ROD Lloyd, the bost of Neath broker Low Cost Vans, has appeared on a podcast along with Lord Blunkett.
The podcast is part of a series being produced by The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – an organisation bringing together influential figures from across the country – to talk about leadership and what it means in Britain and Northern Ireland today.
Host Scott Challinor asked both guests a series of questions about leadership and the role it has played in their careers to date.
Rod Lloyd said:
“It was a privilege to be asked to feature in such a highly regarded podcast alongside such prestigious guests. The past few months have been among the most difficult of my career. We have had to work so hard to overcome quite unprecedented challenges.
“Forums like this allow leaders to share their experiences, ideas and solutions to help businesses emerge in good shape from the crisis and ready to thrive again. I enjoyed the experience and I very much look forward to linking up with the Leaders Council again in the near future.”
Podcast host Challinor commented:
“Hosting a show like this, where you speak to genuine leaders who have been there and done it, either on a national stage or within a crucial industry sector, is an absolute honour.”
Lord Blunkett, chairman of The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, added:
“I think the most informative element of each episode is the first part, where Scott Challinor is able to sit down with someone who really gets how their industry works and knows how to make their organisation tick. Someone who’s there day in day out working hard and inspiring others. That’s what leadership is all about.”
Rod Lloyd joins Steve Marston of Fleet Prices who took part in a Leaders Council podcast with Sir Geoff Hurst recently.
Ralph Morton is the leading journalist in the leasing broker sector and editor of Broker News, the website which provides information and news for BVRLA-registered leasing brokers. He also writes extensively on the fleet and leasing market in both the UK and Europe.