Follow this link to take the listener Survey: Take the SurveyOr copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser:https://forms.gle/viTs898Y7vzLdacd8Is there a better measure of threshold for cyclists out there than FTP? Yes! We think there is. Welcome to the world of critical power (CP), W', and W' balance- truly science-based measures related to the “anaerobic” threshold.While the advantages of CP over FTP are many, its determination is a bit more complicated than 95% of your 20-minute power. Because of this, we have brought CP expert, Jason Bartram, onto the show to help facilitate this two-part conversation about the best practice for utilizing CP in your cycling training and coaching. In this episode, we focus mainly on CP and the power duration curve.Jason Bartram, PhDc is the former Australian National Women's Track Team coach, former sports scientist for AusCycling and the Australian Institute of Sport, and current PhD candidate studying critical power, W', and W' balance in elite track athletes. Guest panelist:Jason Bartram, PhDchttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-bartram/The podcast co-hosts:Jason Boynton, Ph.D.boyntoncoaching.comDamian Rusesemiprocycling.comCyrus Monkcyclistscientist.comInstagram: @cyclingperformanceclubFacebook: @cyclingperformanceclubTwitter: @cyclingclubpodLinkedIn: The Cycling Performance Club PodcastReferences:Predicting Critical Power in Elite Cyclists: Questioning the Validity of the 3-Minute All-Out Testhttps://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/ijspp/12/6/article-p783.xmlRelative Proximity of Critical Power and Metabolic/Ventilatory Thresholds: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysishttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs40279-020-01314-8The Physiological Basis of Athletic Recordshttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs40279-020-01314-8
Gene and special guest cohost Tim Swartz introduce Keith Linder, who reveals what is regarded as America's most controversial poltergeist case. In 2012 Keith and his girlfriend and moved into a house right outside of Seattle. The phenomena they witnessed while there would change their lives forever. They're now living between two realities now. What he lived through and what he's willing to share. Robb Tilley of the Australian Institute of Parapsychology Research says Keith Linder's case "case is right up there with the most frightening of poltergeist cases: the Enfield Poltergeist, the South Shields Poltergeist, the Bridgeport Connecticut case, and the Matthew Manning case; all well-researched and detailed in various books and documentaries over the years." Keith Linder is author of The Bothell Hell House, Attachments — Poltergeist of Washington State Part Two, and Poltergeist — The Night Side of Physics books.
In this episode of Cyber Security Uncut, Alex Tilley, head of intelligence and research, APAC at Secureworks, joins our hosts MAJGEN (Ret'd) Marcus Thompson and Phil Tarrant to discuss the evolving cyber threat landscape. The podcast begins with a wrap up from MAJGEN Marcus Thompson on the latest in the cyber security industry, including discussing findings from the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the release of the exposure draft for the second critical infrastructure bill. Tilley then gives a snapshot of the threat landscape including his insights into the emerging and evolving Log4j vulnerability. The trio then analyses how the industry uses critical scenarios, such as widely exploited vulnerabilities, as learning opportunities to inform the next generation of threat response mechanisms in the cyber domain. The podcast wraps up by analysing the changing character of cyber crime, with criminals moving from targeting large corporations to targeting individuals and small businesses. Enjoy the podcast, The Cyber Security Uncut team
In this podcast, Stratfor Senior VP of Strategic Analysis at RANE, Rodger Baker, speaks with Colin Chapman, geopolitical journalist and Fellow of the Australian Institute of International Affairs, to look at some of the geopolitical issues at play in the Pacific. To read all of the security and geopolitical content in RANE Worldview, please subscribe.
Midwifery in Private Practice, Mothers & Babies 2021, March of Midwives and deskilling in Maternity CareIn this episode of Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond, we catch up with privately practicing Australian Midwives Astra Joynt and Sunae Reilly. We chat deskilling in midwifery and the maternity care profession, the latest Mothers and Babies report from the Australian Institute of Health Welfare, March of the Midwives in the UK, vexatious reporting in Midwifery and what it takes to be a Jedi Midwife in today's healthcare landscape. We also touched on Homebirth, vaginal birth of twins, breech birth and being prepared for childbirth. About our guests:Sunae Reilly is a private midwife living and working in the Northern Rivers of NSW on the land of the Bundjalung people of the Bundjalung Nation. She finds great joy in seeing women and birthing people find their inner strength and power in pregnancy and birth and supporting them in their transition to parenthood. Sunae is available for antenatal, labour and birth, and postnatal care between Byron Bay and Grafton. You can find her at Artemis Midwifery. www.artemismidwifery.com.au and @artemismidwifery on InstagramSince 2008 Astra Joynt (Endorsed Midwife) has worked in a variety of settings in both large urban and small regional hospitals, in the community and at home. She passionately believes in maternity care that puts the needs and desires of the woman and her family at the centre of the experience, and that building a trusting relationship is the best way to achieve this. Astra offers Medicare rebatable antenatal & postnatal care to all women, regardless of planned place to birth, with bulk-billing available. Home-birth packages also available. To discuss how Astra can work with you email email@example.comReferenced during the interview:>> Dr Denis Walsh: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/news/expertiseguide/health-sciences/dr-denis-walsh-.aspx>> Australia's Mothers and Babies Report December 2021: https://www.aihw.gov.au/reports/mothers-babies/australias-mothers-babies/contents/about>> Dr Neel Shah interview: https://www.spreaker.com/user/pregnancybirthandbeyond/dr-neel-shah-csection>> Dr Stu (Stuart James Fischbein, MD): http://www.birthinginstincts.com/>> Dr Andrew Bisits: https://wch.med.unsw.edu.au/people/associate-professor-andrew-bisitsTo our dear listeners!We'd love to hear from you - how do you feel about deskilling in maternity care? Have you had an experience where you were unable to access appropriate maternity healthcare because of deskilling or a lack of those services in your area (such as publicly funded homebirth or Midwifery continuity models)? And if you have any questions/comments at any time about this, other interviews or our work at PBB Media, get in touch. You can shoot us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or catch us on socials @pbb_media ! Guests: Astra Joynt and Sunae ReillyProduced, edited and presented by Annalee AtiaThe Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond show is part of a wider nonprofit community media and journalism project, PBB Media.All rights reserved. www.pbbmedia.orgThis episode was recorded on Gadigal Lands (Sydney). Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond comes to you from Bundjalung Country at Cavanbah or Byron Bay and we acknowledge with respect and reverence the Arakwal people of the Bundjalung nation, neighboring clans and people for caring for this country since time immemorial.
The case for a three or four-day weekend, our Festivus grievances and an introduction to Surstromming, before Brendan Scott from WCG Backyard Cricket (39:50), the AFL players who will be 'like a new signing' for their clubs next season (53:20), Australian Institute of Sport director Alex Newton (1:19:38), Questions Without Notice (1:29:52), and Australian tennis player Daria Saville (1:44:17).
How the federal government has granted the Olympic program the funding for a full four-year cycle and what it means for the athletes, why the national women's football team is at the top of the investment range, how they forecast whether sports such as surfing or skating will come into calculations late, and more.
The best sports scientists bridge the gap between theory and practice. They bring coaching experience to the table and help help solve the real problems athletes are facing. This describes Esa Peltola. His diverse experiences in coaching, physiology, talent identification, and sports science helped him drive athletes to the next level, including coaching the first Australian to break 10 seconds in the 100 meters. On this week's GAINcast he shares his journey. For more information on this topic, read the complete show notes at: https://www.hmmrmedia.com/2021/12/gaincast-episode-232-science-at-the-track-with-esa-peltola/ The following links were referenced in the podcast or provide some additional reading material on the topic: Our monthly GAIN Master Class Series features speakers from all aspects of performance. Sign up and learn more here. The GAINcast is also sponsored by HMMR Media. Join HMMR Media to get access to a vast library of online training resources, video, articles, podcasts, and more. Craig Pickering has written a great series to help coaches understand and evaluate sports science: understanding science for coaches, what makes for good research, critical elements for effective sports science, and becoming an better consumer of sports science. In our HMMR Classroom, members can learn form Professor Peter Weyand about sorting sports science in a digital era. For more on the golden era of Australian Institute of Sport, GAINcast 219 with David Martin provides a great look at the work done during that time. GAINcast 227 also had on guest Dean Benton, who took a lot of influence from Peltola.
We're joined by Dr Meg Ross, a sports scientist who worked with the Australian Institute of Sport Nutrition team and Australian Catholic Univesity for over a decade, running research studies to prepare athletes for hot Olympic Games. We discuss her PhD work on pre-cooling with ice slushies prior to the 2008 Beijing Games, and more recent work on pre-exercise hyperhydration with sodium and glycerol, and the use of menthol to alter the perception of temperature in the lead-up to the Tokyo Games. We cover the practical aspects, and how these strategies could be implemented by runners, cyclists & triathletes of all levels.
