This is a slimmed down 'DARector's Cut' of the original episode, Made of What Matters.
The story is the same as in the original episode (description below), it's just 30% shorter for all you busy people who can't spare a full hour to listen to the full version!
In this episode Nina and her parents, inspired by the personal and positive way Raheem Sterling, Gillette and Football Beyond Borders tackle the sensitive issue of perceived differences, cover subjects such as role models in life, changing cultural attitudes and what it was like to be in a mixed-race relationship in Manchester in the late 1960s.
The collaboration between Raheem Sterling, Gillette and Football Beyond Borders looks to sport for role models. As football fans Nina and her parents have watched Raheem Sterling become a voice and role model for equality and positivity. Nina asks her parents if they are disappointed that this should still be headline news 50 years after their own personal battle.
They talk about the time it really takes to see the impact of change, especially when changing mindsets and culture, and the strength required to remain positive when not everyone agrees with what you say and believe.
A Human Approach to Innovation and Change is fundamentally about inclusion, acceptance of differences, different opinions and all the heat and light that comes from that in order to collaborate on change that will truly make a difference.