Join Stephanie as she sits down with business leaders and inspiring guests covering relevant leadership topics that are top of mind for SME business leaders. If you're passionate about growth, looking for fresh inspiration or just interested in what other leaders are doing, then this podcast is for you.

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#33: How to manage difficult conversations

Deborah Burt, shares her recipe for managing difficult conversations. While not always easy, changing our way of thinking in advance is key.

#23: Strategic planning in a dynamic mid-size business environment

Getting started is the biggest hurdle for strategic planning. Kerry Skellern, discusses how start, create, and then execute on that strategy?

#20: Driving culture change ‘every climber every climb’

Todd Coates, founding CEO of the globally renowned Bridge Climb Sydney across two decades – voted the best experience in Australia and 4th best on the planet.

#18: Are you and your business game ready?

Graham Morgan, explains what ‘game ready’ really means. A must listen for every small and mid-size business leader.

#14: Do you have the self-discipline to be really curious?

Mike Logan, talks about the challenge for CEOs and Business Leaders to step back from having all the answers.

Will Meere

#4: Skiing in Japan waist deep in snow and lost….Decision making has never sounded so suspenseful!

Will Meere, a young doctor takes time out for a short trip to Tokyo, Japan and then decides to journey northwards for a few days skiing.

John Beech

#3: The process of innovation is all about risk reduction and risk mitigation – applying a scientific methodology

John Beech, talks about applying a scientific methodology to innovation. Taking the mystery away from entrepreneurship and innovation.

Stephen Rutter

#2: Innovation demystified – how, why and when should business leaders innovate

Stephen Rutter, Founder of The Scale Institute is demystifying the latest buzzword. What does innovation look like for business and where do you start?

Warren Hogan

#1: Economic insights with Warren Hogan – April 2019

Warren Hogan, Industry Professor at UTS Business School and former ANZ Chief Economist, in conversation with Stephanie Christopher.

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