How much more productive would you be at work if you never even went to the office? In this show Georgie chats to Chris Ward the author of the book Out of Office.
He says: "An office is where you can climb the corporate ladder. Coffee shops and other hot spots are where you can change your life and have other big ideas to change the world around you."
We're all supposed to 'have a book in us somewhere'...but not many of us would be brave enough to self-publish. Well in this Careers Clinic, Georgie chats to one man who was, writer, broadcaster and former Ad man, Richard Phillips who launched his book , 'A Polaroid of Peggy', 10 days ago in a north-west London bookshop
With women making up the majority of the low paid workforce – what can be done to bridge the gender pay and opportunity gap? Georgie talks to Helen Kersley from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills about their latest initiative.
For this Careers Clinic, Georgie's joined by one of the two brothers behind a luxury ice cream brand that's got less calories than an apple. If that wasn't marvelous enough, they've also just managed to secure a spot in the hotly contested semi-final of Richard Branson's £1million Pitch to Rich competition.
What do Mark Zuckerberg; Richard Branson and Bill Gates have in common apart from being super successful - they all have or have had mentors. In this show Georgie takes a look at why it matters and the impact it can have on both you - and your business with Jackie Jenks the senior manager of enterprise mentoring at Lloyds Bank.
Celebrity businesswoman and author of “Mumpreneur” Annabel Karmel talks to Georgie Frost about starting her business from her kitchen, what she’s learnt and her advice for other mums with start-up dreams.
As JK Rowling releases her latest book Very Good Lives about the fringe benefits of failure, Georgie talks to executive and leadership coach Kate Tojeiro from X Fusion about how to take the positive even when things go wrong.