mastery and Success to Significance – Life After Breaking through Glass Ceiling, and best-selling author of LAUNCH - How to Take Your Business to New Heights. A regular commentator on some of the US most recognised news channels, newspapers and industry journals, Jen is also internationally known as a charismatic keynote speaker. Jen's back story is a fascinating one.  From very humble beginnings, Jen was adamant she would not let her past determine her future, rose to the very top of her field in a highly competitive and demanding industry, and then went on become a hugely successful speaker, author, and podcast host. Her passion, drive and determination are clear. What surprised us was that despite all this success, Jen's road has also been one of constantly fighting against imposter syndrome, self-doubt and the need to prove herself. A very inspirational 40 minutes of wisdom for entrepreneurs and business people. To learn more about Jen, her methodology for business success and listen to her podcasts, please go to https://www.jenduplessis.com/
48:54
December 21, 2020
The New P&L TO THE POINT on The Passion, The Possibilities and Back to the Basics of Happiness
The New P&L TO THE POINT is a new weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our The New P&L weekly conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. Today, The New P&L TO THE POINT analyses this week's The New P&L conversation with self-described 'female Jerry Maguire, Sue Izzo.    The New P&L TO THE POINT discusses the importance and value of strong personal relationships as a key competitive advantage;  the dangerous, slippery slope that exists for everyone in business – employees, leaders, business owners and entrepreneurs when we – either willfully or subconsciously – let our self-worth be defined solely or largely by the outcomes of the business; whether the pandemic has given many of us the time to take a moment to consider the smaller, but often infinitely more important things in life; and why asking for help is so critical to getting to the top of your profession.  www.principlesandleadership.com
09:41
December 18, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Sue Izzo, self-described Female Jerry Maguire & Brand Strategist
The path of entrepreneurship is rarely a smooth one.  The perceptions so commonly held about the excitement of the entrepreneurial life belie a more pragmatic reality for many - days and days of hard, hard work, hopefully punctuated by pockets of success.  As entrepreneurs, we need to ensure that in the drive to achieve, to win in business and become the successful entrepreneur - the narrative portrayed in the media and a multitude of business - we don't just define ourselves and critically, our self-worth, solely  by professional success.  Why? Because on those days, weeks or months that we may not win, what does that narrow self-definition then deliver to us in return?  It paradoxically works against us, telling us we are worth less as individuals, because of a temporary professional bump or failure - the antithesis to what we need in our character to push on as entrepreneurs.  This week, The New P&L speaks to former self-described female Jerry Maguire and hugely successful entrepreneur, Sue Izzo. Sue founded her own sports management agency at 25 and built it into one of the most successful boutique sports management agencies in the US, managing a host of global sports stars and world champions.  After the business was acquired, Sue went on to establish herself as a brand strategist and consultant, working with entrepreneurs and companies across the world to refine their brand and amplify their story.  But, all that incredible success doesn't tell the full story.  So, we discuss with Sue the reality behind the challenges of building an entrepreneurial business; her highs and the lows; the risks of defining yourself just by your professional successes; how you balance determination, drive and the need to allow yourself to breathe in the process; and the importance of building relationships not just resources in business.  To learn more about Sue, go to: www.sueizzo.com 
40:21
December 16, 2020
The New P&L TO THE POINT: 10 minutes on Corporate Innovation, Imagination and 'Intrapreneurship'
The New P&L TO THE POINT is a new weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our The New P&L weekly conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses.  Today, The New P&L TO THE POINT analyses this week's The New P&L conversation with innovation powerhouse, Tendayi Viki.  The New P&L TO THE POINT considers the definitions of innovation and how they affect the success of it within a business; why innovation should be focused on value creation not product development; the challenges when there is no bridge between the free thinking corporate innovation lab and the business that it is doing the free thinking on behalf of; and why leaders should consider their companies as a 'portfolio' and what that means for how they align innovation, intrapreneurship and collaboration across the business.  www.principlesandleadership.com
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December 11, 2020
The New P&L speaks to innovation expert and Associate Partner at Strategyzer, Tendayi Viki
A focused and passionate commitment to innovation has to be one of the prevailing themes that drives all businesses. If you fail to continually focus on genuine innovation  – in your creative thinking, in your people, your processes, your products; over time in the inevitable will come to pass – declining revenues, irrelevant products, disillusioned employees and leaders, frustrated shareholders.  It’s ironic then that something that is so critical to business is also so misinterpreted, misunderstood and so often misaligned with the businesses it is there to serve. This week, The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to the innovation powerhouse that is Tendayi Viki. Author of ‘Pirates in the Navy’ and Associate Partner at Strategyzer, Tendayi has helped some of the biggest and most successful global brands to reinvigorate and realign the principles that define their corporate innovation. We discuss with Tendayi how to address the issue that many corporate innovation labs are not fit for purpose when it comes to the demands placed upon them; how you can determine a company’s true commitment to innovation by the reporting structure that exists between the Lab and the CEO; and how unspoken expectations and assumptions within senior management about both the role and the output of a corporate innovation lab can set it up for failure before it has even begun. www.strategyzer.com 
46:05
December 9, 2020
The New P&L TO THE POINT: 10 minutes on Culture, Creativity & Competitive Advantage
The New P&L TO THE POINT is a new weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our The New P&L weekly conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. This week, The New P&L's host, Paul, and guest host of this week's The New P&L Culture, Creativity & Competitive Advantage roundtable, Leonie Annor-Owiredu, discuss some of the key points to come out what was an outstanding roundtable panel discussion.  Leonie and Paul discuss how brands can use culture to bridge the gap between themselves and consumers to create a more holistic exchange; the reasons strategy today can not be a 'one size fits all' approach; the importance of 'signals' when thinking about culture, strategy and interactive collaboration; the challenges of the current agency model when it comes to fostering a more inclusive range of voices and views; and what the future looks like in a world where consumers play more of a leading role in a brand's product innovation.  www.principlesandleadership.com 
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December 4, 2020