New figures from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare show smoking prevalence among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities has decreased by 20 per cent since 1994, to 43 per cent.
Learn to map your life with the 3 strategies by professional coach, Robin Miles – Upgrade your avatar Life considerations Lead with purposeIn this webinar you will learn to: Set a vision for yourself in 2021 Create the version of yourself that you aspire to be Optimise your productivity Declare the number 1 priority in your life Get Strategic about creating the life you want to lead Break-Through your greatest barriers to success Ignite your peak performance on a daily basisThey say that ‘if you're not afraid, you're not dreaming big enough'. The power of Inner Leadership and the potential of Team Unity are big words, but it is possible to define opportunities and attain shared goals when you learn to apply them. This event is not just about spreading good vibes, but it empowers people with insight, understanding, a grounded plan and coherent actions individually and collectively. With the right efforts and conscious responsibility, you could push limits to achieve excellence with actionable steps. Diversity is respected, harnessed and leveraged.About Robin Miles:Robin brings over 15 years of experience as a Visionary Leader for executives, teams and companies, excelling in collaboration and relationship development. As a Consultant, Executive and Board Member, his insights and solutions express a diverse background working in private, government, not-for-profit and military sectors. He is a Chartered Civil Engineer, a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and an advocate for the Program on Negotiation at Harvard. Robin has lectured at Deakin University School of Law and provides high-level performance programs, trainings and consulting services to global clients.Robin finds it inspiring to see people empowered by using the principles he has discovered, tested and integrated into his own life and career. As a High Performance Coach and Strategist, Robin is privileged to work with individuals from all walks of life, large and small companies, start-ups and corporate giants. The common thread is a passion and drive to excel beyond the norm, a commitment to making positive change and a willingness to work with others to achieve personal & professional goals.His expertise:✔ High Performance Coaching for individuals & teams✔ Collaboration Facilitation for projects & teams✔ Leadership Training for all levels of management & service✔ Negotiation & Strategy Consulting for sustainable company growthRead more about Robin Miles here: https://inspiremeconsulting.com.au/The Professional Development Forum (PDF) was established to help diverse young professionals find fulfilment in the modern workplace. We believe that everyone, not the elite few, should have access to the knowledge, mindset and network to develop themselves.We believe that by becoming the best version of ourselves, we lead a happier, more fulfilling life and inspire those around us to do the same.We do this by running events that aims to inform, connect and inspire, and share what we learnt with our community.Please check out our upcoming events:http://www.professionaldevelopmentforum.org/events
Today on the Take on Board podcast, Helga is speaking with Jane Davel about being Chairing the board and board dynamicsJane is an independent non-executive director and currently serves as: Chair of St. Andrew's Village Trust (Inc), member of the Electrical Workers Registration Board and the Cadastral Surveyors Licensing Board of New Zealand, and independent board member of Rowing New Zealand.She has held senior executive roles across a number of service industries, including banking and finance, health, entertainment and telecommunications. She has a background in product management, marketing and business planning and has a particular interest in the customer experience. She is a member of the Institute of Directors in New Zealand and of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.Contact Jane or find out more about her:https://www.linkedin.com/in/janedavel/https://twitter.com/daveljane?lang=enResources mentioned in this episode:AICD Courses: https://aicd.companydirectors.com.au/educationThe Great Chair: A Window on Effective Board Leadership: https://www.dymocks.com.au/book/the-great-chair-by-brian-hayward-9781525578922FOR MORE TAKE ON BOARD INFORMATION:Join the Take on Board community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TakeOnBoard/Follow along on Twitter: @TakeOnBoardFor more information about Helga Svendsen: https://www.helgasvendsen.com.au/Interested in working with Helga? https://www.helgasvendsen.com.au/workwithmeContact Helga: email@example.com
In episode 307 of The Physical Performance Show features our Summer Series Part 2: Recovery with Dr Shona Halson, which includes extracts from our September 2020 Livestream event Recovery Essentials for Optimal Performance with Australian-based Assoc Prof Shona Halson. Dr Halson delivered 4 modules during the Livestream: Fundamentals of Recovery Recovery Periodisation & Adaptation Sleep Science: Optimisation & Essentials Recovery Science Myth Busters Dr Shona Halson has been touted as the ‘world's leading expert on athlete recovery'. Shona was the Director of the AUS Olympic Committees Recovery Centre at 2008, 2012, and 2016 Olympic Games. Dr Halson was the Senior Exercise Physiologist Recovery Scientist at the Australian Institute of Sport for 15yrs and has more than 100 scientific papers to her name. Dr Halson has consulted with some of the world's most loved and well-known brands, teams, and organisations including Nike. Show Sponsor: POLAR Polar are a sports technology company who build world class heart rate monitors and GPS watches for people who take their health, fitness and sports performance seriously. Polar have an incredible heritage. Headquartered in Finland they have been the global driving force behind scientific wearables for over 40 years. They are the pioneers in and world leaders in heart rate measurement technology. Their products provide you with 24/7 monitoring to enable you to plan better, train smarter, recover fully … so you can be at your physical best. Coming from the heart of the Nordics, they have the experience, insight, and history of quality, design and innovation which is unparalleled. Worn by some of the best athletes on the planet, we're very excited to have Polar as a partner here so you can also access their heart rate monitors, watches and training platform. As a starting bonus, the team at Polar are offering 15% off. If it's time for you to check out a new heart rate monitor or watch to help improve your performance, head across to Polar.com and use the code TPPS on selected products Join the The Physical Performance Show LEARNINGS membership through weekly podcasts | Patreon If you enjoyed this episode of The Physical Performance Show please hit SUBSCRIBE for to ensure you are one of the first to future episodes. Jump over to POGO Physio - www.pogophysio.com.au for more details Follow @Brad_Beer Instagram & Twitter The Physical Performance Show: Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter (@tppshow1) Please direct any questions, comments, and feedback to the above social media handles.
In episode 89, Victoria Forsdick, Sport and Exercise Medicine Doctor at the Australian Institute of Sport, joins us. Specifically you will learn: Underpinning physiology of pregnancy in sport Special considerations when returning to sport How to support new mums in sport and exercise About Victoria "Dr Victoria Forsdick is a sport and exercise medicine doctor based at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra, Australia. Before joining the AIS for 2021 she has worked within women's sport for the past couple of years as a team doctor for a Women's Australian Rules Football Club. Victoria is passionate about women's sport, health and equality and is undertaking research at the AIS in this area. Her research - The Mum-Alete project - is looking at women returning to elite sport after having a baby and the facilitators and barriers that contribute to a successful or unsuccessful return." Twitter: @drvforsdick Here is the link to our research website for Australian athletes to complete: https://www.ais.gov.au/health-wellbeing/the-mum-alete-project Here is the link to the AIS Female Performance Health Initiative page which has great resources for coaches, athletes etc. https://www.ais.gov.au/fphi FREE 7d COACH ACADEMY TRIAL SIGN UP NOW: https://bit.ly/sfsepisode89 Learn Quicker & More Effectively, Freeing Up Time To Spend With Friends And Family Optimise Your Athletes' Recovery Position Yourself As An Expert To Your Athletes And Naturally Improve Buy-In Reduce Your Athletes' Injury Ratese Save 100's Of Dollars A Year That Would Otherwise Be Spent On Books, Courses And More Improve Your Athletes' Performance Advance Forward In Your Career, Allowing You To Earn More Money And Work With Elite-Level Athletes Save Yourself The Stress & Worry Of Constantly Trying To Stay Up-To-Date With Sports Science Research
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This week on the Podcast, I speak with Minister for Veterans' Affairs & Minister for Defence Personnel Andrew Gee about his top priorities when it comes to supporting and acknowledging Defence Partners and Families. Minister Gee and I also have an open and real conversation about: His thoughts on partners and families being key contributors to defence capability The impact partners and families have on the well-being of the defence member The value he sees defence partners and families providing the community & defence How current policy and programs fit with the value partners and families provide His take on the key issues and challenges defence partners and families currently face The opportunities the Minister sees when it comes to solving those issues & challenges The invaluable insight he got from the recent National Defence Partner Roundtable Why we need a more comprehensive understanding of the partner and family experience The steps the Minister is taking to introduce a possible Ministerial Advisory Council to help inform policy How to gather the right data on defence partners and families to shape effective policy Partnering with the Australian Institute of Family Studies to redesign the ADF Family Survey Why it's time for more innovation in the way that programs are designed & delivered Looking at trialling Coworking hubs on defence bases to support and connect defence partners The role the Veteran Wellbeing Centres will play for current defence partners and families How partner employment contributes to ADF workforce development & why supporting career portability is key How the Minister thinks defence partners and families have fared during COVID A commitment to seriously push for the introduction of a National Defence Families day Whether it might be time to review defence partner and family policy in a major way Ready to join the MWL community? Click through the link to get connected xx www.militarywifelife.com.au
A new analysis says that cancer survival rates in Australia are continuing to improve while the rate of diagnosis has been declining. The Australian Institute for Health and Welfare (AIHW) has recently released a report on cancer in the country which is based on data up to the year 2017. The report has found that while more males than females die from cancer, there has been a sharper decline in the cancer death rate for males than for females.
