Minter Dialogue with Nathalie Nahai
Nathalie Nahai, author, prior guest and is known for giving keynote speeches and consultancy on persuasive technology, ethics and the psychology behind evolving consumer behaviours. A member of the BIMA Human Insights Council, she also hosts The Hive Podcast and contributes to national publications, television (BBC, Sky, CNN), and radio (BBC Radio 4) on the impact of technology in our lives. In this discussion, we discuss her new book, Business Unusual: Values, Uncertainty and the Psychology of Brand Resilience (Kogan Page Inspire), the changing notion of our collective moral compass, how personalisation thwarts empathy, how to enhance a brand reputation through ethics and fair treatment of employees, empathy and AI and the new form of post-heroic leadership.
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To connect with Nathalie Nahai:
- Find Nathalie Nahai on her eponymous site
- You can follow Nathalie on Twitter: @NathalieNahai
- Nathalie Nahai on Linkedin
- Prior podcast episode with Nathalie Nahai
- Podcast with Evelyn Starr about brand adolescence
- The Good Ancestor by Roman Krznaric
- Rob Hopkins – Author of From What if To What Next
- The Long Game by Dorie Clark
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Music credit: The jingle at the beginning of the show is courtesy of my friend, Pierre Journel, author of the Guitar Channel. And, the new sign-off music is “A Convinced Man,” a song I co-wrote and recorded with Stephanie Singer back in the late 1980s (please excuse the quality of the sound!).
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