Our partnership with Share Radio
We are delighted to work closely with the Shop Floor programme on Share Radio.
Shop Floor focuses on the world of work and people, and we are proud to align ourselves with a programme that looks at the current issues concerning people and business performance. We see this partnership as a great way for ourselves and our clients to be right in the middle of the debate on current issues relevant to our customers.
IDG have regularly contributed to the programme and you can listen back to some of the episodes here.
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Listen to past Shop Floor programmes
More about Share Radio
Share Radio is the UK’s only radio station dedicated solely to business. Soon to go nationwide, they broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on all aspects of consumer issues, personal finance, business, investments and economics. The radio station entertains and gives guidance, attempting to both make and save listeners money. In little more than a year since launch, the station has won and been short-listed for many awards, including Financial Broadcast Journalist of the Year (Sarah Pennells) at the Santandar Financial Journalist Awards.
Share Radio also partners with the Financial Times and the Daily Mail’s online ‘This is Money’ team. Commercial partners include IDG’s clients Henderson Global Investors and the London Stock Exchange Group, as well as NS&I, The Share Centre and Mundy Cruising. Most recently, Share Radio has partnered with the Open University to deliver a ground-breaking radio version of the successful ‘Managing My Money’ financial education course.
Jake Meyer talks about the future of the workplace as well as his expedition to K2 later this year.
Our own Johanne Malin talks with Nick about creating effective teams who are remote from each other, short term strategic thinking, use of technology in engagement, the talent gap middle management, and her experiences as an officer cadet at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
Nick talks to IDG chairman Stephen Bennett about his approach to leadership and IDG’s relationship with RMAS.
Nick was invited by IDG to the annual Commandant’s Parade at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. He talked to Major General Paul Nanson and Lieutenant Colonel Lucy Giles about Sandhurst’s special relationship with IDG, how they best inspire and help to develop leadership skills within the military and also how this can be translated into the business centre.
On International Women’s Day 2016, Nick talks with IDG’s Kathie Knell about Inclusion and Diversity, and also interviews Sabrina Gidda and Fiona Lee, who have both chosen career paths in predominately male-dominated area.
IDG Insights #3
Nick interviews IDG’s Iain Robertson.
IDG Insights #2
IDG Insights #1
Nick Peters talks to IDG’s Managing Director, Craig Preston, about our partnership with the programme.