The New P&L Culture, Creativity and Competitive Advantage Roundtable Panel Discussion
There is real power in true diversity in business – it motivates minds, creates competitive advantage and builds brands with brilliance, relevance and longevity. It is, and must be, a critical component of a business’s strategic and commercial tool kit to ensure it both represents society it resides within and crucially, also understands the needs, desires and emotional triggers of the customers it serves. In this special edition of The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business Roundtable series, our guest host, cultural strategist and diversity consultant, Leonie Annor-Owiredu leads a conversation with some of the most exciting minds in the UK’s creative scene. The panel discusses how more diverse cultural, gender and social representation at every level within business leads to the creation of a more dynamic, creative and purpose-led culture of innovation, aspiration, and ultimately, commercial success. www.principlesandleadership.com 
01:11:35
December 2, 2020
The New P&L TO THE POINT: 10 minutes on High Performance, Empowerment and Productivity
The New P&L TO THE POINT is a new weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our The New P&L weekly conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. This week, we analyse our The New P&L podcast discussion with former professional football manager, now High Performance Coach and founder of The Leaders Advisory, Tony Walmsley. We consider self-awareness and authenticity as characteristics of a great leader; the core components of high performance and the role culture plays in underpinning performance; as well as the responsibility brands have today to speak out on social, societal and environmental issues and the importance of following words with actions when doing so.  To learn more about The New P&L go to: www.principlesandleadership.com 
08:36
November 27, 2020
The New P&L speaks to former professional football manager and Performance Coach & Board Advisor, Tony Walmsley
So much of leadership is about the ability to perform at the highest levels - under pressure, day after day, commercially, mentally, emotionally.  Key to this is the skill that lies in intelligently anticipating and rapidly adapting to an everchanging environment. High performance athletes are masters at this - anticipating and reading the game as it plays out and quickly adapting their game plan, strategy and playing style to meet the new challenges they face at any given moment in time.  This week, The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to former professional football manager, now Performance Coach, Board Advisor and CEO of The Leaders Advisory, Tony Walmsley. After two decades managing high performance athletes on the football field, Tony transferred the considerable skills he had honed and applied them to the board room, working with CEOs, board members and senior management teams to help increase their business performance. We discuss with Tony the psychology of high performance; the effect of the 'always on' culture in business and what leaders need to do to build greater trust, authenticity, and transparency with their key stakeholders. https://www.theleadersadvisory.com/
50:32
November 25, 2020
The New P&L TO THE POINT: 10 minutes on Entrepreneurial Drive, Courage and Changing Definitions of Success
The New P&L TO THE POINT is a new weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our The New P&L weekly conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. This week we analyse our The New P&L podcast discussion with business strategy coach and host of The Resilient entrepreneur, Michelle Mercier, where we received a deep understanding of Michelle’s entrepreneurial journey so far, including the trigger point that started it; the trials, challenges and opportunities she has encountered and how her definitions of success have changed along the way.
07:17
November 20, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Business Strategy Coach & Host of The Resilient Entrepreneur podcast, Michelle Mercier
The entrepreneurial journey can be richly rewarding in many ways. It can also be challenging and filled with self-doubt as the entrepreneur battles both the external and internal voices that question the worthiness of their entrepreneurial idea and their ability to successfully deliver it.  This week, The New P&L speaks to Business Strategy Coach and 'The Resilient Entrepreneur' podcast host, Michelle Mercier. Four years' ago and with a young and growing family, Michelle made the bold decision to step out of the relative comfort of a senior role at a Fortune 500 company - with all the consistency and financial security that offered - and into the brave new world of entrepreneurialism.  We discuss with Michelle the trigger point - the moment at which she knew she had to take that first bold step to becoming an entrepreneur; the trials, challenges and opportunities along the way and how her definition of what entrepreneurial success looks like has changed along the way.  To find out more about Michelle and The Resilient Entrepreneur podcast go to: www.createhonesty.com 
36:26
November 18, 2020
The New P&L TO THE POINT: 10 minutes on Reimagining Entrepreneurship
The New P&L TO THE POINT is a new weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our The New P&L weekly conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. This week guest host, Kelly Bewers joins host Paul Spiers on the show to discuss The New P&L 'Reimagining Entrepreneurship' Roundtable she hosted earlier this week. Paul and Kelly discuss the challenges in the many definitions of entrepreneurship, the unequal access to funding and whether there might be new ways to create the conditions for entrepreneurship that are much more inclusive and sustainable over the longer term.
14:10
November 13, 2020
The New P&L 'Reimagining Entrepreneurship' Roundtable Panel Discussion
There's a lot of talk about "build back better" with business leaders, organisations and think tanks contributing ideas and concepts to paint the picture of a better future. However, we also need to focus on the doers - those taking action, and willing to fail, in pursuit of the reimagining of business today. In particular, at times of crisis, these entrepreneurs are seen as leaders who can emerge with new solutions and innovations that play their part in transforming society.  This week on The New P&L  'Reimagining Entrepreneurship' Roundtable Panel Discussion, Sana Shafi, Founder of STRIVE; Bayo Adelaja, CEO at Do it Now Now and Alice Moxley, Founder of Pivot join our guest host, social innovation leader, Kelly Bewers to explore what it means to be an entrepreneur today; who 'gets to be one'; the challenges of, and imbalances in, access to finance and funding; and if there might be new ways to create the conditions for entrepreneurship that are much more inclusive and sustainable over the longer term.  Guest websites: www.striveconsultants.co.uk www.doitnownow.com www.makepivot.org
01:09:56
November 11, 2020
The New P&L TO THE POINT: 10 minutes on Innovation, data Privacy and Defining the Future
The New P&L TO THE POINT is a new weekly podcast series where, in around 10 minutes each Friday, we break down the key elements of our The New P&L weekly conversations with industry leaders and entrepreneurs.  We offer an opinion on the key points from the conversations and how our listeners may practically apply them in their businesses. This week we spoke to Kazuhiro Gomi, president & CEO of NTT Research, the research arm of one of the world’s largest telecommunications and technology companies. It was a fascinating insight into Kazu’s views on innovation, the challenges around data privacy and how technology companies can play their role in designing and defining the future.  
