In Touch Networks is delighted to announce the official launch of its brand-new podcast series - In Touch Talks Business - focused on inspiring and enhancing the careers of senior-level business professionals.
In Touch Talks Business is tailored towards those looking to take the next step in their career. Whether you are looking to leave full-time employment and embark on a portfolio career as a non-executive director or consultant, or simply looking to take on a new board-level role, this podcast is packed full of useful advice and inspirational stories.
The podcast is one of many exciting new projects being launched by In Touch Networks and has been developed by Amanda Clarke, Director of Curriculum Development for the company. Each month, Amanda will be joined by highly successful business people who will share their insights, stories, and guidance for leading a prosperous career.
In this month’s episode, entitled Start Your Journey, Amanda is joined by:
Terry Brock is a technology and marketing expert and Hall of Fame speaker. He discusses how you can overcome the feeling of being overwhelmed.
Bernie Price is a champion sportswoman and top performing business coach. She shares her quick and simple tips for getting a better night’s sleep.
Susan Went is the MD of Nerissa Healthcare Consulting and is looking to make the transition from full-time employment to a portfolio career. She shares her initial thoughts around making the change.
Vanda Murray OBE
Vanda Murray is the Chair of Marshalls Plc. She talks about some of the biggest challenges facing the non-executive director today.
Matthew Roberts is the CEO of In Touch Networks. He will be giving his insight into what the company is all about and what is currently going on behind the scenes.
The first episode of the In Touch Talks Business podcast is available on a number of streaming platforms, including iTunes and Spotify. If you’d like to keep up-to-date with the latest episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast using one of the following links - Spotify or iTunes