How can you land your mission, and your message, with real logical and emotional impact? That’s the question Richard explores today with Jack Murray, entrepreneur and the CEO of MediaHQ, a leading Irish SaaS company that has revolutionised the PR and communications industry with its comprehensive media contacts database and press release distribution tools. Jack is

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Today Richard speaks with Dorie Clark. Dorie is the WSJ Bestselling author of The Long Game, as well as Entrepreneurial You, Reinventing You, and Stand Out. The New York Times has described Dorie as an “expert at self-reinvention and helping others make changes in their lives.” She has been named to the Thinkers50 list three times. In this conversation,

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How can you, CEO or other senior leader, harness generative AI as a co-thinker and strategist? In this episode we’ll share cutting edge insight about how you can make that happen. Elisa Farri is vice president, co-lead of Capgemini Invent’s Management Lab. She is listed in the Thinkers50 Radar Class of 2023. She is a frequent contributor

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Why is impact investing broken? And how can you be a more impactful entrepreneur? We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good”, Richard speaks with Brett Simmons, CEO of Scale Link. Scale Link is a social venture and a first of its kind secondary market for small business loans, working with more than

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good”, Richard speaks with Chintan Panchal, Founding Partner of RPCK Rastegar Panchal, a law firm that has developed a dedicated impact investing practice, advising both mission-aligned investors and social enterprises. Chintan has become a trusted advisor to leaders in the impact field because of his “purpose-driven”

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What do you do when you find your growth-oriented role has become one of selling off the business, just three days into your role? And what happens when you reach the pinnacle of the functional ladder – CFO for example? And… how do you steer a 130+ year old business into new growth areas whilst

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good”. Richard Medcalf speaks with Marci Zaroff, Founder/CEO of ECOfashion Corp. Marci coined the term “ECOfashion” in 1995 and is a serial entrepreneur as well as author of “ECOrenaissance: Co-Creating A Stylish, Sexy and Sustainable World.” She is the winner of awards including “WWD ESG Leadership

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good”, Richard speaks with Brad Flowers, co-founder of Bullhorn, an agency that builds impact brands with language and design. Brad leads naming and language generation at Bullhorn. He has a degree in literature, which he finds more useful than he expected. He co-founded the non-profit

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good”, Richard speaks with Anjali Kataria, CEO and Co-founder of Mytonomy. Mytonomy has quickly become the market leader in patient education and engagement, and Inc. Magazine has named Mytonomy as one of the fastest-growing software companies in the US, four consecutive years. Before Mytonomy, Anjali

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good.” Richard speaks with Stan Middleman, who serves as the President and CEO of Freedom Mortgage, one of the largest and fastest-growing independent mortgage companies in the USA. In this conversation, you’ll learn:The mantra that has led Stan to business success at scale over the

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good.” Richard Medcalf speaks with Armand Arton, CEO of Arton Capital. Armand started as an immigrant with under $5000 and now has world-leaders on speed dial, having built one of the most respected businesses and a leader in his field of global human mobility. In

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good.” In this episode Richard speaks with Matthew Guelke.Matthew is a social entrepreneur and the Founder and CEO of THE PLANT café organic, a San Francisco based restaurant group dedicated to bringing 100% organic and sustainable food to the public.  The Plant became the first

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Today Richard Medcalf speaks with the legendary Marshall Goldsmith, in this episode of our “CEO Rolodex” season. Marshall is the only two-time winner of the Thinkers 50 Award for #1 Leadership Thinker in the World. He has been ranked as the #1 Executive Coach in the World and a Top Ten Business Thinker for the past

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good.” In this episode Richard speaks with Dr. Jon R. Cohen, CEO of Talkspace. Talkspace has expanded access to therapy for millions of Americans and brought to market innovative, in-demand tools and resources for people to take control of their mental health. Jon is also author

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We’re continuing our season on “the CEO rolodex.” In this episode Richard speaks with Simon Mainwaring, founder/CEO of We First, a strategic consultancy accelerating growth and impact for today’s top purpose-driven brands. Simon’s first book, We First was a New York Times bestseller and his second book, Lead With We is a Wall Street Journal bestseller

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good”, Richard speaks with Shane Bigelow, CEO of CHAMPtitles, a technology company that is changing the way that vehicle titles are created, managed, and transferred in the United States. In this conversation, you’ll learn:How to determine if you business is actually a force for goodHow

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good.” In this episode Richard speaks with Paul Feith, founder/CEO of Paul Gregory Media, a digital marketing agency. Paul believes that business good = social good and is most passionate about working with mission-based clients who want to make a difference in the world. His

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good”, Richard speaks with Jeff Grass, CEO of HUNGRY Marketplace. Jeff is a serial entrepreneur with three successful exits under his belt. What sets HUNGRY Marketplace apart is its strong sense of purpose and mission. Jeff shares how his previous businesses were more focused on

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good”, Richard speaks with Dave Simnick, the CEO and co-founder of Soapbox – a company whose mission is to empower customers with the ability to change the world through everyday, quality purchases. Soapbox has donated over 36 million bars of soap to local homeless shelters

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We’re continuing our season on “business as a force for good”, Richard speaks with Aaron Cruikshank, the CEO of market intelligence agency CTRS. Aaron describes himself as “the Rock and Roll Bad Boy of Market Intelligence” and has committed to give 5-10% of agency resources to support NGOs. In this conversation, you’ll learn:How servant leadership

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