08:59
November 7, 2020
The New P&L podcast speaks to NTT Research President & CEO, Kazuhiro Gomi
Successful technological innovation is a fundamental tenet of the continued evolution of society. However, ongoing advances in technological innovation rely on several critical factors to ensure that this innovation is balanced, fair, effective, and crucially, that it works for all the members of the society it needs to serve. This week, The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to President & CEO of NTT Research, Kazuhiro Gomi. We discuss with Kazuhiro Gomi how to innovate for the future when the present is so unpredictable; whether today’s technology disruption is evolutionary rather than revolutionary; how to balance innovation and privacy concerns; and what role global technology innovators like NTT can play in both defining and designing a better future for humankind.
56:12
November 4, 2020
The New P&L podcast discusses Resilient Leadership & the Warrior Mindset with Sean Bacon
Resilience in a crisis is a critical asset for a leader and the need for leaders to make calm, rational and clear decisions has rarely been more important than right now for many businesses, as they wade through multiple challenges faced by the pandemic and the uncertain future it has created. This week on the New P&L, we speak to resilient leadership specialist and Canadian Armed Forces veteran, Sean Bacon, who used his leadership experiences in the Canadian Armed Forces as the basis for The Warrior Mindset – a methodology that helps build more resilient, dynamic and agile leadership. We discuss with Sean how businesses can positively leverage disruption and chaos; the roles trust and intuition play in a resilient mindset and how leaders can identify whether the decisions they are making are based on emotion and fear rather than rationale and reason. To learn more about what Sean and the Warrior Mindset methodology, please go to: https://www.dynamic-shift.com/ 
58:05
November 2, 2020
The New P&L podcast: Ego, authenticity and trust in business with Mary Gregory
Authenticity, integrity and trust are key characteristics of an ‘enlightened leader’. However, all of these leadership characteristics require a healthy dose of self-awareness first – the ability to clearly recognise the impact of your actions upon others and to empathise so you can motivate. These key characteristics also require a leader to keep their ego in check, on the right side of excess - the side that delivers quiet confidence rather than brash arrogance. This week, The New P&L speaks to Mary Gregory, leadership coach and author of Bestselling book 'Ego - get over yourself and lead!'. We discuss with Mary the many challenges facing the modern business leader and how more self-awareness can address these challenges more effectively; what leadership looks like in a more virtual world and how we can create micro-climates of positivity within an organisation to re-engage and motivate employees. For more information go to: https://www.marygregory.com/ To purchase 'Ego - get over yourself and lead!' by Mary Gregory go to: https://amzn.to/34EPKpp Facebook: @egoleadershipconsultant  LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/marygregory/ Twitter: @MaryEGregory Instagram: mary_gregory
01:01:56
October 29, 2020
The New P&L speaks to world-renowned social entrepreneur, humanitarian and creativity thought leader, Firdaus Kharas
Creativity is part of the essence of who we are. It excites us, moves us, and encourages us to ask more of ourselves. It is also a mission-critical asset in business; one that is, however, often undervalued and frequently misunderstood. This week we had the privilege of welcoming internationally respected social entrepreneur, humanitarian and creativity thought leader, Firdaus Kharas to The New P&L podcast series. Firdaus is founder and chairman of the multi-award-winning Chocolate Moose Media, which has built a enviable worldwide reputation for producing some of the most innovative and creative global social information advertising campaigns of the last 25 years. Firdaus’s love of creativity has also led him this year to publish the brilliant book, CREATIVITY: The Key to a Remarkable Life. Firdaus believes that creativity is not only key to human growth but also survival. As an activist, he has conducted in-country research for his humanitarian projects including talking to hundreds of mass rape victims, children’s rights activists, torture survivors, and doctors in small villages coping with epidemics. He has worked in war zones in Central America, refugee camps in South-East Asia, and medical facilities, NGOs, and youth centers throughout Europe and Africa. A Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, he was named one of the world’s “50 Most Talented Social Innovators” and has received more than 112 awards, including the prestigious Peabody Award. We discuss with Firdaus his definition of creativity, the importance of purpose in business, how leaders can use creativity to rebuild their business after the pandemic, as well as those moments and people who have had a profound impact on his work and his life.
58:37
October 15, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Markus Kramer, co-author of ‘The Guiding Purpose Strategy’ & Managing Partner, Brand Affairs
Talking about ‘Purpose’ – a brand’s Purpose - is increasingly de rigueur within the business community today. However, sometimes a large gulf exists between a brand vocalising commitment to its defined Purpose and it then authentically and enthusiastically weaving it into the heart of its culture and delivering on it every day. This week, The New P&L speaks to Markus Kramer, Managing Partner at Brand Affairs and co-author of ‘The Guiding Purpose Strategy – a Navigational Code for Growth’. Markus has built a career working with some of the most well-known and respected global brands including Aston Martin, Harley-Davidson and Ferrari - helping them to deliver brand and commercial value through rediscovering and aligning their Purpose. We discuss with Markus what defines ‘Purpose’ in a business context, how you measure the depth of a brand’s and its employees’ commitment to its Purpose and the commercial business case for it; as well as whether Purpose can play a positive role in helping to reignite genuine technological innovation as we move into the fourth industrial revolution. To find out more or order a copy of 'The Guiding Purpose Strategy' go to: www.markuskramer.net
52:11
October 9, 2020
The New P&L speaks to #1 Bestselling author of 'The Six Habits' and Life Mastery Coach, Laura DiBenedetto
Achieving success in anything you do in life – professionally or personally, relies on ‘mastering your mind’; creating positive habits in your thinking and your actions, and refining and minimising those negative habits that exist within all of us. This week, The New P&L spoke to TEDx Speaker, #1 Bestselling author of The Six Habits and Life Mastery Coach, Laura DiBenedetto. After retiring at just 37 from her role as founder and CEO of award-winning and hugely successful Boston-based marketing agency, Vision Advertising, Laura set off on her own personal road of radical self-discovery and development, one result of which was the writing and publishing of the best-selling book, The Six Habits. Through her books, her presentations and her consultancy and coaching, Laura devoted to sharing the universally applicable and deeply liberating truths she has discovered and how they can be used to breathe life into professional or personal dreams, and offering a life of limitless possibility. Find out more at www.LauraDiBenedetto.com
34:15
September 29, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Raafi-Karim Alidina & Stephen Frost, co-authors of 'Building an Inclusive Organisation - leveraging the power of a diverse workforce’
A more diverse and inclusive workforce – where there is equality of opportunity and all employees feel included, heard and respected is ultimately a more productive and commercially successful one. It is also one that is rightly more reflective of the fantastic diversity of ethnicity, culture, gender and social experience that exists in society itself. However, there remain significant systemic and structural challenges and inequalities that executives and leaders need to urgently address to ensure their companies fully embrace diversity and inclusion in an authentic and meaningful way, a way that goes beyond compliance and marketing and right to the very heart of a company’s thinking and its culture. This week, The New P&L spoke to Raafi-Karim Alidina and Stephen Frost of diversity and inclusion consultancy, Frost Included, and co-authors of the brilliant book, ‘Building an Inclusive Organisation – leveraging the power of a diverse workforce’.  We discuss with Stephen and Raafi how companies can ensure cultural, gender and social diversity and inclusion becomes part of their thinking and not just part of their marketing; how social media and social isolation can reinforce and indulge bias and how executives, CEO and leaders have a genuine moment in time in 2020 to truly embrace diversity and inclusion in their business and drive the momentum for positive change.
