VistaTalks Ep - Minter Dial
On this episode of VistaTalks, host Simon Hodgkins is in discussion with Speaker, Connector
and Elevator, Minter Dial. Minter is a professional speaker and multiple award-winning author specializing in leadership, branding, and transformation. An agent of change, he’s a three-time entrepreneur who has exercised twelve different métiers and moved country fifteen times. Minter’s core career stint of 16 years was spent as a top executive at L’Oréal, where he was
a member of the worldwide Executive Committee for the Professional Products Division.
He is the author of the award-winning WWII story, The Last Ring Home (documentary film
and biographical book, 2016), as well as two prize-winning business books, Futureproof (2017)
and Heartificial Empathy (2019). His latest book on leadership, You Lead, How being yourself makes you a better leader (Kogan Page), came out in January 2021. He’s been the host of
the Minter Dialogue weekly podcast since 2010. He is passionate about the Grateful Dead,
Padel Tennis, languages, and generating meaningful conversations.
Minter is regularly voted as a top influencer in marketing, B2B, and new tech. Working
in partnership with a select group of associates, He has spent ten years helping senior management teams and boards adapt to the new exigencies of the digitally enhanced marketplace. Minter has worked with world-class organizations (Google, Samsung, Remy Cointreau, Orange, Kering, L’Occitane) to help activate their brand strategies and integrate
new technologies and digital tools and platforms. Above all, Minter works to catalyze a change
in mindset and to dial-up transformation. He has produced numerous white papers, E-books,
and contributions to media outlets, such as CMO.com, Social Media Today, and Irish Tech News.
Minter serves his clients by elevating the energy and connecting people and ideas. He relishes being an engaging professional speaker on leadership, transformation, and branding with
a specialization in digital transformation. Minter has become known for being someone who walks the talk and delivers on or above expectations.
In this episode, Simon and Minter touch on several topics, including empathy, bringing your authentic self to work, language and culture, media channels, writing books, and even producing movies! As Minter points out, «Life is messy. We all need to be able to explore our full selves
and allow that to happen. We can be more than just a performing individual at work.»
You can listen to Ep 60 of VistaTalks on Spotify.