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The Nonprofit Exchange: Leadership Tools & Strategies
What to do when you have had enough of the Corporate BS

The Nonprofit Exchange: Leadership Tools & Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 30:43


What to do when you have had enough of the Corporate BS: The role of heart-centred governing leadership on Not for Profit Boards with Lisa Colletta Lisa Colletta is the Founder and Managing Director of The Governance Collective Pty Ltd. Australia's leading corporate governance organization with a fresh approach. After more than two decades as a corporate governance change leader in the private and public sectors, I recognized the need for a more holistic approach for small-medium businesses. They need help to shape, drive and implement heart-centered and right-sized governance policies, frameworks, and processes – aligning their people and enabling them to reach business goals faster. Governance can make or break an organization Over the course of my career, I've seen how critically important excellent governance is for effective decision making that leads to successful outcomes. My team and I advise, coach, mentor, guide and provide thought leadership to Chairs, Boards, Committees, Managing Directors, Executives, and governance professionals on how to enhance their personal effectiveness and mindsets, and implement heart-centered corporate governance at strategic and operational levels. Extensive experience you can trust I specialize in supporting large corporations, family-run businesses, not-for-profits, and associations. I have recently endorsed organizations to identify and deliver appropriate levels of governance policy and practices to enable the application and reinstatement of government funding. I hold a master's degree in Management and a Post Graduate Diploma of Applied Corporate Governance from the Governance Institute. I am a graduate of the Governance Institute's Effective Director Course and the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Company Directors Intensive Course. I am also a certified Neuro Linguistic Programming Coaching Practitioner, a Fellow of the Governance Institute is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Australian Board of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

100 Climate Conversations
046 | 100 Brett Summerell: Protecting plants for healthy ecosystems

100 Climate Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 34:30


The chief botanist and director of research at the Australian Institute of Botanical Science, Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust Sydney Brett Summerell and his team are determining genetically appropriate plants for specific regions based on climate projections, safeguarding species against extinction at PlantBank and uncovering threats to Australian flora and ecosystems.  Brett Summerell is recorded live in conversation with Benjamin Law at Powerhouse Ultimo. For more information go to 100climateconversations.com/brett-summerell

Breakfast with Gareth Parker
Should people give their partner a performance review at the beginning of each year?

Breakfast with Gareth Parker

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 5:23


The beginning of the year is a fresh start for many, but relationship counsellors are suggesting couples kickstart the new year with a performance review of their relationship. However, some experts believe a review could cause more damage than good. Australian Institute of Management Gary Martin told 6PR Breakfast relationship performance reviews are not a good idea.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TNT Radio
John Adams on Jason Q Citizen & Friends - 6 January 2023

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 55:49


On today's show John Adams discusses the upcoming inquiries into the Australian corporate regulator, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and financial crimes which must be exposed. GUEST OVERVIEW: John Adams is an independent economic analyst and commentator having written on economic, political, cultural and public policy matters for a variety of news outlets including news.com.au, the Daily Telegraph, the Spectator Australia, the Canberra Times and the Australian Business Executive Among John's various current roles, John is the Chief Economist at As Good As Gold Australia, an Adelaide based gold and silver dealership, where he regularly contributes fresh insights and analysis on the Australian and global economy. John has appeared on various radio and TV platforms including on the ABC and currently appears with Martin North on the Digital Finance Analytics Show which is broadcasted via YouTube. John has had a diverse career to date which includes being a former economic advisor to Liberal Senator Arthur Sinodinos, a management consultant with a big four accounting firm, a public servant working for various Commonwealth and NSW Government Departments and agencies as well as a corporate director for several not-for-profit organizations. ​John is a qualified economist with an economic bachelor's degrees from the University of New South Wales and an economics honours degree from the University of Wollongong. John also holds corporate governance qualifications from the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Governance Institute as well as project management via Prince 2 certification. John is an avid chess player and in 2015 represented the Australian Chess Federation at the London Chess Conference presenting on Chess in the 21st Century Economy.

The Deal Room
[EP 234] Inside Australian business broking – The evolution of business broking in and across Australia Part 2

The Deal Room

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 27:06


Part 2 of our series on the evolution of business broking in Australia sees us return to our discussion with Max Kurz and Mike Smith, the founding fathers of the Australian Institute of Business Brokers (AIBB). We touch on the bad habits from the property industry that can easily get brought into the broking industry and also drill into the importance of discipline in the business broking sector. Max and Mike then share a few relevant war stories from their time in business broking. [EP 233] Inside Australian business broking - The evolution of business broking in and across Australia Part 1 Connect with Mike Smith AIBB Website Connect with our Legal Eagles! Book a Lawyer Now!

