Published: July 16, 2020 | Updated: July 16, 2020

Great business advice and fascinating insights as we showcase six of the best Dorset podcasts

By Andrew Diprose, editor

Doing the Biz is our weekly guide to the best business podcasts in Dorset, all compiled in one handy list.

Brought to you in association with Podcast Labs, we update every Friday on Dorset Biz News.

Please contact us at editor@dorsetbiznews.co.uk if you have a business podcast for inclusion.

Good listening!

Title: Word on the Street

Presenter: Katie Street, Street Agency

Guest: Kathryn Jacob, CEO at Pearl & Dean and Sue Unerman, Chief Transformation Officer at MediaCom

Brief description: You get a 21% improved profitability in companies with diverse boards. So why is this still a struggle? Episode 2 of Word on the Street welcomes Kathryn Jacob, CEO at the infamous Pearl & Dean and Sue Unerman, Chief Transformation Officer at multi-award winning agency MediaCom. They join Katie to discuss their life in the media industry and the steps that lead them to co-writing a book together; ‘The Glass Wall: Success strategies for women at work – and businesses that mean business’. They shout about the importance and success of diversity beyond gender, shared parental leave, and the responsibility you hold as a leader to make sure the voices in the back are heard at the front. The humility and experience of these two women is not to be reckoned with.

Producer: Podcast Labs

Platform details:

Listen online: https://street.agency/podcast/louder-in-the-back-please/

Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2ZU2HIm

Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3eaB9U7

Listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/304on4H

Title: Reflective Practice for Tomorrow’s Global Leaders

Presenters: Jackie Arnold & Elaine Patterson

Topic: How to improve communication and implement clean language to lead wisely during turbulent times

Brief description: Communication is key to successful leadership. However often without realising it, leaders can pollute their language with their own views and assumptions, especially during turbulent times such as these.In episode 3, hear from Executive Coaches, Jackie Arnold and Elaine Patterson as they explain how implementing Clean Language alongside Executive Reflection can break down cultural barriers, motivate your team and achieve goals in a global, virtual and diverse world. Hear examples of how you could implement this quickly and effectively in your own organization by working with metaphors.

Producer: Podcast Labs

Platform details:

Listen online: https://bit.ly/38bicPK

Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2ZfqRwB

Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3eG6xv5

Title: Humans of Hospitality

Presenter: Mark Cribb

Guest: Tim Wookey – Co-Founder – Amamus Speciality Coffee

Brief description: In this conversation Tim takes us through his journey.  Starting with a child free Sunday morning, reading the paper and sipping on a cup of Jamaican Blue coffee.  Off then to discover about the volcanic soil, the hand picked beans, losing up to 30% of the crop through the finest hand check standards, through to the blue mist on the mountain slowing down the ripening process.

Producer: Mark Cribb, Urban Guild

Platform details:

Listen online: https://bit.ly/3fEhGNa

Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2CDGyGu

Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2CBNrbb

Title: Evolve to Succeed

Presenter: Warren Munson

Company: Evolve Members

Featured Guest: Paul Tansey – Managing Director of Intergage

Brief description: We discuss his life-changing health crisis and how to instill – and maintain – a company’s sense of purpose.

Producer: Podcast Labs

Platform details:

Listen online: https://bit.ly/3cLjamt

Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/395Ui8M

Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2CiD5NE

Title: Talent Talks Podcast

Presenter: Martin Smith

Company: Talent Drive

Featured Guest: Susan Walsh, Founder and Owner of the Classification Guru

Brief description: Susan Walsh of Classification Guru set up her own company three years ago when she left her job in data classification, and wasn’t sure where to turn next. Her confidence and ability to classify spend data for businesses solidified her decision to start up on her own. In episode 15 of Talent Talks, Martin and Susan Walsh dive deep into the meaning of spend data and classification, as well as winding back to last week’s topic of personal branding, which Susan has worked on a lot over the last year… this includes talk of her love of pyjamas and pink.

Producer: Podcast Labs

Platform details:

Listen online: https://bit.ly/2DtRzKT

Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3efm8k0

Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2BVvC6Y

Title: The 10th Degree Podcast

Presenter: Anthony Story

Featured Guest: Mark Masters, Founder of The ID Group & You Are The Media

Brief description: With the online world overrun with different tools and platforms, it’s easy to be unsure how to promote yourself through the noise and what content you should be posting.  Mark Masters is passionate about building loyal online audiences, as a relationship tool for every business, but only if it’s done the right way! Author of The Content Revolution, founder of The ID Group and creator of You Are The Media, Mark is against dull content, spammy selling tactics and uncomfortable forceful messages. In this episode he discusses how to use the spaces in front of you to build trusted relationships that make people feel relaxed and willing to approach you as an expert.

Producer: Podcast Labs

Platform details:

Listen online: https://www.10thdegree.co.uk/post/mark-masters

Listen on Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/2zd1K4p

Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3dkPDRv

Listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3fCjYfY