224: Phil Jones MBE- How to achieve Self-Mastery in Business?
The Sports Career Podcast | With Ed Bowers
This week's podcast special guest is Phil Jones MBE, Key Note Speaker, and the Managing Director at Brother UK. Phil has over 25 years of experience in the business. Honestly, this is a MUST listen even if you don’t want to pursue a career in business you will learn the benefits of self-mastery and ENJOY!
The Preview Show: Mourinho’s poor jobby, Bruce readies the cannon, and big Phil Jones is back
Where else to start other than in Scotland, where a Hamilton commentator set a new gold standard for football broadcasting this week. Thankfully, Marcus, Andy and Luke are taking no such liberties on today’s Preview Show, sponsored by Betway! We talk about the fallout from Spurs’ defeat to Chelsea where there are big questions for Mourinho. But do we deserve an answer? Elsewhere, Bruce takes his cue and readies Andy Carroll and a deep defensive block for the visit of Southampton. Plus, we bid a fond farewell to Marcos Rojo and reacquaint ourselves with an old friend. Search ‘Football Ramble’ on social media to find us, and email us here: firstname.lastname@example.org. ***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 26: Phil Jones -- the man behind The Billboard
Scientology: Fair Game
This week, Leah and Mike welcome Phil Jones of the "Call Me" billboards fame. They cover a lot of ground -- from what caused them to leave scientology, to their efforts to reach their children, to interaction with the LAPD, scientology's Fair Game intimidation tactics and the realities of family life in scientology. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Episode 34: Sound United’s Phil Jones Makes IMAX Enhanced Easier to Understand
Residential Tech Talks
In this episode, Residential Tech Today Executive Editor Jeremy Glowacki chats with Phil Jones, director of global training for Sound United, the parent company of audio brands: Denon, Marantz, Polk, Definitive Technology, HEOS, Boston Acoustics, Classe, and the recently acquired Bowers & Wilkins. Phil and Jeremy first connected during Sound United’s inaugural dealer conference a few years ago in New Orleans, where Jeremy gained appreciation for Phil’s enthusiasm for technology and the way he provides context for how his company’s growing portfolio of products can fit into a person’s lifestyle.Learn more about Sound United at https://www.soundunited.com/ and check Phil’s training videos at https://www.youtube.com/c/soundunitedtraining/videosToday’s episode of Residential Tech Talks is brought to you by Ring | Smart Security SolutionsVisit Ring.com
Episode 124: “Project Management Challenges in the Public Sector” with Phil Jones
Project Management Paradise
Today it's our pleasure to introduce you to Phil Jones. Phil’s background is in occupational psychology. He began working in the public sector consultancy space around 2004, advising on the British Government’s National Programme for IT. He has specific expertise in organizational change – including healthcare, central government, local government, and with charities – in his role as Head of Business Consulting for Methods, the UK’s leading independent transformation partner for public services. Bonus Project Management Paradise is brought to you by Cora Systems. Learn why Cora Systems has been named as a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s 2020 Hype Cycle for Project and Portfolio Management by downloading a complimentary copy of the Hype Cycle at corasystems.com/hype Feedback We’d really appreciate it if you could take a moment to leave a review via your podcast app or you can email your comments or guest suggestions to email@example.com
Hi there, I’m Ben Morton and welcome to my podcast. The aim of the show is to really dig into the art and science of leadership through interviews with MDs, CEOs and other senior leaders. In doing so, I’m going to try and decode and identify all of the things that we can do to become even better leaders for our organisations and those that we have the privilege and responsibility to lead. Free Visual Summaries I've been working with an incredibly talented artist to create a set on fantastic visual summaries of the first five episodes. To grab the full set simply click this link, enter your details and we'll fire them straight across to you via email. Episode Overview In this episode, episode number 2, I’m joined by Phil Jones who is the Managing Director of the UK arm of the multi-national Information, Communication and Technology Manufacturer - Brother. I first met Phil around six years ago and was immediately struck by his passion for leadership and building a great culture that makes others feel safe whilst enabling them to perform at the highest level. When I started thinking about launching this podcast, I knew that I had to have Phil on the show and I’m delighted to have him as my first guest. In this episode, which was recorded early on in the COVID-10 lockdown, we covered a lot of ground including things like leading in a crisis and the importance of being clear on your personal vision, mission, values and guiding principles. We also look at life goals, horizon scanning and dropping the mask. So, without any further delay, enjoy my conversation with Phil Jones. Visual Summaries Be sure to grab your visual summaries here. #LeadOn
Phil Jones, editor of The Jeremy Vine Show on broadcasting in the age of Covid
Phil Jones worked on a children's play bus, at a refuge for teenage runaways and as a gardener before training as a journalist. He has worked on The Jeremy Vine Show (and its predecessor The Jimmy Young Show) for 30 years. He thought Covid was just like flu, but when he woke up with it, on the first day of lockdown, he found out it wasn't. In this podcast, he talks about his brush with mortality, how public broadcasting can help the culture wars and why he's changed his mind about Brexit.
191 Phil Jones | Exactly What to Say, Where to Start & How to Sell
Industry Angel Business Podcast
Phil entered the world of business at the tender age of 14. With nothing more than a bucket and sponge, he went from single-handedly washing cars at weekends to hiring a fleet of friends working on his behalf, resulting in him earning more than his teachers by the time he was 15. He took everything he had learnt about leadership, sales and business growth from his previous roles, and created a one-day workshop, where he trained over 2,500 people in his founding year before eventually licensing his training to the UK, Switzerland, Australia and New Zealand. Ian & Phil discuss; Writing his books Business impact from lock-down His business in helping other businesses Difference in being a speaker from lock-down How to sell Dealing with budgets that don’t fit your price Putting a price on the services you offer How technology has changed and how to adapt Making yourself a convenient choice Ian live streamed (Facebook, YouTube & Twitter) with World Leading Sales Trainer, Phil Jones! Industry Angel Twitter Industry Angel Website Podcast Sponsors;- Far North Sales & Marketing Carpeway MrFarrar.com
Never in Phil’s wildest dreams did he think that he would own a property agency, let alone a highly successful one at that. After feeling lost and trying to find meaning to his life, he decided to take the plunge and get into real estate, and now the only way for him is up. Currently, Phil currently owns one of the most established real estate agencies in the country that was built on a foundation of hard work and utmost care for his clients. He has also successfully helped over 200+ real estate agencies around the UK through his fascinating business model. Phil is the founder of FireWave, which is a content marketing agency that has helped many real estate agencies effectively manage their promotions. Get to learn how Phil was able to stand out in the real estate industry despite his lack of knowledge and skills. With his humble approach to the way he handles his clients and his unique franchising model for the business, he tells us why being honest and hardworking is much more effective than lip service and trying to be like everyone else.