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April 7, 2021

#38. Got a presentation to deliver to your team? Let’s sort it.

“Presentation skills and public speaking ability is the #1 leadership skill you need to have in order to stand out from the crowd and be a […]
March 24, 2021
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#37. Mastering leadership (including a canine perspective)

With a background and passion for outdoors experiential education, the effervescent Iggy Perillo has evolved her business WSL Leadership to specialise in curating and facilitating leadership […]
March 10, 2021

#35. Top-flight tips from a pilot for your team

Just how relevant do you think the skills of an airline pilot might be in business? Today we find out with thanks to our guest Paul […]
March 3, 2021
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#34. How HR can be less tactical and more strategic

Today’s guest helps organisations identify the gaps within their HR process where technology can be leveraged, freeing up their time to be less tactical and play […]
February 24, 2021

#33. How it all began – the Raising the Baa story

If it’s good enough for the TV world it’s fine by us! One of our most popular episodes relates to THE most frequently asked question we […]
February 17, 2021
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#32. From Dell and 3M to luxury brands and insurance, adaptability is key

Team effectiveness, behavioural preferences and what motivates people to think and act like they do – all topics which fascinate today’s guest interviewee. In his words […]
February 3, 2021
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#30. Is ‘fun’ a prerequisite of your team training – real or virtual?

An American angle on team culture and engagement this time in our conversation with funny, motivational keynote speaker Brad Montgomery. Brad helps leaders, managers and their […]
January 27, 2021

#29. Have you ‘herd’ the one about cows flying to Africa?

If someone suggested flying cows from the UK to Africa to assist in a time of extreme famine, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was too […]
January 20, 2021
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#28. Keeping it simple

Executive coach, speaker and author of 5 books, Simon Tyler is our guest in this episode. Local to Raising the Baa, Simon is a humorous and […]
December 2, 2020

#25. Launching EWE ROCK!

Which company would you like to say “Ewe Rock!” to? In 2020 there have been so many incredible examples of kindness, generosity, thoughtfulness and innovation, it’s […]
November 18, 2020
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#23. A holistic learning approach with the help of Mother Nature

Our guest this week endorses a holistic learning approach, much of it in nature-rich surroundings. Founder and director of Saltbox Training and Events, established in 2008, […]
October 20, 2020
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#19. The lessons Mother Nature can teach us about teamwork

With Mother Nature as her business partner (and one of ours’ too of course) Rachel Woods MSc shares her thoughts on how to improve teamwork and […]
October 7, 2020
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#17. Remote team tactics from tech industry FTSE 50 senior exec/entrepreneur

If you’re starting, building or re-structuring your remote team for massive success, this episode is for you. FTSE Senior Exec turned Entrepreneur Ian Drew shares his […]
September 15, 2020
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Podcast Episode 14 – How to lead your flock in times of uncertainty

Nick Obolensky experienced a day on the farm with Raising the Baa in its beta-stage days and his academic insights were particularly reassuring and helpful to […]
September 2, 2020
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Podcast Episode 12 – Ce-le-brate (good times, c’mon!)

Singing (you do recognise the song lyric above don’t you?), dancing, high-fiving, clapping, shrieking, laughing, pats on the back, hugs and polite handshakes – we’ve seen […]
August 25, 2020
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Podcast Episode 11 – Are questions, in fact, the answers?

Possibly not the most obvious learning from a team building exercise but one which is super useful – ask questions. We often notice the lack of […]