In this week’s episode I speak to Regan Warner, Global Creative Director at Ogilvy UK.
Join us whilst we talk about leadership versus creative leadership, what makes them different, and whether everyone can be a creative.
Regan also shares how she learned to balance her ego with confidence, to avoid alienating the people around her.
Key takeaways include:
● Allowing people to be your mirror
● Embracing the imperfect moments to grow
● How imposter syndrome can show up at any time and how to manage it
Regan has had the pleasure to work across numerous sectors allowing her creativity never to be pegged as doing just one thing well. Brands include Mazda, Sega, L’Oréal Paris, Boots, No7, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Hellmann’s, and Dove among others.
She has produced a list of award-winning work promoting inclusive beauty campaigns, including Dove ‘As Early As Five’ work - a campaign to end
race-based hair discrimination in the US and “The Non-Issue” for L’Oréal Paris – an 80-page print campaign in the form of an actual Vogue, combating the fact that age discrimination is still an issue.
Alongside leading creatives, Regan also co-chairs Ogilvy Equals, Ogilvy’s internal inclusion network striving for inclusion and equality in every aspect of working life.
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