The 9pm Edict
The 9pm Penny Wong Cardboard Dog Covid Update with Yun Jiang

The 9pm Edict

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 58:05


The spring series of The 9pm Edict comes to a belated finale with special guest Yun Jiang, the inaugural China Matters Fellow at the Australian Institute of International Affairs. And guess what? We're discussing news from China.In this episode we talk about the historic meeting between Australia's foreign minister Senator Penny Wong and her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, the lifting of China's zero-covid policy, China's efforts to attract and retain scientific talent, China's ambitions in Antarctica, the plight of international students and how their experiences change their views of Australia, Chengdu rapper Xie Di, and of course cardboard dogs.Full podcast details and credits at:https://the9pmedict.com/edict/00192/Please support this podcast by supporting my current crowdfunding campaign, The 9pm Hardware Refresh 2023, by 26 January:https://stilgherrian.com/refresh2023If you miss that deadline, you can always throw a few dollars into the tip jar at:https://the9pmedict.com/tip/https://skank.com.au/subscribe/

Pacey Performance Podcast
Optimising athlete recovery and managing load effectively across multiple sports with Carmen Colomer

Pacey Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 61:14


This week's Pacey Performance Podcast sees Rob speaking to Head of Performance at Perth Glory in the A-League, Carmen Colomer. Since 2017, Carmen has had quite the journey going from the Australian Institute of Sport to the Brumbies, Brisbane Broncos, Philadelphia 76'ers as Director of Sports Science and then into her current role in Perth. With all those experiences across multiple sports and countries, we wanted to chat to Carmen about what she has learnt along the way, particularly when it comes to recovery. The NBA has a notoriously gruelling schedule, so how did Carmen implement fresh ideas to the organisation and what has she took from that experience and integrated into the programme at Perth?  The first half of the conversation is all about recovery, what has worked for Carmen and her athletes and what hasn't. Then the second half is all about load monitoring. This is certainly a passion of hers but she early in the conversation gives us the cold hard facts of what load monitoring is and isn't.  If you're interested in hearing from Carmen, click play now. Main talking points - Challenges of working in a male dominated industry Recovery periodisation   Recovery methods to use during heavy fixture periods   What recovery methods have come and gone in your recovery battery in the last few years?   How do you monitor the effects of a recovery intervention?   Taking learnings from one sport to another   Athlete monitoring - what it is and isn't   External load monitoring and deciding what metrics matter across different sports   Where is this area going? Is it a matter of more information from these technologies or using what we have better?   How to maximise subjective monitoring?   Getting buy-in from athletes and coaches to subjectives   Taking learnings from one sport to another  

Conversations: Interpreting and Translating's Podcast
S03E09–AUSIT's In Touch Magazine –Summer Issue, Cristina Savin, Editorial Committee Member

Conversations: Interpreting and Translating's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 63:51


In Touch is the official magazine of the Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators. In this episode, Cristina gives Fatih a sneak preview of the upcoming Summer 2022 issue of the magazine. Cristina Savin is a French-English and Romanian-English freelance translator and professional editor. She completed a Master of Translation degree at Monash University. Cristina has been working freelance since 2017. Cristina has worked across a wide variety of translation projects in various settings, including law enforcement, authentication of artwork, health care, medical, education, literature; and most recently a subtitling project for the European Union.If you have any questions regarding the magazine or would like to contribute, you can email them on intouch@ausit.org.au Websites mentioned in the podcast:https://ausit.org/https://aalitra.org.au/Visit our website for our professional development resources, courses, workshops and more.https://conversa.com.auShow less

The Deal Room
[EP 233] Inside Australian business broking – The evolution of business broking in and across Australia Part 1

The Deal Room

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 32:58


This week we have another exciting two-part series of the deal room featuring two gentlemen who could be dubbed the ‘founding fathers' of the Australian Institute of Business Brokers (AIBB), Max Kurz and Mike Smith. Max and Mike with our host Joanna Oakey reflect on the fascinating changes they have seen in the broking industry and its processes, from the time they first stepped into the industry to the present day. They drill into how AIBB was formed, the significance of education and training for the evolution of business broking and changes to the remuneration model's over time. [EP 233] Inside Australian business broking - The evolution of business broking in and across Australia Part 2 Connect with Mike Smith AIBB Website Connect with our Legal Eagles! Book a Lawyer Now!

The Divorce Course Podcast
Co parenting and Family Court with a Narcissist

The Divorce Course Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 47:37


Are you dealing with an ex with narcissistic behaviours and having to navigate the world of coparenting? Are you about to go into the family court system or are already in it with a narcissist? This divorce course podcast episode is for you. Mia from Grey Rock Consulting is going to discuss and help you navigate co parenting whilst dealing with the narcissistic behaviours. Lyn helps us explore the legal implications of fights, reactive behaviour and not thinking about the best interest of the children. She will guide you on to how best to show the family court what you are dealing with.  Click here to learn more about your DIY DIVORCE BLUEPRINT Click here for our free before you leave checklist  Click here for our free mediation checklist Sign up here for our next free online webinar  Other podcast episodes mentioned in this episode Grey Rock Method Episode CoParenting with a difficult ex - Lorrie Brooks   Go here to learn more about Mia and Grey Rock Consulting https://www.greyrockconsulting.com.au/ You Don't Want to Miss Out On Why an ironclad court order is the best defence against a narcissistic co parent Why wishy washy court orders wont work in this situation. The court's opinion on parents that can't co parent How to avoid conflict with a narcissistic co parent  What happens if your court orders don't specify what to do in a certain parenting situation? How to consider the best interests of the children when making the decision. Tips on how to deal with having a ex who counter parents Accepting what you can and can't control.  Why can't you speak ill of your co-parent to the other child. What to do when you want to talk badly about your co parent. Adult matters and why you shouldn't burden the kids with it. Why leading by example for your children is so important.  Why explaining and defending yourself isn't a good idea.  Is it important to defend yourself against accusations from a narcissistic ex in coparenting communications? What the Judge might think of your communication if it is full of fighting, accusations and drama How sometimes massaging a narcissist ego may be helpful What to do if they write something that isn't true about you in the communications. Do you need to defend yourself from all their accusations? Why it isn't a good idea to use the label of a narcissist during family court case How to describe the conduct to a judge in the family court trial. How to objectively document issues that occur with the coparent. Getting a psychologist for your children to help deal with the uncertainty of divorce. What does the Australian Institute of Studies show about kids in the middle of conflicting parents.  Tips for making sure you do the right thing legally when getting your child a psychologist. If you need emergency help you can also contact: WOMEN'S SHELTER SERVICE  LEGAL AID Lifeline 13 11 14 Mensline Australia 1300 789 978 Kids Help Line 1800 551 800 Aboriginal Family Domestic Violence Hotline 1800 019 123 Relationships Australia  Police on 000 DVConnect Womensline on 1800 811 811 (24 hours, 7 days a week) Note: This number is not recorded on your phone bill DV Connect Mensline on 1800 600 636 National DV line on 1800 737 732.1800RESPECT 1800 737 732 Make sure you hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss out on the next practical steps and guide to your divorce or de facto separation coming soon. And, if you've found this episode helpful, please leave a rating and a review so it can help others. Thank you.  Please note this is general advice only. Please always seek independent legal advice as everyone's situation is different.   

