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Best Berlin School Of Creative Leadership podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Berlin School Of Creative Leadership podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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This episode of Meet the Experts is hosted by Leonard Sommer, a Berlin School alumnus and co-founder of SOMMER + SOMMER and martech consultancy, XQ Digital. He spoke with co-founder and chief innovation officer of Volocopter, Alexander Zosel. Volocopter's aim is to provide urban air mobility in addition to existing transport options in order to ena…
 
This episode of Meet the Experts is presented by Megan Lillick, Marketing Manager at the Berlin School. She interviews Steve Keller, Sonic Strategy Director at Pandora and participant of our Executive MBA program, on his recent trip to Ecuador for REINVENTION. Steve was a speaker at the event and Megan gets the brief summary on this keynote titled,…
 
This episode of Meet the Experts is hosted by Leonard Sommer, a Berlin School alumnus and co-founder of SOMMER + SOMMER and martech consultancy, XQ Digital. He spoke with Amy Rodgers, head of research at WARC, a leading resource for brands and agencies, who utilize its extensive archive of case studies, best practices, research and data to make the…
 
For this special recap episode of the Future of Doing series, Sean from the Berlin School joins Tracy Brown and Barry Mowszowski, the two Experience Strategists behind the Future of Doing insights research, to look back on the most vital takeaways from the previous six episodes and how these lessons can be applied in the workplace to improve employ…
 
The Future of Doing Episode #6: Multi-disciplinary CollaborationThis week, our guest hosts look into the nature of Collaboration and the many ways it shapes leadership dynamics. Meet the Experts is delighted to present a special podcast series called ‘The Future of Doing’ presented by Tracy Brown and Barry Mowszowski, two Experience Strategists who…
 
The Future of Doing Episode #5: The Work EnvironmentThis week, our guest hosts look at how the physical work environment and the evolution of remote work impacts creative minds.Meet the Experts is delighted to present a special podcast series called ‘The Future of Doing’ presented by Tracy Brown and Barry Mowszowski, two Experience Strategists who …
 
The Future of Doing Episode #4: How Creative Services are SoldThis week, our guest hosts look into whether organizations are willing to put their money where their mouth is when they engage creative partners. Meet the Experts is delighted to present a special podcast series called ‘The Future of Doing’ presented by Tracy Brown and Barry Mowszowski,…
 
The Future of Doing Episode #3: How to Inspire Great IdeasThis week, our guest hosts look into how companies can create better environments to inspire ideas by asking participants to explore what motivates them to collaborate and find innovative solutions. Meet the Experts is delighted to present a special podcast series called ‘The Future of Doing…
 
The Future of Doing Episode #2: How to Make Talent Feel ValuedThis week we explore the question: How do companies remunerate and reward talent to keep them engaged and motivated?We also explore diversity and the commercial value of creative talent.Meet the Experts is delighted to present a special podcast series called ‘The Future of Doing’ present…
 
How do brands define their 'reason for being'? Does this line-up with the purpose of their employees and creative-makers? How is this purpose articulated through brand messaging or social impact?Meet the Experts is delighted to present a special podcast series called ‘The Future of Doing’ presented by Tracy Brown and Barry Mowszowski, two Experienc…
 
This episode of Meet the Experts is presented by Berlin School alumnus and co-founder of SOMMER + SOMMER and martech consultancy, XQ Digital, Leonard Sommer. He spoke to Scott Brinker, Vice President of Platform Ecosystem at Hubspot and a renowned expert in the field of Marketing Technology. Sometimes referred to as the “Father of Martech”, Scott’s…
 
"You need to have role-models and you need to have mentors in order to help women to get to the top."In this week’s Meet the Experts, Julie spoke to Executive Strategy Director at the Service Plan Group and recent Berlin School Graduate, Dr. Rosa Kriesche about her Executive MBA thesis, titled ‘The Leadership Ideal: Style Values and Sex Role Stereo…
 
"When you have a pre-programmed way of doing things, you tend to repeat it. That's your lifeline. Innovation tries to break through this psychological pattern." This week we interviewed Katja Nettesheim, Founder and Managing Director of Mediate_, Professor of Digital Transformation at Steinbeis School, and guest speaker at our Executive MBA in Crea…
 
"Newsroom leaders have to bring creativity to this discussion."This July, we celebrated a new class of creative leaders at our annual Graduation Day. One of the graduates was journalist, entrepreneur and professor, Paul Glader. He sat down with us to discuss his Berlin School journey and his Executive MBA Thesis: Vetting the News - Solving Informat…
 
