Our 40 Minute Mentor Series 5 was packed to the brim with candid advice and insights from some of the most inspirational leaders across industries. To relieve some of our favourite parts, we’ve decided to release a special 2-part ‘best bits’ compilation episode.
In part one you’ll hear from:
- Sir Clive Woodward and the importance of creating an environment where your whole team feel comfortable enough to speak up and disagree
- Andy Davis, Co-Founder of 10×10 and his journey to becoming an entrepreneur.
- Alice Bentinck MBE, Co-Founder of Entrepreneur First on the characteristics and traits she looks out for when choosing Founders to invest in.
- Gary Stewart, CEO of FounderTribes on why businesses should be looking to hire proven entrepreneurs.
- Juliet Davenport, CEO of Good Energy and the importance of getting exactly the right people in place to build a successful business.
- Grace Beverley, Founder of SHREDDY and TALA on her entrepreneurial journey and her experience of being such a young CEO.
- Rachel Carrell, Founder of Koru Kids, shares how Koru Kids adapted to the pandemic.
- And Mo Gawdat, Founder of One Billion Happy and Host of the Slo Mo podcast, shares why mentorship is so important.
It was such a please to sit down with these inspirational 40 Minute Mentors, so if you enjoy today’s compilation episode, make sure you listen back to their full episode in series 5.
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