Humans of Purpose
268 Jemma King: Performance Optimisation

Humans of Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 65:09


Dr Jemma KingJemma is the Founder and Director of BioPsychAnalytics, an Australian based company that has developed scientifically validated methodologies to reduce stress, burnout, and improve behavioral outcomes in high-performing individuals and organisations. She is a high performance expert and coach and has worked with the Australian Defence Force, Special Operations Command, the Centre for Australian Army Leadership, the Australian Olympic Swim Team, Australian Government Solicitors, and the Australian Institute of Sport. HoP PromotionsEach year we offer 5 out of our 50 annual episodes as paid promotional opportunities to values aligned organisations, that can be standalone episodes or part of an integrated marketing campaign. These 5 annual paid episodes enable us to cover our costs of production each year and break even, enabling our social enterprise model to tick along.Our promotional campaigns help to amplify purpose-driven and socially impactful organisations and enable you to reach our engaged local and global audience. Click Here to learn more about collaborating on a custom campaign package for 2023.HoP MembershipLove Humans of Purpose? We are a social enterprise and we rely on your support to cover our costs of production. You can help sustain our work by Signing Up as a monthly or annual Humans of Purpose member like our rock star supporters Andrew 1, Andrew 2, Chris, Nikki, Margaret, Ben, Misha, Sarah and Geoff. You'll get the following awesome perks in return each and every week:Early access all episodesAd free all episodesFull transcripts all episodes5 Key Insights all episodesAudio notes all episodesBrokered intros all podcast guestsLinkedIn CommunityYou may not know this, but our highest and most engaged online community after Instagram is via our LinkedIn page. Join over 2,200 Humans of Purpose fans and followers and join in some great conversations, share your thoughts and see what other listeners from our community are saying about the podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Practice Disrupted with Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain
099: Critiquing Architecture School

Practice Disrupted with Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 45:15


Episode 099: Critiquing Architecture SchoolWhat is the present-day student perspective of architecture school?In his docuseries, Critiquing Architecture School, Alvin Zhu captures what it's like being in architecture school one semester at a time. Along the way, he is also collecting the voices and experiences of his classmates who are all attending the University of New South Wales. Ultimately the series is about creating greater transparency around the educational system and the resulting culture that architecture studio creates.In this episode, we interview Alvin and one of his producers Sana Tabbsum. Sana joined us on a previous episode and is based in London. She completed her Master's at the University of Greenwich. In the conversation, all four of us found shared experiences of what was happening in studio culture globally, and we collectively reflected on - what we would change about architecture education and what we would keep the same.Guests:Alvin Zhu is an aspiring filmmaker pursuing a Master of Architecture at the University of New South Wales. Shortly after graduating from undergrad in 2018, he founded a social media network for architecture students & graduates called “ProjectsbyPeople,” connecting a global community without being bound by physical limitations. Alvin began volunteering for the Australian Institute of Architects, SONA student body, and created 2 video series catered towards helping the next generation of students. In 2021, he was awarded the “Student Prize for the Advancement of Architecture” by the Australian Institute of Architects in recognition of his dedication to serving the wider community. This year, he also undertook the role of SONA Vice-President.Sana Tabassum is a social entrepreneur, content creator, and final year MArch student at the University of Greenwich. She founded :scale (to-scale) in 2019, an architecture blog and platform for students and young designers, to create an inclusive and collaborative archi-community that champions a balance between well-being and productivity.Since beginning her content-creating journey, Sana has led a team to self-publish an architecture magazine, curated the world's first virtual architecture convention, and developed a cohort-based course to help architecture students build their skills during the summer.

