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Little Conversation brings you fresh ideas and new perspectives on how consumers eat, drink, shop, groom and think from Mintel, the world’s leading market intelligence agency. From the rise of veganism to the future of social media and the urgency of sustainability in beauty, Mintel experts discuss key topics affecting today’s consumers in a fun, entertaining and informal way.
 
Hello! I'm Vikas, an investment advisor and founder of www.jaagrav.com. Having spent more than 15 years as a corporate banker, equity analyst and risk consultant across multiple organisations, I have started to put out my thoughts around risk, investing and human behaviour via this podcast. See you around!
 
Intelligence Squared is the world’s leading forum for debate and intelligent discussion. Live and online we take you to the heart of the issues that matter, in the company of some of the world’s sharpest minds and most exciting orators. Join the debate at www.intelligencesquared.com and download our weekly podcasts every Tuesday and Friday.
 
Exploring the biggest challenges in today's business world, we bring the best of academic research and industry together in each episode. From the challenges of reaching net zero to the future of the office, we bring you up to date with the latest research and cutting edge insights from the CEOs and executives of the leading companies.
 
Former derivatives trader and now financial planner Adam Walkom is on a mission. That mission is to help de-mystify investment markets and building wealth through successful financial planning and investing. Building wealth and investing are both much more of an art form than a science and have much more to do with human and behavioural psychology than economics. Join Adam as he goes on this journey and interviews fascinating guests who share their deeply-held insights and experiences from y ...
 
Warwick Business School's Core Insights team presents a 12-part series on behavioural science. Warwick Business School has the biggest group of behavioural science researchers in Europe. Over 12 episodes host Trevor Barnes interviews academics on the latest research and thinking into how our mind works, how we make decisions, the biases and heuristics that govern our behaviour and how we can apply behavioural science insights to help improve business, government, health and society.
 
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Choice Hacking

Jennifer L. Clinehens

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Customer and user behaviors can seem irrational. Shaped by mental shortcuts and psychological biases, their actions often appear random on the surface. In the Choice Hacking podcast, we'll learn about these "predictably irrational" behaviors and how to use them to create incredible customer experiences.
 
Twice a week the New Statesman politics team - Stephen Bush, Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rea - discuss the latest in UK politics. From Boris Johnson's latest battle with backbenchers to the machinery behind the Labour Party's opposition attack lines, this is the debrief you need to understand what's really happening in Westminster and beyond. New episodes Tuesday and Friday. Send your questions at youaskus.co.uk.
 
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The Work Brain

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The Work Brain

Preeti Kotamarthi and Anupam Krishnamurthy

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The Work Brain is a podcast that explores concepts in psychology and behavioural science to help you make smarter decisions at your work place. The hosts, Preeti Kotamarthi and Anupam Krishnamurthy, with their backgrounds in behavioural science and business administration, break down interesting concepts in behavioural science and explore how you can apply them to your everyday life. Join them as they put behavioural science to work!
 
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Bitcoin Unlimited

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The Unlimit podcast is hosted by Bitcoin Unlimited and dives into the topics of cryptocurrency, blockchain, financial technologies, behavioural economics, sociology and more. Bitcoin Unlimited aims to the world's population to achieve financial freedom through the adoption of Bitcoin Cash.
 
Deep from inside the City's shadows comes a new podcast warrior.. author, speaker and ex investment gatekeeper Jon 'JB' Beckett explores the Industry's taboo and hot topics. Dear Citizens of the People's Republic of Podcast, welcome! The New Fund Order is here; from existential risk to the human condition, a contrarian exploration of the Darkside, the Frontier and the Fringe of; Asset Management, Finance and fund selection. Bringing you news, views and interviews. Like a philosophy-economics ...
 
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Andrew Barrett | Growing leaders | Drastically improving health & safety

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The Safety on Tap podcast is for leaders (yes, that's you!) wanting to grow themselves and drastically improve health and safety along the way. We bring you free-flowing ideas, perspectives and stories from interviews with only the most interesting people - to help you take positive, effective and rewarding action. Nice!
 
