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The Inspiring Change Podcast

Scott McInnes

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The Inspiring Change Podcast

The Inspiring Change Podcast

Scott McInnes

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Welcome to the Inspiring Change Podcast. I wanted to create a platform through which I could talk to leaders in Ireland and further afield about their views on internal communications, employee engagement, change and leadership.And I wanted to be able to share that with others who may be interested in hearing those views - so The Inspiring Change Podcast was born** IF YOU'VE ENJOYED THIS, PLEASE LEAVE A SHORT REVIEW**

Latest Episodes

Episode 40 - Covid Chats with Katie Macauley, Chuck Gose and Mike Klein

"During times of change, leaders need to be the truth tellers" Katie Macauley, Chuck Gose and MIke Klein, podcast guests and hosts, joined me for this episode of the podcast. We discussed what the world will look like for IC Teams post-Covid, the role of leaders as communicators and much more. * Ambiguity, uncertainty, precariousness and progress * Companies that are truly values led will thrive * The rise in employee activism * To listen more closely, ditch the annual survey

45 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 40 - Covid Chats with Katie Macauley, Chuck Gose and Mike Klein

Episode 39 - Ryan Campbell, Keynote Speaker and Author

"Adversity becomes a learning opportunity if you know how to process it" At 19 Ryan became the youngest person to fly around the world. 2 years later, a horrific plane crash left him paralysed and in a wheelchair. Six months in hospital and 18 months in rehab later, he learned to walk again. * Why are people resistant to change? * Worrying about the uncontrollable * Checklist for navigating change – Gratitude, Confidence and Resilience * Change and challenge is personal - it isn’t a competitio

43 MINMAY 25
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Episode 39 - Ryan Campbell, Keynote Speaker and Author

Episode 38 - Aisling Press, Head of Branch Banking, Danske Bank UK

Aisling has worked in banking for over 30 years, 29 of those in AIB, one of Ireland's main pillar banks. Since 2016 she's been the Head of Branch Banking at Danske Bank UK, Northern Ireland's largest bank where she leads a team of 400 people. * Culture and retail banking * Leaders and their role in driving great culture * Values, behaviors and recognition are key * Maintaining motivation during change * Leaders need to translate key messages

33 MINMAY 2
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Episode 38 - Aisling Press, Head of Branch Banking, Danske Bank UK

Ep37 - Jane Sparrow, MD, The Culture Builders

"People aren’t after more communication, they’re after more connection" Jane started her career in the corporate world including stints at IBM and Sony (where she was Director of Engagement and Change) before setting up The Culture Builders in 2011. She's also a published author. * The remote working trap * 3 pillars of culture * Connection is more important than ever * Repetition is key * Practical hints and tips * There’s learning at home too * There is a silver lining to this cloud.

38 MINAPR 7
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Ep37 - Jane Sparrow, MD, The Culture Builders

Episode 36 - Will McInnes, CMO, Brandwatch (and Author!)

"People with more power cast longer shadows and have a greater ability to shape culture". A career that started in sales and moved into marketing; founding Europe's first digital marketing agency and understanding what companies needed to do to ensure future success, led Will to write 'Culture Shock' in 2012. It's as relevant today as it was then - if not moreso. * The power of purpose * Democratising companies * What is a ‘great’ culture * ‘The Church of Fail’ * Will’s advice for

36 MINFEB 28
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Episode 36 - Will McInnes, CMO, Brandwatch (and Author!)

Episode 35 - Mary O'Dea, CEO, Institute of Banking

"Being your authentic self and helping others to bring theirs is key to leadership" Having previously held roles in theCentral Bank of Ireland, IMF and World Bank Mary joined the Institute of Banking - Ireland's largest professional membership body - as CEO in 2018. * The power of diversity in work * Trust is key * Celebrate achievements and failures * Using a story to drive change * How can leaders shape culture * Be yourself, not someone else

37 MINFEB 12
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Episode 35 - Mary O'Dea, CEO, Institute of Banking

Episode 34 - Power of Purpose Panel

Last podcast for 2019 Recently we ran a live event in partnership with AIB. We kicked off with Pedro Angulo, AIB's Head of Leadership Development talking about the Bank's purpose journey. And ​Scott then ran a discussion with a panel of C-Suite execs - Denis Doolan, Special Olympics; Alice Mansergh, Google, Tara O'Sullivan, Skillsoft (formerly) and Margot Slattery, Sodexo - who talked about what purpose meant to them. It was so good that we thought we'd release it as a podcast episode - et voila!

