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Track Record: Bruce Morton

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Track Record: Bruce Morton
Bruce Morton is head of strategy at Allegis, a global recruiter, and has worked with the likes of Paypal, ebBay, Amazon and many other global and regional companies on building their workforces. Before his time with Allegis, he worked in sales – and before that, was a butcher! He’s keen on music and sport and thinks the workplace of 10 years in the future will be unrecognisable and that more companies are focusing less on ‘talent’ and more on ‘getting work done’. His thoughts on workplace change are available in his new book, ‘Redesigning The Way Work Works’.
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Bruce Morton


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Track Record: Richard Buchanan

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Track Record: Richard Buchanan
In this new edition of Track Record, Sue Dougan talks to Richard Buchanan. He founded “The Clearing” ten years ago – an award-winning brand consultancy working with diverse household names such as Hugo Boss, HSBC, and Tesco. In his younger days, he studied art, then went on to join Newell & Sorrell – infamous for the ill-fated ethnic BA tailfins. That business became Interbrand, where he rose to director level. Here, he rebranded Barclays Bank, Opel /GM, British Red Cross and Orange. Richard joins Sue to talk about his journey, to fill in the gaps, and to share some life lessons along the way.
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Richard Buchanan


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Track Record: Bernardo Moya

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Track Record: Bernardo Moya
Bernardo Moya started in Spanish real estate, and twice built up property businesses before discovering neuro-linguistic programming - and more importantly, its application in business. He's built up one of the biggest businesses in this field and works in the corporate sector extensively. It's all about the 'fresh download for the brain', as he puts it! He's also a former DJ.
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Bernardo Moya


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Track Record: Graham Shaw

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Track Record: Graham Shaw
Graham Shaw is a former primary school teacher, turned corporate trainer and speaking expert. He’s a keen artist and amateur musician who uses his cartoons in his work (which includes major organisations such as HSBC and Specsavers) and who isn’t afraid to admit his errors when they happen.
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Graham Shaw


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Track Record: Luca Senatore

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Track Record: Luca Senatore
Digital agency director Luca Senatore put himself through evening school to learn marketing, after a fractured education in his native Italy. He came to the UK unable to speak the language, and was promptly fired from his first job. Undeterred, he moved from waiter to business owner to agency founder within a few years, and now works in digital marketing serving leading retailers as director at Genie venture. He borrows from sporting philosophy for business, and his top tip for motivation and character-building is to ‘think like Superman!’ in meetings.
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Luca Senatore


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Track Record: Heimo Hammer

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Track Record: Heimo Hammer
Heimo Hammer is a former professional footballer who’s once hung out with Bono from U2, launched one of the first live streams on the (then) fledgling internet, and designed and built his own solar-powered electric car long before Elon Musk had thought about the Tesla! He’s always had an interest in marketing and advertising, spending time working for Bates and McCann Erickson and later joining Siemens as Head of Advertising. He signs off every correspondence with ‘feel good’. He runs his own digital agency in Vienna, Kraftwerk, and is involved with the ‘Fast Forward Forum’. This is an annual event where leading fi¬nanciers, marketers, consultants, entrepreneurs and mentors discuss and predict future trends and needs.

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Track Record: Clive Hyman

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Track Record: Clive Hyman
Clive is a former director at KPMG, and following an infamous dismissal, founded Hyman Capital 14 years ago. He’s a science graduate of Cambridge University; later scored (almost 100%!) marks in his accountancy exams. He’s a keen sportsman and has recently branched out into film financing. His big tip is to listen to the customer, whatever your business. His other claim to infamy is that he was run over once by Professor Stephen Hawking.
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Clive Hyman


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Track Record: Andy Clements

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Track Record: Andy Clements
Andy Clements is the CEO at the British Trust for Ornithology. He discusses his love of birdwatching (naturally!), an eclectic range of musical memories from many different stages of his life, and his recent foray into rowing; as well as his time spent helping to set up Natural England before joining the BTO in 2007.
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Andy Clements


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Track Record: Alistair McQueen

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Track Record: Alistair McQueen
Alistair McQueen is head of Savings and Retirement for Aviva plc. He's been with the organisation in its various incarnations since joining the then Commercial Union as a graduate trainee. He's a self-confessed savings geek, and urges us all to start on a pension plan if we haven't already. He's happy to confess his big business bloopers in this edition (sending confidential information in 'all-staff' email by accident!). Away from the business, he's a keen singer and runner.
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Alistair McQueen


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Track Record: Jose Hernandez

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Track Record: Jose Hernandez
Jose Hernandez is a specialist in crisis management and compliance, and has ‘rolled up his sleeves’ countless times to repair the reputations and business integrity of organisations around the world. He counts a former director of the FBI amongst his close friends and associates; he’s worked for top firms such as PwC; and loves to travel – for business and pleasure. Now a Netherlands national, he’s originally from El Salvador and has recently written of putting together ‘Broken Business’. Listen as he talks about how reputational damage and crisis can occur in plain sight.
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Jose Hermandez


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