Showing you what's important in your ever-changing life.
1 July 2006
This week Evan and his guests turn the spotlight onto leadership.
In previous careers, Sir Bill Gammell played rugby for Edinburgh Wanderers' and Heriot's club and was capped five times for Scotland on the wing, and PY Gerbeau was captain of the French ice hockey team and participated in the 1989 Winter Olympics.
Evan will be asking what lessons business leaders can learn from sport.
Also - why, when so many women have senior positions in the charitable sector, do they not rise to the very top in the corporate world?
And also on the agenda - how important is it, as the head of a major corporation, to get on the right side of government both here and abroad? And just how exactly do you do that?
Evan's guests this week are:
chief executive X-Leisure
former global chief executive Burger King
chief executive Save the Children
Sir Bill Gammell
chief executive Cairn Energy
About the programme
The Bottom Line cuts through the confusion of modern life to find out what's really important to consumers and businesses: the gimmicks, the people, the products - and the relationships.