01:00:17
September 24, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Design Thinking & Systems Thinking specialist, Daniel Tuitt
Design Thinking and Systems Thinking have the potential to dramatically transform a business – bringing order to innovation, opening up creativity, challenging funnel thinking and dramatically reducing the timeline from product ideation to product delivery. This week, The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series spoke to respected Design Thinking consultant and advocate, Daniel Tuitt. We discuss with Daniel the definition of design thinking; what the evolution of systems and design thinking looks like over the next decade; how to test the assumptions that feed the product innovation process and how businesses can use the principles of these dynamic business methodologies to ‘build back better’ in the coming months.
39:05
September 10, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Tessa Cooper, Founder and Managing Director, Collaborative Future
The future of work looks very different to how we imagined it might be just 12 months ago. All of us - from business leaders, SME employers, employees to those in the contracting and freelance sectors are going to have to creatively reimagine what that future now looks like for work and employment. There are, clearly, many challenges ahead of us, but with change and challenge also comes tremendous opportunity – to recreate, change the power balance and build a new way of working based on collaboration, mutual respect and collective purpose. This week we speak to Tessa Cooper, Founder and Managing Director of Collaborative Future – a UK-based social enterprise that is focused creating a world of work in which everyone is empowered to thrive. We discuss with Tessa the type of leadership needed to build strong, cohesive cultures in a hybrid working environment, what work could and should look like as we emerge from the pandemic, the importance of social innovation and enterprise, and the inherent contradictions in the ‘Gig economy’.
42:58
September 5, 2020
The New P&L speaks to CareerGig CEO & best-selling author & podcaster, Greg Kihlström
The ability to be ‘agile’ is key to a more successful future for businesses as we move slowly out of the pandemic in the next few months and years. Strong, self-aware and empathetic leadership is needed in order to recognise where the opportunities for a business are and how that business can quickly and firmly get itself in best position operationally and commercially to take advantage of these opportunities. This week, The New P&L speaks to best-selling author of the Agile Series of business books, Agile World podcast host, serial entrepreneur and CEO of Career Gig, Greg Kihlström.  We chat with Greg on what it takes to be a more agile business, the current state of the balance of power between brands and consumers and how this has affected the customer experience, as well as what great leadership and the future of work looks like as we rebuild businesses and the economy.
44:50
September 1, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Shazia Ginai, CEO, Neuro Insight UK
Neuromarketing is a fascinating and fast-developing industry. Tapping into consumers’ subconscious minds offers huge potential for brands as they continually strive to get closer to their customers, understand what drives them and create and sell products that are aligned with their motivations, interests and desires.  However, there are challenges around data consent and privacy and the responsible use of the data collected that need to be addressed to ensure that, as the guardian of all this data, the neuromarketing industry acts in an ethical and accountable manner. This week on The New P&L in a wide-ranging conversation, we speak to Shazia Ginai, CEO of Neuro Insight, one of the world’s preeminent neuromarketing and neuroanalytics companies. We discuss with Shazia the neuromarketing methodology and what it hopes to deliver; where the ethically appropriate line is when it comes to measuring and assessing the subconscious; whether the sector needs to be regulated and what can be done to address the role of conscious and unconscious bias in the designing and interpretation of neuromarketing data.
45:57
August 25, 2020
The New P&L speaks to former NFL star & entrepreneur, Aaron Shawn Harper
We all have dreams within us. Whether personal or professional, or both. But dreams don’t materialise by themselves. The dream might be the ambition, but it’s the hard work, focus, inner strength and determination and single-minded drive – over time and often through periods of tremendous adversity - that helps us to realise the dream and ultimately, fulfil the ambition This week, The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to former NFL star, now entrepreneur, motivational speaker and author of The Winning Edge, Aaron Shawn Harper. Aaron Shawn’s story is a truly inspiring one – from his challenging time at school, to the trials and tribulations of fulfilling his dream – playing in the NFL, through to a hugely successful career as an entrepreneur and motivational speaker. A truly inspirational conversation.
40:01
August 21, 2020
The New P&L 'Social Entrepreneurship - The Future for Innovation' Roundtable Panel Discussion
The aim of social entrepreneurship and innovation is to try and address the needs of society in more efficient, effective and intelligent ways – through business becoming a force for good: innovating and designing for society as well as for profit to create social and commercial value. The global challenges we collectively face, by virtue of their scale, will not discriminate between society and business – the failure of businesses to play their collective role will impact on their success and profitability as much as it will on society more generally. So, The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series brought together a panel of voices from across the social innovation space to discuss whether ‘Social Entrepreneurship is the Future for Innovation’. Sponsored by SocietyInside.com, the Roundtable discusses what can be done to firmly break the perception in business that social innovation doesn’t equate to profitable innovation and whether we currently have a critical ‘moment in time’ for businesses and society to make the transition to an innovation model that is based on both profit and purpose.  Download the Executive Summary Discussion Paper at: https://www.principlesandleadership.com/knowledge-bank
01:15:11
August 12, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Personal Performance Coach & ex-British, Commonwealth, European & IBO boxing champion, Billy Schwer
Better People make better business people and more principled business leaders – it’s that simple. The more in tune we are with ourselves; the more we are able to demonstrate self-awareness, empathy, passion, focus and drive, the more successful we will be in all our relationships – personal and professional and the more we will be able to lead with conviction, courage and compassion. This week, The New P&L speaks ex-British, Commonwealth, European and IBO World boxing Champion, Billy Schwer, who after an incredible rise to the top of his sport, now works as one of the UK’s top personal performance coaches, helping men and women to excel and their lives and live their best lives every day.