A weekly wrap of the “must-know” developments in Marketing, Media, Agency and Technology for leaders and emerging leaders in the industry. Veteran industry journalist and Mi3 Executive Editor Paul McIntyre talks each week with guest marketers who are in the know on what matters at the nexus of marketing, agencies, media and technology. Powered mostly by Human Intelligence (HI).
 
Hi there! My podcast focuses on hope, community and resilience being the ways forward, and I'm pleased to say it has over 50000x downloads.) Debating these subjects and the context within which they sit has meant I've had some fascinating discussions with guests inc activists, creatives, writers, strategists, psychologists, lecturers, and futurists; who naturally illuminate their own life-stories and ongoing work. (Re: my background, I'm a researcher, public speaker and author. My first book ...
 
Eternal Elements are your personal ubiquitous eMentoring concept podcasts on Leadership & Management. The Author, Niket Karajagi, is a Mechanical Engineer with, MBA in International Business Management, ICF accredited Coach, Certified MBTI, FIRO-B, DISC, Saville, and Global Leaders of Future Assessor. Niket Karajagi, your host & AtyaasaaOnline e-learning MOOC, brings you the Eternal Elements podcasts on real-time people and management challenges that organizations face in the current Volatil ...
 
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On Wisdom

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On Wisdom

Charles Cassidy and Igor Grossmann

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On Wisdom features a social and cognitive scientist in Toronto and an educator in London discussing the latest empirical science regarding the nature of wisdom. Igor Grossmann runs the Wisdom & Culture Lab at the University of Waterloo in Canada. Charles Cassidy runs the Evidence-Based Wisdom project in London, UK. The podcast thrives on a diet of freewheeling conversation on wisdom, decision-making, wellbeing, and society and includes regular guests spots with leading behavioral scientists ...
 
Fuzzy Quality is hosted by Adam Leon Smith. In this podcast we talk to industry practitioners and researchers exploring the complex and emerging world of verification and validation of AI-based systems. We also explore how AI can itself be used in the testing of conventional software.
 
Will and Anna explore how we can all stay ‘Younger for Longer’, meeting with experts from a range of medical, diagnostic and behavioural fields who you wouldn’t normally hear from in everyday healthcare. Many of us will live much longer than previous generations did, and this podcast looks at what this means in practical terms and how this change affects our view of health, what we call health(y) care: throughout the whole of life. From hard medical science exploring diagnostics and interven ...
 
Influence Psychology and Persuasion is a 10 minute practical guide into this amazingly interesting area by Mike Sweet, The 10 Minute Coach. Each of the episodes is aimed to give you an insight into these concepts and principles. this podcast isn't meant to be manipulative in any way however, manipulation techniques and processes are being used on us all of the time. This is my way of explaining how people use manipulation in some circumstances and you how you can understand the psychology be ...
 
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In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal I interview Carl Ratcliff, who's just set-up his new consultancy 'This is the Day'. Prior to that, he was Chief Strategy Officer at DDB Group Australia, whilst other previous roles included being CEO of One Green Bean in Sydney, CEO of Naked Communications and MD of BWM Dentsu in Melbourne. (Back in the day, he wa…
 
In 2018 Australian carmakers were collectively rattled. The consumer and competition regulator, the ACCC, dropped a bombshell on the auto industry in the form of the biggest mandatory product recall ever in Australia – 4.1 million faulty and potentially deadly Takata airbags in more than 3 million vehicles had to be replaced. The problem? Car owner…
 
This reposted episode of #TheNewAbnormal features an interview with a truly fascinating individual, who's led a truly fascinating life. Michael Cohen, based in New York, is a developmental psychologist and the President of MCG NYC, and he has a great international reputation. Part of this is due to his immense experience at dealing with crisis: ran…
 
This episode of 'The New Abnormal' features Brooklyn-based John Seabrook, a staff writer at The New Yorker since the 90's as well as being the author of a range of superb books including 'The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory' / 'Nobrow: The Culture of Marketing—The Marketing of Culture' / 'Deeper: My Two-Year Odyssey in Cyberspace / 'Flash of G…
 
In this special episode of the New Statesman podcast in partnership with Lloyds Bank, Britain Editor Anoosh Chakelian is joined by Hannah Essex, co-executive director of the British Chambers of Commerce and Mark Burton, Head of Regions, Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking to talk levelling up. They discuss the government’s levelling up agenda, why there…
 
