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Two Reds Are Better Than One – Season 2 Episode 22 – An interview with Chris Brindley MB

Chris Brindley MBE started his career in banking and eventually became the Managing Director of the North of England for Natwest Bank.

After a long and illustrious career with the bank he went on to work with British Gas and subsequently became Managing Director of Metro Bank. He has won many customer service and leadership awards during his career, with the ultimate honour of an MBE awarded in 2018 for his services to sport and charity.

Today, Chris has several non-executive roles. He is also a speaker and presents all over the world, and is also head of several sport charities. There are so many gems from this podcast, you will learn:

  1. Chris’s definition of Leadership and his unique three-step approach to being a successful leader

  2. The importance of coaching your team and how to develop your people to the next level

  3. How to create a world class environment in your business and the importance of creating raving fans

  4. How to diverge from industry norms and the success it can bring

  5. How to create win-wins when you negotiate

And much more…

Contact Chris and Ashley

  1. Chris Barrow

  2. Ashley Latter

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Episode Length: 52 minutes 17 seconds

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