It might be that you meet someone that comes across as your new best friend, but the charming behaviour of a sociopath is merely a front for their own selfish intentions. The best thing you can do, says Professor Gary Martin, is not hire them in the first place – but it's not always easy to spot someone with sociopathic tendencies. Professor Martin, CEO of the Australian Institute of Management in WA, takes us through six signs to determine if there's a sociopath lurking in your business. Business Essentials Daily is produced by: SoundCartel soundcartel.com.au +61 3 9882 8333 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
While we've talked about supplements on Fast Talk before, we've never sat down with one of the world's preeminent nutrition researchers to dive into the history and overall value of supplements. But that's just what we do today. Dr. Louise Burke is a sports dietitian with 40 years of experience in the education and counseling of elite athletes. She worked at the Australian Institute of Sport for 30 years, first as Head of Sports Nutrition and then as Chief of Nutrition Strategy. She was the team dietitian for the Australian Olympic Teams for the 1996 through 2012 Summer Olympic Games. Her publications include over 350 papers in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters, and the authorship or editorship of several textbooks on sports nutrition. And her list of accomplishments and accolades goes on. She is now a Professorial Fellow at Australian Catholic University. With the limited time we had with Dr. Burke, we discuss the rise and fall of many supplement fads, the evolving classification of supplements, and the role she played in the creation of an evidence-based categorization system. Then we take a closer look at some of the most popular and effective supplements, discussing the history, development, and efficacy of each. Today we also hear from a host of other athletes and coaches to get their opinions on supplements. These include Amos Brumble, Houshang Amiri, Dr. Andy Pruitt, Colby Pearce, and Rebecca Rusch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Allan and Darren open their discussion with the Biden-Xi virtual meeting. It went for a long time, the atmosphere seemed cordial – is this enough for (some) optimism about the trajectory of US-China relations? Allan thinks so, while Darren cannot resist the temptation to offer an IR theory perspective and explain that the game theoretic concept of “deadlock” might best capture the bulk of US-China relations at present. Next, Allan and Darren analyse two recent speeches from Australian political leaders. To begin, in an interview Defence Minister Peter Dutton described as “inconceivable” that Australia would not support the US in an action to defend Taiwan, doubling down on this position in a speech to the National Press Club. In between, Shadow Foreign Minister Penny Wong critiqued the Dutton position in a speech at the ANU. What is the logic of Dutton's explicit language? Does it affect strategic dynamics? While the government is often outspoken about China, ministers also regularly pass up the chance to say more – how is the choice to speak out calculated? Meanwhile, Darren sees a national security politics "minefield" in efforts to critique governments as being too hawkish, but both he and Allan judge that Wong's speech was able to do it effectively, while introducing several other interesting ideas as well. The next topic is the COP26 meeting in Glasgow. Allan's assessment of the outcome is mixed, while Darren focuses on how difficult multilateral negotiations must be, especially because negotiators enter with high ambitions that may never be achieved because of the need for compromise. He thus understands why the conference president Alok Sharma shed tears of disappointment, but understands that a willingness to be disappointed, but nevertheless keep going, is essential. Finally, Australia is deploying police and troops to Solomon Islands given unfolding unrest. Allan provides the historical context to this decision (the RAMSI mission) while Darren wonders whether the China angle is meaningful. Relevant links The White House, Readout of President Biden's Virtual Meeting with President Xi Jinping of the People's Republic of China, 16 November 2021: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2021/11/16/readout-of-president-bidens-virtual-meeting-with-president-xi-jinping-of-the-peoples-republic-of-china/ Vincent Ni, “Biden-Xi summit highlights tensions – and desire for cooperation” The Guardian, 16 Nov 2021: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/nov/16/biden-xi-summit-highlights-tensions-and-desire-for-cooperation Lily Kuo, “China lauds Biden-Xi summit as start of more equal relationship, despite lack of real progress”, Washington Post, 16 November 2021: https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/xi-biden-summit-china-reaction/2021/11/16/f28cd98e-4657-11ec-beca-3cc7103bd814_story.html Troy Bramston, “Taiwan defence a must: Dutton”, The Australian, 13 November 2021: https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/defence/defending-taiwan-against-beijing-is-a-must-says-peter-dutton/news-story/ef9dd7fd56515afbdc90021760d1d344 Penny Wong, “Expanding Australia's Power and Influence: Speech to the National Security College”, Australian National University, Canberra, 23 November 2021: https://www.pennywong.com.au/media-hub/speeches/expanding-australia-s-power-and-influence-speech-to-the-national-security-college-australian-national-university-canberra-23-11-2021/ Peter Dutton, National Press Club Address, Canberra, ACT, 26 November 2021: https://www.minister.defence.gov.au/minister/peter-dutton/speeches/national-press-club-address-canberra-act Mark Thirlwell, “An initial assessment of COP26', Australian Institute of Company Directors, 17 November 2021: https://aicd.companydirectors.com.au/advocacy/chief-economist/an-initial-assessment-of-cop26 “COP26: Alok Sharma fights back tears as Glasgow Climate Pact agreed”, BBC Video, 13 November 2021: https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-59276651 Alexander Downer, “Solomon Islands intervention is always about the China factor”, Australian Financial Review, 28 November 2021: https://www.afr.com/policy/foreign-affairs/solomon-islands-intervention-is-always-about-the-china-factor-20211125-p59c9l Ed Cavanough, “Behind the scenes in the Solomons, local leader has leveraged China issue to his advantage”, Sydney Morning Herald, 26 November 2021: https://www.smh.com.au/world/oceania/behind-the-scenes-in-the-solomons-local-leader-has-leveraged-china-issue-to-his-advantage-20211126-p59cks.html Tess Newton Cain, “As Australia deploys troops and police, what now for Solomon Islands?”, The Conversation, 26 November 2021: https://theconversation.com/as-australia-deploys-troops-and-police-what-now-for-solomon-islands-172678 The Velvet Underground (Trailer): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWq7a8Tin8g “Introducing ‘Plain English with Derek Thompson'” (podcast): https://www.theringer.com/2021/11/11/22776415/introducing-plain-english-with-derek-thompson
Everyone who studies the ocean recognizes that many parts of it are in a state of flux – always changing. That is the natural state of things. But sometimes changes become extreme or too frequent, and that is when problems arise. In 2015 and 2016 a massive El Nino event impacted coral reefs around the world. This week, presenter and oceanographer Helen Czerski is joined by four scientists who experienced this event and its consequences, but who still see reasons for ocean optimism. With special thanks to our panel: Dr. Catherine Head, a postdoctoral researcher at the Zoological Society of London and the University of Oxford; Dr. Mark Meekan, Principal Research Scientist at the Australian Institute of Marine Science; Prof. Jessica Meeuwig, from the Marine Futures Lab at the University of Western Australia; and Prof. Heather Koldewey, Head of the Bertarelli Marine Science Programme. Ocean Matters is a Fresh Air Production for the Bertarelli Foundation. Follow or subscribe now for free, wherever you get your podcasts, so you never miss an episode. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
An accomplished Stand-Up Comedian, MC and Keynote Speaker, Mark McConville has been working in the Australian entertainment industry since 1998. With over 21 yrs of public speaking experience he is widely regarded as one of the most reliable and professional comedians in Australia. Mark now brings his skills as a comedian and public speaker to the field of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention. In 2018 he graduated from Griffith University with a Masters Degree in Suicidology. Mark is also a proud recipient of the Griffith Award for Academic Excellence (2016). Subsequently he has been appointed an Honorary Position as Adjunct Lecturer at The Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention AISRAP, based at Griffith University's Mt Gravatt Campus. Mark McConville the comedian and Mark McConville the Suicidologist are two very different entities, however, there is one overriding truth that connects them both, you can never underestimate the power of laughter. To connect with Mark: http://markmcconville.com.au/
#232 Lesley Braun is a well-respected integrative medicine leader who is passionate about improving public health, ensuring health professionals understand the therapeutic power of herbs and nutritional supplements and their patients have access to sound information and a variety of safe treatment options. Dr Braun is the Blackmores Institute Director. Dr Braun is also an Adjunct Associate Professor at the National Institute of Complementary Medicine (Western Sydney University) and has held research positions at The Alfred Hospital, Monash University. She was Vice President of the National Herbalists Association of Australia, an Academic Board Member of Endeavour College, and former member of key industry groups including the Australian Therapeutic Goods Advisory Council, Advisory Committee for Complementary Medicine (TGA), the Advisory Committee for the Australasian Integrative Medicine Association, and the National E Health Transition Authority (NeHTA) medicines terminology group. Lesley is a current member of the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia's Complementary and Integrative Therapies Group Executive, Pharmaceutical Society of Australia, Australian Institute of Company Directors, Australia-China Business Council Health, and Medical Research working group, plus on the course advisory committees for nutrition courses at Endeavour College and the Think Group. She is the main author of four best-selling textbooks including Herbs and Natural Supplements – an evidence based guide, founding Editor-in-Chief of the journal Advances in Integrative Medicine, and was a regular columnist for the Australian Journal of Pharmacy for 20 years. In 2018 she was named The CEO Magazine's Health & Pharmaceutical Executive of the Year. In this episode we cover What is mental well- being The mental well-being spiral What the allostatic load model of stress is How we can measure and individuals stress Some impacts that stress can have on the body What the biggest stressors to date are How CAM be effectively used, in the different stages of the stress response The link between sleep and mental health
Alex began her professional career in 2009, for the Australian Institute of Sport. After the AIS, she was signed by her home town side, Canberra Capitals. After spending two seasons under Carrie Graf alongside the likes of Lauren Jackson, Alex then signed with the Adelaide Lightning in 2014. After a year in Adelaide, she then signed with the Dandenong Rangers for the 2015–16 season. In 2016, she was signed by Dynamo Moscow to play in the 2016–17 season of the Russian Premier League and the Eastern European Basketball Women's League. Over the years she has undergone 11 knee surgery's and now coming out of a short break she has resumed her playing career with the Capitals once again. Alex is also now the proud mother of her daughter Opel May. This was such a great chat, Alex is hands down one of my favourite guests!