"Things change. We need to not only accept change, but encourage change."Meet the creative mind behind the ‘Burger King Whopper Detour’ - Gabriel Schmitt, Berlin School Executive MBA Participant and Executive Creative Director at FCB NY. Whopper Detour is the turf-invading campaign which invited BK customers to order a Whopper for 1¢, but only when…
 
"It's important to use your position, however big or small that is, to effect as much good as you can."Keryn Nossal is an Executive MBA participant with a story to tell. Several stories, in fact. Keryn is the Founder and Managing Director of Fancy Films, a women-run creative content agency based in Melbourne, Australia.Inspired by the #MeToo Moveme…
 
"the catalytic change depends on creating a sustainability market-place of people and actions."Throughout the month of June, Rio will play host to LivMundi Festival - a month-long series of events encouraging leaders and local community members of all backgrounds to come together and take action on sustainability through projects, installations, ta…
 
"I think the human factor in journalism is getting stronger."In our final dispatch from this year's SxSW festival, we spoke with Head of Digital Programming at Deutsche WelleAt this year's festival, Ellen caught up with Managing Director of XQ Digital and Berlin School alumnus, Leonard Sommer, and discussed the most interesting trends shaping the w…
 
"Most people think you can't learn empathy. I think you can - you can train it."In our 2nd dispatch from this year's SxSW festival, we chatted with Head of Digital Channels for Microsoft Germany, Magdalena Rogl. She sat down with Managing Director of XQ Digital and Berlin School alumnus, Leonard Sommer and they discussed the role of empathy and emo…
 
"To stay relevant to the consumer, you need to constantly come up with new offerings and new ideas."This week's special guest is Bessie Lee, Founder and CEO of Withinlink, a China-based startup incubator and early stage venture fund, focused on Marketing Technology that supports China's media communications industry. Lee spoke with Julie from the B…
 
"I think it's important that we demonstrate that creativity can be a force for good."In this week's episode, we spoke to Executive MBA participant, Luis Miguel Messianu - CEO of Alma and ground-breaking voice in multicultural advertising. Alma has made a name for itself by being fearless in tackling complex, social issues in campaigns such as 'Your…
 
Are self-identified 'creatives' more likely to take creative ethical liberties? What can employees do to empower creativity while minimising this potential behaviour? This week we spoke to Senior User Experience Researcher at Google, Kelly Moran, about the complex intersection between creativity and ethics and how ethics can help us to produce bett…
 
In the first of our SxSW Dispatches, we speak to Sascha Kurfiss, Senior Consultant at XQ Digital. Sascha looks back on some of the key topics featured at this year's conference including the era of hands-free mobile, the debate on data and privacy, and why so many creative leaders are looking to China to see what's next when it comes to innovation,…
 
"Retaining talent is so unbelievably important for an organisation to operate."Experience Strategist, Tracy Brown, has written volumes on the importance of meritocracy to the success and sustainability of organizations. We spoke to her about creating fairer and smarter workplaces, implementing transparency, and the imagining the future of work.Trac…
 
“My whole career, I’ve wanted to do 'profit and social-purpose' led work and the market has really caught up to that.”In the episode of ‘Meet the Experts’, we spoke with Independent Strategy Director and Executive MBA alumnus Barry Mowszowski to get beneath the surface of brand experience – a key topic at this years Cannes Creative Leaders Programm…
 
In this week’s episode, we chewed the fat with co-founder of Sommer + Sommer, XQ digital and an alumni of the Berlin School, Leonard Sommer.He sat down with Julie from the Berlin School to discuss the need for a nuanced understanding of digital transformation. One that encompasses the three major challenges ahead for new companies: the rapid and de…
 
In this episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Strategy Director of AKQA and graduate of the Cannes Creative Leadership Programme, Miriam Sauer.She sat down with Julie from the Berlin School to discuss the role of brand purpose and building a more holistic and upstream way of working with strategy.Find out more about our immersive nine-day l…
 
Ahead of their exciting collaboration at this year's XQ Digital Summit, 'Disruption is the End of Silence', we spoke to innovation and engineering experts Uwe Andreas Hermann and Prof. Dr. Søren Salamo about reimagining the purpose and power of the hearing aid of the future, as well as the connection between innovation, Sci-Fi and improving human w…
 
This week we spoke with creative leader at Pescador Public Strategies and a graduate of our Cannes Creative Leadership Programme, Evita Puente.A self-described ‘creative instigator’, Evita Puente believes in the wisdom of the crowd... and is known for helping her teams apply their individual insights to broader emerging trends, especially as global…
 
Martin Woska is the Chief Creative and Strategy Officer at TRIAD advertising and a graduate of our Cannes Creative Leadership Programme.Martin sat down with Julie from the Berlin School to share his insights learnt from growing an agency in the Slovakian market. He also discusses the evolution of the agency at the advent of digital advertising and …
 