Managing Marketing
Rob Shwetz And Darren Talk About The Latest Trends In ESG And Its Impact On Marketing

Managing Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 42:05


Rob Shwetz has worked around the world, in marketing, media and advertising. From Asia, to North America and now in Australia. He is a B-Lab trained B Consultant and a graduate of the Australian Institute of company directors, and a partner and Strategist for the Growth Activists, a strategy and communication consultancy with a focus on ESG. Rob shares the latest trend in ESG and the impact this will have on media, marketing and advertising. And his fear that few in the industry are taking a whole of business view to their ESG strategies, or have a clear view of what it takes to develop and implement and ESG strategy, before the demand hits them.    Listen on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/managing-marketing/id1018735190  Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/75mJ4Gt6MWzFWvmd3A64XW?si=a3b63c66ab6e4934  Listen on Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjE2MTQ0MjA2NC9zb3VuZHMucnNz  Listen on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/managing-marketing  Listen on Podbean: https://managingmarketing.podbean.com/  For more episodes of TrinityP3's Managing Marketing podcast, visit https://www.trinityp3.com/managing-marketing-podcasts/  Recorded live on Zoom H4n and edited, mix and managed by JML Audio with thanks to Jared Lattouf.

US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love
#277/2022 AIA Conference Chicago #2: Jen Masengarb + Marty Hylton + Shannon Battisson

US Modernist Radio - Architecture You Love

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 66:34


The American Institute of Architects or AIA, is the leading professional association in the US, and USModernist Radio was there for their national conference last June in Chicago.  Joining us from that conference are Jen Masengarb, architectural historian and Executive Director of AIA Chicago; Marty Hylton, legendary historic preservationist and the Historic Architect for Climate Change at the National Park Service Climate, Science, and Disaster Response Program; and later on, the President of another AIA, the Australian Institute of Architects, Shannon Battisson.

The Sport Psych Show
#217 Prof Joe Baker - How Talent Compels and Limits Athletic Achievement

The Sport Psych Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 65:51


This week I'm delighted to speak to Prof Joe Baker. Joe is the Head of the Lifespan Performance Laboratory in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science, at York University, Canada. Previously Joe has held visiting researcher/professor positions in the Carnegie Research Institute at Leeds Metropolitan University UK, Victoria University, Australia, the Australian Institute of Sport and the Institute of Sport Science at Westflische Wilhelms-Universitat Münster in Germany. Joe's research focuses on optimal human development, largely to understand how someone gets to, and stays at, the highest levels of performance. His previous research in this area has considered various psychosocial and environmental factors influencing athletic skill development across a range of sports. Joe is the Past President of the Canadian Society for Psychomotor Learning and Sport Psychology and the author/editor of 5 journal special issues and more than 300 peer reviewed articles, commentaries, position statements and 14 books. And it's his latest book ‘The Tyranny of Talent: How it compels and limits athletic achievement… and why you should ignore it' that is the topic of this podcast. The book explores the elements that affect people's likelihood of success, starting with a thorough discussion of what 'talent' is, why both nature and nurture are critical factors, and why this distinction no longer matters. For many coaches, parents, and athletes, misunderstandings about ‘talent' continue to constrain how they think about their long-term development and achievement.

Lead to Soar
L2S E80: Jo Thomas: Should I do an MBA?

Lead to Soar

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 36:15


Lead to Soar! is a production of A Career that Soars Michelle and Jo have a conversation about a question they're asked a lot by women. Should I do an MBA?  We discuss how an MBA builds confidence, how to fit an MBA into real life, and why you must have this conversation with your boss (and boss's boss!) Jo also shares practical tips on how to successfully navigate and complete an MBA – sourced from her MBA students around the world. About Jo With well over 15 years of experience in senior roles for some of Australia's most iconic companies, including iSelect and Compare the Market, Jo is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Institute of Business, Australia's leader in online postgraduate education. Over her career, she has learned a lot about what drives rapid and sustainable growth - flawless execution, authentic leadership, and innovation. Operating at the intersection of technology, people, and data, Jo gets a kick out of making both the workplace and customer interactions life-enhancing experiences. With a track record of transformational leadership in digital businesses, she has had the privilege of leading large teams of extraordinary people to deliver exponential growth. ~ Resources The Confidence Scoop Episode Jo Thomas LinkedIn Simon Sinek, start with why Video Australian Institute of Business ~ Bio for Michelle Redfern Michelle is the founder of Advancing Women, an enterprise providing research and advisory services on workplace gender equality, inclusion and diversity. She is co-host of A Career that Soars! the founder of women's network Women Who Get It  co-founder of CDW (Culturally Diverse Women) and host of the Lead to Soar podcast. Michelle is an experienced Non-Executive Director with Board and advisory roles in the finance, sport, for purpose and supply chain sectors. She is a proud Ambassador for Flexible Working Day and Girls Uniform Agenda. She has held executive leadership roles at ASX & FTSE listed companies NAB, Telstra and Serco during her 30-year corporate career. Michelle is a Graduate of the AICD, holds an Executive MBA (Distinction) and holds various accreditations in organisational diversity and coaching. She is an in-demand speaker and is a regular contributor to the discussion and advocate for gender equality and inclusion in sport and business workplaces.   Bio for Mel Butcher Mel Butcher is a consulting engineer focused on growing business through serving enterprise industrial clients in the environmental, water, and sustainability spaces.  In her free time, she is a host inside A Career That Soars! and on the Lead to Soar! podcast where she supports women in achieving their highest career ambitions. Mel is a goal advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion in the engineering and industrial world. She also gives time to supporting young engineers early in their career. Reach out here.

