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The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business

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 TO THE POINT on The Generation Tap
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT, we consider the many personal and professional benefits to businesses tapping into the wealth of inter- generational knowledge and wisdom that exists within a business world that now has, in some cases, four generations employees in the workforce.  If you’d like to join The New P&L movement for more principled leadership and more purpose-led business and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
10:00
August 12, 2022
The New P&L speaks to Charu Bjuvestig, Managing Director, QA Talent
This week The New P&L speaks to Charu Bjuvestig, Managing Director of the Talent business at QA (a leading tech & digital skills organisation), which is focused on building early career tech talent.  QA Talent helps their clients build in-house capabilities in leading edge technologies and skills, while bringing ‘net-new’ talent into the ecosystem through diversity and social mobility supported initiatives.    We discuss with Charu the changing face of the talent acquisition in business and leadership and why some of the thinking behind learning and development needs to adapt quickly to maintain relevance in the future.  To learn more about what Charu and her team do, go to www.QA.com.  If you’d like to join The New P&L movement for more principled leadership and more purpose-led business and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
46:49
August 03, 2022
The New P&L TO THE POINT on When did Reasonable become Radical?
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT we break down and analyse some of the points from our conversation with John A Davis: Chair, Brand New View LLC; author: Radical Business: How to Transform Your Organisation in the Age of Global Crisis.  We ask when did Reasonable become Radical and what we as business people can do to reframe the perceptions of the challenges and opportunities in front of us to help dramatically transform the outcomes. If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
13:11
July 26, 2022
The New P&L speaks to John A Davis: Chair, Brand New View LLC; author: Radical Business: How to Transform Your Organisation in the Age of Global Crisis
This week’s guest on The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast is the brilliant John A Davis is a bestselling author, an award winning academic and business leader, who has worked with leaders and organizations in over forty countries to re-imagine their business models. He is Chair of Brand New View, a global leadership development and organisation transformation firm and works directly with CEOs and leaders around the world. He has started two companies, led global operations for Fortune 1000 companies (an award-winning executive in both his start-up and Fortune 1000 roles).  John is a respected global speaker, delivering inspiring keynotes at dozens of global conferences, including TEDx and Global Brand Forum as well as a regular commentator with the New York Times, BBC, CNA, Los Angeles Times, Knowledge@ Wharton, and more. We discuss with John: · The principles of John’s great book - Radical Business – How to transform your business in the age of global crisis · Whether leaders have the requisite leadership skills and characteristics, and vision to deliver radical transformation · Business leaders John believes are delivering on their own blueprint for radical business transformation · Cultivating meaning in leadership · The power of 'Impact Unicorns' · How we shift thinking to an approach based on more sustainable wealth creation ·  How John’s Radical Transformation blueprint helps companies grow · Creating and mobilising meaning and value in an organisation · The social contract theory in action in business To learn more about John and the work he does go to: www.brandnewview.com  If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
48:16
July 15, 2022
The New P&L speaks to Alex Barker, Co-author - How to: Be More Pirate; Speaker; Coach
This week’s guest is the awesome Alex Barker. Alex is co-author of the brilliant book, How to: Be More Pirate and a keynote speaker and coach at the 'Be More Pirate' consultancy - an organisation that works with businesses to help them reclaim their power, purpose and potential. We discuss with Alex: · What to do if you are a free thinker, a pirate, within an organisation that doesn’t share or understand those characteristics · The cultural norms and structures needed to define a business in order to set the foundations for pirates to flourish within an organisation · How business leaders tap into the reserve of creative thinking they developed over the course of the pandemic to build the foundations for a culture of radical thinking · Why some leaders might fear a pirate approach in business · Whether self-awareness is the biggest inhibitor to adoption of more pirate thinking · If pirate thinking within teams could also lead to silo thinking To learn more, go to www.bemorepirate.com  If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
43:07
July 04, 2022
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Ruling over our Restlessness
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT we break down and analyse a couple of the key point made by last week's guest, Oliver Percovich, founder and Executive Director of Skateistan.  We discuss the role of restlessness in our professional lives - how purpose helps to calm it, and why we need to transfer it from 'gut to guide' to help it drive our entrepreneurial journey.  If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
10:22
June 22, 2022
The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business speaks to Oliver Percovich, founder & Executive Director of Skateistan
This week’s guest on The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast is the awesome Oliver Percovich, founder and Executive Director of Skateistan. A lifelong skateboarder, Oliver moved to Afghanistan from Australia in 2007 when his then girlfriend took a job in Kabul. Looking to explore, he would skate the city, and street-working kids would follow him around and ask to try. In 2008, Oliver founded Skateistan, a grassroots 'Sport for Development' project on the streets of Kabul. Today, Skateistan is an award-winning international organization with Skate Schools and programs running in Afghanistan, Cambodia, South Africa, Jordan, Lebanon and Belgium, to name a few. The organization is the first international development initiative to combine skateboarding with educational outcomes. Skateistan’s programs are for children aged 5 to 17 with a focus on girls, children living with disabilities and those from low-income backgrounds. Through their innovative programs, Skateistan aims to give children the opportunity to become leaders for a better world. W: http://skateistan.org/ Insta: @skateistan Twitter: @Skateistan If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