48 MIN2019 DEC 23
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Episode 34 - Power of Purpose Panel

Episode 33 - John Simmons, Author (oh, and the creator of 'Tone of Voice'!)

“If you’re going to use words, you might as well use the best ones you can” ​John always had a passion for the the 'joy of language’. But when he started talking about 'verbal identity' as part of branding projects in the 80s, little did he know that he was starting a lifelong journey helping companies to find their Tone of Voice. * What is Tone of Voice? * TOV, culture and customer experience * How does a company define its TOV? * Tips for a better TOV – clarity, personal pronouns and

43 MIN2019 OCT 14
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Episode 33 - John Simmons, Author (oh, and the creator of 'Tone of Voice'!)

Episode 32 - Orlaith Carmody, Coach and Leadership Consultant, Gavin Duffy & Associates

"The mushroom theory of 'feed them $&*% and keep them in the dark' is gone" Orlaith Carmody understands the power of communication. Today,she is a coach and leadership consultant, coaching leaders and helping businesses to cope with the ever-changing world of work. * Emotional intelligence and authenticity make a great leader * The impact of leaders on customer experience * Talking about purpose isn’t enough * Leader as coach (not commander) * Authenticity and self-awareness

36 MIN2019 SEP 2
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Episode 32 - Orlaith Carmody, Coach and Leadership Consultant, Gavin Duffy & Associates

Episode 31 - Gavin Bate, Mountain Guide, Entrepreneur and charity founder

"Don’t fall in love with your wins – positively seek out what might kill you next" Gavin's had a varied and interesting career, from the slums of Nairobi to the highest mountains in the world. Today he's an International Mountain Leader, runsAdventure Alternative, which he started in 1991, and is the founder of Moving Mountains Trust. * Leadership through climbing * What makes a great leader – ‘know thyself’ * Leading from the middle * The power of adaptability * Unlearning and heur

45 MIN2019 AUG 12
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Episode 31 - Gavin Bate, Mountain Guide, Entrepreneur and charity founder

Latest Episodes

Episode 40 - Covid Chats with Katie Macauley, Chuck Gose and Mike Klein

"During times of change, leaders need to be the truth tellers" Katie Macauley, Chuck Gose and MIke Klein, podcast guests and hosts, joined me for this episode of the podcast. We discussed what the world will look like for IC Teams post-Covid, the role of leaders as communicators and much more. * Ambiguity, uncertainty, precariousness and progress * Companies that are truly values led will thrive * The rise in employee activism * To listen more closely, ditch the annual survey

45 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 40 - Covid Chats with Katie Macauley, Chuck Gose and Mike Klein

Episode 39 - Ryan Campbell, Keynote Speaker and Author

"Adversity becomes a learning opportunity if you know how to process it" At 19 Ryan became the youngest person to fly around the world. 2 years later, a horrific plane crash left him paralysed and in a wheelchair. Six months in hospital and 18 months in rehab later, he learned to walk again. * Why are people resistant to change? * Worrying about the uncontrollable * Checklist for navigating change – Gratitude, Confidence and Resilience * Change and challenge is personal - it isn’t a competitio

43 MINMAY 25
Comments
Episode 39 - Ryan Campbell, Keynote Speaker and Author

Episode 38 - Aisling Press, Head of Branch Banking, Danske Bank UK

Aisling has worked in banking for over 30 years, 29 of those in AIB, one of Ireland's main pillar banks. Since 2016 she's been the Head of Branch Banking at Danske Bank UK, Northern Ireland's largest bank where she leads a team of 400 people. * Culture and retail banking * Leaders and their role in driving great culture * Values, behaviors and recognition are key * Maintaining motivation during change * Leaders need to translate key messages

33 MINMAY 2
Comments
Episode 38 - Aisling Press, Head of Branch Banking, Danske Bank UK

Ep37 - Jane Sparrow, MD, The Culture Builders

"People aren’t after more communication, they’re after more connection" Jane started her career in the corporate world including stints at IBM and Sony (where she was Director of Engagement and Change) before setting up The Culture Builders in 2011. She's also a published author. * The remote working trap * 3 pillars of culture * Connection is more important than ever * Repetition is key * Practical hints and tips * There’s learning at home too * There is a silver lining to this cloud.