The Future Assistant
AIOP's National President - Chair of the Board of Directors: A talk with Wayde Walker

The Future Assistant

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 39:07


192: Wayde Walker works as Business and Office Manager for a million dollar turnover company where he is responsible for all office and accounting, procurement, works planning and scheduling, software integration and brining the company into the 21st century. His role at Australian Institute of Office Professionals (AIOP): Managing the direction, corporate requirements and membership of the Profit for Purpose organisation. They provide advice, guidance, education and professional development for Office Professionals across Australia. A partner member of the World Administrators Alliance. His responsibility it to manage, guide and ensure the corporate and strategic directions of the organisation are met, along with the expectations of our members and our partners.   Shownotes: https://www.linkedin.com/in/waydewalker/ https://www.aiop.com.au/ ‌

Motorcycle Madhouse Radio Podcast
EP 879 Outlaw motorcycle gangs are joining forces to pull off major crimes

Motorcycle Madhouse Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 92:01


Outlaw motorcycle gangs are joining forces to pull off major drug heists and other crimes in a concerning new development in Australia's criminal underworld. Joint Deakin University and Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) research has shone a light on patterns of offending among the nation's most notorious and feared outlaw motorcycle gangs (OMCGs). 00:00 This is beyond me 01:34 I will be the first one to say I don't know 02:47 The only thing that works against a lie is the truth 04:36 Where is your research coming from 06:50 If the Membership found out they would be gone 09:36 I wonder if LEO here takes their cue from them --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/motorcyclemadhouse/message

The Understanding Boys Podcast

Dr Sarah Meachem is an academic research scientist and health research advocate in the area of male reproduction.  Sarah's research has a clinical relevance for men's health in the better management of male infertility and her work is recognised globally.  She is the author of over 80 publications and has received awards for her vision for the nation's health sector. Sarah completed her PhD at Monash University where she studied the hormone control of testis function. She is a Director of the Australian Institute of Policy and Science, a Manager for the co-badged PhD International Research Training Program between Germany and Australia and serves on the Advisory Group to the Board of the Australian Society for Medical Research and is the Chair of the national steering group. In this episode we talk to Sarah about her fascinating work in men's health.   

The 1% Podcast hosted by Shay Dalton
Rethinking How We Work with Libby Sander

The 1% Podcast hosted by Shay Dalton

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 64:45


Dr Libby Sander is a leading expert on understanding the future of work, and how we can reimagine work to live more meaningful and creative lives. She is an Assistant Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Bond University, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, the founder and director of the Future of Work Project and Rethink, and an Agenda Contributor at the World Economic Forum.    Libby is regularly featured on radio and in national and international media including The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, BBC, The Guardian, and is a feature writer for The Conversation, where she comments on issues related to work, the workplace, society and future trends in organisations. 

The What's Next Podcast
What's Next with Rachel Wiseman

The What's Next Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 14:17 Transcription Available


On this episode of The What's Next Podcast, we speak to Rachel Wisemen.Rachel is the Chief Executive Officer at NRMA Expeditions, a division of NRMA Limited.ABOUT RACHEL WISEMANRachel Wiseman is the Chief Executive Officer of NRMA Expeditions. Rachel is charged with growing the organization's interest in experiential tourism, with a focus on bespoke product that showcases Australia's natural environment. Prior to this, Rachel served as NRMA Group's Chief Investment Officer leading the commercial interests of the Group including corporate development, investments and strategy. A member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Rachel has held executive positions across the entertainment and media industries including Tabcorp, Fox Sports and Telstra.

Managing Marketing
Paul Everson And Darren Talk About The Importance Of Lifetime Learning

Managing Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 41:01


Paul Everson is a director and Chief Growth Officer at Paper + Spark, an independent consulting firm specializing in business transformation. But Paul has also enjoyed a career with leadership roles in many of the world's most famous agency brands, including J. Walter Thompson, Leo Burnett, Saatchi & Saatchi and Young & Rubicam. He is also a lecturer, an advisory board member and a non-executive director and a recent graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. A living example of you never stop learning or growing.   Listen on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/managing-marketing/id1018735190  Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/75mJ4Gt6MWzFWvmd3A64XW?si=a3b63c66ab6e4934  Listen on Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjE2MTQ0MjA2NC9zb3VuZHMucnNz  Listen on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/managing-marketing  Listen on Podbean: https://managingmarketing.podbean.com/  For more episodes of TrinityP3's Managing Marketing podcast, visit https://www.trinityp3.com/managing-marketing-podcasts/  Recorded live on Zoom H4n and edited, mix and managed by JML Audio with thanks to Jared Lattouf.

Overdrive: Cars, Transport and Culture
Overdrive: Toyota Granvia -does it suit the kids?; Mini Moke goes electric; Bike hubs

Overdrive: Cars, Transport and Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 30:35