The Benefits of Being a Generalists in the Current Business Environment Generalists are people who choose to focus their time and resources on learning about a wide range of topics. Most leaders in today's world are generalists. They perform multiple tasks, sometimes across departments, and understand all the moving parts of an organization. Unfortunately, the current business environment places more emphasis on specialising that we've forgotten the value of being a generalist. Of course, the world needs specialists, and there's nothing wrong with having an area of focus. However, people should be mindful of the demerits of specialization. For example, people tend to specialise without knowing why. They pursue lucrative college degrees, spend years perfecting the craft, only to find out later that this is not where their heart is at. Nevertheless, the one misconception we need to push out the door is that specializing is the only way to get ahead and take up a leadership position. In fact, the opposite holds true. Most aspiring leaders should be able to wear many hats within an organization. Businesses need specialists to solve problems. But they also crave generalists to connect the dots. Today's guest, Jo Thomas, is one such generalist. She is the CEO of the Australian Institute of Business, the largest online MBA provider in Australia. Topics we Discussed Include: · Getting to Know Jo Thomas (03:25) · Why Jo Considers Herself an Accidental CEO (08:40) · Jo's First Taste of Being a Generalist (12:02) · Data Science and Building Predictive Algorithms (13:50) · Why Data Science is the Career of the Future (15:30) · How to Give Your Career a Definitive Direction (15:50) · Why Jo Decided to Pursue an MBA (19:40) · How to Pandemic has Made it Easier to Build Communities Online (23:55) · Jo's Leadership Experience at LED Lighting (26:29) · Top 5 Tips for Leaders and Aspiring Leaders (31:50) · The Best Leaders Know Their Numbers (35:20) · How Leaders can Know Their People (39:40) Links and Resources https://www.linkedin.com/in/jo-thomas/ (Jo's LinkedIn) https://www.aib.edu.au/ (The Australian Institute of Business) Connect With Ally Nitschke http://www.madeformore.com.au/ (Madeformore.com.au) Connect with me onhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/coach-leadership/ ( LinkedIn) Connect with me onhttps://www.instagram.com/ally.madeformore ( Instagram) andhttps://www.facebook.com/ally.madeformore ( Facebook) Subscribe to myhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWzPxo5P5XTBcKvQyUQEpyQ ( YouTube) channel Get ourhttps://www.madeformore.com.au/ ( Courageous Conversations Guide)
In light of what people, in particular Indigenous and First Nations peoples, have called a failure at COP26, we bring you two conversations on the effects of climate change.We first hear from the Pacific Climate Warriors Coordinator for Victoria, Folole Asueao Sagele Tupuola who first spoke with Thursday Breakfast. Daughter of the Moana, they are a storyteller and artist settled on Wathaurung Country and talk about the #Youth4Pacific Declaration on Climate Change that was delivered to Pacific Leaders at COP26. Then, Helen Berry who is Honorary Professor at the Australian Institute of Health Innovation at Macquarie University, speaks about her recent publications on the mental health impacts of climate change on young people and children. Helen is a widely-cited psychiatric epidemiologist and expert in how climate change, disasters and social and physical place influence mental health and wellbeing.
If there was one thing you think society should talk more about, what would it be?“Society needs to talk about the state of homelessness for older people, especially women over 50. Many of whom find themselves without superannuation or even a fair deal when a marriage breaks down if they haven't had visibility over the family finances or everything they own has been run through the ‘company'. ___________ Marina Go is as dynamic as they come. Such an impressive human and we had so much to talk about when I first interviewed her - we decided to do another episode! Marina has a lot going on! She's currently the Chair of Netball Australia, Ovarian Cancer Australia and The Walkley Foundation, and a non-executive director on the boards of Energy Australia, 7-Eleven, Autosports Group, Pro-Pac, Adore Beauty and Booktopia. She was recently appointed to the board of Transurban. She is a member of UNSW's Business Advisory Council and ANU's Centre for Asian-Australian Leadership (CAAL) Advisory Board, and author of the business book for women, Break Through: 20 Success Strategies for Female Leaders. Boss magazine named Marina as one of the 20 True Leaders of 2016. Marina has over 30 years of leadership experience in the media industry, having started her career as a journalist. Her media exec roles are extensive and she was also the former chair of the West Tigers NRL Club - which we'll get more into today. Marina's media executive roles included Private Media CEO and Head of the Hearst JV at Bauer Media and held leadership roles at ACP, Fairfax and EMAP Australia. Marina is also a former Chair of the Wests Tigers NRL Club, Chair of the Super Netball Commission and was the inaugural Chair of the UTS Centre for Media Transition Advisory Board. She is a member of O'Connell Street Associates, Chief Executive Women (CEW) and the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD). Marina has been actively progressing equitable outcomes for women and culturally diverse Australians in her working life and as a volunteer for more than three decades. If you can't tell, you're about to hear from one incredibly impressive lady. Our conversation is real, authentic and interesting as Marina has had one phenomenal career. But what I hope you also hear is that she's a really lovely person. Genuine, articulate about her values and such an advocate for women. It's an absolute pleasure to have her on the show - please enjoy this wonderful conversation with Marina Go. Connect and find out more about Marina here;-We talked about Marina's new publication, a collaboration with some of her mates - find it here: https://tonicmag.com.au/Links and Social Media LInkedin: linkedin.com/in/marinagoTwitter: @marinasgoAnd for more information about the Wabi Sabi Series, please find us here:-Website - The Wabi Sabi Series Connect with us on Instagram here:- @thewabisabiseriesConnect with us on Facebook here - @thewabisabiseriesIf you have a burning topic you'd love society to talk more about, or know someone who'd be great to come on our podcast, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
In Episode #178, I am talking with Tami Simon Emma McQueen Emma is a Business and Leadership Coach with more than 20 years of experience predominately focused on inspiring, empowering and nurturing women in business and in leadership roles. Emma is a certified Institute of Executive Coaching and Leadership (IECL) coach, a certified Hogan coach, a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has experience on several boards in non-executive positions. Today, Emma McQueen is sharing with us some of his insights on Raise Your Mojo, Shift Your Mindset and Thrive We talked about: What holds women back from achieving success? Where does confidence (mojo) come from — how do you get more of it? If you've lost your mojo, how do you get It back? What is a growth mindset? Why is having the right people around you so important? How do you motivate yourself? Why do some people have a personal or business coach? What is 'Thriving Women'? She can be found on: www.emmamcqueen.com.au Podcast - Tea with the Queen Instagram - emmarmcqueen Book: Go-Getter * * * * * Victoria Gallagher is a worldwide leader in Hypnotherapy, a #1 Best Selling Author, International Speaker, Life Success Coach, and Renowned Authority on the Law of Attraction. She has dedicated her life to empowering people all over the world to successfully live a life of liberty, aligned with their dreams through her effective meditative recordings and online courses. With the new HypnoCloud iOS app, you can achieve the wealth you desire, be healthy and fit, have the career you want, live the lifestyle of which you dream, and reach spiritual fulfillment. Download HypnoCloud from the App Store now: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/hypnocloud-relax-and-let-go/id1450270910 Get it on Google Play For our listeners who found us on Power of Your Mind Podcast, go to Hyptalk.com and sign up for your Free Self-Hypnosis Video Training Course. Also First Time Customers get 35% off Your First Order of Hypnosis Downloads when you use the code "PODCAST" in your shopping cart at: Hyptalk.com Learn more about Victoria Gallagher and her new book Practical Law of Attraction at: VictoriaMGallagher.com If you enjoyed today's episode, please leave us a review! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/power-your-mind-hypnosis-law-attraction-meditation/id1161784063?mt=2
What does it take to become an elite athlete? What are some struggles with mindset and how do we overcome them on the field or in a sporting competition? This week, we speak to sports psychologist, Rachel Jones about the art of mental toughness, how to best perform under pressure and optimise your mentality in sporting scenarios. Rachel has a background in sport and exercise science, and has held roles in strength and conditioning, athlete welfare, tactical training and sports rehabilitation assessment and management.She also has experience working with elite athletes from Australian teams and organisations including Super Rugby, NRL, Wallabies, Queensland Jockeys' Association, Racing Queensland, Sporting Wheelies, Professional Golfers' Association of Australia, Australian Institute of Sport and Queensland Academy of Sport to name a few.We speak to Rachel about mental resilience, coping with pressures of sport and how to create a winner's mindset. Follow her on Instagram @RachelJonesLiftHPC