52:60
June 11, 2022
The New P&L TO THE POINT on why being comfortable is the enemy of being curious
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT we discuss the challenges of creating an environment that actively feeds our curiosity in a hybrid world of work.  One of the side benefits of when we all used to travel and commute to work every day and spend time in the office was the vast amount of mental, visual, ambient sound all around us all of the time - all of which provided a rich potential source for our curiosity and creativity.  In a new world where the commute and the office now solely or largely consists of working in the comfort of our own home, we have to be far more proactive about how we source the food that feeds our curiosity, which is ultimately so crucial to the future of business innovation.    If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe.  Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
13:33
June 07, 2022
The New P&L speaks to Céline Schillinger, Founder & CEO, We Need Social & Author of "Dare to Un-Lead: The Art of Relational Leadership in a Fragmented World"
This week’s guest on The New P&L podcast is the amazing Céline Schillinger, Founder and CEO of We Need Social and author of "Dare to Un-Lead. The Art of Relational Leadership in a Fragmented World". Céline is a multiple-award winning renowned leadership consultant who works with leaders and organisations across the globe, helping them to succeed and grow by engaging their clients, partners and employees.  We discuss with Céline: · The challenges of transforming a business with a ‘top-down hegemony’ · The mistakes some leaders make when delivering their vision and communicating with stakeholders · Why leadership has become obsolete in most organisations · The six crises that have led to the evolution of society from an industrial one to a knowledge based one · The competing characteristics of leaders · How to manage the ‘fragmentation of expectations’ we experience in business today · French sociologist, Emile Durkheim’s concept of the 'cult of the individual’ and why it is relevant to today’s business world · How we can allow creativity and innovation to flourish in a hybrid world To learn more: Website: weneedsocial.com/   Book: amazon.com/author/celineschillinger   YouTube: goo.gl/BQuamu   Email celine@weneedsocial.com Twitter: CelineSchill If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
43:51
May 24, 2022
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Connection Vs Connecting
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT we discuss the difference in business between 'connecting' and 'connection' and how the latter may help leaders and employers build a more compelling rationale for a more hybrid approach to the future of work - one based on providing a compelling reason for employees to come into the office some of the time, rather than approaching it from a point of compulsion.  If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
09:41
May 06, 2022
The New P&L speaks to Martin Edwards, CEO, Julia's House: National Charity of The Year 2022 - Great British Business Awards
This week’s guest on The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series is Martin Edwards – CEO of Julia’s House, provider of award-winning Children's Hospices in Dorset and Wiltshire in the UK. Julia's House is an award-winning children’s hospice charity dedicated to bringing comfort and care to families and children.  We discus with Martin: · Where Martin and his team drew inspiration and best practice from as they met the challenges of the pandemic head on · Why Julia’s House was awarded National Charity of the Year 2022 at the Great British Business Awards in April  · How Martin adjusted his own leadership style and approach to accommodate leading an organisation through a challenging time · Where Martin unexpectedly found leadership in Julia’s House over the course of the pandemic · How Martin and his leadership team ensure their empathy, emotion · How Julia’s House has maintained its position in the ‘Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For’ for an incredible 13 consecutive years · Why Martin describes himself as a Chief Agitating Officer rather than Chief Executive Officer To find out more and dontate: www.juliashouse.org Join The New P&L Movement for more Principled Leadership and more Purpose-Led Businesses: www.principlesandleadership.com Insta:  @principlesandleadership LinkedIn: LinkedIn/company/principlesandleadership Twitter: @TheNewPandL
38:57
April 22, 2022
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Being Super Conscious about being Super Present
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT we discuss the importance of being super conscious about being super present in more moments in business and in our personal lives and the benefits it can bring us and our businesses.  If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
09:60
April 10, 2022
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Moral Attention and the many mini-moral judgements we make in Business
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT we discuss one of the key points raised in last week's Deep Discussion Interview with Olivia Gambelin, Founder & CEO of Ethical Intelligence Associates: the importance of the philosophy of Moral Attention and the lessons it can offer business leaders. If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
09:39
April 04, 2022
The New P&L speaks to Olivia Gambelin, Founder & CEO of Ethical Intelligence Associates