In today's episode, host Sam Dover welcomes Jo-Anne Chidley, Founder of sustainable beauty brand Beauty Kitchen, and Richard Cope, Senior Trends Consultant at Mintel and author of the 2021 Mintel Sustainability Barometer, to discuss how recent shifts in consumers' sustainability beliefs, behaviours and purchases are impacting brands. Following COP2…
 
Since Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his BJP party came to power in 2014, India has seen an increase in Hindu nationalism and a rise in hostility towards the Muslim minority population. Politician and writer Shashi Tharoor believes the country is at a crossroads. His recently published book, The Struggle for India’s Soul, looks at the political d…
 
Adrian Johnson – Partner at Permanent Wealth Partners. Please join Adrian & myself for a discussion on the most misunderstood word in finance today – Risk. We dig deep into risk and try to unpick why it matters and the most common misconceptions around it. Risk has a lot of pre-conceptions and actually is difficult for most people to think about. W…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview the cultural strategist Amy Daroukakis, who "inspires teams, keep brands culturally relevant and re-imagines products, communication and design". She's worked across a wide range of sectors, including Retail (Target), Luxury (LVMH), Social (Facebook), Automotive (Hertz), Insurtech (Coya), FMCG (Danone…
 
Ailbhe Rea and Anoosh Chakelian interview Thangam Debbonaire, the Labour MP and shadow leader of the House of Commons. They talk about the missteps of Jacob Rees-Mogg, whether MPs should have second jobs, and Labour's prospects of winning a general election. If you have a question for You Ask Us, email podcasts@newstatesman.co.uk See acast.com/priv…
 
The global pandemic saw the global economy effectively put on hold as lockdowns across the globe saw all but essential work frozen. Core Insights host Audrey Dias talks to Ana Galvao, Professor of Economic Modelling and Forecasting, and Paul Fisher, Ex-Bank of England Economist and Honorary Professor at Warwick Business School, to find out how the …
 
Kate Bingham is the former Chair of the UK Vaccine Taskforce and she's also a shrewd business mind, having been a successful venture capitalist in sectors such as biotech for the past 30 years. She recently spoke with Jessica Pulay at the Cliveden Literary Festival to discuss how business acumen played its part in managing a team of experts from se…
 
With the threat of COVID-19 continuing to affect our lives, working remotely or hybrid working seems to be a fact of life for many office-based workers. So what does this mean for the future of the office? Do organisations really need one? Maja Korica, Reader in Management and Organisation, and Toby Benzecry, founder and CEO of Workplace Futures Gr…
 
I talked to Tom Spencer a law student at City Law School and Chief Organizer of London New Liberals. Tom's interests lie on the edge of law and economics where he does work on housing policy and anti trust. We had a lively conversation on Solving the UK's housing crisis What lawyers and economists can learn from each other Brexit and its consequenc…
 
Host Audrey Dias talks with Neil Stewart, Professor of Behavioural Science and Rafael Batista, former Head of Behavioural Research at Commonwealth Bank, about how the finance industry is using nudges to help customers with their money. Professor Stewart has done pioneering work on credit cards and is forcing the industry to think again about how it…
 
You probably know Noma in Copenhagen is officially the world’s best restaurant. What you probably didn't know is that its Chief Operating Officer is an Australian called Ben Liebmann, the media guy who brought the acclaimed Noma pop up restaurant to Sydney's Barangaroo six years ago with Tourism Australia. You also probably wouldn't know that Liebm…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Simon Armstrong, who has the incredibly enviable job of being the book buyer for The Tate. He's a fascinating individual, with a background across an array of leading-edge cultural positions. In this interview, he describes his journey from a working-class background in the North East, to running what…
 
In this episode, I interview Carsten Beck, who heads up research at the famous Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies (CIFS). I've known him for years, and we've given speeches together in various parts of the world over the last decade. He also kindly gave highly insightful quotes for my books. CIFS specialises in scenario planning and trend ana…
 
