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The workplace, for many people, is a taken for granted part of their lives. We believe that it’s time ‘the workplace’ was given more intelligent and considered attention. Workplace Matters explores our workplaces through conversations with fascinating people that design, create, manage and work in them. It provides fresh perspectives on the cultural, spatial and technological aspects of workplace, through thought-provoking interviews and discussions. Our goal is to encourage people to think differently about the workplace. Get in touch with us @wpmpodcast or leave a review. We’d love to hear from you. The Workplace Matters theme was expertly written, performed and produced by Handspan. The Workplace Matters logo background was designed by Freepik
||Clean6. Muggles and magic wands | Mark Eltringham||Ian is in conversation with Mark Eltringham, publisher of workplaceinsight.net.…||19 12 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean5. The Stoddart Review ‘director’s commentary’ | Polly Plunket||Ian is in conversation with Polly Plunket, programme director of…||12 12 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean4. Guerrillas, mirrors and Robert Propst pt.2 | Mark Catchlove||Ian and Mark Catchlove continue their extended ‘deep dive’ conversation…||6 12 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean3. Guerrillas, mirrors and Robert Propst pt.1 | Mark Catchlove||Ian talks with Mark Catchlove, Director of the Knowledge and…||6 12 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean2. Be excellent to each other | Neil Usher||Ian talks to Neil Usher, Workplace Director at Sky and…||28 11 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean1. Welcome to Workplace Matters | Ian Ellison & James Pinder||In this opening episode, Ian and James talk about the…||23 11 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Loving your work
Well done on getting the podcast out consistently in the first few weeks. I come to it from an OD and leadership perspective but have really enjoyed the various vantage points of your contributors so far.A real mix of views expertly handled by an ever enthusiastic and passionate host. Keep up the good work and stay passionate!
A really good start and a much needed filling to the workplace podcast gap! Great scope of subjects and approaches in the first few episodes can’t wait for more. Helps my poor brain think! Mind how you go.
Ian Ellison's style brings out the best in all his interviewees. Don't be fooled by the informality - his breadth, depth, relevance and insight helps us all whether 'in' workplace industry or 'out' of it - but he does it with buckets of humour and kindness. I'm hooked on the series. Plug in and enjoy!