Making conversations count podcast
This podcast is an opportunity for business leaders to reflect on one conversation that became a turning point in their career. Join host Wendy Harris each episode as she chats to guests to establish why this one moment was so important to them, and what followed.
We are joined by Andrew Deighton today, who helps build and develop high performing teams through strategy and processes in today’s remote working world.
Wendy has worked with Andrew in a second business through mentoring and knows firsthand how his advice relates to many aspects of running a business. Andrew shares his time at Rolls Royce which leads to his pivotal moment.
This conversation discusses different opportunities and how they can positively affect your business, work/life balance and your family.
Let us introduce you to Jenny Procter, a marketing consultant and self-proclaimed introvert. Jenny writes PR and communications for B2B clients and has her own podcast show, and she discusses issues around running her own business as an entrepreneur.
Jenny says she much prefers to be host than guest but, in this episode, Jenny shares her love for conversation and how powerful it can be with connecting to your audience.
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In Jenny’s pivotal moment we hear an age-old dilemma – Should I? Should she what…?!
In this episode, Wendy is joined by Managing Partner, Azam Mamujee a tax specialist with a voice of velvet. Azam agrees that conversations count however he explains how numbers can tell a much more powerful story. He has a catch phrase “Give Azam the facts, I’ll save you the Tax”.
Influence marketeer Nat Schooler joins Wendy as they chat about how important it is to produce strategic content online. Nat spends his time podcasting, writing, and driving across foreign continents for fun. However, their conversation quickly turns to the importance of building relationships with the people you want to work with. Nat places trust as the highest asset everyone should nurture.
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