Bit of a different post, this one (just to warn you).
I was recently interviewed as part of an ongoing podcast series (which is hosted on youtube) called 'Delightful Dissent' - exploring a range of assumptions we make in how we work together, and think about how we approach different circumstances in our lives.
You can catch-up with the arguments and stories about how I explored an assertion about how our trust in others, and our relationships with them, is damaged/enhanced in equal measure when we bring challenges in the workplaces and communities we're part of:
But watching it back (and having watched a few in the series before me), it struck me that I've probably managed to come across as rather 'unprofessional':
- you can see me enjoy a single malt whiskey throughout the conversation;
- I openly retch when the topic of marmite is raised (I'm in the haters camp);
- I encourage Matthew and I to play at being spider-man;
- lego makes an appearance with an encouragement from me that we should all play with it more;
- and I advocate that we should all try and revert to being more of who and what we were as children (because being an adult sucks a lot of the time).