38:08
August 10, 2020
The New P&L speaks to founder & CEO of VATI Sweden, Eva Vati
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are both ambitious and necessary, and the global business community has both the power and the responsibility to drive cohesive commitment and action on these goals. This week, The New P&L speaks to Founder and CEO of VATI of Sweden, Eva Vati.  As one of the first consultancies in the world to offer businesses a certified methodology for integrating sustainability and the UN’s SDGs, VATI of Sweden helps executives and entrepreneurs align their commercial strategies with the UN’s SDGs, helping to future-proof their companies in the process.  We discuss with Eva the critical role and responsibility businesses have in ensuring the SDGs are met, as well as the kind of leadership that is required to ensure the implementation of SDGs in a business has a positive commercial impact and sets it up for a future full of opportunity.
45:12
July 31, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Criminologist, AI ethicist & Founder of Urban AI, Renée Cummings
The impact of AI on all aspects of our life is far-reaching. AI has incredible potential, and when and designed and developed with ethical principles underpinning it, AI can have a transformational effect on communities and businesses in many ways. But AI is not without bias – it can often carry with it the subjective assumptions and judgements of those developing it or built on data that reinforces some of the structural inequalities that exist in our businesses and our societies. This week, The New P&L speaks to eminent criminologist, criminal psychologist, AI ethicist and data activist, Renée Cummings. Renée specialises in diverse, equitable and inclusive AI design, development and deployment; principled, responsible and trustworthy AI strategy and ethical AI policy development and governance, as well as AI risk management and crisis communications.  We discuss with Renée the challenges around bias in AI and how these can be overcome, as well as regulation of this sector; what a more ethical future for AI looks like and what type of leaders we need in business to get us there.
42:08
July 31, 2020
The New P&L speaks to leadership specialist, Eleanor Taylor, Founder of Eleanor Taylor Consulting & Recipient of the Order of Military Merit, Canadian Armed Forces
Leadership in times of adversity and the ability to excel in a crisis, such as the one we face globally as a result of the pandemic, requires a specific set of characteristics. These attributes don’t just appear in leaders; they are honed over time based on accumulated experience and refined through consistent preparation, training and application. This week, in an extensive discussion with an inspiring individual, The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to Eleanor Taylor. Eleanor is founder of executive leadership consultancy, Eleanor Taylor Consulting and recipient of the Order of Military Merit, recognising Eleanor’s exceptional service over a 25-year career in the Canadian Armed Forces. We discuss with Eleanor how she helps senior leadership teams and executives in business to adopt and adapt the leadership skills she developed in the military and then apply them to their own commercial and operational challenges, especially around times of adversity and crisis.
39:52
July 20, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Negotiations Ninja podcast host, Mark Raffan
Successful commercial negotiations are clearly one of the key drivers for business growth - you sell more products for the right price and you set your business on a firm foundation for the future. However, these negotiations so often seem to be a zero sum game, with one or both parties feeling aggrieved at the final outcome, which clearly doesn't set the right tone for a positive ongoing business relationship or partnership. This pressure to 'win the business at all costs' is only going to be accentuated by financial pressures placed on businesses by the pandemic. This week, The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to Mark Raffan - host of the world's number one negotiations podcast, Negotiations Ninja, and founder the Negotiations Ninja training group. We discuss with Mark how a more principled approach to the negotiation process can help sales teams and business owners work towards achieving more balanced outcomes in the commercial negotiations process to the mutual benefit of both parties.
46:47
July 10, 2020
The New P&L speaks to leadership coach and business strategist, Loretta Biscaro Smith
As we all work out way slowly and hopefully out of the worst of the pandemic and consider the economic and business challenges that lie in front of us, courageous and empathetic leadership at helm of both business and society is going to be more critical than ever.  This week the New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business speaks to executive leadership coach, business strategist and keynote speaker, Loretta Biscaro Smith. We discuss with Loretta what we should expect and demand from our business leaders in the 21st century, the characteristics of great leadership and what business leaders can do to ensure they hold on to the best elements company cultures that rely on physical proximity for effective cohesion and collaboration in a world where remote working may become the norm. 
41:08
July 3, 2020
The New P&L podcast special: 'Passion into Purpose' virtual roundtable discussion
“Some dream and some do”. Most of us have passions in our personal and professional lives – ideas about the way the world should be or how businesses should behave.  But for a select few, that passion transforms into action – they turn their Passion into their professional Purpose, and it drives their focus, their motivation and their inspiration.   The New P&L® ‘Passion into Purpose’ Virtual Roundtable Discussion brings together inspirational entrepreneurs who will discuss their own journeys going from ‘Passion’ into ‘Purpose’; including the challenges and how these were overcome, the highs and lows, successes and learnings -  offering encouragement and insights for aspiring entrepreneurs or those already in business. www.principlesandleadership.com 
01:00:00
June 26, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Guy Kawasaki, Tech Evangelist & Best Selling Author
Guy Kawasaki is a legend in the world of technology. As Chief Evangelist for Apple in the 1980s, he played important key roles in the commercial success of the Apple Mac and building the company’s now legendary brand loyalty.  The international stage then beckoned, and Guy established himself as a hugely successful author on innovation, marketing and business and a sort-after keynote speaker.  Currently Chief Evangelist for global graphic design platform, Canva, Guy now also hosts his own brilliant podcast, Remarkable People.  In a far-reaching conversation, The New P&L chatted with Guy on the importance of role models in the entrepreneurial journey, how brands maintain and grow loyalty in a hyper-transparent world, why scepticism should be taught as a subject at school, the impact of social media on the speed and nature of product innovation, and finally a conversation on his love of surfing!  
