In this episode I chat with Daniel Turner, a self taught videographer, drone operator, motion graphic animator, and photographer. Daniel generously shares his top tips when it comes to using video in a professional space.
In this episode, I chat with Greg Gates, Managing Director of Sirron Holdings Group. We explore pivoting your business when faced with hardship.
In this episode I chat with Kerry Dover, fellow Strengths coach and founder of Momentum Architects. Right now business as we know it is not the same, so we discuss how to stay motivated and keep momentum going.
In this episode I chat with Antonia Milkop, a fellow Strengths coach, based in NZ. We discuss how the current climate is bringing out the light and dark side of people’s Strengths, and ways to work around that.
In this episode I chat with Luke Jamieson, founder and CEO of PLAYFULLi. We discuss how gamification can be a game changer for your business, especially when it comes to KPIs and repeatable behaviours.
In this episode, my wife Tammy and I discuss tips for working from home, including learning what things work and what don’t.
We are currently in the throes of COVID-19 – Coronavirus – and in this episode my discussion with Julie Jones is centred around how this virus could help us all innovate, create better work environments, and utilise productivity in a much better way.
Episode 53 – Stef Loader | Passionate about rural NSW, company director, geologist and former mining executive
In this episode Stef Loader and I chat about the effects of the NSW drought, how geology contains storytelling and engagement, and why we need human-centred design when it comes to technology.
In this episode I chat with Dave McKeown – speaker, leadership trainer, business advisor and author of The Self Evolved Leader. We discuss key concepts including the cycle of mediocrity, collective shared goals, and how to implement a change in perception.
Leadership is not a role – it’s the way you build and align people to the purpose, rally people together and how you show up. And essentially, powerful leadership comes down to the little things that are done on a daily basis.
It's that time of the year when people and organisation leaders are reviewing the achievements of the previous year and developing the organisation vision for the next 1, 3 or 5 years. However, does this sound familiar: you’ve developed and communicated your...