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Published on: Monday 19th August 2019

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Windsor Leadership Academy Podcast Series

Welcome to our series of podcasts where we talk to senior leaders across different sectors on current challenges facing leaders today.

In our first podcast,  we talk to Oli Lewington, Director of Marketing & Communications, Cystic Fibrosis Trust and Sarah Hobbs, Managing Director, Talent & Potential. Oli and Sarah shares their personally lived experiences around diversity and inclusion and how it's really important to be able to bring your whole selves to work and for the work place to accept the whole selves of the employees.  The podcast follows a successful diversity and inclusion workshop in London as part of the Leadership Academy's continued support to alumni in professional development.

In our second podcast, Kate Lee, CEO CLIC Sargent talks candidly about her leadership style and the work in progress with the Cancer Coalition.

In our third podcast, we chat to Keith Leslie, Chair, Mental Health / Leadership Mentor and former partner Deloitte & McKinsey. As Chair of the Mental Health Foundation, Keith discusses why it's leaders' responsibilities for their people's mental health. He also shares the premise of his new book, 'Games Leaders Play' (due to be published mid 2020) ie key themes of leading change: driven off very public failures or accidents. Free resource on mental health is available on www.mhaw.uk.com and www.mentalhealth.org.uk

In our fourth podcast, The Very Revd Peter Bradley, The Dean of Sheffield, Sheffield Cathedral talks about his work with communities living in poverty and his motivation about bringing change to hardship communities.

Upcoming programme: 10 - 12 February 2021 (Developing Leaders Programme)

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