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June 19, 2020
The New P&L speaks to speaks to social innovation leaders, Roshni Patel and Kelly Bewers
Social entrepreneurship is on the rise, driven by those whose passion and purpose it is to affect real change in society.  The evolution of social entrepreneurship over recent years has also demonstrated that ‘not-for-profit’ doesn’t and shouldn’t mean ‘no profit’; as profitability is vital for the ongoing funding of the purpose that sits at the heart of these important organisations. This week, The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to two UK social innovation leaders about their experiences of working with social impact enterprises and helping them to adapt their thinking and commercial models; as well as discussing how social entrepreneurs can ‘keep the faith’ in tough times and what leadership characteristics are needed by these 'entrepreneurs with a purpose' to ensure they play their part in creating a sustainable, inspiring and successful future for this crucial sector of the economy.
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June 8, 2020
The New P&L discusses how to make the complex more simple
As adults, and especially as business people, we often have a tendency to over-complicate our lives: business is notorious for this with its relentless commitment to an ever growing array of acronyms, methodologies and processes – and most of us are guilty of embracing them, often in a vain attempt to ‘big ourselves up’. However, this pandemic is forcing many of us – some unfortunately through necessity and some via the luxury of the extra time they now have - to seriously re-evaluate what is actually important to us; what we genuinely need in our lives – what adds to it, not takes from it. This week,  Paul Spiers, host of The New P&L – Principles and Leadership in Business podcast series, discusses how a random conversation with his son inspired him to stop and think about why we seem to consistently try and make the simple more complex.
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May 27, 2020
The New P&L special podcast episode: 'More than the Sum of our Cells' Roundtable discussion
Data dictates nearly every aspect of our lives, and the ethical issues and opportunities around the collection, curation and management of data are a reoccurring topic of discussion with many guests on The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series. In May, The New P&L hosted an exclusive virtual Roundtable discussion – sponsored by UK-based ethical data champions, My Life Digital and titled ‘More than the Sum of our Cells’.  We bought together some great minds from the tech industry to discuss how we can ensure that as the source point for the collection of all this data - we as individuals and consumers - do not simply become the sum of our data points in a world run by algorithms as well as what can or should tech companies, regulators and individuals do to protect privacy and ensure the ‘human’ is not lost in the ‘drive for data’. 
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May 19, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Dr John Demartini, world-renowned human behaviour specialist
Our core values, principles and belief systems based on our upbringing and life experiences determine our outlook on life - our perceptions, ability, performance and ultimately, our success - both personally and professionally.  This week, The New P&L - Principles & Leadership podcast series speaks to one of the world's foremost authorities on human behaviour and personal development, Dr John Demartini. In a fascinating hour-long podcast full of incredible insights, we discuss with Dr Demartini how to live congruently with your highest values, what makes a great leader, 'fantasy versus vision' and what business leaders and owners can do to limit the impact of the pandemic on their companies, as well as the story behind his own inspirational journey to become a global leader in human development. 
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May 18, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Maggie Berry, OBE - Executive Director, Europe at WEConnect International
Currently, only around 1% of global corporate spend goes to businesses that are majority-owned by women - it's an enormous disparity in the corporate supply chain. WEConnect International aims to break down these barriers and is focused on working with women-owned businesses and corporations across the world to connect both parties in the procurement process.  This week, The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to Maggie Berry, OBE - Executive Director, Europe at WEConnect International.  We discuss the initiatives WEConnect International has launched to help women-owned businesses weather the economic challenges surrounding this current crisis, female leadership role models,  and how we can empower the next generation of women business owners to take hold of their own destiny and make their business a success. 
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May 7, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Mark Zawacki - corporate growth, innovation & organisational change specialist
A constant commitment to innovation and challenging the status quo is a key to a business's continued growth and success. However, many innovation models are misunderstood, misused or no longer fit for purpose, leaving product development without a determined focus and businesses drifting as a result. The acute impact of the current pandemic on all economies will further expose some leaders and businesses who have failed to keep investing in and evolving their innovation methodologies.  This week, The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business Podcast Series speaks to Silicon Valley-based corporate growth, innovation & organisational change specialist, Mark Zawacki, who, with his team at 650Labs work with some of the world's largest global brands and high-growth start ups. We discuss with Mark his take on the role of 'big tech' in society; the pitfalls in product innovation; how a brand's principles and trustworthiness will be measured after the pandemic; and what business leaders need to do to ensure they have the skill set and characteristics required to enable their businesses to thrive in this next challenging decade. 
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April 29, 2020
The New P&L speaks to ethical technology advocate & Director of SocietyInside, Hilary Sutcliffe
The commitment to developing global standards for the ethical development and implementation of technological innovation is critical to building trust - not just in the technology companies themselves, but also business more generally and the political institutions that serve us as citizens. This week The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business Podcast Series speaks to Hilary Sutcliffe, director of SocietyInside - an organisation that works with businesses and governments around the world, helping them to design and roll out more principled, ethical and citizen-centric models of innovation. 
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April 28, 2020
PART 2: The New P&L speaks to Silicon Valley tech & investment entrepreneur & best-selling author, Philippe Bouissou
PART TWO (of two episodes): Philippe’s stellar 30-year career in the technology and venture capital industries includes tenures as Director of Apple’s Worldwide Internet Commerce Group, where he launched Apple’s online store; as well as Head of global media giant, Matra Hachette Multimedia’s electronic publishing division.  In his time as a venture capitalist, Philippe has served on the board of directors of over 20 companies, including the ACG (Association for Corporate Growth) in Silicon Valley. He currently heads up Blue Dots Partners, an advisory firm he founded,  which is dedicated to helping businesses grow faster. Over two 'The New P&L' podcast episodes, Philippe discusses his recent best selling book, Aligning the Dots - a New Paradigm to Grow Any Business, as well as his views on the current state of both the technology and venture capital markets, and how more principled leadership and focus on the right type of technological development, capital investment and sustainable growth can help transform business and society.