As Urbis' CEO, Benjamin Pollack works with the Board to set the strategic direction for the company, and with the Management Team and other leaders to ensure it becomes a reality.Ben has over 20 years' experience driving and consolidating growth in professional service firms across the legal, accounting and consulting sectors and now in the property industry. He builds engagement and a shared ownership of strategy by aligning people and culture objectives, shareholder priorities, client expectations and market opportunities. This approach underpins Urbis' Better Futures strategy, its ‘one Urbis' culture and its role in shaping cities and communities for a better future.Ben holds a master's degree in marketing, a bachelor's degree in social science and policy and has completed executive education courses with the Harvard Business School and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.In this episode, you'll gain insight to: Principles of shaping successful environmentsGenerating entrepreneurial like work environments CEO guidelines for successLessons of authentic leadership andPivotal leadership lessons for exemplary leadersAnd more. Resources: https://urbis.com.auShow notes:If you enjoyed this episode, and you've learnt something or it inspired you in some way, I'd love to hear about it and know your biggest takeaway. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device, and post it to your Instagram Stories, and tag me, @elinormoshe_ or Elinor Moshe on LinkedIn.Don't forget you can also join the Facebook community to be part of the growing family of constructors who chose exceptional futures.
Australia slammed shut its borders 600 days ago. But today, NSW, Victoria and the ACT allowed fully vaccinated travellers from abroad to enter Australia, and heaps of countries are letting double-jabbed Aussies to travel there quarantine-free. It's not all smooth sailing though, as some states remain inaccessible for both domestic and international travellers. Also, what the heck is COP26 and why has Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison received a frosty reception at the important global climate talks in Scotland? And, people are turning to online subscription services to avoid the cost and the hassle of going to the GP to renew their scripts for the contraceptive pill. Live guests: Dr Bryce Wakefield, National Executive Director, Australian Institute of International Affairs Ben Groundwater, travel writer and podcaster
It is late October 2021, Melbourne is emerging from a 77 day lockdown and we've just earned the dubious title of most locked down city in the world. Throughout, this difficult situation has been made harder by constant media and political pressure to end lockdowns, often with the argument that lockdowns cause suicide. We wanted to dig into this properly and find out from the data whether this actually was the case? In this episode we take a look at suicide statistics in four Western countries, talk through the factors that can lead to suicide and provide some tips for how to respond if you or someone you care about is feeling suicidal. Supports (for Australian listeners):If you are in immediate danger: 000For crisis support 24/7: Lifeline 13 11 14 or Suicide call back service (24 hour phone & online support): 1300 659 467or online www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au To access local crisis team support, call your state's contact number: https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/crisis-management To access private psychologists: see a GP for a mental health care plan or contact local private practices. Your GP may know of local clinics with availability or shorter wait times. Research and data:Australian Institute of Health and Welfare data: https://www.aihw.gov.au/suicide-self-harm-monitoring/data/suspected-deaths-by-suicide/data-from-suicide-registers Victorian coroner's court data: https://www.coronerscourt.vic.gov.au/sites/default/files/2021-01/Coroners%20Court%20Monthly%20Suicide%20Data%20Report%20-%20December%202020.pdf NZ coroner: https://coronialservices.justice.govt.nz/assets/Documents/Publications/Chief-Coroner-Suicide-Stats-2020-Media-Release.pdf NZ symptoms: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34313158/ UK suicide rates: https://www.ons.gov.uk/releases/deathsfromsuicidethatoccurredinenglandandwalesbetweenaprilandjuly2020 US suicide minorities: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33290944/ US suicide data: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2775359 America's health rankings (data from all states): https://www.americashealthrankings.org/explore/annual/measure/Suicide/state/ALL?edition-year=2020
Duku is the Founder of Rich Dreams, a platform that helps individuals to showcase their journey towards their hopes and dreams and connects them with other dreamers. In addition to Rich Dreams, Duku has also founded HnH Wholesalers, a merchandise base supplier to the Hotel and Hospitality industry. HnH is a supplier for clients such as the EKKA, Marriot Hotel, Star Hotels, Brisbane Racing Club and more. Duku is an international speaker, an author of 2 books, a 2-time TEDx Speaker, as well as a UN Delegate having represented Australia at the United Nations Headquarter in New York. Duku is a committee member of the Presbyterian and Methodist Schools Association (PMSA) Policy Committee which owns four outstanding Queensland Schools: Brisbane Boys' College, Clayfield College, Somerville House and Sunshine Coast Grammar School. He is the youngest ever appointed governance member for the PMSA. Duku is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors' Company Directors Course, and has been awarded the post nominal of GAICD. He is possibly the youngest graduate in the courses' history at the age of 22 during his graduation. ---------- Never miss a podcast episode: podcast.samdemma.com Connect with Sam: Instagram Youtube Email
This EP features Peter Davis who's been working in elite sport management for over 30 years. Originally from Australia, Peter received his MSc from the University of Oregon and his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. Since that time he has had a diverse and unique career in several countries and different sport systems. He has been involved as a high-level sports physiologist, a coach in the US collegiate system, and a high-performance sports administrator. He has worked with professional sports teams, Olympic Teams, and amateur non- Olympic teams at all levels, all ages, and all sports. Peter started his career in elite sport in 1981 as an Exercise Physiologist for Nike. He eventually found himself at the Australian Institute of Sport, first as a high-performance Exercise Physiologist, then with the “Olympic Athlete Program” to help prepare Australian athletes for the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics. After the 2000 Sydney Olympics, he was recruited by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) to direct their Coaching and Sport Sciences Division. In the lead-up to the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games Peter was named the Director of Sport Sciences, Sports Medicine and Technology for 'Own the Podium'. Peter is now the Founder and Managing partner of APEX Global Sport Group, an international consultancy whose clients include Olympic teams, National Olympic Committees, National Sport Governing Bodies, National Sports Ministries, and individuals in countries across the globe in all areas of high-performance sports planning and development. In addition to his work with various teams and countries, Peter is also a well-respected speaker in all areas of performance and organizational planning, and management and has delivered dozens of presentations around the world. Last but not least he is a father of four and a grandfather of four.
In this brief continuation, we chatted with Dr. Vicki Herrington, the Director of Knowledge at the Australian Institute of Police Management (AIPM). We talked about policing, police leadership, training, and approaches to reflective learning on the issues confronting policing and the rising dissatisfaction of police service delivery, especially in urban areas in the states. A fascinating interview with Vicki, an international thought leader, showing the similarities and differences in policing and police leader training from down under!
Dr Alan Moran, prominent Australian critic of climate change and renewable energy policies, speaks with show host Gene Tunny about the 2021 UN climate change summit, COP26 (i.e. the 26th Conference of the Parities). About this episode's guest - Dr Alan MoranDr Alan Moran is Director of Regulation Economics, a consultancy firm. He is a noted economist who, in his own words, “has analysed and written extensively from a free market perspective.” Dr Moran was the Director of the Deregulation Unit at the Australian Institute of Public Affairs from 1996 until 2014. He was previously a senior official in Australia's Productivity Commission and Director of the Australian Government's Office of Regulation Review. Subsequently, he played a leading role in the development of energy policy and competition policy review as the Deputy Secretary for Energy in the Victorian Government. Dr Moran was educated in the UK and has a PhD in transport economics from the University of Liverpool and degrees from the University of Salford and the London School of Economics. Links relevant to the conversationBeware a blind charge to net-zero emissions | The Spectator AustraliaAustralia's Obscene Green Subsidy Machine – Quadrant OnlineThe Business Council of Australia's green schizophrenia | The Spectator AustraliaBruce Mountain article The verdict is in: renewables reduce energy prices (yes, even in South Australia)Australia's Renewable Energy Target (RET)EP108 – COP26 climate change summit with Tony Wood, Grattan InstituteThanks to the show's audio engineer Josh Crotts for his assistance in producing the episode. Check out his Upwork profile.Please get in touch with any questions, comments and suggestions by emailing us at email@example.com. Economics Explored is available via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, and other podcasting platforms.
