Rachel Clarke is a doctor, campaigner and bestselling writer. She started off as a TV journalist, making documentaries about subjects ranging from the Monica Lewinsky scandal to the civil war in the Democratic Republic of Congo. She retrained as a doctor in her late twenties and is now a palliative care doctor and a passionate […]
Julia Hobsbawm is an entrepreneur, writer and expert on connectedness in the machine age. She founded the network and media business Editorial Intelligence and the Social Capital Network for BAME professionals and was awarded an OBE for services to business in 2015. Her books include Fully Connected and The Simplicity Principle, which won two awards […]
Douglas Board is a leadership and career coach and a senior research fellow at the former Cass Business School. He was a senior civil servant and a headhunter before embarking on a portfolio career as a writer, coach and board member. He has been Chair of the Refugee Council, treasurer of the Diana, Princess of […]
Guvna B is a multi-award-winning rapper, author and broadcaster. He has released 10 albums, including Secret World, Hands are Made for Working and Everywhere + Nowhere. He has won two MOBO Awards, three Urban Music Awards and presented documentaries on radio and TV. He has also published two books: Unpopular Culture and Unspoken. Guvna B, whose real name is Isaac Borquaye, talks […]
“We’re all freelancers now. It’s just that sometimes you’re freelancing for an organisation and sometimes you’re freelancing as an individual.” Sarah Churchwell talks about the changing face of academia and how to fight falsehood and fascism in a pandemic.
“Whether you want to have a personal brand or not, you have one. And quite often it’s not created by you.” Writer, broadcaster and coach Harriet Minter talks about building a career – and brand – you love while you work from home, the horrors and joys of a “call to action” on LinkedIn, and how to work out what you really want – and get it.