Leadership,

Brand & Transformation

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Brand & Transformation

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Award-Winning Books

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Award-Winning Books

Books by Minter Dial

Heartificial Empathy, Putting Heart into Business and Artificial Intelligence

NEW! Heartificial Empathy, 2nd edition, released in April 2023, looks at why and how, in the face of the new  developments in society and AI, brands should learn to flex their empathic muscle. With numerous cases and interviews, it examines how to encode empathy into your business and into Artificial Intelligence. This second edition won the Maincrest Media Award 2023 in the category of Business Management. Get your copy here. Disponible en français aussi ici.

You Lead, How Being Yourself Makes You A Better Leader

You Lead (Kogan Page), which won the Business Book Award 2022 in the category of Leadership, argues that business leaders deliver superior results, communities of engagement both inside and outside of the company and true values-driven success when they are themselves and come across as genuine. Get your copy here. Disponible en français aussi ici

Futureproof, How To Get Your Business Ready For The Next Disruption

Futureproof (Pearson-FT Press), cowritten with Caleb Storkey, explores the three core mindsets and twelve disruptive technologies that you must have in today’s age to help you grow your business, see success and get ready for the next disruption. Futureproof won the Business Book Award 2018. Get your copy here.

The Last Ring Home, A POW's Lasting Legacy of Courage, Love and Honor in World War II

The Last Ring Home is the story of Lt Minter Dial’s Annapolis Naval Academy ring that miraculously made its way home 17 years after he was killed as a POW of the Japanese in WWII. The book won the Book Excellence Award 2018. It’s also the subject of an award-winning documentary film. Get your copy here.

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Adaptive Padel – The Inspiring Story of Jack Binstead, founder of Team GB (JOPS02E02)

Adaptive Padel – The Inspiring Story of Jack Binstead, founder of Team GB (JOPS02E02)

Jack Binstead is a multi-talented actor and athlete. He is best known for his role as Rem Dogg in the popular BBC Comedy Series “Bad Education”. Through his work, Jack has become an advocate for greater diversity and inclusivity in the entertainment industry, helping to promote a more authentic representation of people with disabilities. He’s also an athlete, having represented Team GB and, having discovered padel in the summer of 2023, has founded and participated in Team GB Adaptive Padel. He practices and plays at the Rocks Lane Club in Chiswick, a 10-court club, founded by the Warren brothers, that is proudly promoting inclusivity in this sport. Jack played in the Inclusive Padel Tour in Dubai. We discuss his life journey, picking up padel and what are his favourite padel shots and players.

Build Your Legacy, Create a Superior Culture and Win at the Business of Life with bestselling author, speaker and consultant, James Kerr (MDE555)

Build Your Legacy, Create a Superior Culture and Win at the Business of Life with bestselling author, speaker and consultant, James Kerr (MDE555)

We discuss why James Kerr wrote this book about the All Blacks, what he learned through writing the book, the values of rugby, the tangible applications of leadership for business executives, how values create value, why knowing yourself is vital and the power of character and storytelling. A wonderful and wide-ranging conversation.

Run To the Roar, with the winningest coach in college sports history, Paul Assaiante (MDE554)

Run To the Roar, with the winningest coach in college sports history, Paul Assaiante (MDE554)

Squash, sometimes called a sport of strategy, is explored in-depth by Trinity Squash Coach Paul Assaiante, the most successful coach in college sports history. In this conversation with Paul Assaiante, we discuss his philosophy of coaching, how he’s been guided by his personal purpose, the best ways to train, motivate and guide a team of individual athletes to bring out their best. We also look at the role of empathy in coaching, how to learn, improve and perform under stress, and the way to get the best out of everyone. He also addresses some of the challenges of coaching in today’s environment, with the perils of social media, helicopter parenting and coming to grips with one’s emotions.

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