This week’s guest is the awesome Olivia Gambelin, Founder & CEO of Ethical Intelligence Associates and Advisory Board Member of Ethical AI Governance Group. Based in Silicon Valley, Olivia is an AI ethicist who works with entrepreneurs to ensure emerging technology is designed with human values at the core. We discuss with Olivia: · What defines an ethical approach to AI · Who defines the human values that are used as the foundation for AI development · Companies who are getting the AI balance right · What an effective regulation model for AI might look like · The challenges of bias in AI · Whether AI is a form of a ‘data colonialism’ in the developing world · What companies need to do to keep a culture of explosive or accelerated innovation after an inspirational leader departs · How can we use AI to inspire more principled leadership · Whether there are industries that AI shouldn’t be involved in To learn more about what Olivia does, go to: www.ethicalintelligence.co/ www.oliviagambelin.com   Tw: @oliviagambelin Tw: @ethicalai_co Join The New P&L Movement for more Principled Leadership and more Purpose-Led Businesses: www.principlesandleadership.com Insta:  @principlesandleadership LinkedIn: LinkedIn/company/principlesandleadership Twitter: @TheNewPandL
38:33
March 25, 2022
The New P&L TO THE POINT on The Power of Choice
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT we discuss one of the points raised in last week's Deep Discussion Interview with Clifford Starks, former MMA UFC Cage Fighter and now Transcriptional Coach - the Power of Choice.   If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
09:35
March 18, 2022
The New P&L speaks to Clifford Starks, former Mixed Martial Arts UFC Cage fighter, now Transformational Leadership Coach
This week’s guest is the phenomenal Clifford Starks.  Clifford is a former professional athlete and highly successful Mixed Martial Arts UFC Cage fighter. After he retired from his professional cage fighting career, Clifford took all the hard-learned lessons from his professional sporting career and begun his own entrepreneurial career as a transformational coach and leadership development mentor, helping business leaders and entrepreneurs to refine their resilience, improve their performance and manage their minds using his Power of 6 transformation methodology.  We discuss with Clifford: · ‘The Power of 6’ from Clifford’s Total Alignment Programme · What a professional life looks like when ‘in flow’ · How Clifford applies the core characteristics from his time as a UFC cage fighter in his career as an entrepreneur and transformation coach · How we unlock our mental resilience · Clifford’s own mental regime · Whether there is an inherent conflict in business leadership today · Who Clifford’s own mentors are · How is leadership defined · Beating limiting self-doubts and beliefs Website: https://cliffordstarks.com/ FB: @cliffordstarks4 Tw:  https://twitter.com/cliffordstarks1 Join The New P&L Movement for more Principled Leadership and more Purpose-Led Businesses: www.principlesandleadership.com Insta:  @principlesandleadership LinkedIn: LinkedIn/company/principlesandleadership Twitter: @TheNewPandL
41:59
March 11, 2022
The New P&L TO THE POINT on why we need to commit to accepting failure
On this week’s episode of The New P&L TO THE POINT we breakdown and discuss one of the key points from our 'Why we need Audacious & Resilient Leadership more than ever' Roundtable panel discussion. We consider fear of failure and why you need to own the mistakes you make in business, as well as why it is so important to create a culture that embraces the 'fail and learn' approach to innovation and growth.  If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
11:23
March 03, 2022
SPECIAL EPISODE: The New P&L Roundtable: Why we need Audacious & Resilient Leadership more than ever
Welcome to a very special episode of The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series: our first Roundtable Discussion for 2022 and focused on 'Why we need Audacious & Resilient Leadership more than ever'.  We are very proud and excited to have NTT Research, Inc – part of the Japanese global telecommunications giant, NTT Group, as sponsor of this fantastic and important Roundtable Discussion.  President & CEO of Silicon Valley-based NTT Research, Kazuhiro Gomi, joins us on the Roundtable panel and is joined by two other incredible guests: Franziska Dolak, Global Head Digital Services & Applications at Siemens Smart Infrastructure and John Harris – CEO of Worldwide Partners inc, the world’s largest global network of independent advertising agencies. Our fantastic panel – all thought leaders and authorities in their own industries will be discussing what Audacious & Resilient Leadership looks like in business today and lessons to be learned from how each of their industries is responding to the challenges and opportunities we face as we come out of the pandemic; as well as how Audacious & Resilient Leadership can help unpin a leader’s ability to see the opportunity rather than the challenge in front of them. To download the Discussion Paper: https://bit.ly/34S84P0  To join The New P&L movement: www.principlesandleadership.com  Kazuhiro  Gomi episode on The New P&L: https://bit.ly/3H8I279 Franziska Dolak episode on The New P&L: https://bit.ly/3sW6ymN John Harris episode on The New P&L:  https://bit.ly/3BFM7hL LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/principlesandleadership/ Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership
01:07:35
February 21, 2022
The New P&L speaks to Deb Gallo, Learning & Development Director at global cyber-security enterprise, SentinelOne
This week on The New P&L Deep Discussion we speak to Deb Gallo, Learning & Development Director at SentinelOne. Deb is an enthusiastic leader, coach and learning professional who believes that in the right environment, everyone has the potential to grow and thrive. In her current L&D role at Sentinelone, a fast growing recently IPO’d global cyber security organisation, she is working on building the learning function and strategies for enabling a culture of learning throughout the rapidly scaling organisation. Prior to joining Sentinelone Deb held a Learning and Organizational Development role at Netflix, Deb cultivated a learning culture and built our the EMEA regional learning team, while supporting inclusion and diversity projects. She is co-author of the Learning & Development Certificate Program and faculty member at AIHR Academy, and a proud member of the launch team for ING's Inclusive Leadership Journey (ILJ), an award-winning development program for ING's top 50 women globally. We discuss with Deb: · How to create learning and development programmes at a hyper-growth  business · The role of a CEO in facilitating a culture of learning · What businesses need to do to equip employees with the ability to learn in a professional environment · Gamification in professional learning · What Deb thinks the gaps are in educating professionals · Why learning doesn’t stop in leadership · Teaching creativity and critical thinking · The challenges with weaving the outcomes of ‘moment in time’ workshops into a company cultures · Is the traditional MBA still fit for purpose · Cross-cultural learning and development infrastructures for global organisations Deb's LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deboragallo/ To join The New P&L movement: www.principlesandleadership.com 
