Adam speaks with Oxford University Academic Dr. Jeremy Howick, author of Dr. You and an expert on altruism and with Anne Webb, from Oxfam. They discuss why people give up their time to volunteer and whether any behaviour is truly altruistic. With a vast array of psychological, emotional, career and even health benefits they explore whether the purpose of living really is giving.
Self-made millionaire and OBE, Charlie Mullins, is the founder and director of Pimlico Plumbers, London's largest independent plumbing company. After his recent revelation that he plans to run for London Mayor, we bring you our Track Record with him from 2016.
Liam Howley is marketing director at Music Magpie - a company specialising in repurposing and the trading in of CDs, DVDs, and electronic hardware. With a background in sales and finance, Liam joined the company several years ago and now heads the marketing team.
Adam speaks with Philipp Hagspiel, head of product strategy at Freeletics, a health and fitness app. Why is it that many CEOs are able to find the time to exercise every morning while running major companies, and yet most of us can’t squeeze a 30 minute jog into an entire week? Philipp talks about how routines and patterns, along with connecting digitally to other like-minded people, is the key to transforming your health and fitness routines.
On this edition of Track Record, sustainable business growth expert and author, Royston Guest. He’s founded and run his own businesses as well as working in consultation with well known names such as Harrods, DHL and Santander. He started off in construction as a building apprentice and is the author of Built To Grow, on making a sustainable business model.
Joining Sue Dougan in this edition of Track Record is Anne O'Rourke, the managing director of one of the biggest care organisations in the UK: Caremark. Anne has founded and run her own businesses in the past, as well as working in recruitment. She is in charge of over 100 franchises, which operate according to Caremark standards. By 2035, it is estimated that 24% of the population will be over the age of 65 – that’s more than 17 million people.
In the latest Money Makers podcast, Jonathan Davis talks to prolific investment author Glen Arnold about his new book, The Deals of Warren Buffett, in which he analyses the early successes (and failures) of America’s most successful stock market investor. Why did the young Buffett, still learning his trade, buy the shares that he did, and what lessons did he take away from his experiences?
On this edition of Track Record: Leadership and executive coach, Michael Banks. He's well known for working with leaders and management teams in the US, particularly with American Express. He has just written a book about his experiences in needing a new kidney - which he credits with throwing new light on his personal and business life. He's also a noted speaker and writer.