Tea with the Changemakers is a podcast dedicated to ‘changemaking’. It is a weekly dose of inspiration and thought leadership delivered by people seeking to make a positive difference on the world.
Each episode lasts between 15 and 30 minutes – enough time for you to enjoy a cup of tea and hear from people who are doing great things to positively change their community or the world at large.
You will hear from people who are involved in making positive social change happen in a purpose-led economy, including social entrepreneurs creating GOOD businesses, charity leaders, pioneers, social marketers and changemakers.
Most people want to make a difference in their life and this podcast aims to inspire people to become social entrepreneurs or make the conscious choice of working for organisations that do good.
In addition to hearing directly from people who have started, grown or led an organisation or cause, we will also host panels and debate topics and issues that matter to the audience.
Who is this podcast for?
This podcast is for people who want to make a difference and find purpose in their life and work. It is for people who want to hear stories of positive social change and be inspired. It is for people running businesses and developing brands.
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Be on the podcast.We are always looking for people to join us on the podcast - either on a discussion panel debating a specific topic or burning issue. Or perhaps you are an inspiration to others – or could be if only your story was heard? We would love to interview you on your remarkable work, determination, passion or pride to make positive change happen
If you are a little shy or modest, maybe you know a changemaker who would be a great guest on the show. Why not nominate them? Storytelling is a powerful tool for change, and we want to hear your story – or theirs. Have you or someone you know made a difference in work and life? Have you helped to change a law or campaigned for something to change? What was your experience? Did you make it happen? If not, why not?