LANCEFIELD
ON THE LINE

 

Interviews with some of the world’s leading executives, entrepreneurs and management thinkers. What do they really think about their subject?

My video and podcast series

My series Lancefield on the Line explores how to develop extraordinary individuals and organisations.

By interviewing some of the world’s leading executives, entrepreneurs and management thinkers on leading edge practice in strategy, leadership and organisational culture, I aim to give you the tools to help you perform at your best and progress your career to your full potential.

What do my guests really think and feel about their subject? You’ll learn much more here than by reading an article, a book or listening to a keynote.

It’s all delivered with a bit of an edge, too.

LISTEN TO THE PODCASTS

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The best bits of these conversations are captured in my newsletter Flashes+Sparks.

Paolo Gallo: Leading with clarity, care and coherence

Paolo Gallo: Leading with clarity, care and coherence

Amii Barnard-Bahn: How to enhance your promotability

Amii Barnard-Bahn: How to enhance your promotability

Margaret Heffernan: How to navigate a complex world to map the future

Margaret Heffernan: How to navigate a complex world to map the future

Prof. Dan Cable: How to be exceptional through empowerment

Prof. Dan Cable: How to be exceptional through empowerment

Josie Thomson: How to manage your mind to make smart decisions

Josie Thomson: How to manage your mind to make smart decisions

Prof. David Schonthal: How to overcome the resistance to your ideas

Prof. David Schonthal: How to overcome the resistance to your ideas

Prof. Rita McGrath: Getting out to the edges to develop strategy

Prof. Rita McGrath: Getting out to the edges to develop strategy

Peter Fisk: How do you recode yourself to leap forward?

Peter Fisk: How do you recode yourself to leap forward?

Prof. Francesca Gino: How can you encourage curiosity and rebel talent?

Prof. Francesca Gino: How can you encourage curiosity and rebel talent?

James Bryce: Becoming a more articulate, confident speaker at work and in life

James Bryce: Becoming a more articulate, confident speaker at work and in life