38 MINAPR 7
Comments
Ep37 - Jane Sparrow, MD, The Culture Builders

Episode 36 - Will McInnes, CMO, Brandwatch (and Author!)

"People with more power cast longer shadows and have a greater ability to shape culture". A career that started in sales and moved into marketing; founding Europe's first digital marketing agency and understanding what companies needed to do to ensure future success, led Will to write 'Culture Shock' in 2012. It's as relevant today as it was then - if not moreso. * The power of purpose * Democratising companies * What is a ‘great’ culture * ‘The Church of Fail’ * Will’s advice for

36 MINFEB 28
Comments
Episode 36 - Will McInnes, CMO, Brandwatch (and Author!)

Episode 35 - Mary O'Dea, CEO, Institute of Banking

"Being your authentic self and helping others to bring theirs is key to leadership" Having previously held roles in theCentral Bank of Ireland, IMF and World Bank Mary joined the Institute of Banking - Ireland's largest professional membership body - as CEO in 2018. * The power of diversity in work * Trust is key * Celebrate achievements and failures * Using a story to drive change * How can leaders shape culture * Be yourself, not someone else

37 MINFEB 12
Comments
Episode 35 - Mary O'Dea, CEO, Institute of Banking

Episode 34 - Power of Purpose Panel

Last podcast for 2019 Recently we ran a live event in partnership with AIB. We kicked off with Pedro Angulo, AIB's Head of Leadership Development talking about the Bank's purpose journey. And ​Scott then ran a discussion with a panel of C-Suite execs - Denis Doolan, Special Olympics; Alice Mansergh, Google, Tara O'Sullivan, Skillsoft (formerly) and Margot Slattery, Sodexo - who talked about what purpose meant to them. It was so good that we thought we'd release it as a podcast episode - et voila!

48 MIN2019 DEC 23
Comments
Episode 34 - Power of Purpose Panel

Episode 33 - John Simmons, Author (oh, and the creator of 'Tone of Voice'!)

“If you’re going to use words, you might as well use the best ones you can” ​John always had a passion for the the 'joy of language’. But when he started talking about 'verbal identity' as part of branding projects in the 80s, little did he know that he was starting a lifelong journey helping companies to find their Tone of Voice. * What is Tone of Voice? * TOV, culture and customer experience * How does a company define its TOV? * Tips for a better TOV – clarity, personal pronouns and

43 MIN2019 OCT 14
Comments
Episode 33 - John Simmons, Author (oh, and the creator of 'Tone of Voice'!)

Episode 32 - Orlaith Carmody, Coach and Leadership Consultant, Gavin Duffy & Associates

"The mushroom theory of 'feed them $&*% and keep them in the dark' is gone" Orlaith Carmody understands the power of communication. Today,she is a coach and leadership consultant, coaching leaders and helping businesses to cope with the ever-changing world of work. * Emotional intelligence and authenticity make a great leader * The impact of leaders on customer experience * Talking about purpose isn’t enough * Leader as coach (not commander) * Authenticity and self-awareness

36 MIN2019 SEP 2
Comments
Episode 32 - Orlaith Carmody, Coach and Leadership Consultant, Gavin Duffy & Associates

Episode 31 - Gavin Bate, Mountain Guide, Entrepreneur and charity founder

"Don’t fall in love with your wins – positively seek out what might kill you next" Gavin's had a varied and interesting career, from the slums of Nairobi to the highest mountains in the world. Today he's an International Mountain Leader, runsAdventure Alternative, which he started in 1991, and is the founder of Moving Mountains Trust. * Leadership through climbing * What makes a great leader – ‘know thyself’ * Leading from the middle * The power of adaptability * Unlearning and heur

45 MIN2019 AUG 12
Comments
Episode 31 - Gavin Bate, Mountain Guide, Entrepreneur and charity founder
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