What now for the world? Governments have reached a climate deal which gets us closer to holding temperatures rises to 1.5C. But a last-ditch effort from India and China to water down pledges to phase out coal has led some to consider COP26 a failure. Yes, COP26 could have achieved more but is this agreement one that could potentially be seen as a s…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Sophy Roberts, journalist and author of 'The Lost Pianos of Siberia'. She focuses on travel stories in remote parts of the world, with a special interest in literature, history, culture and conversation. The ex-Travel Editor of The Economist and a Special Correspondent for Conde Nast Traveller, she sh…
 
Huma Abedin was Hillary Clinton’s most trusted aide and adviser for many years. Her recently published book, Both/And, reveals the details of that relationship as well as reflecting on the very public breakdown of her marriage to disgraced former congressman and convicted sex offender Anthony Weiner. She speaks to journalist Razia Iqbal about her l…
 
Join host Audrey Dias as she explores the tricky conundrum that often hits social enterprises and green start-ups as they seek to grow their business: should they compromise their ideals? Deniz Ucbasaran, Professor of Entrepreneurship, has researched this area and details her findings and a process that green entrepreneurs and social enterprises ca…
 
Martin Raymond is an author, journalist and co-founder of The Future Laboratory - one of the world's most renowned futures consultancies. Established in 2000, they've worked with more than 1000 businesses in 50 countries. In this episode, we discuss his thinking around a wide range of areas, including journalism being 'the last refuge of the desper…
 
In what was an avoidable tragedy, at least 27 people have died trying to reach the UK after their boat capsized in the English Channel. Anoosh Chakelian, Ailbhe Rea and Stephen Bush discuss the political context that allowed this to happen, and its implications for the government. Then, in You Ask Us, a listener wonders whether the Northern Ireland…
 
Stephen Sackur speaks to the Indian investigative journalist Rana Ayyub whose determination to dig deep into the past and present of India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has prompted abuse, intimidation and legal action. What does her case say about the health of India’s democracy?(Photo: Rana Ayyub appears via videolink on Hardtalk)…
 
Core Insights host Audrey Dias asks Michael Bradshaw, Professor of Global Energy, and Joan MacNaughton, Trustee of The Climate Group and an Executive Chair at the World Energy Council, if the world is building back greener as it recovers from the pandemic. Many governments have laid out plans to reach net zero by 2050 following the pandemic, but is…
 
There’s been a dramatic shift in B2B marketing over the past 18 months. B2B marketers have slowly clocked on that they over-invested in performance marketing tactics and hadn’t seen the long-term growth they expected. For tech hardware firms, global supply chain issues have meant they’ve had no choice but to try brand – there’s little to sell. “We’…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview the writer, educator and consultant, Nilgin Yusuf. The ex-Creative Director of the School of Communication at London College of Fashion and a graduate of Central St Martins, she's also been a journalist of over 30 years, including being Fashion Editor of the Sunday Times. Nilgin is currently working o…
 
Next Spring, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, the EU's most controversial leader, will seek a new mandate. His grip on power in Budapest is tight, covering the parliament, the media and the economy. His opponents at home and in Brussels call him an autocrat, but can he beaten at the ballot box? Stephen Sackur speaks to Péter Márki-Zay, who wi…
 
We go to movies that make us cry, scream or gag we poke at sores, eat spicy foods and run marathons. Some of us even seek out discomfort and humiliation for sexual gratification. Most of these activities are painful yet many of us find pleasure within them and Professor Paul Bloom of Yale University's recent book, The Sweet Spot, seeks to suss out …
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Chris Sanderson, co-founder of The Future Laboratory, one of the world's most renowned futures consultancies. Via their unique blend of trend forecasting, consumer insights, foresight, brand strategy and innovation, they inspire and future-proof organisations. Clients include Louis Vuitton, Google, L'…
 
In the first of our monthly devolution specials, Stephen Bush is joined by the New Statesman's Scotland editor Chris Deerin to examine the Scottish and Welsh parliaments. They discuss the interview in Holyrood magazine with Jack McConnell, the last Labour member to serve as first minister of Scotland, and answer a listener’s question on why Plaid C…
 
