A friend of mine who listens to our podcasts tells me I am not challenging enough in my questioning.
My view is that I like them to be information-heavy and long(ish) so they provide value, in line with the other things we do (conferences, research, publishing).
But he thinks shorter, punchier and more agressive is the way to go.
What do you think? Here’s a few samples to base your opinions on:
In an exclusive podcast Toby Webb speaks with John Sauven, Executive Director of Greenpeace UK, about his views on responsible business, campaigning, companies in the news and the debate around NGO accountability
Jeffrey Hollender podcast: Why we need a revolution in business thinking
Toby Webb speaks with Jeffrey Hollender, founder, former CEO and now Chairman and Chief Inspired Protagonist at Seventh Generation
SAB Miller’s sustainable development strategy, challenges and opportunities
Toby Webb speaks with Andy Wales, group head of sustainable development as global brewer SAB Miller about the company’s sustainability strategy.