41:20
February 18, 2022
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Being Your Own GOAT (Greatest Of All Time)
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT, we discuss Kelly Slater - the world's most successful male surfer ever, and his winning of the Billabong Pro Pipeline surfing competition in Hawaii earlier this week - a competition he won at an incredible 49 years old (he turned 50 the day this podcast was recorded).  We discuss what it takes to be a GOAT - Greatest Of All Time and how we believe Kelly Slater has achieved his phenomenal caraeer through having a constant commitment to being the 'Best Kelly Slater' first - focusing constantly on his emotional, mental, spiritual and nutritional needs. The episode goes on to discuss what lessons business leaders and entrepreneurs can take awake from high achievers like Kelly Slater.  If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
10:00
February 13, 2022
The New P&L speaks to Jason Jacobs, Director, Te Mana Consortium / Strategic eSports Entertainment
This week on The New P&L we speak to the awesome Jason Jacobs. A former PGA professional caddy travelling the world for many years and working with many of the world’s top golfers, Jason is now founder of both the Te Mana Consortium and Strategic esports Entertainment in his homeland of Aotearoa New Zealand. The central principle of Te Mana Consortium is an intergenerational philosophy, centered around people-culture and design that helps to connect community development, vocational opportunities and the development of sustainable lifestyle and business practices. And with Strategic eSports Entertainment Jason blends Indigenous Innovation based on his Māori culture with digital technology to help ensure storytelling in the gaming world remains authentic, real, and connected and one that creates a meaningful journey for Matauranga Māori (Māori  knowledge) and technology. Jason is also a member of Catalyst 2030 - is a global movement of social entrepreneurs and social innovators from all sectors who share the common goal of creating innovative, people-centric approaches to attain the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Jason starts and ends our conversation with two beautiful Māori karakia/prayers, which I encourage all our listeners to take a moment to tune into. We discuss with Jason: · The background to Jason establishing his businesses, Te Mana Consortium and Strategic Esports Entertainment both of which hold Indigenous Innovation at the heart of their approach to business · Jason’s learnings in terms of resilience, performance and determination from his time on the PGA world golf tour and how he transferred these to his experience in business · How Jason’s Māori culture plays a fundamental role in his perspective on life  · Exciting developments in Indigenous Entrepreneurship · Jason’s view on why businesses seem to have so many challenges with culture today · What the principles are that define leadership from a Māori world view · Leaders who have influenced Jason’s approach to life To learn more about Te Mana Consortium, go to: bhttps://temanacc.com
59:28
February 03, 2022
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Discovering your Intrinsic Motivation
On this week’s episode of The New P&L TO THE POINT we breakdown and discuss one of the key points from our discussion with the incredible Dr Ruth Gotian. Ruth is the Chief Learning Officer and former Assistant Dean of Mentoring and Executive Director of the Mentoring Academy at Weill Cornell Medicine at Cornell university. In the research for her brilliant new book, The Success Factor, Ruth studied and interviewed extreme high achievers, including Nobel Prize winners, astronauts, Olympic champions to figure out what has made them so successful, the mindset and skill set of peak performers and how the rest of us can learn how to also achieve at this level. In this episode we discuss why we need to seek out and understand our intrinsic motivations and passions and then use them to guide our personal and professional lives and businesses towards success. If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
11:59
January 26, 2022
The New P&L Monthly Business Book Review Club speaks to Dr. Ruth Gotian, Author of The Success Factor; Chief Learning Officer, Weill Cornell Medicine; Thinkers50 RADAR Award 2021 recipient
The New P&L Monthly Business Book Review Club series is sponsored by Carroll Consultancy Group – who are focused on dramatically developing people, performance and profits. If you want to accelerate your business growth in 2022, go to www.carrollconsultancy.com or connect via the links in the notes that accompany this podcast. In this month’s episode of The New P&L Business Book Review Club we speak to the incredible Dr Ruth Gotian. Ruth is the Chief Learning Officer and former Assistant Dean of Mentoring and Executive Director of the Mentoring Academy at Weill Cornell Medicine at Cornell university. Ruth has been hailed by the journal Nature and Columbia University as an expert in mentorship and leadership development.  In 2021, Ruth was selected as one of 30 people worldwide to be named to the Thinkers50 Radar List, dubbed the Oscars of management thinking. Recently, Ruth also won the Thinkers50 Distinguished Achievement - Radar Award given to a “thinker with the potential to change the world of theory and practice” which cemented her place as the #1 emerging management thinker in the world. She is also a semi-finalist for the Forbes50 Over 50 list. In her research for her brilliant new book, The Success Factor, which officially launches later this week, Ruth studied and interviewed extreme high achievers, including Nobel Prize winners, astronauts, Olympic champions to figure out what has made them so successful, the mindset and skill set of peak performers and how the rest of us can learn how to also achieve at this level.  We discuss with Ruth: · What defines resilience in a business context · How high performers master their minds · The problems with appraisals · Whether high achievers drifted into, or were determined to always be what they became · Why we should do something important not just interesting in our careers · What defines success · what incentives motivate high achievers · Marco- and micro-motivations · How we can recognise our intrinsic motivations · Conducting a passion audit If you’d like to learn about what ruth does and her writing on leadership and success go to www.ruthgotian.com Ruth’s Gotian’s professional passion audit: www.ruthgotian.com/passionaudit To order The Success Factor: https://amzn.to/3ap0SJa Thank you once again to The Carroll Consultancy, our sponsors of The New P&L Business Book Review Club, The Carroll Consultancy is focused on dramatically developing people, performance and profits. If you want to accelerate your business growth, go to www.carrollconsultancy.com. If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news, go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
