Special Holiday Episode - Perfect Fits: The Best of Round Peg 2019
We’ve distilled the very best bits of 2019’s Round Peg podcasts. All you have to do is get cozy, sit back, and savor the highlights in our special year-end review. Don’t worry, 2020 will be packed with even more thought-provoking topics as we mine the world’s brightest brains. Happy holidays and best wishes for 2020!
Episode 10 - Refugees, Migrants & Us: The Intertwined Destiny of Humanity
Join the 10th episode of Round Peg in conversation with Senator Ratna Omidvar. Senator Omidvar is an internationally recognized voice on migration, diversity and inclusion.
She is also a Councillor on the World Refugee Council, a Visiting Professor at Ryerson University. In addition, she is a Member of the Order of Ontario and Order of Canada with both honors recognizing her advocacy work on behalf of immigrants and devotion to reducing inequality in Canada and the world at large.
Episode 9 - The Naked Diplomat
Join the 9th episode of the Round Peg podcast with Tom Fletcher! Find out why diplomacy is an indispensable craft and what are the risks of atrophy in diplomacy.
Tom Fletcher is the youngest Ambassador of The United Kingdom in the past 200 years and was an advisor to 3 prime ministers. He is a visiting professor at New York University and the author ofThe Naked Diplomat. The book is a refreshing take on a new marque of diplomacy in a world of interconnectivity on the net, and yet a dividing, diverging and polarising era.
Episode 8 - The Age of Tech Rich and Poor Leadership
Join our 8th episode of Round Peg in conversation with Kawa Hassan the Vice President of Middle East and North Africa Program at EastWest Institute (EWI).
Kawa is author and co-editor of numerous publications and a frequent commentator on international, regional and national media about Middle East affairs. We discuss the deficit in global leadership and why albeit the rise of renewable energy, the Middle East and African affairs will remain relevant and reverberating across the world.
Episode 7 - The Serious Entrepreneur Turned Passionate Mentor
Join the 7th episode of Round Peg in conversation with Tony Bury. Tony is the founder of Mowgli Mentoring. You could also say he is a living encyclopedia of entrepreneurship. He believes that his life and success is centered on the mentors in his life.
Join us in listening to the thoughts of a successful serial entrepreneur who believes we are all in our own Hero’s Journeys and why having a mentor is a must-have for any entrepreneur, intrapreneur and family business.
Episode 6 - Family Business: The Key to Success is LQ: Learning Quotient
Join Ali in exploring some of the key influencers in the success of family businesses. Also, explore how families can learn to unlearn, re-learn and to prepare their current and next generations for the exciting, unnerving and rewarding times in which we live in.
He believes family businesses are live performance stages for daily auditions of courage, screenplays of vision, and sheer power. Some scripts lead to generational sequels like a great movie, and some miserably fail. They can be dramas of broken relationships and bonds, or a laboratory in which values and integrities go through constant stress tests.
Episode 5 - The Story of Eric Molson – Beer Baron of Canada
Join the 5th episode of Round Peg in conversation with Helen Antoniou Molson the author, the executive coach, the lawyer, and last but not least, the daughter-in-law of the legendary Eric Molson.
Back to Beer ... and Hockey is the biography of Eric Molson, the Chairman of Molson Coors Brewing Company. It is a chapter of Quebec’s history and how one of the most famous Canadian family businesses was seeded, survived and succeeded through seven generations.
Episode 4 - Family Business: Through The Asian Optics & With a Global Gaze
Join the 4th episode of Round Peg in conversation withYuelin T. Yang, the Deputy Group Managing Director of IMC Industrial Group. IMC is one of the eldest and most reputable Asian conglomerates. In this episode, we discuss not only the rise of Asia but also the socio-cultural and emotional differences of how Asian family businesses tick and continue to outperform.
Episode 3 - Climate Change: The Untold Story of the Carbon Footprint of Destruction & Conflicts
Perhaps the most pressing and important challenge we face today is climate change. Join me in this episode where I table an ultra unconventional proposal, and a bold way with which we can stop future invasions, arbitrary conflicts and wars, and how we can garner the biggest positive impact in mitigating climate change.
Episode 2 - Global Trade, Tariffs & Tantrums
In this episode of The Round Peg podcast, we are joined by the Honourable Perrin Beatty, The Chairman and CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
Very few know Canada as good as Perrin. We ask Perrin about the future of world trade, tariffs and tantrums and what all of this means for Canada, the challenges of being stuck between two major world powers, the rise of China, the arrival of a new C as Cannabis in the Canadian economy and why future generations are here to surprise us with all of this. Join us in this podcast as it can’t get more Canadian than it does with Perrin.
Episode 1 - A Life Changed: One Advice, One Question & One Mentor
In our inaugural episode of The Round Peg podcast, we are joined by Bob McBean the Chairman of Wentworth Resources Ltd.
What are the key learnings of his lifetime quest in finding energy offshore, onshore and within as a major entrepreneur in the oil and gas sector? We ask Bob why it pays to be naïve? Are next generation ready for today’s complex world? Are small circles of relationships more important than ever before? Join us in a lively conversation that takes you from Bob’s cocoon’s in Calgary to Middle East, Africa and beyond.