Outrageous Impact Show – Helena Bourdillon

Outrageous Impact Show – Helena Bourdillon

In this episode, I chat with freediver Helena Bourdillon. Helena is an all-round badass and extremely awesome human. She talks about what it is like to be 76 metres underwater and the lessons this teaches for life on the surface. One of my favourite interviews ever....

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Outrageous Impact Show – Kirsten Walkom

Outrageous Impact Show – Kirsten Walkom

In this podcast, I interview Kirsten Walkom, Executive Vice President at Smith & Co. We talk crisis and reputation management, what drives her, and much more. Find out more details on Smith & Co at https://www.smithandcompany.com/about/

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Outrageous Impact Show – Reshma and Prakash

Outrageous Impact Show – Reshma and Prakash

It is not easy to classify this hugely enjoyable discussion with Prakash Sharma and Reshma Tonse as it spans India, behavioural economics & psychology, a guy called Sam, blame, chocolate and so much more. Find out more about Reshma and Prakash's work...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Ruth De Vere

Outrageous Impact Show – Ruth De Vere

In this episode, I chat with Ruth De Vere, Global Head of Behavioural Insights at World Animal Protection. Ruth leads a team of global researchers looking at how to get supporters to take better, more impactful actions to improve the lives of animals. In this chat we...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Andy Wilkins

Outrageous Impact Show – Andy Wilkins

In this interview, a first as it features music! I chat with Andy Wilkins. Andy is a futurist and customer-centred innovation strategist, who has worked at BT, strategy consultancy ADL and a start up. More recently Andy co-founded a new Think Tank - Vision4Health to...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Michelle Wright

Outrageous Impact Show – Michelle Wright

Here I chat with Michelle Wright, former classical violinist and now CEO of Cause4, a fundraising and programme development consultancy based in the UK. Michelle and I discuss: - Government attitudes to the arts- Why Michelle chose the name Cause4- Crossroads she has...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Simeon Quarrie

Outrageous Impact Show – Simeon Quarrie

In this episode, I chat with renaissance man, Simeon Quarrie, CEO & Visual Storyteller at Vivida. Vivida uses immersive storytelling (including VR) to get corporations taking action on cybersecurity and diversity and inclusion. In this chat we discuss: - What is...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Jana Mills

Outrageous Impact Show – Jana Mills

In this episode, I chat with Jana Mills. Jana is Executive Director of Small Axe, an agency that gets people taking action on pressing issues through mobilisation, organising and creative actions. In this discussion we talk about: - The job Jana wanted when he was...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Russ Stoddard

Outrageous Impact Show – Russ Stoddard

In this episode, I chat with Russ Stoddard, Founder and president at Oliver Russell, a certified BCorp. Based in Boise, Idaho, Russ is a serial entrepreneur, branding expert & the author of How to Build a Socially Conscious Business. We chat about: - Lockdown...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Mo Kanjilal

Outrageous Impact Show – Mo Kanjilal

In this interview, I chat with Mo Kanjilal, Co-creator at Watch this Sp_ce and Sales Director at Kiss the Fish. With Kiss the Fish, Mo has generated millions in revenue for clients. With her latest startup, she helps organisations to get to grips with building truly...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Ed Gyde

Outrageous Impact Show – Ed Gyde

Today I chat with Ed Gyde, CEO of Audience Social Marketing. Ed is a Communications & Marketing professional, who has helped to shape major UK social change campaigns in health such as ‘Talk to FRANK’ and ‘5 a day.’ We talk about:- Behaviour change- The UK...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Keira Roth

Outrageous Impact Show – Keira Roth

In this episode, I interview Keira Roth from Engaging Networks. Engaging Networks are based in the US/UK and work with not-for-profits to grow their online supporter engagement.  In this interview we discuss: - Digital transformation- What drives Keira- The part...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Rikesh Patel

Outrageous Impact Show – Rikesh Patel

In this episode, I chat with Rikesh Patel, founder & Creative Director of We The Seeds creative agency. Based in the UK, We The Seeds empower community-focused enterprises through unforgettable art-based marketing experiences. We talk about: - The power of art to...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Mark Bottomley

Outrageous Impact Show – Mark Bottomley

In this episode, I chat with Mark Bottomley, Creative and Managing Director at The Foundry. The Foundry work with brands and products that promote health, wellbeing and vitality (aka more guilt-free pleasures in life!) We discuss: Parenting Designing better agencies...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Lucy Snell

Outrageous Impact Show – Lucy Snell

A chat with Lucy Snell, New Business and Marketing Consultant at Cherry. Cherry is a boutique agency that works with creative agencies in all areas of new business. In our chat we explore: - How to do new business in a pandemic- How to identify salespeople that are as...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Fleurie Forbes-Martin

Outrageous Impact Show – Fleurie Forbes-Martin

Today's interview is with Fleurie Forbes-Martin, Business Growth Director at Studio Republic. Studio Republic is a digital and creative agency based in Winchester and London. They work on 'creative for good' projects. In this interview we discuss: - Lara Croft and...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Ben Caspersz

Outrageous Impact Show – Ben Caspersz

In this episode, I speak with Ben Caspersz, Founder and MD, Claremont. Claremont is a behaviour change communications agency specialising in social issues, based in the UK. Claremont has worked with Save The Children, NHS and government departments - too many to...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Brendan Rodgers

Outrageous Impact Show – Brendan Rodgers

In this episode, I speak to Brendan Rodgers, Marketing Director at Fundraisin, an online events fundraising platform. Funraisin is headquartered in Australia and opened offices in the UK and US in 2018. Since Covid-19, over £5m has been raised for charities via the...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Danny McGuinness

Outrageous Impact Show – Danny McGuinness

In which my daughter and I interview Danny McGuinness from Play Function Studio. Play Function Studio creates memorable motion graphics for agencies and global brands. In this interview we discuss: - How did they make Frozen?- What is motion graphics?- The next big...