In this podcast Brooke Patterson talks with Associate Professor Deirdre McGhee about breast injuries and breast health. Deirdre is a sports physiotherapist, and leads the breast research and education area of the Australian Institute of Sport Female Performance and Health Initiative (https://www.ais.gov.au/fphi). She has been researching breast health biomechanics for the past 20 years, has written guidelines for Sports Medicine Australia on breast support and bra fit for female athletes (https://sma.org.au/resources-advice/injury-fact-sheets/exercise-and-breast-support/) and the freely accessible web-based App, “Sports Bra” (https://www.bra.edu.au/), to guide female athletes on breast support and bra fit. The podcast covers practical tips for clinicians to check bra fit and why it is important, and the current evidence related to breast injuries, treatment, and breast protection for women playing contact sports.
In Episode 16 of Season 2, Lukas has a philosophical chat to big-thinker Dr Greg Mews. Greg is currently teaching and researching in Landscape Architecture at Queensland University of Technology. He also lectures at Technical University of Berlin, Yale University, University of Canberra, University of Kassel, and University of NSW. Greg has received several high-profile research scholarships, eleven work-related awards and is about to publish his next book entitled "Transforming Public Space through Play" with Routledge. He is the Founder of Urban Synergies Group, an Urban Thinkers voice for UN-Habitat and fellow Co-founder and Director of the Australian Institute of Play. In this high-level episode, Lukas and Greg talk about play from a new materialist perspective on childhood. They discuss what matters in life, the way we think, tell stories and produce worlds within the world. An episode not to be missed! https://urbansynergiesgroup.org/philosophy/keypeople/about-gregor/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dPjrg7Nwsg - TEDx Talk https://urbansynergiesgroup.org/publications/
Welcome to episode 6 of Let's Unpack that! - a podcast in partnership with @h.squad_swinburne and Student Engagement. Drinking has become a part of many uni students' social life. Do you ever want to stop drinking but are worried it will affect your social life? In this episode, Anna, Zoe and Jessi share how to deal with that feeling, say "no" when needed and put your health first. Let us know how helpful this episode was by completing this 1-min survey so we can improve our content for the next one :) https://swinuw.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8DkEnkFIqNLT89M Useful resources: Hello Sunday Morning | Change Your Relationship with Alcohol Untoxicated (Booze-Free Fun and Friendship) Home | Sober Mates Illicit drug use - Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (aihw.gov.au) Party drugs | healthdirect Alcohol & Drugs Info - for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders | headspace headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation
If there was one thing you think society should talk more about, what would it be?“The common good and how we can all be there for one another. I wish we would reflect on who's talking, who's being talked for and who's missing entirely.” Strap yourselves in because you are about to hear from one seriously outstanding human. I'm delighted to introduce you to the legendary Holly Ransom. Holly is a globally renowned content curator, powerful speaker and master interviewer Holly's belief is that if you walk past it, you tell the world it's okay. She was named one of Australia's 100 Most Influential Women by the Australian Financial Review, she has delivered a Peace Charter to the Dalai Lama, was Sir Richard Branson's nominee for Wired Magazine's ‘Smart List' of Future Game Changers to watch and was awarded the US Embassy's Eleanor Roosevelt Award for Leadership Excellence in 2019. Having interviewed the likes of Barack Obama, Malcolm Gladwell, Richard Branson, Billie Jean-King, Condoleezza Rice, Nobel Prize Winner Muhammad Yunus and the world's first humanoid robot Sophia, Holly fights complexity with curiosity, apathy with empowerment and fear with fact. Holly was identified early as a dynamic thought leader and asked to Co- Chair the G20 Youth Summit in 2014, the United Nations Coalition of Young Women Entrepreneurs in 2016 and was the youngest Director ever to be appointed to an Australian Football Club, the mighty Port Adelaide. An accomplished company director, Holly has compressed a power-packed career into a decade, spanning corporate, nonprofit and public sectors. She's the founder and CEO of consulting firm Emergent servicing some major global clients. She's a regular on The Drum and QandA; a proud champion for diversity and inclusion, as the Chair of Pride Cup Australia Holly's podcast ‘Coffee Pods' was named in the top ten business podcasts to listen to by the Sydney Morning Herald in 2018 and she's currently hosting the Energy Trailblazers podcast which I'm really enjoying. Holly's achievements feel never ending - she's a woman on a mission. As a Fulbright scholar and Harvard Kennedy School Class of '21 fellow, Holly is a recipient of the prestigious Anne Wexler Public Policy Scholarship, allowing her to action social and economic inclusion by connecting people with the decisions that affect their lives. Having released her book The Leading Edge, Holly helps people harness their own potential to lead by asking better questions, thinking beyond biased answers and building collective momentum for change. The Leading Edge is part of Holly's broader belief that we need to democratise leadership learning and break open elite leadership discourse to fire up every individual to catalyse change. Holly has been recognised as a LinkedIn Influencer and a must-read content producer by the Australian Institute of Company Directors. As founder and CEO of consulting firm Emergent, Holly has led real-world results with clients such as P&G, Microsoft, Virgin, Cisco and KPMG. Holly has also been a regular on the likes of The Drum and QandA. As a proud champion for diversity and inclusion, Holly is Chair of Pride Cup Australia, a non-profit organisation (and movement) devoted to challenging LGBTI+ discrimination within sporting clubs - and create welcoming and supportive environments for LGBTI participation and fans. A two-time Ironwoman, Holly loves to cook, dance and sing... despite her complete lack of talent at all three. You'd think that you'd feel a bit inadequate hanging out with Holly -but that's just the thing - she's such a beautiful person, incredibly humble & her curiosity about the world just radiates from her sparkly eyes. Holly is one of the reasons I found my voice with creating the Wabi Sabi Series so I'm absolutely thrilled to get to sit down and chat with her, it was such a delight. Please enjoy this wonderful conversation with Holly Ransom. Connect and find out more about Holly here;-Purchase The Leading EdgeTake the 28 Day ChallengeListen to her PodcastsSign up to the weekly newslettersWatch her showreelCheck out hollyransom.com And for more information about the Wabi Sabi Series, please find us here:-https://wabisabiseries.com/Connect with us on Instagram here:- @thewabisabiseriesConnect with us on Facebook here - @thewabisabiseriesIf you have a burning topic you'd love society to talk more about, or know someone who'd be great to come on our podcast, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma Coath is the Managing Director of Rocket Seeder Limited in Australia and a Co-Founder and Director of GROW Agrifood Tech Accelerator in Singapore. She is driven to build a sustainable food system, through supporting innovative entrepreneurs. Emma has worked in the food and agriculture sectors for the past 25 years, in both public and private organisations - she has completed a Bachelor of Commerce (Deakin University), a Master of eBusiness (RMIT University) and is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
"There is no information about the wave of Polish immigration to Australia in the publication 'A History Of The Department Of Immigration' ..." emphasizes Prof. Małgorzata Klatt, President of the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs. - "Nie ma informacji o fali imigracji Polaków do Australii w publikacji 'A History Of The Department Of Immigration'..." pokreśla Prof. Małgorzata Klatt, Prezes Australijskiego Instytutu Spraw Polskich.
As a horticulturist working in the maintenance sector, I can appreciate the importance of connecting people from different sectors so we can all learn from each other. In this episode, the editor of the best and only Aussie horticultural industry magazine, Karen Smith explains why this is so important, and how Hort Journal Australia has aimed to be the conduit connecting industry people since it began in 2008. This episode is sponsored but it's been designed to provide serious value for the listener - not only for the sponsor!EPISODE LINKSVisit Hort Journal Australia: https://hortjournal.com.au/Contact Hort Journal Australia: https://hortjournal.com.au/contact/Subscribe to Hort Journal Australia: https://hortjournal.com.au/plans/hort-journal-subscriptions/Plant Select: https://plantselect.com.au/Australian Institute of Horticulture: https://www.aih.org.au/Garden Clubs Australia: https://gardenclubs.org.au/FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIATwitter: @PlantsGrowHere / Facebook: @PlantsGrowHerePodcast - Join our Facebook group!VISIT OUR WEBSITEwww.PlantsGrowHere.comLET'S WORK TOGETHERAre you in the industry or an enthusiast with something of value to share? We're always on the hunt for interesting people, doing interesting things. If you'd like to work with us send a message via our online form or a direct email to email@example.com.