Hello and welcome to Overdrive, a program that contemplates issues related to cars and transport. I'm David Brown The times each story appears in the program are noted (mm:ss) News • Toyota Corolla gets an upgrade • Sydney seeks operators for city centre bike hubs • Saudi Arabia to produce electric cars • Mini Moke goes Electric Features • Two years ago we road tested the Toyota Granvia (the replacement for the Tarago) people mover- Ugly on the outside but with six captains chairs rather comfortable on the inside. We took five adults on a Sunday drive Now they have upgraded the model we thought we would test it from another potential market – the young family • I was one of the presenters at a recent webinar run by the Australian Institute of traffic planning and management. The session was titled 'Modelling Data Collection and Workflow Planning' Sounds a bit dry but it is something that affects us all. Rather than getting technical I asked how are the results being used and how could all the work be better used to help the community more than just validating a proposed project. You can find more information at Driven Media with links to social media and podcasts iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/overdrive-cars-transport-and-culture/id1001084679 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0ah6JZN8LTYURIfNs1IIBs We even list the times each item appears so you can go straight to it Our Facebook page OverdriveCity – Driven Media https://www.facebook.com/OverdriveCityDrivenMedia/?modal=admin_todo_tour or Our YouTube site https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKyx5sv6cgF4URRmNq2JiXg/videos Originally broadcast on 12 November 2022

Wealth and Law
Finding Meaning in Profit

Wealth and Law

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 27:45


Brent chats with Bessi Graham about how businesses can provide meaningful change in the world while making a profit. They discuss finding meaning, working with intention, and building teams around your vision. Bessi is the co-founder of Benefit Capital and The Difference Incubator (TDi).  As an investor, entrepreneur, business owner, company director, speaker and writer, Bessi's passion for using business as an agent for change is internationally recognised.  For the past 20 years she has focused on unlocking capital to deliver positive social and environmental outcomes in Australia and the Pacific.  Recognised by the Australian Government with a ministerial appointment to the Committee for the Accelerating Commercialisation and Incubator Support Initiatives (Department of Industry, Innovation and Science); and advisory roles to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) for the Emerging Markets Impact Investment Fund (EMIIF) and Pacific RISE. Bessi was also the architect of the first investment readiness fund for the impact investment space in Australia – now run by Impact Investment Australia (IIA) as the Growth Grant.  Bessi has a background in management consulting and training, was a Teaching Fellow at the University of Melbourne, is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Bessi was a finalist in the 2017 Telstra Business Women's Awards.Continue reading

The Physical Performance Show
349: Expert Edition: Assoc Prof Dr Shona Halson (REWIRED): Athletic Recovery Essentials

The Physical Performance Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 65:55


In this episode we are rewiring one of our classic Expert Editions featuring Professor Shona Halson, World Acclaimed Expert, Senior Exercise Physiologist and Researcher exploring athletic recovery for optimal performance. Shona is a Professor at the Australian Catholic University's School of Behavioural and Health Sciences on the Sunshine Coast, and formally Shona was the Head Recovery Physiologist at the Australian Institute of Sport from 2002 - 2018 having been part of three Olympic campaigns with the Australian Olympic Committee. Professor Halson was named as one of Exercise and Sport Sciences Australia's three female leaders in Exercise and Sport Science on International Women's Day in 2019. Shona has over 130 peer reviewed articles and multiple book chapters to her professional name and consults to the Australian Open Tennis Tournament, Nike, as part of the Nike Performance Council, alongside being a trusted adviser to countless elite teams and athletes both in Australia and internationally. Show Sponsor: As we very well know, everyone is different, but we all get the same 24 hours to make the most of each day. We know it can be so tough to squeeze in that training session or get the optimal amount of sleep into our busy schedule. But it does not have to be this way! Polar are very excited to announce a solution, launching their new fitness and wellness watch the Polar Ignite 3! If you or a loved one feel that you haven't been able to be at your best … then it's time to start living a life more in tune with our body's natural rhythm! If you're keen to find out how you can get the most out of each day, simply check out Polar's latest fitness and wellness watch at Polar.com to Shop at POLAR. Livestream Event "ON DEMAND" The recent Livestream was a great success and we are excited to now offer those that missed the Livestream event access to the sessions via a post event purchasable recording. Click HERE>> to purchase the post event recording. 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 The Physical Performance Show 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.

The Loneliness Guy
Ep. 50 - Architecture & human connection - a coffee with Shannon Battisson

The Loneliness Guy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 65:30


Do the spaces you spend your life in – such as your home and your workplace – make you lonely? Are they designed with your connection needs as a human foremost in mind, or as an afterthought? It's a good thing that Shannon Battisson – the National President of the Australian Institute of Architects – is here to help us answer these questions. Join us for a coffee and a soul-nourishing conversation about architecture and human connection. About Shannon: Shannon is a Canberra-based architect and is the co-founder and co-director of The Mill Architecture + Design. Shannon is the incumbent National President of the Australian Institute of Architects. She's dedicated to working towards a world where all people have access to the essential elements of home (safety, comfort, and retreat) Shannon works hard to ensure these spaces are also climate responsive, affordable and joyful spaces to live in. Shannon is a dedicated contributor to her profession and regularly volunteers her time to ensure the benefits of good architecture are a valued part of the conversation of our cities. She enjoys public speaking, writing for varied publications, architectural photography and contributing to events big or small that put good design into the hands of everyone. Shannon is a passionate supporter of modernist architecture and works vigorously to share Canberra's rich modernist architectural legacy with the public. Website: www.themilldesign.com.au / www.architecture.com.au Instagram: @its_an_architect_thing Links: You need my help through your loneliness: www.thelonelinessguy.com/myservices Buy me a coffee to say thanks for the episode: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=CYWBF8L89RDK8 Website: www.thelonelinessguy.com Join the mailing list: www.thelonelinessguy.com/subscribe Read ‘Does bad design make you lonely?': https://bit.ly/3NwTlLc Join us on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Odo8aDiW2yg Contact me: connect@thelonelinessguy.com Sounds recorded with permission at Prefab Eatery, Wellington: www.pre-fab.co.nz

Money News with Ross Greenwood: Highlights
Mel Birks, Deputy CEO, Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees

Money News with Ross Greenwood: Highlights

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 8:23


The federal government is being pressured to make changes to the superannuation system, which would cap tax concessions at $5 million.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Spirit Sisters - the podcast
Halloween Episode! The General Store – “My God, the place is packed with ghosts!”