Today's episode comes from the How To Lead a Sustainable Business podcast, brought to you by Selfridges Group and Intelligence Squared. In the podcast, Alannah Weston, Chairman of Selfridges Group, speaks to inspiring leaders at the forefront of sustainability and business to find out what it takes to lead change and how businesses can put sustaina…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview John Shaw, the Chief Strategy & Innovation Officer at Superunion 'a next-generation agency built on a spirit of creative optimism'. (His past roles inc being Chief Strategy Officer of WPP Team Red, Strategy & Planning Partner at Rapier, Regional Planning Director EAME / Joint Worldwide Planning Direct…
 
Scratch beneath the surface of everyday American life and you find an increasingly polarised culture. Donald Trump is no longer in the White House, but the culture wars he inflamed are still raging. In a special edition of HARDtalk from New York, Stephen Sackur speaks to an influential conservative activist in the thick of the fight. Ryan Girdusky,…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal I interview Jen Urich, a marketing strategist and founder of Sparrow Strategy in Portland, Oregon. (She's also the ex-Group Planning Director of Wieden + Kennedy in Portland, ex-Director of Account Planning at Crispin, Porter + Bogusky in Miami, and Director of Account Planning at J. Walter Thompson Worldwide, in …
 
Transport emissions account for almost a third of global carbon dioxide emissions – and while other sectors such as the energy industry have reduced their emissions over the past three decades, transport emissions are growing. It is the EU’s second most polluting sector and the United Kingdom’s biggest single producer of carbon dioxide, with cars a…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal I interview Stephen Hayward, an anthropologist and historian. After completing his PhD at the Royal College of Art, he's worked as a consultant on a number of exhibitions, and has been published widely on design history and theory. For nearly twenty years, he's been responsible for the critical context element of …
 
This episode of #TheNewAbnormal features the multiple award-winning magazine editor and brand consultant Steve Beale, who's observed / written about / been part of leading-edge subcultures for many years. The ex-editor of the legendary Sleaze Nation, he then went on to write for an array of titles, including being Editor at Large of The Face and Se…
 
The UN climate summit ended with the president of Cop26, Alok Sharma, in tears, after the conference united behind a “watered down” agreement in which coal power will be “phased down” rather than “phased out”. Stephen Bush and Anoosh Chakelian discuss what really happened in those final days in Glasgow and where the world goes from here to tackle c…
 
Yahoo’s new owners in Apollo Funds Management are backing Yahoo to the max – and the business is bolting. One of the earliest internet platforms is an entirely different beast today but what is Yahoo? Better question: ‘What isn’tYahoo?’ US giant Verizon sold the company to Apollo for $5 billion earlier this year and it’s been unleashed. Yahoo’s a s…
 
In this episode, I interview the dynamic Joanna Catalano. Her cv is daunting - President of Dentsu Aegis Network Asia Pacific / Board Member of WGI Worldwide / Advisor to Enrupt / the D&AD Impact Council / and President of the Female Founders - Singapore Chapter. Previously, she spent several years as a Regional Head at Google, and she has an MBA f…
 
In this episode of #TheNewAbnormal, I interview Paul Kemp-Robertson, the co-founder of Contagious Communications and co-author of 'The Contagious Commandments'. To put it mildly, he has a very deep knowledge of the global marketing communications industry. A graduate of Goldsmiths, and the ex-worldwide director of creative resources for Leo Burnett…
 
Black British Lives Matter is a new anthology of writing and conversations collecting the experiences of thought leaders in the UK including novelist Kit de Waal, architect Sir David Adjaye, politician Dawn Butler and many more. The book's co-editor, journalist and Chair of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Marcus Ryder MBE, discusses its themes a…
 
In this episode of 'The New Abnormal' I interview the filmmaker, broadcast journalist and presenter Wyn Baptiste. He's currently senior producer of the hugely successful TV drama 'MTV Shuga' which, for anyone not in the know, is essentially an entertainment show with a message aimed at young people; with the action set in Nigeria, South Africa, Ken…
 
The Standards Committee chair Chris Bryant joins Anoosh Chakelian, Stephen Bush and Ailbhe Rea to discuss the ongoing fallout from the Owen Paterson lobbying scandal. They talk about whether the UK is a corrupt country, how the scandal could affect the reputation of all MPs and why this moment feels similar to the run-up to the 1997 general electio…
 
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