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Leadership Worth Sharing podcast

Our Leadership Worth Sharing podcast champions the dedication, professionalism, quality and expertise of civil society leaders and the role and impact they and their organisations have in public life. The podcast has an interview format, with lively conversations with guests sharing their personal leadership experiences.

15 July 2019

Leadership worth sharing, episode #5: Ruth Taylor

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In this episode, Vicky Browning meets Ruth Taylor, CEO of the Abortion Support Network. ASN provides information and support for women from Northern Ireland, Malta and Gibraltar who need to travel abroad to access an abortion. They talk about the power of stories, the challenge of working with charity founders and how leaders need to work on the business, not in the business.
24 June 2019

Leadership worth sharing, episode #4: Duncan Dunlop

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In this episode, Vicky travels to Glasgow to meet Duncan Dunlop, chief executive of Who Cares? Scotland, the charity that supports, connects and advocates for care experienced people. They talk about listening to the voices of people with lived experience, how to turn an organisation into a movement, and what happens when you host a love rally on the streets of Glasgow.
3 June 2019

Leadership worth sharing, episode #3: Kate Lee

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In the third episode, Vicky meets Kate Lee, CEO of CLIC Sargent, to talk about the lies we tell ourselves that make us feel good as leaders, what true collaboration means, why we have to be brave in setting goals and learning from failure, and how we should be better at handling the hot potato that is charity chief executives’ salary.
13 May 2019

Leadership worth sharing, episode #2: Josh MacAlister

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In the second episode, Vicky meets Josh MacAlister, CEO of Frontline, to talk about why and how he started Frontline when he was still eligible for a young person’s railcard, how Nelson Mandela’s words helped him tackle his self-doubt and how real leadership is about enabling freedom and responsibility then getting out of the way.

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