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Welcome to The Extreme Leaders podcast.

In each episode an inspirational leader will be put under the spotlight by one of our very own Extreme Leaders.

All the guests have a common thread and that is ‘authenticity’, whether in a business place, a sporting arena, the medical world or even on the battlefield - all of them have ‘led’ things and not just ‘read’ things.

We've loads more brilliant guests on the way so please subscribe to the podcast to get it delivered straight to your device.

http://theextremeleaders.com
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Welcome back to the Extreme Leaders podcast series.In this episode Alan Chambers talks to Trystan Williams. Trystan is the Executive Lead, Primary and Specialist Academies, at the Venturers Trust where he oversees six Primary Schools and a Special School, which has two sites. Trystan has chaired national conferences and led on many ground-breaking initiatives such as “The Extreme Classroom” and been the subject of numerous documentaries filmed and aired by the BBC, both nationally and globally. He has also achieved recognition at government level as a National Leader of Education, for his commitment to the highest standards of care and education for vulnerable young people.In a really interesting discussion, they cover subjects including the effects Covid-19 has had on children and staff, their mental health and their emotional well-being, and Trystan’s thoughts on the Government’s advice for schools during lockdown. ~ For more info about Trystan Williams : www.venturersacademy.org ~ www.theextremeleaders.com ~ Podcast Production by www.visualmonkeys.co.uk ~
Welcome back to The Extreme Leaders Podcast.In this episode Extreme Leader Neil Counihan talks to founder partner at Coyne Medical, Dr Hugh Coyne.Dr Hugh is a leading physician and in this episode talks about leading his team and how he has managed Covid. He's also possibly the tallest Doctor in Fulham. ~ For more info : www.theextremeleaders.com~ For more on Dr Hugh Coyne : www.coynemedical.com~ Podcast Production : www.visualmonkeys.co.uk
In this week's episode Extreme Leader Neil Counihan talks to his old school friend, journalist and Chair of BBC Children in Need, Rosie Millard.In the summer of 2018 Neil came out of a tube station, picked up a newspaper and read that Rosie was recovering from a huge brain tumour - so got back in touch.It's fair to say that in the last few years Rosie has been through some pretty tough times andin this podcast talks about her treatment and utter relief when the tumour was successfully removed.On a lighter note she also tells Neil about her love of marathon running and her passion for both the City and people of Hull.This is a great episode about leadership and overcoming obstacles.~ For more info: https://theextremeleaders.com/~Podcast production : www.visualmonkeys.co.uk~
Welcome back to The Extreme Leaders podcast series.“There was absolutely no way in the world that I was not going to make it!" Tonight is the 10th in our Podcast series in which @neilcounihan talks to Captain Mike Gregory, Director of Maritime Operations at Fly’ Fleet. Mike is a qualified Master Mariner who drives and manages a fleet of super yachts and a team of over 50 crew. In January of this year Mike participated in the @lewismoodyfdn Head South Expedition with us in aid of #tacklebraintumours. ~ For more info : www.theextremeleaders.com ~ Podcast production : www.visualmonkeys.co.uk
Welcome back - In this episode Wayne Hoyle and Alan Chambers bring you an Extreme Leaders special.In a wide ranging discussion they are joined by Jason Fox or 'Foxy', who as many of you know features as an instructor on Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins.This week the team also welcome Sean Taylor to the pod.As a Royal Marine commando, Sean Taylor has leapt from planes, trekked through jungles and fought in Afghanistan. After 22 years in the military Sergeant Taylor retired in 2005.He came up with an idea to entice adrenaline junkies like himself: Zip World, an adventure playground for grown-ups in North Wales with zip wires to take them downhill at speeds of up to 120 mph.“It is the closest you can get to skydiving without jumping from a plane.” ~ https://www.zipworld.co.uk/ ~ https://theextremeleaders.com/ ~ Podcast production by www.visualmonkeys.co.uk
Welcome back to The Extreme Leaders podcast.In this episode former Special Forces and Extreme Leader Wayne Hoyle talks in depth to Oliver Highway.Oliver was first diagnosed with a brain tumour in April 2012, aged just 39. As a result of his tumour and its treatment, Oliver’s life was turned upside-down when he was left with speech and cognition problems. But with the help of his family, Oliver hasn’t let these side-effects hold him back.Oliver is also an Ambassador for The Lewis Moody Foundation ~ www.thelewismoodyfoundation.org/ ~ www.thebraintumourcharity.org/media-centre/news/supporter-stories/speech-and-cognition-problems-olivers-story ~ www.theextremeleaders.com/ Podcast production www.visualmonkeys.co.uk