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April 17, 2020
PART 1: The New P&L speaks to Silicon Valley tech & investment entrepreneur & best-selling author, Philippe Bouissou
PART ONE (of two episodes): Philippe’s stellar 30-year career in the technology and venture capital industries includes tenures as Director of Apple’s Worldwide Internet Commerce Group, where he launched Apple’s online store; as well as Head of global media giant, Matra Hachette Multimedia’s electronic publishing division.  In his time as a venture capitalist, Philippe has served on the board of directors of over 20 companies, including the ACG (Association for Corporate Growth) in Silicon Valley. He currently heads up Blue Dots Partners, an advisory firm he founded,  which is dedicated to helping businesses grow faster. Over two 'The New P&L' podcast episodes, Philippe discusses his recent best selling book, Aligning the Dots - a New Paradigm to Grow Any Business, as well as his views on the current state of both the technology and venture capital markets, and how more principled leadership and focus on the right type of technological development, capital investment and sustainable growth can help transform business and society.
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April 17, 2020
The New P&L speaks to social impact enterprise, Pass It On Clothing & Co, founder, Chris Vagg
Social impact enterprise, Pass It On Clothing & Co, brings both quality clothing and the 'Dignity of Choice' to the homeless communities of Sydney, Australia. This week The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business speak to Pass It On Clothing & Co's founder, Chris Vagg, about the inspiration that led to the establishing of the enterprise; why it is critical we all play our part in bringing dignity, hope and self-worth back to those who are homeless, as well as what the homeless community can teach the business world in terms of resilience, courage and leadership, especially as we all face our own huge, sustained period of adversity. 
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April 6, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Brixton Finishing School founder & CEO, Ally Owen
The inspirational Ally Owen launched the Brixton Finishing School in 2017 with an aim to disrupt the way the Creative, Advertising and Tech Industries recruit talent, providing an ‘end to end' solution to meet the industry’s diversity challenges.  The Brixton Finishing School offers 18-25 year olds from a diverse range of social, cultural and other groups (Multi-Cultural, Working Class, NeuroDiverse, Female) that are ‘under-represented’ in the creative industry, a free 10-week programme which provides a premium learning experience through a mixture of lessons and real-world experience in the creative industries.  Ally and her team find those with untapped creative potential and introduce them to a world where they can fully utilise this potential. As part of the programme, the Brixton Finishing School’s big name industry partners and sponsors create a pool of entry-level roles just for the graduates of the course and as a demonstration of the success of the course and the hard work of Ally and her team, last years 95% of BFS graduates went on to employment in the creative industries – a simply incredible outcome. 
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April 3, 2020
The New P&L speaks to co-founder of green tech start-up, Klyk, Asad Hamir
We have to find a more sustainable and efficient way to for businesses invest in technology. New green tech start-up, Klyk, believes it has the solution - a more sustainable future enabled by technology that empowers the human spirit.  Klyk helps businesses make smarter, greener choices by working with them to ensure they can make more intelligent and sustainable technology investments that save money, keep workforces connected and reduce the environmental impact of doing business. This week The New P&L speaks to Klyk co-founder, Asad Hamir on what inspired his new start-up, what the challenges are launching a business in the middle of global crisis, as well as what he believes the what principles need to underpin technology development as we head into the 2020s. 
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April 2, 2020
The New P&L discusses 'Where kindness goes, success often follows.'
This week 'The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business' podcast host, Paul, discusses how the kindness that has been shown to him since launching The New P&L podcast series in October 2019 has lead to the success of the podcast series so far. www.principlesandleadership.com 
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March 18, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Reputable.AI founder & CEO, Michael Hobbs
Artificial Intelligence: Cheer it or fear it?  The age of AI, machine learning and algorithms conjures up fear and excitement in equal measure – excitement of all the possibilities these technologies could offer, but fear that we may all lose our jobs in the process! This week, The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to Reputable.AI, CEO, Michael Hobbs on how can today’s leaders can harness the best of these technologies to make businesses more purposeful, ethical and successful and society more secure in a world run by algorithms. www.principlesandleadership.com 
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March 12, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Katy Griffin, mental health advocate & founder & CEO of Thera-Sea
The increase in awareness of mental health and the impact it has on both our personal and professional lives has opened up a much broader discussion around the challenges and opportunities there are in addressing the larger societal issues that lie at the heart of it.   This week, the New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to mental health advocate, founder & CEO of Thera-Sea, Katy Griffin, on what business leaders and teams can do to ensure they understand the contextual dimension of today's mental health challenges and what can be done to improve business's response to these challenges; including exploring non-clinical approaches to mental health and how each us can also take personal responsibility for our own stress management and mental wellbeing.   www.principlesandleadership.com 
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March 4, 2020
The New P&L to Director General of the PRCA and Chief Executive of the ICCO, Francis Ingham
Public relations agencies often sit at the heart of the strategy and delivery of a brand’s communications with its customers and other stakeholders. Our age of hyper-transparency demands that brands have a more principled, honest and authentic conversation with all their audiences. This week, the New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business speaks to Francis Ingham - Director General of the PRCA (Public Relations Consultants Association) and Chief Executive of the International Communications Consultancy Organisation (ICCO) on how PR agencies can ensure they are part of the solution and not part of the problem when it comes to our search for truthful, meaningful and authentic engagement between brands and consumers.
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February 27, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Brand Advance CEO, Christopher Kenna
This week The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series had the real pleasure of speaking to Brand Advance CEO, Christopher Kenna. Christopher’s own life story is truly inspirational and the work he and the team are doing at Brand Advance to help brands authentically and effectively engage with all communities in society is equally inspiring.
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February 26, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Epic Culture, CEO, Josh Sweeney
A positive, collaborative and motivated company culture is critical to a business's ongoing success. But there are multiple challenges in growing and maintaining a high performance culture built on core collective values. This week, The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business Podcast series speaks to Atlanta-based Epic Culture CEO and Entrepreneurs Organisation board member, Josh Sweeney, on what leaders can do to ensure they bridge the company culture gap and build a dynamic culture based on solid principles and focused inspirational leadership. To subscribe, go to: www.principlesandleadership.com 
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February 20, 2020
The New P&L speaks to WEF 'Global Shaper' and Bead&Proceed founder, Bridget Williams
This week, The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to founder of Bead&Proceed and World Economic Forum 'Global Shaper', Bridget Williams, on how we can all actively work towards achieving the United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Through Bead&Proceed, Bridget has developed a unique, highly creative and memorable approach to getting individuals and businesses to take more conscious and consistent action on these critical societal goals.
