The Brilliance Realised Series
By Sheridan Worldwide
Sheridan Worldwide are delighted to launch the Brilliance Realised series, featuring conversations between coaches and guest experts exploring various topics including the future of work, generosity, conflict resolution and belonging and inclusion.
Why purpose matters
In the latest episode of the Sheridan Worldwide Brilliance Realised Podcast, host Catherine de la Poer leads a discussion about “why purpose matters? With guest, Dr Victoria Hurth, Visiting Fellow, Judge Business School; we explore what it means to be a purpose-led organisation, we consider, what’s stopping CEOs and their boards moving away from business-as-usual and define the first steps leaders need to take to reorientate towards purpose and by so doing unleash sustainability...people and planet.
June 14, 2022
The Social CHRO
Why HR leaders and the wider exec team, must become active participants on social and how to do it. With guests Damian Corbet, communications consultant and author of the Social C-suite and Chloe Palmer, Head of People at Accel.
April 12, 2022
The wellbeing advantage
A discussion about human wellbeing as a competitive advantage considering all aspects of the human system - mind, body and spirit. With guest Andy Holmes, Head of Global Wellbeing at Reckitt. We consider what orgs need to do to create healthy human systems at work, where people can not only survive but also thrive.
March 15, 2022
Why are we talking about equity?
What might it mean to give everyone access to fair and equal outcomes, at work? With guest Pauline Miller, Chief Equity Officer at Dentsu International, we define what equity is, and think about equity in the context of a post-Covid era, where the pace of change and new technology is fundamentally changing the way, we work.
February 25, 2022
How can we create better communities that close the gaps between people and avoid ‘othering’ in the workplace
How can we create better communities that close the gaps between people and avoid ‘othering’ in the workplace? Podcast host Sanchia Moraes spoke with guest Helen May, founder of Belonging at Work, to discuss communities within the workplace and how it can contribute to belonging and inclusion.
February 01, 2022
Mediation : Much to gain and little to lose
In the latest Brilliance Realised podcast, host Annette Andrews, Mediator and Executive Coach, is joined by David Whincup, Head of London Employment at Squire Patton Boggs. The topic of discussion today, Mediation: Much to gain, Little to lose. David’s comments are focused on the interplay of mediation and employment which he feels to be a valuable tool for both employer and employee. Tune in for more on his view that requiring mediation in a workplace dispute is a reasonable management request.
January 18, 2022
How can we help minority groups to find more belonging at work?
How can we help minority groups to find more belonging at work? Podcast host Sanchia Moraes spoke with guest Sarah Garrett, founder of SPM Group, to discuss how organisations and leaders can help minority groups find more belonging in the workplace.
December 07, 2021
Benefit of the Doubt & Empathy
Brilliance Realised podcast host Shannon Cassidy and guest Debbie Hart, Walt Disney World Resort, recently had a discussion on the benefit of doubt and empathy in relation to generosity in the workplace
November 23, 2021
What is the impact of Imposter Syndrome on Belonging at work?
What is the impact of imposter syndrome on belonging at work? Podcast host Sanchia Moraes spoke with guest Dr Margaret Collins, Author and imposter Syndrome specialist, to discuss imposter syndrome and how it can influence belonging & inclusion in the workplace. Listen to the latest Brilliance Realised podcast episode here.
November 09, 2021
Grounded in Gratitude
This week on the Brilliance Realised podcast, host Shannon Cassidy and Lisa Chang, Coca-Cola, discuss the role of generosity in the workplace and how being grounded in gratitude can be beneficial to employees and employers.
October 26, 2021
Brilliance Realised podcast host Shannon Cassidy and guest Annette Andrews, Sheridan Worldwide, recently discussed performance coaching and how it can be utilised to strengthen the workplace environment and overall leadership.
October 12, 2021
In our latest Brilliance Realised podcast, host Shannon Cassidy spoke with guest Angela Cassidy, formerly of London Stock Exchange Group now Sheridan Worldwide, to discuss the value and benefits of mentoring and sponsorship in the workplace.
September 14, 2021
Plan B – Talent of the Future
With our eyes firmly fixed on the future of work, podcast host Catherine de La Poer and guest experts Kimberly Maucher-Lynch, Workday, and Matthias Weber, Alfred Herrhausen Society, discuss Plan B– talent of the future.
September 07, 2021
Skills of the future
Podcast host Catherine De La Poer spoke with guests Ashtar Antoine, Diebold Nixdorf and Nigel Lowe, PA Consulting, to discuss the importance of soft skills and hard skills and why investing in re- skilling is so important right now.
August 31, 2021
This week on the Brilliance Realised podcast, host Shannon Cassidy and guest Helen May, sat down to discuss the role of effective feedback and how it contributes to generosity in the workplace.
August 24, 2021
Brilliance Realised podcast host Shannon Cassidy and guest Loraine Martins, Network Rail, recently discussed active listening and its purpose and benefits within the workplace.
August 17, 2021
The role of ACAS
This week on the Brilliance Realised podcast, hosts Annette Andrews and Caroline Sheridan and expert guest Julie Dennis, ACAS, discuss the role of ACAS within conflict resolution.
August 10, 2021
How can organisations operationalise psychological safety?
How can organisations operationalise psychological safety? Podcast host Catherine de La Poer and guest experts Professor Amy Edmondson, Harvard Business School, and Johnathan Gawthrop, Emcor UK, discuss the risks and opportunities that are presented by psychological safety.
July 27, 2021
HR mindsets & skill sets for the future
Today’s topic of discussion on the Brilliance Realised podcast is HR mindsets and skill sets for the future. Join podcast host Catherine de La Poer and guest experts Kirsten Furber, Channel 4, and Matt Burns, BentoHR, as they explore the pros and cons of a culture first approach versus a data first approach when building a future ready organisation.
July 20, 2021
Mediation a critical skill for Leaders & Managers
Today as we discuss conflict resolution, podcast hosts Annette Andrews and Caroline Sheridan are joined by Peter Cheese, CIPD, as they discuss mediation and whether it is a critical skill for leaders and managers. Listen now on the Brilliance Realised podcast.
July 13, 2021
Is Mediation the way forward?
Is Mediation the way forward? Join podcast hosts Annette Andrews and Caroline Sheridan as they discuss mediation in the workplace with special guest Sir Brendan Barber as part of our Conflict Resolution episode series. Listen now on the Brilliance Realised podcast
July 05, 2021
The future ready organisation is emotionally intelligent
Our second episode within the Future of Work series on the Brilliance Realised podcast, with host Catherine de La Poer, is now live! Featuring Vivienne Arts OBE, London Stock Exchange, and Keith Williams, KMW3, our guest experts discuss how the future ready organisation is emotionally intelligent.
June 28, 2021
Work from anywhere
What does the future of work look like? Podcast host Catherine de La Poer and guest experts Alex Westerdahl, Spotify, and James Stacey, Lloyds Banking Group (previously London Stock Exchange), discuss the hybrid model of working from anywhere in our launch episode in the Brilliance Realised Series. Join Catherine, Alex and James as they explore Spotify's Work from Anywhere programme and discuss why flexibility, autonomy and belonging, all deeply human experience.
June 21, 2021