"Starting any enterprise is bloody hard work."In this A-Z podcast series you will find stories, top tips, advice, warnings and mea culpas from Liam and guests.
Sudan Drums practising, recorded in Khartoum, March 202030/11/2020 Duración: 50s
Sudan Drums practising, recorded in Khartoum, March 2020 by Pioneers Post archive
Migrateful chef: ”people have been living in this situation for years”09/04/2020 Duración: 01min
Migrateful chef: ”people have been living in this situation for years” by Pioneers Post archive
Migrateful chef: ”we suffered a lot, just to be safe”09/04/2020 Duración: 57s
Migrateful chef: ”we suffered a lot, just to be safe” by Pioneers Post archive
Migrateful chef: “the universe is giving a message to each of us”09/04/2020 Duración: 36s
Migrateful chef: “the universe is giving a message to each of us” by Pioneers Post archive
Sam Coy13/01/2020 Duración: 27s
Sam Coy by Pioneers Post archive
Lizzie Jordan13/01/2020 Duración: 26s
Lizzie Jordan by Pioneers Post archive
K Is For Know Yourself30/10/2015 Duración: 16min
Without wishing to sound too self indulgent, understanding yourself, how you feel and what you want is crucial to being a successful entrepreneur and a good leader. Liam Black talks about overcoming self-doubt and fear with former HR director at the BBC Lucy Adams and his former mentor Ronnie Hughes.
G Is For Go: When will you know it's time to go?15/09/2015 Duración: 15min
G Is For Go: When will you know it's time to go? by Social Entrepreneur's A-Z
I Is For Innovation: Google Ventures backed Asi Sharabi finds his name07/07/2015 Duración: 15min
I is for Innovation – possibly one of the most overused terms in the world of social entrepreneurship. Liam Black meets with Ali Sharabi, the founder of Lostmy.name to discuss taking ideas to market.
M Is For Mentor: Good mentors let you experiment, but don't give you enough rope to hang yourself03/06/2015 Duración: 22min
If your mentor combines a sympathetic nod with the line “And how does that make you feel?” you’ve probably picked the wrong person. Liam Black, former BBC director Lucy Adams and social entrepreneur Ronnie Hughes discuss good mentoring.
E Is For Evidence: Always ask the questions you might not like the answer to30/04/2015 Duración: 18min
E Is For Evidence: Always ask the questions you might not like the answer to by Social Entrepreneur's A-Z
D Is For Dont Believe The Hype: Be your own fiercest critic15/04/2015 Duración: 12min
D Is For Dont Believe The Hype: Be your own fiercest critic by Social Entrepreneur's A-Z
C Is For Customers: The closer you are to the frontline, the easier it is to see its flaws25/03/2015 Duración: 17min
The further away you are from the frontline, the better things seem on the ground. Liam Black brings Dr Aravind Srinivasan and Sandra Schembri back into the studio to discuss the importance of immersing yourself in frontline customer service.
B Is For Business Basics: Don't let your grand vision blur your business acumen11/03/2015 Duración: 17min
It is often easy to get caught up in your vision as a social entrepreneur. After all, you’re trying to change the world and you want to tell everybody about it. In the second of a series of podcasts to accompany his new Social Entrepreneur’s A to Z Liam Black talks about the all important, if a tad dull, business basics that lay the foundations for all successful enterprises with Dr Aravind Srinivasan and Sandra Schembri.
A Is For Anxiety: Worry is part of creation, don't let it paralyse you21/11/2014 Duración: 15min
Done the numbers and realised four years of your life could go down the drain? About to tell a room full of underpaid staff you are cutting their pay? Meet Helen Trevaskis and Maff Potts – the first two interviewees to share their experiences with Liam Black as he explores The Social Entrepreneur's A-Z chapter one: A is for Anxiety.