In this episode Extreme Leader Alan Chambers talks to former England rugby captain Lewis Moody who was part of the 2003 World Cup winning side.In this wide ranging discussion he talks about his playing days, the challenges since leaving the rugby pitch and his approach to leadership. With 71 caps for his country Moody has a host of accolades to his name including two Six Nations titles, seven Premiership triumphs and two Heineken Cup wins; the former England Captain is a true world rugby legend.Moody was known for the enthusiasm with which he played the game, his willingness to chase down opponents and his ability to compete for possession at restarts, earning him the nickname "Mad Dog" from teammates and supportersIn May 2014, Lewis and his wife Annie set up The Lewis Moody Foundation, inspired by rugby fan Joss Rowley Stark, to fund ground breaking research to improve the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumours and gives families a day out of the ordinary to lift spirits and create special memories.Since retiring Lewis’ public profile in the UK and world-wide, both in sport and more widely in business, continues to grow.For more information: ~ www.thelewismoodyfoundation.org/ ~ www.theextremeleaders.com/ ~ Podcast Production by www.visualmonkeys.co.uk
In this episode Neil Counihan hosts an Extreme Leaders lockdown special.Responding to Covid 19 the team discuss methods to assist Managers, Business Leaders, and Team Leaders to embrace ‘the new normal’ helping them get back to work.Alan Chambers and Wayne Hoyle of The Extreme Leaders talked with Martin Fairn and Bede Brosnahan of Gazing Performance about Leadership in uncertain times.For more information:http://theextremeleaders.com/ www.gazing.com
Welcome back !In this episode Extreme Leader and explorer Neil Counihan talks to the brilliant Chloe Bruce who is a 4th Dan Martial artist, a multiple World Champion and Stunt women from London.She's appeared in many music videos and films including Star Wars, Mission Impossible and Guardians of the Galaxy. Chloe invented her trademark-move: the 'scorpion-kick' leaving many in awe. In this podcast she discusses her early competition life, acting as a stunt woman in big budget films, becoming a parent and also that scorpion kick.For more information on the Extreme Leaders: https://theextremeleaders.com/ For more info on Chloe Bruce: https://www.instagram.com/chloedbruce/ https://www.instagram.com/chloebruceacademy/ https://www.facebook.com/officialCHLOEBRUCE/https://www.tiktok.com/@chloedbrucePinterest: @ChloeDBruce Produced and edited by Pete Roach www.visualmonkeys.co.uk
Welcome back to The Extreme Leaders podcast.This time, Extreme Leader Alan Chambers talks to his good friend and polar explorer Ann Daniels.Ann is one of the first women in history to reach the North and South Poles as part of an all women team. Described by The Daily Telegraph as one of the top 20 Great British Adventurers of all times. Ann is regularly asked to speak on leadership, motivation and overcoming challenges in an ever changing world. As a Polar guide and leader of 4 major scientific Arctic surveys, she is living proof that good leadership, teamwork and a positive mental attitude does make a difference to the success of a team.Alan Chambers is a former Royal Marine, polar adventurer and co-founder of The Extreme Leaders - for more information please take a look at the website: http://theextremeleaders.com/ Produced and edited by Pete Roach - VisualMonkeys
Welcome back to the Extreme Leaders PodcastIn each of these podcasts an inspirational leader will be put under the spotlight by one of our own Extreme Leaders. In this episode ‘SAS: Who Dares Wins’ Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox talks to his former boss - Special Forces Leader, Wayne Hoyle.For more information:http://theextremeleaders.com/Producer: Pete Roach - VisualMonkeys.co.uk
Welcome to The Extreme Leaders podcast.In this episode Extreme Leader and former UK Special Forces soldier Wayne Hoyle talks to the former editor of The Scottish Sun and current Radio X broadcaster - Gordon Smart.They cover a lot of ground ranging from Gordons brutal football injury, through to his equally brutal days editing the biggest newspaper in Scotland. For more information take a look at The Extreme Leaders website.www.theextremeleaders.com
Welcome to The Extreme Leaders podcast. In each episode an inspirational leader will be put under the spotlight by one of our very own Extreme Leaders. All the guests have a common thread and that is ‘authenticity’, whether in a business place, a sporting arena, the medical world or even on the battlefield - all of them have ‘led’ things and not just ‘read’ things.In our first episode polar adventurer, Extreme Leader and former Royal Marine Alan Chambers MBE talks to Dr. Ed Coats who is an Obstetrician, Gynaecologist and fertility doctor as well as a part-time adventurer when the opportunity arises.Ed was thrust into the limelight, when he was chosen to join James Cracknell and Ben Fogle on their epic race to the South Pole. The race was the first of its kind since Captain Scott was beaten by Norwegian Amundsen and the trip was was filmed for a BBC documentary series.The Extreme Leaders experience brings true transformation to your people and your business through support and leadership programmes driven by world class leaders. Our tailored solutions deliver impact at an individual, team and organisational level.Please subscribe to the podcast to get it delivered straight to your device. http://theextremeleaders.com/
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Loved this. Such honesty.

Jul 17th
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