42:30
January 20, 2022
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Breaking the Imposter Syndrome Cycle
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT we break down and analyse our conversation with the inimitable Dov Baron who was the guest on last week show. Dov is known as the “The Actualizer” and is considered to be the leading global authority on actualized leadership – which is defined as getting the results you set out to achieve in the most meaningful manner.  In this episode, host Paul discusses how to change the perception and the reality of Impostor Syndrome – a challenge so many of us in business face every day. Join The New P&L movement for more principled leadership and more purpose-led businesses: www.principlesandleadership.com 
07:49
January 14, 2022
The New P&L speaks to Dov Baron, ‘The Actualizer’; Global Conscious Leadership Authority; Best-selling Author; Host of the #1 Fortune500 Podcast – ‘Leadership & Loyalty’
This week on The New P&L we speak to the legendary Dov Baron. Dov is one of the world’s foremost conscious leadership experts. He is known as the “The Actualizer”, and is considered to be the leading authority on actualized leadership – which is defined as getting the results you set out to achieve in the most meaningful manner.   Dov guides some of the world top business leaders on how to recognise and nurture the top talent hidden in their organisations, build powerful corporate cultures and accelerate the development of their own authentic leadership skill set. Dov believes the world needs more leaders committed to living their purpose, standing in their truth, and empowering others to find their fire and do the same. As respected and sort after leadership speaker, Dov has spoken on stages across the globe including the United Nations, The World Management Forum, The New York National Speakers Association, and The Servant Leadership Institute. He is also a best-selling author, popular media commentator, podcast host of the #1 fortune 500 podcast – Leadership & Loyalty and has been ranked as a top 100 leadership speaker by Inc Magazine and a Top 30 Global Leadership Guru. We discuss with Dov: 1. Why an emotional source code starts with curiosity 2. How to harness our emotional source code in a positive way 3. How leader extracts the most out of their strengths by trading off their weaknesses? 4. What defines authentic leadership 5. Whether we master our minds or just master many moments 6. What leadership characteristics are needed for the future of business 7. The Anatomy of Meaning 8. The challenges of Impostor Syndrome 9. How our psychology becomes your physiology 10. The importance of ‘super present’ leadership To learn more about the work Dov does, go to: www.dovbaron.com To purchase Dov Baron’s books: https://amzn.to/3F596TN To join The New P&L movement: www.principlesandleadership.com 
01:01:42
January 07, 2022
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Thoughts & Views for 2022
In this episode of The New P&L TO THE POINT we discuss our thoughts and views on 2022.
08:56
December 30, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Key Themes from a Year in Review
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT we discuss a couple of the reoccurring themes that have featured across the nearly 100 episodes we have released in 2021. We also thank our many listeners of The New P&L for all of your support during this year and for those who are still with us from the beginning, for all of your support over the last two years since we launched in October 2019. We grateful to all of you for your support, the conversations we have had, the feedback received and most of all for your belief in The New P&L and the global movement we are trying to build based on The New P&L – more principled leadership and more purpose-led business. As listeners each one of you play a key role in this movement, listening, amplifying and taking principled and purposeful actions in the ways you lead and run your business. We thank you. Join The New P&L movement: www.principlesandleadership.com 
10:48
December 22, 2021
The New P&L speaks to Dr Nelisha Wickremasinghe - Founding Director, The Dialogue Space; Associate Fellow at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School
This week on The New P&L Deep Discussion interview we speak to Dr Nelisha Wickremasinghe, founding Director and lead practitioner at the Dialogue Space. Nelisha works as a psychologist, writer, educator and organisational change consultant, and has worked across diverse contexts of human development for 30 years. Nelisha is also currently an Associate Fellow at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School where she facilitates sessions for business leaders on the neuro-biology of personal and team resilience. We discuss: · What the major organisational psychology challenges are that we face in the return to the office · The need for conscious leadership · Threat Brain and Safe Brain · The hierarchies of toughness · How all behaviours start in our bodies not in our minds · The central tenets of the neurobiology of team resilience as it applies to business · The rebalancing of the relationship between employer and employee · What happens to us psychologically when technology has effectively become our line manager To learn more about what Nelisha does, please go to: www.thedialoguespace.co.uk  Join The New P&L Movement for more Principled Leadership and more Purpose-Led Businesses: www.principlesandleadership.com Insta:  @principlesandleadership LinkedIn: LinkedIn/company/principlesandleadership Twitter: @TheNewPandL
44:30
December 16, 2021
