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“Leaders are responsible for creating an adaptable, flexible organisation that consistently achieves its strategic goals.”

PMI’s leadership podcast, ‘Leading for Business Excellence’ brings you inspiring conversations with great leaders.

Our guests talk about what leadership and business excellence mean to them, revealing their thoughts on creating high-performance organisations which grow, innovate, and delight their customers.  They share their stories, not just of their successes but also talk candidly about what they learned from their low moments.  They talk about how they developed as a leader, and who has had a real influence on them and their leadership style.

A leadership podcast to support you

Leadership is an evolving role that needs to pay attention to the macro and microenvironment.  As we evolve and adapt to our ever-changing environment, the commercial and strategic challenges we face as leaders often require new thinking and new ways of working.

Business excellence is what leaders strive for – the aspiration to be the best, to engage their people in that pursuit, and to unite the organisation with a common purpose.

We ask our guests all these questions and more

There is much to learn from the experience of others, and that’s why we created our leadership podcast – so that you get the opportunity to hear from great leaders, so that you can be inspired to be the best.

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Latest Episode

Turning Customer Needs into Strategic Success Using Operational Excellence with Suraj Patel, Director of Operational Strategy at Capital One

Latest Episode

Suraj Patel talks about championing the link between operational excellence and strategy to drive results at Capital One.

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Latest Video

Watch now for advice from Dom Slade at KPMG UK on empowering people at all levels of the organisation to kick start change.

Watch now for advice from Dom Slade at KPMG UK on empowering people at all levels of the organisation to kick start change.

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More resources that may interest you

Business improvement and trust: in the workplace, there are leaders who use power or fear to command respect. But does that work?

Read now:  Why Trust and Respect Enable Success blog

Establishing a culture of continuous improvement requires the roll out of the thinking, methods, and tools of Lean Six Sigma. But what is the difference between each belt?

Read now:  Belt Up! Which Lean Six Sigma Belts are for You, Your Team, Your Organisation blog

What do you do if you discover that the methods your organisation has committed to adopting have been set aside and instead one of your colleagues continues to manage their people and processes the way they always have?

Read now:  Managing for Continuous Improvement blog

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