Anne Boden is the founder of Starling Bank, one of the UK’s leading digital challenger banks. For our latest podcast episode, co-directors Jordan Greenaway and Sam Patchett discuss Anne’s recent decision to step down as CEO, despite the neobank reaching a record-high in profits this year. Listen in to find out what the motivations behind Anne’s decision might be, and discussion of what the future could hold for Starling.
Simon Roberts, CEO of Sainsbury’s, recently commented on the cost of living crisis. In this episode, Jordan Greenaway and Sam Patchett discuss Roberts’ intervention and what the impact of his comments could be. Will this boost his public profile? How will the supermarket change its approach in the coming months?
Yvon Chouinard is the Founder of Patagonia, the outdoor clothing giant. In this episode of Acts of Leadership, our regular podcast, Jordan Greenaway and Sam Patchett look at Yvon’s recent decision to give the business to a charitable trust. What impact will his decision have on the wider business landscape, and what role will businesses play in the climate crisis over the next few years?
Neil Sorahan is CFO of Ryanair Group, Europe’s largest airline. In this episode of Acts of Leadership, Jordan Greenaway and Sam Patchett discuss this summer’s travel mayhem, as well as Neil’s comments on who is to blame. His punchy claims are not the first from Ryanair, who have become renowned for being outspoken on issues within the industry.
Darren Woods is CEO of ExxonMobil, one of the world’s largest oil and gas companies. In this episode of Acts of Leadership, Jordan Greenaway and Sam Patchett discuss the company’s plans for the future, as Darren seeks to lead the way and show the world that ExxonMobil are ready for the energy transition.
In the first episode of our new series, Managing Director Jordan Greenaway and PR Director Sam Patchett discuss AstraZeneca CEO Pascal Soriot, and his leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic. We took a closer look at the decisions he made, and reflected on whether he made the rights calls, and what impact they had on his public image.
In the first episode of our TP Talks series for 2022, our guests discuss the sustainability agenda within the private sector and what they think it will look like in the year ahead. We were joined by Isobel Morton (Macfarlanes), Amy Blackwell (Acorn Capital Advisors), Kelly Noel-Smith (Forsters), and Matthew Braithwaite (Wedlake Bell).
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