Spirit Sisters - the podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 78:41


Welcome to our special Halloween episode on Spirit Sisters with Karina Machado. I thought it only fitting that I share a haunted house story today. What makes it extra special is that I had the opportunity to catch up with Nell Jones, whose story features in my book Where Spirits Dwell. Nell is a retired teacher and writer who lives in Stockton, an historic beachside suburb in the NSW city of Newcastle. The traditional custodians of these lands and waters are the Awabakal and Worimi Peoples. In 2000, Nell bought a derelict, century-old cottage that had once been a general store. The home signified a fresh start for Nell and her then teenaged daughter, but as they would come to discover, they'd have to share it with a cast of spirit visitors. From a vintage dame in a stylish frock, to a smelly coal miner and little girls playing in the backyard, the place “was packed with ghosts,” as a paranormal investigator declared. At the height of the haunting, Nell called in the investigator from the Australian Institute of Parapsychological Research; his name is Robb Tilley and there's a chapter about his case files in Where Spirits Dwell. As Nell shares in our conversation, Robb performed a house clearing but even all these years later, Nell still has a sense that she has company in the house.   Enjoy Nell's story about her beloved home, portal to the past.   Listen to my book Where Spirits Dwell on Audible: https://www.audible.com.au/pd/Where-Spirits-Dwell-Audiobook/1489357823?source_code=SEMPP30DTRIAL4510830220001&ipRedirectOverride=true&gclid=CjwKCAjw5P2aBhAlEiwAAdY7dF4YCw2Rgfgl32Ywb7CUknFyRqC74411hHydi_vfs5nFtNzDjH0PPRoC_gwQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds   Connect with Karina Machado at karinamachado.com Buy the 10th anniversary edition of Spirit Sisters as a paperback at Booktopia. Buy the e-book of the 10th anniversary edition of Spirit Sisters at Kobo. Buy the audio book of the original Spirit Sisters (narrated by me) at Audible. Connect with Karina on Facebook. Connect with Karina on Instagram.   Theme music: Mysterious by MusicPond, from Audio Jungle I acknowledge the Dharawal people who are the Traditional Custodians of the land of Sutherland Shire, in NSW, Australia, where I live and record Spirit Sisters, and I recognise their continuing connection to lands, waters and community. I pay respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.  

Centre for Independent Studies
On Liberty EP101 | Yun Jiang | Rising Nationalism Amongst China's Youth

Centre for Independent Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 29:12


Salvatore Babones returns to discuss the rise of nationalism amongst China's youth with Yun Jiang, inaugural China Matters Fellow at the Australian Institute of International Affairs. China's youths have become more nationalistic, especially compared to the previous generation. Many outside China attribute the increasing nationalism to the Communist Party of China (CPC)'s patriotic education campaign as well as its control of information in China. According to Yun Jiang, it would be wrong to see this rising nationalism as purely a result of brainwashing, instead, that is just one of many factors. The current generation of middle-class millennials have grown up during an era in which China has become more prosperous and powerful. Therefore, for them, especially those living in big cities of Shanghai or Shenzhen, they feel greater pride in China's achievements. Does the growing nationalism bolster Xi Jinping's power? What does this mean for the future of China's Communist political system? Are younger Chinese men and women willing to embrace western ideals?

The Neuro Experience
How Sleep Helps Muscles Grow and Recover Faster with Dr Shona Holsen

The Neuro Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 38:49


Sleep is generally divided into two phases, REM (rapid eye movement) and NREM (non-rapid eye movement). While the REM sleep phase is when your body focuses on reenergizing your mind, the NREM phase, and specifically the deep sleep stage, is when your body's physically restorative processes take place. With your brain less active, the blood supply to your muscles and tissues increases, delivering oxygen and nutrients that promote muscle repair and growth. Let's dig into some specific connections between sleep and muscle recovery.Professor Shona Halson is the Deputy Director of the SPRINT Research Centre atACU's School of Behavioural and Health Sciences. Prior to this she was the HeadRecovery Physiologist at the Australian Institute of Sport for over 15 years and hasled the Recovery team at three Olympic campaigns with the Australian OlympicCommittee. Her research focuses on sleep, recovery and fatigue and she haspublished over 160 peer-reviewed articles and multiple book chapters. Shonaprovides consultancy services to the Australian Open Tennis Tournament and Nikeas well as a number of national and international professional sporting teams.IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:What happens to muscle and recovery during sleep deprivation and whyWhat happens to athletes who don't recovery adequately Hormones related to sleep deprivationHunger - Protein - sleep deprivationSPONSORSEIGHT SLEEP: $150 off  - NEUROhttps://www.eightsleep.com/neuroKETONE-IQ- 20% DISCOUNT - NEURO20https://hvmn.me/NeuroFind Shona here: twitter.com/ShonaHalsonYou can follow me or contact me here ---Newsletter: https://bit.ly/3ewI5P0Instagram: louisanicola_Twitter : louisanicola_YouTube: Louisa NicolaThe information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Neuro Experience podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.

