This weeks episode of Culture Couch Live 2021 we discuss the AFL Grand Final
In our twenty-third week of live meetings for 2021 we talk leadership traits.
In our twenty-second week of live meetings for 2021 we talk leadership traits.
In our twenty-first week of live meetings for 2021 we talk about wellness and mindfulness.
In our twentieth week of live meetings for 2021 we talk about purpose.
In our nineteenth week of live meetings for 2021 we comparisons of sports to corporates.
In our eighteenth week of live meetings for 2021 we discuss The Edelman Trust Barometer and the recent lack of trust of Government.
In our seventeenth week of live meetings for 2021 we discuss becoming a good leader.
In our sixteenth week of live meetings for 2021 we discuss the concept of trust. Defining what it means and how it impacts companies in a practical sense.
In our fifteenth week of live meetings for 2021 we discuss how most leaders believe culture is the most important aspect of their business, yet a large portion of those same leaders defer to strategy.
In our fourteenth week of live meetings for 2021 we discuss what it takes to become good leader.
In our thirteenth week of live meetings for 2021 we discus the current leadership issue within Politicians in Australia. A somewhat controversial topic that sparks a lot of debate between the PBD team.
"The Culture Coach" podcast explores a range of obstacles faced by leaders across Australia. Conducting interviews with sporting CEOs, successful entrepreneurs, famous athletes, and well-established managing directors - we take a look at common leadership challenges and discover techniques to overcome them.
As a leader, diversity and inclusion should always be a priority. Not only does it drive economic growth, but it is also essential for social well being. Brilliant Women Global’s Janine Kirk AM (Chair Phoenix Australia) and Ana Marinkovic (Executive GM, NAB Small Business) take us on a journey as they share their views on resilience, diversity and inclusion - from the onset of Covid-19 to their prediction post pandemic.
While your business may be successful, sometimes, change is necessary to breakthrough to the next level. Successful, young entrepreneur Emile Studham was growing an exciting business. However, behind the success, Emile was struggling. Unable to hold difficult conversations with his team, and feeling isolated and lonely - Emile knew something needed to change and explored ways to achieve this.
Powerful stories can inspire young girls and boys to do better and achieve their dreams. At 16, Bianca Chatfield won a premiership in her first season at Phoenix, and 2 years later was selected for the Australian team. But it wasn’t always smooth sailing for Chatfield. Before the 2010 Commonwealth Games, Bianca was dropped from the squad and had to overcome the personal disappointment of a very public omission.
Often an aspect overlooked in leadership, Tami Roos has been practicing, studying (PhD) and writing about meditation for decades. She speaks to the importance of daily rituals, and how focusing on this practice can improve every aspect of your life.
Sales Consultant turned Head of Sales, Miling Harpur steadily rose through the ranks at corporate traveller. Tasked with the responsibility to increase the accountability of the sales team to improve results, Miling used her energy and passion for her job to inspire her team to achieve their goals.
They say curiosity killed the cat, but in reality, it made him. Exploring new options, finding innovative solutions and discovering ways to make a difference are crucial in performing as a leader. John Higgins, one of Australia’s most successful businessmen discusses how he quickly realised he would need to expand his portfolio to support his family.