Sergio Garcia is a Strategy Director at Ps21 and a graduate of our Cannes Creative Leaders Programme.He shares his learnings and challenges on leading Ps21's evolution from a creative agency to a creative transformation agency and how their mission went from producing creative work to applying creativity along the entire value chain of a company fr…
 
Mukti Khaire is Girish and Jaidev Reddy Professor of Practice at Cornell Tech.Mukti’s research focuses on entrepreneurship in the creative industries, such as art, advertising, architecture and design, fashion, film, music, publishing, and theater.In particular, she is interested in understanding how entrepreneurs create markets for new categories …
 
Erik Lozano is a self-described 'accidental entrepreneur' who turned his passion for Mezcal into a career by co-founding San Cosme Mezcal. In this episode we catch up with Erik and discuss the evolution of Mexico's country brand, sharing the taste of Mezcal with the world and his journey as a Berlin School EMBA participant.…
 
This week we sat down with Rebecca Salerno, Berlin School EMBA participant and director of content marketing at Indiana University's Kelly School of Business. Rebecca has extensive experience leading creative teams in developing marketing and communications for student recruitment and engagement. We spoke about the role talent development and brand…
 
'It doesn't really matter how much data you have if you don't have understanding'Mikkel Rasmussen is a founding partner of ReD associates, a strategy consulting company who made a name for themselves by applying human sciences such as anthropology, humanities, sociology to big business problems.He discusses the difference between data and understan…
 
Creative evangelist and design consultant Jeremy Tai Abbett draws on his experience starting several ventures that found their genesis at the intersection of design and technology. We spoke to him at this year's DMEXCO's conference about how companies need to face their fear and take digital transformation head on.…
 
Roxy Guellmeister is an architect, urbanist and designer at Foster + Partners. She focuses on human centered design that goes beyond architecture, nranching out towards technology, interface and future urban living. After conducting a masterclass as part of our EMBA program, we sat down with Roxy to discuss the role diversity plays in a leadership …
 
'What's the balance between technology and Creativity in Marketing?'Head of Content Strategy for EMEA & APAC at Contently, Giuseppe Caltabiano discusses the role creativity plays in leaderhip, understanding your audience through data and debunking the 'inspiration' theory.By Berlin School of Creative Leadership
 
A.I. offers a new level and depth of customer engagement but leading clients on this new journey continues to be a challenge. Partner and Global Chief Creative Officer for IBM iX, Billy leads teams across 42 studios to create digital brand experiences with progressive strategies, human-centered design, and transformative technology. Billy discusses…
 
When Jarrod Eckstein accidently dropped a 16,000¥ vase in the middle of a luxury Shanghai department store, it triggered a ripple of comradery amongst his classmates. Berlin School EMBA participants, Jarrod Eckstein and Line Grove Hermansen tell the story of the broken vase that became a symbol of generosity and community in action.…
 
Leaders can no-longer be rigid their approach to talent and people development. Author, Inspiration Director, and Agile People Coach, Pia-Maria Thorén, believes in a radical approach to HR and management. Pia looks to other areas of business such as finance, IT, and strategy to explore more creative, adaptive, and spontaneous ways to create a healt…
 
Finance Professor Olivier Tabatoni believes to dissect the complex interactions of finance, strategy and leadership takes both an analytical and creative approach. We spoke him about the role of trust in the world of finance, the importance of embracing the creative thoughts process, and about the complex technologies such as blockchain that will a…
 
EMBA participant Joel Ryan sees his leadership development and learning as a raised flag to the 15,000 employees in his company. As Group Manager Themed Entertainment & Children Activities at the Sandals Group, his job is to blend the latest technologies and trends to innovate the hospitality industry in the Caribbean. We spoke to him about the cha…
 
Robert Weisz is an expert in the role of psychology in leadership. He believes that emotional intelligence is key in effective leadership and that many leaders risk placing too much emphasis on content and direction, and not enough on people. Professor Weizs speaks about the importance of self-awareness, the impact of emotional expression, and how …
 
Iepe Rubingh described himself as a ‘Start-Up Artist’ – a cross between artist and entrepreneur. He is also the inventor of Chessboxing, a new sport wherein two opponents go head to head in the ring, alternating between rounds of chess and rounds of boxing. Iepe opens up about challenging the elitism of the art world, and about learning the busines…
 
Leading communications expert, Julian Stodd says that companies need to adapt to become fit for the ‘social age’. We spoke to him about the emergence of this new era and the shift in power that it brings. In the race for social strength, what leadership challenges are faced when big companies are no-longer the ones with the loudest voice?…
 
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