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How to empower podcast - Series 2

Welcome to our PwC LEAP Network How to empower… podcast, series 2. In this series we explore the themes of Leadership, Empowerment, Action and Progression, with practical advice on how you can empower yourself and others to take action and drive change for a more inclusive workplace.

Throughout this series Chris Keogh is joined by a range of special guests to help us explore the topics in more detail.

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How to empower... skills for the workforce of the future

Episode 10, series 2

In the final episode of series 2, Chris Keogh speaks to Paul Scrivens, Commercial Director at LoveLocalJobs Foundation, Fiona Camenzuli, Partner and New World. New Skills programme lead at PwC, and Danielle Quinlan, Audit Manager and Digital Accelerator at PwC, about the skills that the next generation need in an increasingly digital age, and how the current workforce can upskill themselves to be future ready.

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How to empower... women in work

Episode 9, series 2

This episode will take a look at the challenges facing women in work today and what governments and businesses can do to change things.

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How to empower... rest and recovery

Episode 8, series 2

Chris Keogh speaks to Data Partner Alex Cooke, Athlete Emily Diamond and Physical Performance Lead Dr. Michael Johnston about the importance of rest and recovery.

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How to empower... social enterprises

Episode 7, series 2

Chris Keogh is joined by Rachel Briant, Founder of Get Synergised, Jerry During, CEO and Co-Founder, Money A+E and David Adair, Head of Community Engagement, PwC who’ll be sharing more about their own experiences of working with, and creating, social enterprises, and the important role social enterprises play in the community and to economic growth.

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How to empower... social enterprises

How to empower inclusion

How to empower... bonus episode - inclusion

Episode 6, series 2

In this very special bonus episode recorded live at the PwC South East AGM, Chris Keogh speaks to Caroline Nokes, Chair of the Women and Equalities Committee and Asim Siddiqi, Partner and Co-lead for Diversity and Inclusion in the South East Audit practice at PwC about inclusion and common challenges in the workplace.

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How to empower... black role models

Episode 5, series 2

Chris Keogh is joined by Dennis Owusu-Sem, Founder of Success Talks and Monique Malcolm-Hay, Multicultural Business Network Co-Chair at PwC. To celebrate Black History Month, Dennis and Monique share their thoughts on the importance of black role models in business, who their role models are and how their work is having a positive impact on those around them.

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empower your resilience

How to empower... your resilience

Episode 4, series 2

Chris Keogh is joined by Cecil Adjalo, Director of Operations at Foundervine and Shamela Kylassum, owner of Pansophia Associates. Cecil and Shamela share their experiences and learnings from lockdown, their tips for building their resilience and the impact the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement has had on them.

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How to empower... strength in vulnerability

Episode 3, Series 2

Chris Keogh is joined by Dr Kamel Hothi OBE, Non Executive Director at TLC Lions and Laura Hinton, Head of People at PwC. Kamel and Laura share their professional and personal stories which helped shape them into the leaders they are now, who their heroes are and why sharing your vulnerabilities is a strength not a weakness.

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How to empower... strength in vulnerability

How to empower conversations on neurodiversity

Episode 2, series 2

In this episode, Chris Keogh is joined by Michael Vermeersch, Digital Inclusion Lead at Microsoft, and Aeron Vale, Data Analyst Consultant for PwC to discuss neurodiversity. This is the concept that neurological differences are recognised and respected as any other human variation. Both Aeron and Michael share their experiences of living with autism and how you can feel empowered to engage in a conversation on neurodiversity and support those around you.

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Episode 1, series 2

Despite decades of progress towards workplace equality, women remain woefully underrepresented in the UK’s technology workforce. In the first episode of the second series of How to empower, new host Chris Keogh is joined by Jing Teow, Economist at PwC and Wincie Wong, Head of Rose Review Implementation at NatWest to explore PwC's Women in Work Index, as well as discussing what can be done to address the gender balance in technology careers.

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