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Marketing to women (episode 18)

A lot of people don’t realise women are responsible for 90% of consumer purchases. Which equates to over $20 TRILLION in global spending. In Australia, women own just over one-third of all businesses, and this number is rising. Australian women are also becoming more...

Stop drifting and start living with Dominick Quartuccio (episode 17)

My guest for this episode is Dominick Quartuccio, all the way from New York City. Dom is an international speaker, author, mentor and fellow podcaster, who focuses on elevating performance and short-circuiting burnout. As with many of my guests, this conversation...

Connecting with your health (episode 16)

I recorded this episode about an hour after having my biannual mammogram and ultrasound, and it prompted me to have a chat about looking after our health. A big part of being connected with self is knowing what’s going on with our bodies and looking after ourselves...

Julie Trell, a human API (episode 15)

Julie Trell tells me she is a human API. Of course, I'm immediately curious! Of course, once she explains to me what that is, it all makes total sense. And no, I'm not giving a spoiler alert - you can listen to this episode 🙂  I first heard of Julie when I became...

Connecting through collaboration (episode 14)

I'm sure that most of us have been involved in a collaboration of some sort over the course of our working life. Sometimes they are great, sometimes they are most definitely NOT! We know that creating collaborative teams, whether in your organisation or more broadly...

AFL and art with Cameron Schwab (episode 13)

Cameron Schwab is mostly known for being a former CEO of the Richmond, Melbourne and Fremantle AFL Clubs, and for being the youngest CEO in the history of AFL when he was appointed CEO of the Richmond Football Club at age 24. Today Cam is a leadership coach and...

Connect authentically (episode 12)

What does it mean to connect authentically? It can sometimes be confusing as authenticity is one of those words a lot of people use - and often overuse. I think it’s one of those concepts we recognise when it’s really obviously there – or not there! The Cambridge...

Transforming capability with Dr Kelly Windle (episode 11)

Dr Kelly Windle is one of the smartest people I know, with five (!!) degrees. She is also very human, as she is a psychologist who is passionate about helping people and businesses evolve. Kelly works with people to align, curate, and accelerate their personal and...

Connecting through laughter (episode 10)

Earlier this week my friend Emma put up a post on Facebook saying that when we are children we laugh 400x a day. And now as adults, we laugh an average of 15x a day. This got me thinking. Why is this? And why is laughter so important? And how can we connect through...

Fully human leadership with Kate Billing (episode 9)

Kate Billing and I met when we both started at Thought Leaders Business School on the same day, about two and a half years ago. I immediately knew we would become firm friends, and we have. As well as being one of the smartest people I know, she is also kind,...

Become a social CEO (episode 8)

We live in a digital world and people today expect CEOs and leaders to be seen and heard. Both within your organisation and within the broader community. This means you need to have an active presence on social media. In this minisode we talk about how you can become...

Barefoot leadership with Jeremy Watkins (episode 7)

Jeremy Watkins (aka the Barefoot Leader) is one of my favourite peeps and so it was an absolute pleasure to chat with him when we were both in Melbourne last week. Jeremy works with Senior Leaders, Corporate Executives, Business Owners and their teams across Australia...

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