Methods Podcast

Methods Podcast

Latest Episodes

Episode 17 | Embrace Equity - celebrating International Women’s Day 2023
March 08, 2023

"Imagine a gender equal world. A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination. A world that's diverse, equitable, and inclusive. A world where difference is valued and celebrated. Together we c

Epiode 16 | A year in Methods - Looking back at 2022
December 15, 2022

Sarah Hanna is joined by 6 colleagues to reflect on the year that was 2022. From the role of Cyber and the impact of phishing emails, to haircuts for charity; from Methods' social value endeavours and

Episode 15 | The Enduring Legacy of Ada Lovelace
October 11, 2022

Ada Lovelace was one of the world's first computer programmers, becoming an influential figure in history, and highlighting a path for women to take up a career in STEM industries (Science, Technology

Episode 14 | Neurodiversity - what makes us all uniquely human
July 08, 2022

Neurodiversity is a term originally coined by Australian sociologist, Judy Singer, and was first seen in print in 1998. However, neurodivergence has been known and talked about for over 100 years. Neu

Episode 13 | The Digital Divide
May 19, 2022

#FixTheDigitalDivide is the key message of Good Things Foundation - Methods' charity partner of the year. To understand more what fixing the digital divide means in society today, User Researcher Sara

Episode 12 | Responsible Leadership
April 21, 2022

John C Maxwell stated “Everything rises and falls on leadership”. In our latest podcast, Ola Phillips, Stuart Ecuyer, Chris Sykes, and Temi Akindele discuss what they think makes a ‘responsible leader

Episode 11 | Celebrating International Women’s Day - Leading digital transformation - why women do it so well
March 08, 2022

To shine a light on some of the women we work with who successfully have forged their careers in somewhat historically male dominated environments,  Jane Fallon, Hannah Pinnock, Sam Hall, Bee Kelly, M

Episode 10 | Setting priorities, expectations, and boundaries as a single or solo parent
January 26, 2022

Suzanne Maxted, Jennee Thomas and Jane Fallon discuss the themes of sustainability, invisibility and opportunity as they navigate bringing up children as single or solo working parents. They discuss t

Care home vaccines - too late for some
February 01, 2021

Alison Palmer speaks to Rachel Burden of her mixed feelings, when government announces that vaccines have been offered to all UK care home residents.