The New P&L speaks to Lisa Thee, Lead - Data for Good Practice, Launch Consulting Group; Cyber Safety Advocate, Board Director
This week on The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series we speak to Lisa Thee. Lisa is a Top 50 Global Thought Leader for AI, Privacy and Safety with vast experience in delivering and solving complex business technology, governance, privacy and risk challenges at scale. Lisa consults to some of the world's most innovative healthcare, and global technology companies. She is the CEO and Co-Founder of Minor Guard, an Artificial Intelligence software company focused on making children safer online and in real life. Lisa is also a keynote speaker and has won a number of awards and accolades including ‘Top Thought Leaders and Influencers - Health and Safety, Privacy, and AI in 2021’; ‘Thinkers 360: Women in Business you should Follow’ and the 2022 ‘Top 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics in 2022’ global list. We discuss with Lisa: · The  core values that unpin her work · What tech companies can and should do to minimise the impact of bias · The challenges of removing bias in the AI development process · AI as a tool not a solution · Demystifying AI in the Enterprise · What responsibilities some big tech businesses have in return for their near monopoly positions · Where we remain more than the sum of our data cells in the future? · Lisa’s entrepreneurial journey · The role of mentorship in her journey If you would like to learn more about Lisa and her work, go to: www.lisathee.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisathee/
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December 09, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Three A's of the Pandemic for Businesses
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT, we discuss something we have been thinking about a lot over the last few months as it relates to business and the pandemic. Although the world is starting to open up again slowly in many places, the emergence of the highly new Omicron variant in recent weeks would suggest we still have a long way to go before we see the end of the tunnel when it comes to the virus and its impact on both our personal and professional lives. So, in today’s episode on The New P&L TO THE POINT we discuss what we believe to be Three A’s of the Pandemic for Businesses so far and how they set the foundations for the fourth 'A' for the future. If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe.
09:35
December 03, 2021
The New P&L Business Book Review Club speaks to Dr Andrew YJ Kim, author of Culture for the Left-Brained Leader
This month on The New P&L Business Book Review Club sponsored by The Carroll Consultancy we speak to  Dr Andrew YJ Kim on his brilliant new book, ‘Culture for the Left-Brained Leader’ Andrew is the co-founder of Culture ‘n Strategy – an advisory business that helps scale-ups and fast-growing companies navigate their growth journey. He specialises in a synchronised approach to strategy and culture - a complex interaction between two business topics that are difficult to navigate. Drawing on Andrew’s own extensive experience guiding businesses through strategic culture transformations, Culture for the Left-Brained Leader walks business leaders and management through a series of methodical processes, techniques and programmes to help them rebuild powerful cultures at the heart of their businesses. We discuss with Andrew: · Why Andrew chose to draw a direct link between culture and productivity as the foundation for the book · How leader ensures that the culture she or he is building is one based on a positive approach productivity · Why leaders need to build a ‘People First’ infrastructure · Whether we can measure and quantify and measure the contribution culture makes · How a global brand manages its core values and local culture values · Who the most important advocates/ambassadors for culture within a business are · What the key characteristics are in order for collaboration to thrive · The first signs that a good company culture is going bad Website: www.culturenstrategy.com Purchase ‘Culture for the Left-Brained Leader’: https://amzn.to/30T9ff7 Connect with Andrew Kim: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-yj-kim/ Thank you once again to The Carroll Consultancy, our sponsors of The New P&L Business Book Review Club, The Carroll Consultancy is focused on dramatically developing people, performance and profits. If you want to accelerate your business growth, go to www.carrollconsultancy.com If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
47:30
November 25, 2021
The New P&L speaks to Chrissy Levett, Founder & Creative Director of Creative Conscience
This week on The New P&L we speak to the phenomenal Chrissy Levett – Founder & Creative Director of Creative Conscience, a global movement set up to empower, reward, train and support the creative industry to use its talents for social & environmental impact. A TEDX speaker, visiting lecturer in many universities around the world and multiple industry awards for her branding and design work, Chrissy believes creative thinking is vital for us to solve the world’s greatest challenges. We discuss with Chrissy: · The story behind the creation of Creative Conscience · Whether we can harness this collective creative spirit at scale · The definition of ‘positive activism’ · If social purpose should be woven into all businesses · What social innovation can teach corporate innovation · Testing assumptions before activating creativity · If we are doing too much ‘radical creative thinking’ and not enough ‘radical creative doing’ · What for you constitutes great creative leadership in Business To learn more about Creative Conscience, go to: www. creative-conscience.org.uk Join The New P&L Movement for more Principled Leadership and more Purpose-Led Businesses: www.principlesandleadership.com Insta:  @principlesandleadership LinkedIn: LinkedIn/company/principlesandleadership Twitter: @TheNewPandL
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November 19, 2021
The New P&L SPECIAL EPISODE: A Fair COP? Thoughts on leadership at COP26
This week's The New P&L is a special COP26 episode in recognition of the COP26 Summit in currently running in Glasgow, UK. We discuss: · The New P&L’s key leadership take-ways from COP26 · Why COP26 is unlike any of its predecessors · How the pandemic demonstrated what can actually be achieved when genuine urgency meets the genuine intention + will + imagination · Why the problem is not the environmental crisis · The power of intentional, willful, imaginative collective action · The evidence there is to suggest that leaders haven’t quite embraced the opportunity COP26 has presented · How COP leaders have let down our global indigenous communities · When trust, integrity and hope are the first casualties · Delivering more than words at Summits If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