Sizzling Bacon, Marine Science Magnet School Magic, and Reef Tank Rehab: Annoyance Edition. This week we catch up with Jeremy and his mishap and Peter talks studio. All this and more on Episode 175 of the Reef News Network! Show Watch 2021 Reef-A-Palooza Chicago October 16/17 MACNA - Canceled Aquashella- Dallas October 30/31 Powered By: Top Shelf Aquatics: www.topshelfaquatics.com Fritz Aquatics: www.fritzaquatics.com ReefBreeders: www.reefbreeders.com Sicce: www.sicce.com/en/ Media Partners: ReefHacks: https://reefhacks.com Reefs.com: https://reefs.com/ Bahama Llama Coral: https://www.youtube.com/c/BahamaLlamaCoral Reef2Reef: www.reef2reef.com News: Peter- To the untrained ear, it might sound like bacon frying in a pan but, to fish, it is the alluring sound of a healthy home. Marine scientists are using underwater speakers to pump out the sound of a potential breakthrough. The Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) is in a race against climate change, with bleaching, cyclones and crown-of-thorns outbreaks threatening reefs. https://bit.ly/RNNnewsPeter175 Jeremy- Linking the Next Generation to Aquaculture Science - To say that teachers faced a challenging two-years while pivoting to protect their students during a pandemic while innovating new educational models to keep them engaged and learning is an understatement. But the Marine Science Magnet High School (MSMHS, Groton, CT) accepted the challenge head-on. In partnership with Mystic Aquarium and the support of Connecticut Sea Grant, MSMHS Aquaculture Teacher Eric Litvinoff conceptualized and delivered an innovative model to keep his kids' hands wet while learning about aquatic husbandry in a hybrid teaching model. https://bit.ly/RNNnewsJeremy175 Main Topic: Perhaps another episode series in the making, today we're going over some of the things that we have dealt with in the past or may have to deal with in the future that can definitely be a real annoyance. Many people have to deal with these annoyances and find them to be some of the real low points of the hobby. We are talking standard issue ups and downs that we all will face in the typical lifespan of a tank. We will go over some ways to get rid of or cope with these annoyances. Let's rework systems, redo flaws and rehab the tank in general so we can refresh your enjoyment level! Outro: Please like our Facebook and Instagram pages as well as subscribe to the Podcast Reef News Network: www.reefnewsnetwork.com Reef News Road Trip: https://bit.ly/2LZfoKd . Instagram: ReefNewsNetwork Hashtags to follow #ReefNewsNetwork , #RNN , #RNNnation Listener Calls: Go to: www.reefnewsnetwork.com click the tab on the right side of the page to leave us a voicemail. Reviews/Ratings: Reviews and Ratings help us reach new heights and continue to produce quality content, let us know how we are doing.
In this episode I chat with Associate Professor and exercise scientist Dr Shona Halson on all things recovery to optimize health, performance, and training adaptation. She defines recovery as bringing the body physically and psychologically back to homeostasis, balancing out the stressors. Dr Halson advises us to plan recovery into our schedule alongside training, and periodize fatigue with the season of training to drive adaptation. She emphasizes that the good stuff happens when we rest and recover! Shona explains the recovery pyramid and offers up plenty of top recovery tips: sleep and nutrition form the base, followed by mental recovery, and then topped off with recovery modalities like ice baths and compression techniques. We all must learn to embrace sleep flexibility, accepting that we're not going to be able to get the “optimal” 8hours every night, especially around race day: anxiety is not going to lead to better sleep! Shona sorts fact from fiction around popular recovery modalities: ice baths, compression garments, water immersion, contrast bathing, massage and foam rolling. She gives advice on recovery frequency and periodization around training and competition to maximize adaption and peak performance. We discuss the signs and symptoms of overtraining syndrome versus under-recovering: mood changes, fatigue, increased effort perception, soreness, injuries, and decreased performance that indicate athletes' aren't recovering adequately to the demands of training and life. Dr Halson highlights the importance of listening to our bodies: no fancy technology can indicate our recovery status better than our own feelings of tiredness! Follow Shona on Instagram @shonahalson and Twitter @ShonaHalson Learn more about Shona's work https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Shona-Halson https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=I-5u6UIAAAAJ&hl=en Shona's Official Bio Dr Shona Halson is an Associate Professor at the School of Behavioural and Health Sciences, Australian Catholic University. Previously, Shona was a Senior Physiologist at the Australian Institute of Sport for 15 years. Shona has a PhD in Exercise Physiology and has over 100 peer-reviewed publications in the areas of sleep, recovery, fatigue and travel. Shona is an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, and Shona was selected as the Director of the Australian Olympic Committees Recovery Centre for the 2008, 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games. Shona consults regularly to world's leading brands including Nike and the Australian Open Tennis Tournament. This episode is brought to you by the Female Athlete System of Transformation: Click here to Book a Call & learn more Learn more about Lindsey's Services and the Team at Rise Up Nutrition: www.RiseUpNutritionRUN.com
If there was one thing you think society should talk more about, what would it be?“It's time that male sporting codes had targets for female leadership to sort out some of the poor behaviours. As a former Chair of Wests Tigers NRL club, I've got a lot to say on this topic and believe it's time sporting codes start viewing their Clubs more like a business.”_____________ Marina Go is as dynamic as they come. Such an impressive human and it was just wonderful to reconnect with her once again. Marina is one busy lady! She's currently the Chair of Netball Australia, Ovarian Cancer Australia and The Walkley Foundation, and a non-executive director on the boards of Energy Australia, 7-Eleven, Autosports Group, Pro-Pac, Adore Beauty and Booktopia. She was recently appointed to the board of Transurban. She is a member of UNSW's Business Advisory Council and ANU's Centre for Asian-Australian Leadership (CAAL) Advisory Board, and author of the business book for women, Break Through: 20 Success Strategies for Female Leaders. Boss magazine named Marina as one of the 20 True Leaders of 2016. Marina has over 30 years of leadership experience in the media industry, having started her career as a journalist. Her media exec roles are extensive and she was also the former chair of the West Tigers NRL Club - which we'll get more into today. Marina's media executive roles included Private Media CEO and Head of the Hearst JV at Bauer Media and held leadership roles at ACP, Fairfax and EMAP Australia. Marina is also a former Chair of the Wests Tigers NRL Club, Chair of the Super Netball Commission and was the inaugural Chair of the UTS Centre for Media Transition Advisory Board. She is a member of O'Connell Street Associates, Chief Executive Women (CEW) and the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD). Marina has been actively progressing equitable outcomes for women and culturally diverse Australians in her working life and as a volunteer for more than three decades. If you can't tell, you're about to hear from one incredibly impressive lady. Our conversation is real, authentic and interesting as Marina has had one phenomenal career. But what I hope you also hear is that she's a really lovely person. Genuine, articulate about her values and such an advocate for women. It's an absolute pleasure to have her on the show - please enjoy this wonderful conversation with Marina Go. Connect and find out more about Marina here;-We talked about Marina's new publication, a collaboration with some of her mates - find it here: Tonicmag.com.auLinks and Social Media LInkedin: linkedin.com/in/marinagoTwitter: @marinasgoAnd for more information about the Wabi Sabi Series, please find us here:-Website - The Wabi Sabi Series Connect with us on Instagram here:- @thewabisabiseriesConnect with us on Facebook here - @thewabisabiseriesIf you have a burning topic you'd love society to talk more about, or know someone who'd be great to come on our podcast, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith Grint has been Professor Emeritus at Warwick University since 2018. He spent 10 years working in various positions across a number of industry sectors before switching to an academic career. His first undergraduate degree (Sociology) was from the Open University in 1981, and his second (Politics) from the University of York in 1982. He received his doctorate from the University of Oxford in 1986. He was Jr. Research Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford University between 1985 and 1986 and a Research Fellow there from 1986 to 1987. Between 1986 and 1992 he was Lecturer in Sociology at Brunel University, and between 1992 and 1998 a Fellow at Templeton College, then University Lecturer in Organizational Behaviour, at the School of Management (now Saïd Business School), Oxford University. Between 1998 and 2004 he was University Reader in Organizational Behaviour at the Saïd Business School, and Director of Research there between 2002 and 2003. From 2004 to 2006 he was Professor of Leadership Studies and Dir. of the Lancaster Leadership Centre, Lancaster University School of Management. Between 2006 and 2008 he was Professor of Defence Leadership and Deputy Principal, Shrivenham Campus, Cranfield University. He was Professor of Public Leadership at Warwick Business School from 2009 to 2018. He is a Fellow of the International Leadership Association (ILA) and Professorial Fellow of the Australian Institute of Police Management (AIPM). He is also a founding co-editor with David Collinson of the journal Leadership, and co-founder of the International Studying Leadership Conference. He was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in 2012 and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Science Warwick University in 2013. He received the Chief Constable's Commendation for Contribution to Police Leadership in 2018 and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Leadership Association in 2018.Recent Books by Keith Mutiny and LeadershipLeadership: A Very Short IntroductionLeadership, Management & Command: Rethinking D-DayThe Arts of Leadership Connecting with KeithGoogle ScholarTwitter: @kgkeithgrintQuote From This Episode"A mutiny in technical terms is a conspiracy by two or more people in a military situation when they refuse to comply with a legitimate order.""(leading a mutiny) almost never goes well. So then the question is, why would you do that? Why would you put yourself through this? Your fellow mutineers might get off, but it's unlikely that you will."About The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals with a keen interest in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership. Connect with Scott AllenWebsite
