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Superstar Communicator podcast

Oct 28, 2022

We are joined by Dr Paddy Ross, Associate director of psychology at Durham University. Paddy has done a lot of work on how children learn to read emotions. He highlights the fact that before a certain age, sound is more important than non-verbal cues.

We don't exclusively communicate with what we say but how we say it -...


Sep 6, 2022

Early September is the time new graduates are employed in their graduate roles. These young people are the "COVID generation" whose degrees were studied, in part, online. And it is even more important to support and demonstrate positive leadership to these talented young people.

I am joined by Nick Simon

He is a recent...


Aug 22, 2022

As a leader or emerging leader, there are times when you need to manage your emotions - even if you are triggered or impacted by a situation or what someone else has said.

In this impactful episode Susan is joined by Donna McGrath to discuss this important communication skill. We cover:

* Why it is important to...


Nov 12, 2021

It is an honour to interview two such incredible guests. Capt. Emil Dobrovolschi is an Airline Captain; ensuring all his passengers and crew are safe. He and the leading leadership coach Octavian Pantis have written a fantastic book "Dark Cockpit" about how to approach leadership and use communication as the...


Dec 1, 2020

Beth Hartley is a Cambridge Graduate and leads a strategy team for Sainsburys. She lobbies the Government and raises awareness of invisible disabilities and the importance of inclusion. Beth is deaf and recognises that facemarks are a barrier for deaf people to be in a conversation. In this powerful podcast we...