The Hidden Edge Podcast
Unlock your potential. Listen to real life stories and conversations with C-suite leaders of global companies, adventurers, world record holders and entrepreneurs about mental fitness.
Episode 8: How To Survive Fast-Paced Work Environments (Without Losing Your Mind!), With Symbia MD Jodie Rogers
How do we thrive in our fast-paced work environment with positive energy and sustainable performance? Jodie Rogers shares 5 ways to protect yourself mentally from the growing pressures and perils of work in 2022, and beyond.
Learn how Symbia MD Jodie Rogers helps teams and leaders carry the change from her workshops forward into the workplace so that they don't get sucked back into 'business as usual' on the first Monday after a session.
Episode 6: Breaking the Stigma of Mental Ill Health and Democratizing Mental Fitness, With Geoff McDonald
Keynote speaker, business transformation advisor, mental health campaigner, and former Global VP of Human Resources for Unilever Geoff McDonald talks with Jodie about ending the stigma of depression and anxiety in the workplace and fixing the 'broken brand' of mental health to create a more inspiring, aspirational model of mental fitness.
Episode 5: The Future of Mental Fitness: A Holistic Approach to Employee Wellbeing, With Toni Cairns, JDE Global HR Director
Mental fitness can be a game-changer if we leverage it as a resource, and completely holds us back if we don't. How can we expect corporate attitudes and approaches to this crucial success factor to change in the coming years? Toni Cairns of JDE explains why companies must shift to a holistic approach to their employees' inner game.
Episode 4: Mental Fitness and the Bravery of Being Vulnerable, With Ben & Jerry’s CEO Matthew McCarthy
How can you enhance your mental fitness and that of your team and have the bravery to be vulnerable as a leader? Matthew McCarthy, CEO of Ben & Jerry's, shares how he has embraced the inner game and sheds light on the importance of being brave as a leader by being vulnerable.
How can you communicate in crises and uncertain environments in a way that builds relationships and leads to positive outcomes? With 30 years at the Met Police and a decade as a hostage and crisis negotiator for Scotland Yard, Nicky has many stories to tell about the importance of listening, communication and resilience.