Videos & Podcasts

  • Good Leaders Podcast Episode 10 – Charlie Dorman: ‘You can’t put tenacity into a spreadsheet’

    It has survived the 2008 financial crisis and Covid-19 – but, for events industry trailblazer Connection Crew, “the social enterprise narrative” isn’t always helpful, says director Charlie Dorman, even if impact is embedded in the business model.  

  • Fit for the Future: How Point and Sandwick harnesses the winds of fortune for social impact

    Calum MacDonald of SE100 award-winning Point and Sandwick Trust joins the podcast to share what makes a 'Social Business Champion' – and Carol Somerville and Joanne Ferguson of Bethesda Hospice explain how they benefit, too.

  • Good Leaders Podcast Episode 9 – Katie Buckingham: ‘Social entrepreneurs are inherently resilient’

    Katie Buckingham started Altruist Enterprises aged just 19 following her own experience of mental ill health. She tells Tim West why she’s an optimist – and why outside support was crucial in taking her business to the next level.

  • Fit for the Future: Breadwinners on impact measurement that makes a difference

    How do you gather meaningful data for an impact report – and how do you use it to improve your organisation? Martin Cosarinsky Campos and Harry George from social enterprise Breadwinners share what works in our latest episode.

  • Fit for the future: Cultural fit is ‘really just a lazy way of running an organisation’

    How to lead an effective and happy team, even in difficult times? In this episode, Tim West talks to Do It Now Now founder Bayo Adelaja and Clear Voice CEO Sadie Visick along with Buzzacott's Sarah Dalton.

More than providing period products: addressing women’s health in the social enterprise workplace

WISE Ways to Lead: Supporting employees through menstruation, fertility issues, pregnancy and menopause should be fundamental to a well-run social enterprise. Find out how you can be a great employer for all your staff in our latest webinar.