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February 13, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Dr John Blakey of the Trusted Executive Foundation
In an age when consumers and shareholders are increasingly demanding greater transparency and responsibility from businesses, building authentic trust in a brand is one of the essential ingredients to ensuring business leaders continue to grow their businesses in a socially and commercially responsible manner. In this episode of The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to Dr John Blakey, former FTSE100 managing director,  entrepreneur, CEO coach and now founder and managing director of The Trusted Executive Foundation (www.trustedexecutive.com). We discuss with John why 'trust' and 'purpose' are business virtues whose time has truly come and the proven commercial benefits to brands of placing these virtues right at the heart of a business. 
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February 9, 2020
The New P&L speaks to data entrepreneur and Chief Innovation Officer, J Cromack
Data privacy, security, aggregation and management are all hot topics on the current agenda: citizens concerned about data privacy and unauthorised use of their data; brands scrambling to collect, mine and use it more effectively; tech companies trying to work out what the future of it should be and governments trying to understand and agree the right level of regulation for it all.   In this episode of The New P&L - Principles & leadership in Business podcast, we speak to data entrepreneur and Co-Founder & Chief Innovation Officer of MyLife Digital, J Cromack, on his opinions regarding the current state of the tech and data industries as well as what brands and tech companies need to do next to ensure they maintain the trust and confidence of consumers as we move further into the digital age. 
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February 6, 2020
The New P&L speaks to ex-professional rugby player, entrepreneur and industry head, Graeme Smith
How can companies apply the principles of teamwork, determined focus and high performance - the essential ingredients for sporting success - in  the business environment and what are the real benefits to doing this?  In our first New P&L - Principles & leadership in Business podcast for 2020, we speak to Graeme Smith, ex-England and Scotland rugby representative and now Chairman of the IPIA Independent Printing Industries Association, President of the BPMA and managing director of Cyan Group, about how he has successfully integrated the skills and principles he learnt in sport into his business the trade bodies he heads up. 
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January 17, 2020
The New P&L speaks to Sustainability & CSR specialist, Veronica Heaven
The climate crisis is huge and requires collective and global participation to make it truly effective. Sometimes, it can seem insurmountable. So, how do we address this challenge one person or one company at a time? This week, The New P&L - Principles & leadership in Business podcast series speaks to Sustainability & CSR specialist, Veronica Heaven, who offers her views on what businesses can do to play their part in ensuring we all collectively address the climate crisis, without compromising a company's commercial success in the process. 
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December 23, 2019
The New P&L speaks to Creative Strategist, TEDx speaker & 'Kindness Warrior', Cassie Roma
This week, The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business speaks to Creative Strategist, TEDx speaker & 'Kindness Warrior', Cassie Roma on the importance of kindness, culture and the influence of social media in business and what 'women in tech' need to do to achieve success in the fourth industrial revolution.  
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December 13, 2019
The New P&L speaks to HakaWorks CEO, Karl Burrows
Haka, the Maori war dance, made internationally famous by the All Blacks - New Zealand's national rugby team, is a hugely powerful and spiritual part of Maori culture.  This week, The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to HakaWorks, CEO, Karl Burrows, who  combines his extensive business experience and the leadership tools he has inherited from his Maori culture to teach the fundamental principles of haka and Maori culture to corporate leadership teams, businesses and organisations around the world. This unique combination has a profound and lasting effect on leaders and employees, helping to build collaboration and trust within teams and authentically connect a company's people to its purpose.
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November 26, 2019
The New P&L speaks to Modern Cultural Anthropologist & TEDx speaker, Rob Scotland
How can companies leverage principles and leadership to enhance their relationships with both customers and employees? This week, Modern Cultural Anthropologist, Strategy Director & TEDx speaker, Rob Scotland discusses his views on how the relationships companies want and need with their customers and employees rely on strong, authentic leadership and adherence to a core set of values and principles.
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November 22, 2019
The New P&L speaks to digital transformation specialist, Sakina Najmi
Sometimes conversations around digital transformation feel a little like the Emperor's new clothes. So, this week The New P&L spoke to Martech powerhouse and digital transformation specialist, Sakina Najmi who clearly defines the purpose of, and processes for, digital transformation, and the type of leadership needed to make it a success.
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November 17, 2019
The New P&L speaks to Digital Visionary, Peter Prodromou
This week The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series speaks to Peter Prodromou, Digital Visionary and Chief Strategy & Growth Officer at Boston Digital on ethics, transparency and leadership in the digital world of business and commerce. 
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November 8, 2019
The New P&L speaks to Applied Futurist, Tom Cheesewright
This week, The New P&L speaks to Tom Cheesewright - respected British futurist and author of ‘High Frequency Change – why we feel like change happens faster now and what to do about it’.  We discuss the role technology can play in helping businesses to enhance their principles and leadership and the challenges business leaders need to overcome if they are to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution. 
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November 4, 2019
The New P&L speaks to Think Virtues CEO, Kathy Motlagh
This week in Episode Two The New P&L discusses the importance of authenticity, purpose and values in business with Think Virtues CEO, Kathy Motlagh. 
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October 25, 2019
The New P&L speaks to leadership expert, Timothy Carroll
Welcome to The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series. We believe business needs a ‘New P&L’ – one that is focused as much on Principles & Leadership as it is on Profit and Loss – because we believe if your principles are right and aligned with your purpose and your leadership has a clear vision, focus, strength and empathy, then your business will be in profit and not loss, in so many ways. We’ve got some incredible guests lined up for this series over the next few weeks. This week we kicked off the series with former barefoot waterski champion, now CEO of the international leadership and management consultancy, The Carroll Consultancy, Timothy Carroll.  Tim is also author of a great new book on leadership, called ‘The Evolutionary Leader’, so we sat down with Tim this week to gauge his thoughts on Principles and Leadership in Business. Find out more on the Carroll Consultancy at: www.carrollconsultancy.com  Check out more about the Amplifier Group at: www.amplifiedcreativity.com .
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October 17, 2019