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Outrageous Impact Show – John Dunford

Outrageous Impact Show – John Dunford

In this episode, I speak to John Dunford, CEO of The Developer Society (DEV). DEV is a not-for-profit digital agency, working with NGOs and groups who are on a mission to make the world a better place. We cover: - Agencies vs in-house- Climate justice and the...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Dominika Noworolska

Outrageous Impact Show – Dominika Noworolska

In this interview, I speak with Dominika Noworolska. Dominika is a Narrative Strategist and Semiotician, who works with big brands to help them decode culture. Dominika is also a member of the Outrageous Impact network of researchers. We talk about: - What semiotics...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Priscilla McKinney

Outrageous Impact Show – Priscilla McKinney

An interview with Priscilla McKinney, the CEO of Little Bird Marketing. Priscilla's firm is the agency of choice for insights agencies that want to grow. In this episode of The Outrageous Impact Show we talk about: - Her work revolutionising how insight agencies...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Luke from Koa

Outrageous Impact Show – Luke from Koa

An interview with Luke Gray, Co-Founder of Koa, an innovative design company based in the UK and Chicago. Luke comes from a deep heritage of product design and is now in the process of redesigning the way we make our beds. Yes, no more needing to jump into the duvet...

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Manual of Me

Manual of Me

One of the researchers in the Outrageous Impact network got me on to the idea of the 'Manual of Me'. This is a short document that tells prospective clients and colleagues how we each work. Here's mine.​ Enjoy!

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Outrageous Impact Show – Gender Avenger

Outrageous Impact Show – Gender Avenger

Gina Glantz describes herself as a ‘serial organiser, shit-stirrer, campaign tech innovator and grandmother’ (now that’s what you call a bio). After a career in politics, including organising a presidential campaign, Gina tells the remarkable story of co-founding...

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Outrageous Impact Show – Stefa’s story

Outrageous Impact Show – Stefa’s story

Stefa is an incredible person who I met at her grandson's birthday. I was the first person who'd ever heard this story. As a tribute to the human spirit, and courage, I am honoured to present Stefa's story. Patrick, Outrageous Impact.

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Outrageous Impact Show – Ebola Crisis

Outrageous Impact Show – Ebola Crisis

The Ebola crisis in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia dominated the media in 2015 and it was easy to feel as though there was nothing one could do. Memuna Janneh felt differently. Hear the story behind her LunchBoxGift initiative, which delivered hot meals to people in...

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Outrageous Impact Show – The Jungle

Outrageous Impact Show – The Jungle

An audio diary I made while volunteering at the Jungle refugee camp in Calais. Hear the real sounds and stories from those who built the aid operation from scratch, without government support. Patrick, Outrageous Impact.

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Outrageous Impact Show – Darren from Crunch

Outrageous Impact Show – Darren from Crunch

An interview with Darren Fell, CEO of Crunch, a cloud-based accountancy service, headquartered in Brighton and Hove. Darren is on a mission to upend the traditional, staid world of accountancy through providing tools, real-life accountants and community to support...

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#CrisisConnections

#CrisisConnections

In early March, we launched #CrisisConnections. This connects BCorps, charities and purpose-led businesses with (to date) professional expertise in over 70 disciplines, for FREE. Accessing support is easy. Simply fill in this form, tell us what you're looking for, or...

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The Say/Do Gap

The Say/Do Gap

A presentation of tips on how you can get ready to decipher the small, and often significant, gap between what customers say they would do in theory and how they actually behave in practice. #MarketResearch. #QualitativeResearch.  

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Why do online research?

Why do online research?

Digital-first research allows you to find out what customers, users, staff and stakeholders think, rapidly. It will give you an insight in to how they make key decisions and allow you to build hypotheses for testing. But how does digital-first research work in...

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Are Our Values A Match For Yours?

Are Our Values A Match For Yours?

When you are working for yourself, the 'why?' question is one you will face many times, both from yourself and others. I believe it has a number of facets; Why me? Why now? Why this? Why not that? Simply, why? The five whys, if you will!I believe that in this new era...

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Inside a charity crisis – what is it like?

Inside a charity crisis – what is it like?

Over 20 years in (and around) the charity sector I have been involved in responding to stories including fires, armed sieges, deaths, the list goes on. As the Oxfam story develops and their approach swings from atoning to victimhood, I thought it might be interesting...

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Tips for commissioning external research

Tips for commissioning external research

If you're asked to commission an research project it is natural to feel a little scared but don't panic. Yes, you are talking about the unknown but you are also working to build new products, services, campaigns, and processes to grow profit and make the...

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Speech: Thriving during a storm

Speech: Thriving during a storm

"Friends, we’ve known each other for a number of years and when I look around the audience I see people I have run campaigns with, people who have challenged seemingly insurmountable problems and people I admire. I see people who would die in a ditch for anyone in...

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