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Welcome to Ghost Lights from Thompson Harrison Hosted by Tracey Camilleri and Sam Rockey Exploring how leaders can build ‘human-shaped organisations’ by learning from the humanities – that repository of all that is most human. Join Tracey, Sam and their guests as they reimagine ways of creating enabling corporate and institutional environments within which everyone - from the most senior to the youngest recruit - can learn and thrive. They consider leadership at an angle rather than head-on ...
 
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This conversation between Tracey Camilleri and Enaam Ahmed Ali looks at the world through a gendered lens. Who better to do that than Enaam, 2022’s UN Women’s Representative for Climate Change and Technology? Enaam has spent 2021 talking to women around the world about the way in which climate change is impacting their lives, especially in poorer, …
 
Connecting Talent with OpportunityGuest: Thami Schweichler (Makers Unite)In this episode Tracey Camilleri talks to Thami Schweichler, the inspirational founder of Makers Unite, a sustainable clothing manufacturer based in the Netherlands that uses design as the mechanism to connect refugees with local people, businesses and ultimately with opportun…
 
Building an interconnected and thriving world for all.With our Guest, Shruthi Vijayakumar.In this episode Shruthi shares her own story of courage and change. As a young change-maker, Shruthi's work focuses on re-imagining how society can be designed to ensure a positive social impact for all.Drawing on ancient wisdom and challenging commonly held a…
 
Why people don't care how much you know, unless they know how much you careDr. Alistair Mokoena (Google South Africa Country Director)In this episode, Sam Rockey picks up on a conversation she started with Dr. Alistair Mokoena fifteen years ago that inspired her own work.Drawing on his experience working for some of the leading companies in the wor…
 
And Other Strategies for Women LeadersIn this episode Kathryn Bishop (Director of Oxford Said Business School's Women Transforming Leadership Programme and The Oxford Women's Leadership Development Programme) talks about her new book 'Make Your Own Map'. The book is designed as a practical strategy guide for aspiring women. Kathryn explains some of…
 
Stop playing it safeIn this podcast Tracey Camilleri and Samenua Sesher explore the power of art to renew, re-engage and reinvigorate, especially during times of trauma. As the Founder of the digital Museum of Colour, Samenua reflects on some of the creative journeys of her contributors – and on her own visceral reaction to the Pitt Rivers Museum o…
 
Language and Power - how does it work?Dr. Ben MorganIn this episode Tracey Camilleri talks to poet, academic, essayist and writer Ben Morgan looks under the bonnet at how language really works and why, when used well, it is effective. How has the recent outburst of joy around the vaccine and the US election been expressed? What is powerful about th…
 
Taking (unmanned) flightDr Yoge Patel (Blue Bear Systems | CEO)In this first of Series Two of our Ghost Lights Podcasts we focus on How to Begin.Here we have the good fortune to talk to tech entrepreneur Dr Yoge Patel, CEO of Blue Bear Systems a UK leader in unmanned flight technology about how she began to grow her company.She reflects on the deve…
 
A conversation with Margaret HeffernanIn this wide ranging episode Tracey talks to Margaret Heffernan about the importance of paying attention to what is not being said - as well as learning to listen closely to others who have a very different perspective and experience of life. She ponders the limits and oversimplifying 'narrative tidiness' of st…
 
A Conversation with Professor Martin KempMartin Kemp (Trinity College, Oxford | Emeritus Professor)In this episode, Tracey Camilleri talks to Oxford art historian, author, academic and world expert on Leonardo da Vinci, Professor Martin Kemp. Originally trained as a scientist, Kemp speaks about the advantages of looking at the world through multipl…
 
Learning from the interface between documentary making and psychotherapySally Angel (Angelica Films | Creative Director)In this episode Sam Rockey is in conversation with Sally Angel, Creative Director of Angelica Films, psychotherapist, Emmy and BAFTA Award winning Documentary Film maker. Sally shares why psychotherapy and documentary film making …
 
Robert sets a leadership thought experiment and discusses fear and loveRobert Rowland Smith, Philosopher, Author, Commentator and ConsultantRobert turns to philosophy to help leaders make sense of the experience with the pandemic. Robert talks about fear and love, the philosophical nature of uncertainty, the idea that the virus is a mirror to human…
 
Being human in a digital contextRobin Dunbar (Emeritus Professor of Evolutionary Psychology | Magdalen College, Oxford University)In this first episode, Tracey Camilleri talks to Prof Robin Dunbar of "Dunbar number" * fame. He is Emeritus Professor of Evolutionary Psychology at Magdalen College, Oxford University. Robin brings his years of research…
 
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