Allan and Darren begin this episode reviewing the frenzied two-week evacuation from Afghanistan. A logistical success or further evidence of a terrible failure? Do the events of the evacuation, which included an ISIS-K suicide bombing and a drone strike that killed civilians, in addition to the over 100,000 evacuated, change their assessment of the merits of withdrawal? What are Australia's obligations into the future? What will China's role be? The Australia-US alliance celebrates its 70th anniversary this week. Having recently updated his book on the history Australian foreign policy, Fear of Abandonment, how is Allan thinking about the role the alliance should be playing in Australian foreign policy today? Darren tries to inject some needed (in his view) international relations theory into public debates on the merits of the alliance. Moreover, Darren (along with co-authors Zack Cooper and Ashley Feng) has published a new report for the United States Studies Centre on the topic of geoeconomics and the alliance, and he explains its motivation and previews the argument. Allan wonders whether we need to hear more from the economics discipline in geoeconomic policy discussions, given that the stakes extend well beyond Australia's current focus—China's economic coercion. Darren notes that recent speeches from Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and Defence Minister Peter Dutton highlight how economics and security are more deeply intertwined than ever. Given a spate of recent bilateral meetings and a big international trip now underway for the Foreign and Defence Ministers, Allan and Darren discuss Australia's diplomatic objectives for the rest of the year. Finally, on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, they each reflect on their personal memories of the event and what its enduring significance is for Australia in the world. We thank Mitchell McIntosh for audio editing and Rory Stenning for composing our theme music. Relevant links Ezra Klein, “Let's Not Pretend That the Way We Withdrew From Afghanistan Was the Problem”, New York Times, 26 August 2021: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/26/opinion/afghanistan-us-withdrawal.html “Joint Statement on Afghanistan Evacuation Travel Assurances”, 30 August 2021: https://www.foreignminister.gov.au/minister/marise-payne/media-release/joint-statement-afghanistan-evacuation-travel-assurances Marise Payne, “Transcript Statement to the Senate: Afghanistan”, 23 August 2021: https://www.foreignminister.gov.au/minister/marise-payne/transcript/transcript-statement-senate-afghanistan Simon Jackman, “At 70, most see US alliance as foundation of our security”, United States Studies Centre, 30 August 2021: https://www.ussc.edu.au/analysis/at-70-most-see-us-alliance-as-foundation-of-our-security UPCOMING EVENT, “Fear of Abandonment: Australia in the World - an update”, Australian Institute of International Affairs, 23 September 2021: https://aiia.tidyhq.com/public/schedule/events/37184-fear-of-abandonment-australia-in-the-world-an-update Darren Lim, Zack Cooper and Ashley Feng, “Trust and diversify: A geoeconomic strategy for the Australia-US alliance”, United States Studies Centre, 2 September 2021: https://www.ussc.edu.au/analysis/trust-and-diversify-a-geoeconomic-strategy-for-the-australia-us-alliance Josh Frydenberg, “Building Resilience and the Return of Strategic Competition”, Keynote Address to the ANU Crawford Leadership Forum, 6 September 2021: https://joshfrydenberg.com.au/latest-news/building-resilience-and-the-return-of-strategic-competition/ Peter Dutton, “Address to the American Chamber of Commerce in Australia”, 8 September 2021: https://www.minister.defence.gov.au/minister/peter-dutton/speeches/address-american-chamber-commerce-australia Marise Payne and Peter Dutton, “Joint visit to Indonesia, India, the Republic of Korea, and the United States”, Joint Media Release, 8 September 2021: https://www.minister.defence.gov.au/minister/peter-dutton/media-releases/joint-visit-indonesia-india-republic-korea-and-united-states Benjamin Herscovitch, “Australia's growing anti-coercion coalition”, Beijing to Canberra and Bank (Newsletter), 30 August 2021: https://beijing2canberra.substack.com/p/australias-growing-anti-coercion Rebecca Ananian-Welsh and Keiran Hardy, “Before 9/11, Australia had no counter-terrorism laws, now we have 92 — but are we safer?”, The Conversation, 8 September 2021: https://theconversation.com/before-9-11-australia-had-no-counter-terrorism-laws-now-we-have-92-but-are-we-safer-166273 “The Overstory” by Richard Powers, Penguin Australia: https://www.penguin.com.au/books/the-overstory-9781784708245
In 2006 Clint Paddison was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis and within two years could barely walk with pain crippling 80% of his body. After surgery and medications failed him, Clint went back to his science roots which in 2000 saw him gain 1st Class honours, The Macquarie Foundation Science Prize, Australian Institute of Physics prize (NSW Branch) and Semi-Finalist for Young Australian of the Year. With bulldog determination, persistence and scientific experimentation Clint turned his health around and now leads a life drug free and pain free. With the drugs behind him, he's now a proud father of daughters Angelina and Arielle and loving husband to gorgeous Melissa. After recovering from RA, Clint has told his story on US television, given a TEDx talk, written for 'Arthritis Matters' magazine, featured in 'Body, Mind and Soul' magazine and appeared as a keynote speaker at most of the biggest natural heath conferences in Australia. Clint is author of the bestselling Program ‘The Paddison Program for Rheumatoid Arthritis' which has sold in 60 countries and has dramatically improved the lives of thousands of people with inflammatory arthritic conditions. To connect with Clint: https://www.paddisonprogram.com/
“What's happened?” my wife asks me as I walk in the door, home late from work another day. I'm too embarrassed and upset to say that I just lost the company a truckload of money. Instead, I force a smile, lie about heavy traffic, and go to bed early. I know it was my fault. I made the wrong decision - again - and the company was suffering because of it. I recall a time long ago when someone told me to pay more attention to data, saying that, one day, it would rule the world. I'd need it more than it needs me. Without it and a good CFO by my side, I'll be making bad decisions every step of the way. And, damn, he was right. But how do they do it? Luckily, Jyoti Lahiri - a senior executive with international business experience spanning over 30 years, with leadership roles in many geographies - has an answer. Jyoti Lahiri has served in various industries, including a significant period in the tech sector and held senior leadership positions in multinational companies in the Asia Pacific, Caribbean & Latin America and the USA. Currently, Jyoti is Sydney-based and is the Chief Financial Officer - Asia Pacific Region of Landis & Gyr (Landis + Gyr), a Zurich-listed MNC. He also serves as Director on the Board of the company's subsidiaries in Australia, New Zealand, China, India, Singapore and Hong Kong. Landis & Gyr is a world leader in advanced smart metering solutions for utilities and is listed on the Zurich stock exchange. For more than a century, Landis+Gyr has helped the world manage energy better. The meters and solutions from the company empower utilities and end-customers around the world to improve their energy efficiency, reduce their energy costs and contribute to sustainable use of resources. The company employs a headcount of 1,100 across the Asia Pacific region Before Landis & Gyr, Jyoti worked for Lucent Technologies for a decade, where his last role was Chief Financial Officer- South East Asia, based in Singapore. Jyoti is a Chartered Accountant and Cost & Management Accountant. He is also a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Institute of Directors, India. This exclusive episode starts with Jyoti sharing his volunteering experience at Kushal India and how he got involved there. Then, the episode moves through the following topics: Jyoti shares about Landis & Gyr and the works that they do here. The smart meters and solutions from the company that empowers utility companies and customers. How the solutions improve energy efficiency, reduce cost, and contribute to sustainable use of resources. How this plays a role in building smart cities around the world. Jyoti's view on capital allocation for the development of the digital infrastructure. Combining the historical data and new data in the business. Appropriate access control of data and how the heads of the different countries can learn from the collective knowledge and wisdom of each other. Role of an MNC CFO and how it is more demanding than before. What are the different roles that a CFO can play that are beyond the accounting works that they are traditionally involved in? If you are a senior executive operating in a single jurisdiction and want to know more about CFOs whose responsibility ranges across multiple countries and regions, this is the episode you shouldn't miss. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/analyticsshow/message