The Executive Edge is the podcast that gives you an edge in life and business with practical skills that you can apply to achieve and maintain success. Hosted by UK psychologist and business adviser, Sue Firth. The show is a mix of interviews, tips, business insights and inspiration.
Released May 18, 2022
This week's guest is Marie-Claire Ross, a consultant who works to help leadership teams, project teams and leaders to build cohesive teams.
On the show, Marie-Claire discusses the significance "trust" has in the workplace and just how important it is for building, not only successful teams, but successful businesses.
Released May 12, 2022
This episode was recorded because I wanted to discuss some of the key messages from a book called High Performance – Lessons from the best on becoming your best. It’s by Jake Humphrey and Professor Damian Hughes.
Some of the key points I make in this episode revolve around the authors' belief that your mindset impacts behaviour. This in turn affects the Team behaviour you have. Ultimately in the ...
Released May 5, 2022
This week's guest is Marisa Zalabak, a professional speaker and educational psychologist, who talks about how adaptive leaders handle change in an ever-changing environment. This is especially relevant post Covid.
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Released April 28, 2022
This week's guest is leadership coach Melissa Boggs.
On the show Melissa talks about what leadership looks like after the pandemic.
Commited to encouraging businesses to bridge the gap between the executive team at the top and the rest of the business, she outlines how business should be putting their efforts and resources into ‘building an employee experience’.
Released April 21, 2022
This week's guest is Julie Holunga, who talks about helping leaders take command of their careers. On the show, Julie outlines how we can use language in ways that will help us lead with influence and authority.
Released April 6, 2022
This week's guest is Daniel Tolson. Daniel is an expert in understanding how we get ‘stuck’; repeated loss, disappointment, and many traumas of his own put him in the unique position of understanding this.
On the show Daniel explains how emotional intelligence reframes experiences. He goes on to talk about how how the regulation of your own mood and emotions is vital to well-being.
Released March 31, 2022
This week's guest is Lesley Michaels
Lesley regularly works with clients she coaches to help them make progress in their careers. We all struggle with something at some point in our lives. Perhaps it’s an issue of gender inequality, or a perceived ceiling we think is holding us back. In Lesley’s long career, she’s experienced many of these issues, and has a lot of solid advice and common sense...
Released March 24, 2022
My guest this week is Scott Rossignol who is the Principal at a school in the US. EdAdvance is a Regional Education Service Centre and it's dedicated to supporting children with challenging needs.
Scott recently published a great book, 'Help from the Principal's Office', Parenting advice when your kids have trouble at school and at home.
On the show, we discuss the book and how b...
Released March 17, 2022
This week's guest is Sarah Burrows, a coach who is passionate about helping people change career and finding a role that is suited to them.
Released March 10, 2022
Ruth Yunker is this week's guest. Ruth talks about learning to love who we are and not letting age define us. She espouses the virtues of how to age well, stay active and that living a positive, effective, and happy life, is within reach of us all.
Released March 3, 2022
Dr Eric Plasker returns to talk about how we age and if it is all a great big lottery, or do we have any influence on that as an experience.
Eric runs a business as a successful Chiropractor, author, and podcaster. He has written several books and his website is www.the100yearlifestyle.com
Released February 24, 2022
This week is part 2 of a mini series I’ve devised exploring how psychology can be applied to life and work.
Released February 9, 2022
Alison Ver Halen is this week's guest.
Alison talks about why content marketing is of value to any business, and how we can all benefit from getting to grips with it.
Released February 3, 2022
This week's guest is Nicki Eyre from http://www.conductcoaching.com
Nicki shares her story about bullying in the workplace. She then goes on to talk about why companies need to better understand how to prevent bullying.
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Released January 27, 2022
Life coach Eric Bedel shares his journey from being bullied as a child to being a successful coach.
Talking about the life experiences that broke him down, Eric gives an insight into the lessons and wisdom he learned that have helped him achieve balance, peace and clarity of direction.
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Released January 20, 2022
I asked Jeffrey on to the show because he talks about purpose in life. Many of us probably got asked this question when we were younger, “what do you want to do, or be” but not many of us ask it again when we get older. Or take the time to reflect on what it means when something just doesn’t feel right for us in life, or the work we’re doing.
Tuning in to our feelings like this may seem unusual,...
Released January 13, 2022
This week's guest is Kathleen Healy.
I asked Kathleen on to the show because I know how typical it is that we start January feeling fed up when we’ve over indulged over Christmas. Or, we decide to follow one more round of New Year’s resolutions.
It isn’t that we’re not committed, I believe in setting goals at any time of year, but when it comes to dieting, the whole concept feels fraught wit...
Released December 16, 2021
It’s great to come online again and say ‘hi. It’s my custom to do this every now and then and I’m doing so today because I’m recommending a few things prior to the end of the year.
I’m going to suggest 6 tips therefore to support your review of the year, what you’ve learnt about yourself and what you do. Then I’ll cover a positive way to begin the start of next year.
I hope you’ve enjoyed th...
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