12:31
November 11, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Inclusive Belonging Equals Higher Performance
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT we break down and analyse our conversation with the phenomenal Owen Eastwood, high performance coach to some of the world’s most recognised sports teams and business brands and author of the outstanding new book Belonging – The Ancient Code of Togetherness. In his book Belonging, Owen discusses the Māori idea of Whakapapa - which embodies our universal human need to belong and is a powerful spiritual belief that each of us is part of an unbroken and unbreakable chain of people who share a sacred identity and culture. Owen places the concept of Whakapapa at the heart of his approach to maximise a businesses and a team's performance.  Today on The New P&L, Paul discusses: · the link between inclusion, belonging and performance · belonging as a basic human need · belonging an opportunity for business leaders. · creating cultures of empowerment, ownership and responsibility · why we all (not just leaders) have a key role to play in building an inclusive business · the micro-aggressions that forcefully mitigate against the development of great business cultures built on powerful values · the commercial benefits to belonging and inclusion · Owen’s work with the England football team before Euro 2020 At The New P&L Brand Purpose Institute we work with business leaders, employees and entrepreneurs just like you and empower them to build brands with purpose, on purpose. We do this through an extensive range of workshops, consultancy and strategic counsel and keynote presentations. If you want to discuss how to build a brand with purpose on purpose, please don’t hesitate to get it touch at principlesandleadership.com! Join The New P&L Movement for more Principled Leadership and more Purpose-Led Businesses: www.principlesandleadership.com Insta:  @principlesandleadership LinkedIn: LinkedIn/company/principlesandleadership Twitter: @TheNewPandL
11:36
November 04, 2021
The New P&L Business Book Review Club speaks to Owen Eastwood, author of ‘Belonging – The Ancient Code of Togetherness’
Today on The New P&L Business Book Review Club, sponsored by The Carroll Consultancy Group, we speak to renowned performance coach Owen Eastwood, author of ‘Belonging – The Ancient Code of Togetherness’ Owen is focused on building high performance cultures and teams and has worked with some of the most recognised teams and brands in the world including the England Football team, South African Cricket team, the British Olympic squad and NATO, as well as a number of leading global business brands Belonging considers the Māori concept of Whakapapa, which embodies our universal human need to belong and is a powerful spiritual belief that each of us is part of an unbroken and unbreakable chain of people who share a sacred identity and culture. Owen places the concept of Whakapapa at the heart of his approach to maximise a business’s and a team's performance. We discuss with Owen: - the essence of the Māori concept of Whakapapa - how Whakapapa forms a core foundation of Owen’s work - whether there is an optimal environment for performance - the chemical / biological / physical reactions that occur within the human mind and body when we feel we belong to a group - how you maintain culture and performance when new people come into teams or groups - who is ultimately responsible for recognising how a legacy and culture is evolving and acting as the guardian of it - how Owen ensures new entrants into a business or sports team understand the depth of commitment to Whakapapa or its origin story - how leaders ensure cultural commitment to purpose and evolution in the face of more immediate commercial and operational challenges Thank you once again to The Carroll Consultancy, our sponsors of The New P&L Business Book Review Club, The Carroll Consultancy is focused on dramatically developing people, performance and profits. If you want to accelerate your business growth, go to www.carrollconsultancy.com. To purchase a copy of Belonging, go to: To follow Owen Eastwood, go to: https://www.linkedin.com/in/owen-eastwood-4867a39/ If you’d like to join our movement at The New P&L and keep up to date with all our latest news go to www.principlesandleadership.com and subscribe. Twitter: @TheNewPandL Insta: @principlesandleadership LinkedIn page: Principlesandleadership
51:51
October 28, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on The Importance of Learning to 'Read the Room'
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT we break down and analyse our conversation with the marketing legend that is David Sable, former global CEO of Young & Rubicam - one of the world’s leading global marketing communications companies. David is also a Global Marketer; Strategic Advisor to multiple start-ups and brands, sort-after Motivational Speaker and now also Founder of new start-up Doable. This The New P&L TO THE POINT episode discusses: · why we might be losing the ability to learning to ‘read a room’ in meetings · the real power of reading a room · the other softer business skills also under threat · why full-time office-based work is no longer realistic · thinking about Why and What before How in the return to workspaces and offices · rethinking and re-imagining the approach to hybrid working · starting with opportunities, not challenges Join The New P&L Movement for more Principled Leadership and more Purpose-Led Businesses: www.principlesandleadership.com Insta:  @principlesandleadership LinkedIn: LinkedIn/company/principlesandleadership Twitter: @TheNewPandL
09:55
October 27, 2021
The New P&L speaks to David Sable - former global CEO of Young and Rubicam; Global Marketer; Strategic Advisor; Motivational Speaker
