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The Sacred #15: Ronan Harrington

The Sacred #15: Ronan Harrington

The Sacred is a podcast about the things we cherish and hold dear to us. In episode 15, we speak to Ronan Harrington, founder of Alter Ego, a global network of progressive leaders.

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In the 15th episode of The Sacred, Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to Ronan Harrington, the founder of Alter Ego, a global network of progressive leaders exploring the connection between personal, cultural and political renewal. He is also the Head of Strategy at Perspectiva, a research institute building the intellectual foundations for a more conscious society.

His background is in political strategy and organisational change. Before the age of 28, he was a consultant scenario planner to the British Foreign Office, and a Director of Futures, Strategy and Animation at RPC, an award winning City Law Firm.

In this episode, Ronan talks about growing up in a small town in Ireland, moving to London and his relationship with faith and psychedelic drugs. He also talks about the need for better conversations – not only to advance our politics, but to better ourselves as human beings.

This episode also features a conversation between Theos staff Simon Perfect and Anna Wheeler, who talk about how music has helped them navigate their own faith.

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Elizabeth Oldfield

Elizabeth Oldfield

Elizabeth is Theos’ Director. She appears regularly in the media, including BBC One, Sky News, and the World Service, writing in The Financial Times and delivering Thought for the Day on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.

Posted 7 June 2018

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