From competing as a triathlete for Team GB through to running her own PR agency, Sue Anstiss has a passion for sport. Actually, she has a passion for women in sport.
In this podcast we discuss what needs to happen to make sport more gender equal and the progress made so far. Sue talks about her podcast, her book, and how she is on a mission to raise the awareness of women in sport.
Her dedication and determination make this podcast an inspiring and fascinating listen.
Colin Tapscott is someone I have known almost all my life and is a close friend of my family. I wanted to interview him for this podcast because he is a natural leader.
Having left college, Colin pursued a career in teaching and became a headteacher before he was 30. He has followed a successful career as a headteacher with establishing his own training business called Everyday Leader and he has his own book on leadership being published this year. In this podcast, we not only explore Colin’s professional career, but we find out about his teenage years and how his faith has influenced the choices and decisions he has made.
It was great to talk to Colin as he is easy to listen to and a really inspirational guy. I hope you enjoy our conversation too!
In this podcast, the last of our first series, we interview Bridget McIntyre. From struggling at school to leading a large blue chip organisation to now having forming a social enterprise business, Bridget has a wealth of leadership experience.
We’re inspired by her “can do” attitude and Bridget provides some valuable advice on how to believe in yourself and to build self confidence.
*Our second series will be back in September when we will have more great conversations with another 10 inspiring guests.*