This week on The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series we are speak to the phenomenal David Sable - former global CEO of Young & Rubicam - one of the world’s leading global marketing communications companies; Global Marketer; Strategic Advisor to multiple start-ups and brands, sort-after Motivational Speaker and now also Founder of new start-up Doable. An early digital entrepreneur, David is a genuine industry thought leader and is called on from brands around the world for his marketing and digital expertise.  And finally, and incidentally, David is also a die-hard The Doors fan which also happens to be my favourite all-time band! We discuss with David: · how David defines creativity in a business context · whether we are outsourcing our curiosity to an algorithm · how we reengage our natural curiosity · the aggregate effect of the pandemic on creativity · what will happen to us psychologically over time when technology effectively becomes our line manager · the mundane vs the creative activities at work · how business leaders lead with curiosity and inquiry rather than assumption · hubris in leadership · David's favourite The Doors album and why! To follow David on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dsable/ To join The New P&L Movement for more principled leadership and purpose-led business please go to www.principlesandleadership.com Insta:  @principlesandleadership LinkedIn: LinkedIn/company/principlesandleadership Twitter: @TheNewPandL
56:55
October 21, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT on Doing What’s Right and Doing it Well
This week on The New P&L TO THE POINT we break down and analyse our conversation with the incredible Stefania Di Bartolomeo, Founder and CEO of Physis Investment, an incredibly exciting impact investment start-up with offices in the US and Italy. Stefania founded Physis Investment with the vision of bringing greater transparency to the financial industry. Its mission is to help investors understand, track, and measure the impact of their portfolios and works with asset managers and investment institutions who believe that their financial assets portfolio can and should deliver more than just a financial impact – they can also have a positive and sustainable impact too – on the environment and for society. We discuss: · entrepreneurial tenacity · the desire to ‘do what’s right and to do it well’ · the entrepreneur and the delusion · why we need to cast a more the self-critical eye on our products · why it’s just not enough to simply do what’s right, but so it exceptionally well as well · confidence and trust as the foundations of integrity Insta:  @principlesandleadership LinkedIn: LinkedIn/company/principlesandleadership Twitter: @TheNewPandL
08:51
October 20, 2021
The New P&L speaks to Stefania Di Bartolomeo, Founder & CEO of Physis Investment
This week’s guest on The New P&L - Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series is Stefania Di Bartolomeo, Founder and CEO of Physis Investment, an incredibly exciting impact investment start-up with offices in the US and Italy. Stefania founded Physis Investment with the vision of bringing greater transparency to the financial industry. Its mission is to help investors understand, track, and measure the impact of their portfolios and works with asset managers and investment institutions who believe that their financial assets portfolio can and should deliver more than just a financial impact – they can also have a positive and sustainable impact too – on the environment and for society. Physis is aligned with global standards including the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Investment. Through these commitments, it aims to contribute to developing a more sustainable global financial system. We discuss with Stefania: · How aligning core values and principles with impact investment works in practice · How ESG is gradually moving from the perception of a compliance or reductionist model – companies needing to give up something - to one based on opportunity · How Physis ensures the companies they are assessing are not just offshoring to distort their ethical credentials · What link is most vulnerable to breaking in the sustainable investment model · At what point does a business become an ethical business · Algorithmic bias in impact investment analysis · Algorithms and intuition · What the aggregate effect of the pandemic will be on impact investing · The challenges of being a female founder in technology start-up · The importance of mentorship To learn more about what Stefania and her team do, go to www.physisinvestment.com To join The New P&L Movement for more principled leadership and purpose-led business please go to www.principlesandleadership.com Insta:  @principlesandleadership LinkedIn: LinkedIn/company/principlesandleadership Twitter: @TheNewPandL
34:21
October 14, 2021
The New P&L TO THE POINT: A Special Second Anniversary Episode: Two Key Lessons – Two Years On!
Welcome to this week’s The New P&L to the point – episode 154 – a special anniversary episode.  As we celebrate our two-anniversary of The New P&L Principles and leadership in Business podcast series this week, we are going to use this episode to discuss some of the key takeaways we have learnt from this amazing experience so far. In the last two years, we have published 154 episodes of The New P&L – Principles & Leadership in Business podcast series.  We’ve hosted nearly 130 guests on the show, produced and published 44 The New P&L to the point episodes, facilitated half a dozen round tables and each month, we are listened to by 1000s of business people, leaders and entrepreneurs in nearly 80 countries right across the globe. We have covered dozens and dozens of important topics and trends in business that impact on purpose, principles and leadership in business and offered to our listeners, via the wisdom of our guests, literally 1000s of insightful recommendations, observations, strategies and tactics; building an international reputation for digging deeper into the business topics that matter and earning ourselves a position in the top 5% of podcasts globally in the process. In this special second anniversary episode of The New P&L TO THE POINT, we discuss: · Two of the key lessons we’ve learned in the last two years · Our ‘Well of Resilience’ · The huge highs and lows on our entrepreneurial journey · Why entrepreneurs have to believe there is a better tomorrow · Harnessing resilience and using it to underpin our mindset and businesses · The importance of being intentional about curiosity and creativity in many moments · Being disciplined about creative thinking · How creativity rewards you for your discipline To join The New P&L Movement for more principled leadership and purpose-led business please go to www.principlesandleadership.com · Insta:  @principlesandleadership · LinkedIn: LinkedIn/company/principlesandleadership · Twitter: @TheNewPandL
11:46
October 11, 2021