Ingol’s Intact CEO appears in leadership podcast alongside Lord Blunkett

Posted on - 27th July, 2020 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - Charities, Ingol, People, Preston News, Tanterton
Intact Pic: Google Maps
Intact in Whitby Avenue Pic: Google Maps

The Chief Executive of The Intact Centre has appeared on a podcast about leadership alongside Lord Blunkett.


Denise Hartley MBE represented Intact, short for Ingol and Tanterton Community Trust, in The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland recording.

The Leaders Council is talking to leadership figures from across the nation for the podcast, in an attempt to understand the trait and what it means in the country today.

In this episode, host Scott Challinor asked both Denise and Lord Blunkett about leadership and the role it has played in their careers to date.

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Lord Blunkett, who is chairman of The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland said: “I think the most informative element of each episode is the first part, where Scott is able to sit down with someone like Denise, 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.”

Denise Hartley
Denise representing Intact at a recent event in London

Denise said: “It was an absolute honour and privilege to be asked to participate in this podcast. I was able to demonstrate my leadership skills and how they benefit the Intact team and Ingol community as a whole.”

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Intact based in Whitby Avenue in Ingol offers support, advice, and signposting services to people of all ages and in all manner of situations across the city of Preston.

To listen to the podcast, visit the Leaders Council website.

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