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#37: Wearing all the hats

Ben Grozier shares his top tips for start-ups and the many hats that founders/owners and CEOs wear. Hear about the benefits of creating a frictionless culture that speeds up the pathway to success.

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#36: Leadership across boundaries

Martin Cayzer reveals what he got right and leadership lessons learned from leading teams across boundaries. Hear how he fostered collaboration and how he used imagery to drive focus and clarity for success.

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#35: Predator or prey, how will you emerge from the current disruption?

Matthew Tice, CEO of Insurgence will challenge your thinking and discuss ways to transform disruption into a source of permanent competitive advantage.

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#34: The 3 elements of the COVID vaccine challenge

Jayden Rogers, CEO at Linear Clinical Research, shares why it takes so long to develop and market a COVID-19 vaccine and what he’s learned from this experience as a leader.

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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.

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#32: Coaching and effective leadership

What type of leader are you? A Directive, a Participative, an Affiliative Leader, or a blend of all 3 – An Effective Leader? Lynn Leahy, discusses coaching skills in leadership.

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#31: Emotional wellbeing for families

Garry Thomson, CEO of Uplifting Australia, is a social innovator in family development. He shares practical tools you can immediately apply for a healthy emotional system.

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#30: Taking your company from good to great

Trudy MacDonald, Managing Director at TalentCode HR shares three straightforward tools and techniques for increasing performance in your teams.

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#29: A learning mindset – a winning strategy for you right now

Viren Thakrar, looks at the opportunity to re-imagine how work is done and how we go about things.

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#28: Leaders finding new ways to build trust and hope

Ron Schwartz, has partnered with CEOs, business owners and senior executives to enhance individual, team and organisational performance by aligning effort with intention.

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#26: Good business comes from good family

Susanne Bransgrove, shares a powerful quadrant framework for a balanced approach in meeting the needs of multiple generations to provide business sustainability and family harmony.

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#27: Communication in a time of uncertainty – a leadership opportunity

Ashton Bishop, CEO at Step Change discusses what’s important for leaders to remember when communicating in times of crisis.

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#25: Understanding blockchain – the technologies that have bought us so far can’t take us into the future

Matthew Le Merle co-founder of Fifth Era which manages Blockchain Co-investors, addresses a highly discussed topic within the business community, Blockchain technology.

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#24: Economic outlook 2020 for SMEs

Chief Economic Advisor, Warren Hogan led a TEC Economic Outlook 2020 Breakfast in the first week of February.

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#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?

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#22: Goal setting – a new perspective

Brad Church likes to ask the question ‘who leads the leader?’. The answer is that as leaders we need to lead ourselves. That means inspiring ourselves toward our goals and our vision for the future.

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#21: As a leader, how do you develop ‘resilience & bounce’ in your team?

Special Forces Veteran, Bram Connolly, demonstrates the 3 Fundamental Pillars for every leader through his unique art of storytelling.

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#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.

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#19: What is mental toughness and how does it affect your performance?

As a peak performance coach, Gaj Ravichandra assists individuals, sporting teams and educational institutions to enhance and maximise their potential and performance.

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#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.

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#17: ‘Always in the white water’ – who copes with change better? Women or men, older or younger?

Colin Chodos, shares his insights into what you can do, as a leader or manager to help individuals, teams and the organisation navigate that change.

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#16: Should every business have a china strategy?

David Thomas, explores the business growth and commercial opportunities for Australian businesses with China, particularly the limitless inbound opportunities.

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#15: What can you do as a leader to get into the right zone and perform at your optimum?

Sven Hansen makes the case that leaders need to make a strategic investments in building their resilience resources.

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#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.

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#13: Family business – where business dynamics meets family dynamics

John Broons, National Family Business Advisor of the Year award winner, helps family businesses build their legacies and reclaim their family lives.

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#12: Cultivating agile organisations – critical for businesses to survive and thrive in the coming decade

Maja Paleka, reveals what organisations of the future will look like and how to get there.

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#11: Intentional – great leaders build time into their day for learning

Gary Bertwistle, has always had a passion for innovation and creativity. His career has spanned the retail, music, media, corporate education and radio industries.

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#10: Is there a better road ahead in fy 2020 for mid size and small business CEOs and business owners?

Confidence has jumped in last 3 months – This June quarter CEOs and business owners feel the economy has turned a corner.

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#9: Do great sales people have to be born a great sales person or can you train and develop a successful sales person?

Greg Donlan, discusses the transformation of selling. His had a long and successful career in sales leadership, education and innovation spanning a diverse range of industries seeing selling change dramatically.

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#8: The future of work is already here! What is an agile workforce?

Victoria Stuart and Stephanie Reuss, discuss how successful business leaders are embracing the new paradigm of work to leverage their competitive advantage.

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#7: Customer centricity – how do you surprise and delight your customers?

Ashton Bishop, CEO at Step Change talks about the ‘7 Customer Centric Shifts’ that business leaders need to adopt to become truly ‘Customer Centric’.

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#6: Are there sharks in the water? Cybersecurity is no longer just the responsibility of your IT department

Ross Marston, highlights what to look for and what you, your staff and your company can do to minimize the risk and reduce the impact of a cyber attack.

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#5: How can you be in business and not know where your cash is?

John Stewart, talks about the importance of forecasting your balance sheet. It’s about the management of cash more than the management of profit.

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#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.

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#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.

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#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?

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#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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