The Far Middle
Insult to Injury

The Far Middle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 25:08


As The Far Middle reaches episode 75, the milestone installment is appropriately dedicated to the greatest Pittsburgh Steeler of all time, “Mean” Joe Greene. The four-time Super Bowl champ is one of the four faces on Nick’s Mount Rushmore of Pittsburgh sports Hall of Famers, which includes prior Far Middle dedications Mario Lemieux in episode 66 and Roberto Clemente in episode 21. Who’s the fourth face? That’s where things get interesting. While no one would ever call Greene soft, the same can’t be said for today’s American work ethic, and the numbers don’t lie. Nick proceeds to discuss attitudes to work and explains the far-reaching ramifications if America’s declining labor participation continues.Another subject on the decline is America’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve, which the Biden administration has drawn down to its lowest level since 1984. And as the president seems to be putting political gain ahead of America’s vital interest with SPR drawdowns, Nick addresses billionaire Michael Bloomberg taking similarly destructible action. Specifically, Bloomberg announcing $85 million to stop petrochemical projects in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia—thereby destroying opportunities for doers.While Bloomberg attempts to be a barrier to an expanded middle class, you may not have heard the latest from the Australian Institute for Marine Science which reports the Great Barrier Reef is enjoying record levels of coral cover. If you missed this, it’s because no one told you, as it doesn’t serve the code red for humanity storyline, explains Nick.Next, Nick looks at China’s recent coal investments and increasing CO2 emissions. Adding insult to injury, Nick notes that much of China’s coal-fired power and coal mine additions will be used to power its factories and facilities to extract, refine, or make the various feedstocks and components for wind turbines, solar panels, and electric vehicles that the West is mandating.Shifting from Chinese energy policy, Nick returns to a recurring Far Middle topic: California energy policy. Nick explores a few of the 40 climate bills signed by Governor Newsom this past September.Nick proceeds to look back on America’s Declaration of Independence and points of contention with King George III, points that sadly mirror issues Americans face today with their own government. And in closing, Nick examines the $80 billion headed to the Internal Revenue Service from the Inflation Reduction Act. This brings to mind the great Johnny Cash song “After Taxes,” recorded on the album I Would Like to See You Again—released in 1978, the year “Mean” Joe Greene and the Steelers would go 14-2 and on to win Super Bowl XIII.

Science for Sport Podcast
134: How The Menstrual Cycle Affects Sport Performance: Must-Know Info For Coaches And Athletes

Science for Sport Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 25:51


In episode 134, Kirsty Elliott-Sale, Professor of Female Endocrinology and Exercise Physiology at Manchester Metropolitan University, joins us. Specifically Kirsty will be looking at: Impact of the menstrual cycle in sport Key phases and their importance in sport How/whether to adjust training around the menstrual cylce About Kirsty "I completed my undergraduate degree and PhD [Exercise Physiology] at Liverpool John Moores University. My PhD examined the effects of female reproductive hormones on muscle strength and since then my work has primarily focused on female athletes. I worked as a Lecturer at Brunel University and the University of Brighton, before undertaking a four-year Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship at Kings College London. I worked at Nottingham Trent University between 2009 and 2022. I joined the Institute of Sport at Manchester Metropolitan University this year as a Professor of Female Endocrinology and Exercise Physiology. In addition to my research on female athletes, which includes the menstrual cycle, hormonal contraceptives, the Female Athlete Triad and Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport, my work in recent years has involved designing and implementing exercise interventions during and following pregnancy in a variety of populations including servicewomen (i.e., military personnel), athletes, and women with obesity. I have co-authored numerous peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, expert statements, and editorials on/for sportswomen. In addition, I work with many organisations such as the English Institute of Sport, the Football Association, The Australian Institute of Sport, The European Club Association, and The Wu Tsai Performance Alliance and am on several special interest groups and advisory boards related to female athletes." Twitter: @ElliottSale FREE 7d COACH ACADEMY TRIAL SIGN UP NOW: https://bit.ly/sfsepisode134 ​ 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

The Elephant In The Room Property Podcast | Inside Australian Real Estate
Is Your Home Underinsured?: Australia's Worsening Underinsurance Problem | Marty Sadlier, MCG Quantity Surveyors

The Elephant In The Room Property Podcast | Inside Australian Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 66:38


With Australia being prone to natural disasters, you'd think that most homeowners would be more proactive in building disaster resilience. Unfortunately, according to a Climate Council report, the country is facing an ‘insurability' crisis with one in 25 homes on track to be uninsurable by 2030. 83% of Australian properties are also underinsured.  …And inflation and the rising costs of building and insurance aren't making things any easier for property owners. Marty Sadlier, director of MCG Quantity Surveyors, joins us today to talk about Australia's underinsurance problem–what are the factors that are worsening the situation and what is your responsibility as a property owner? If you enjoyed the show, do like, rate, subscribe, and share us on social media and if you have your own questions you need clarity on, email us at questions@theelephantintheroom.com.au! See you in the episode!   Episode Highlights: Environmental factors that affect property insurance [02:09] How much should you insure your property for? [11:13] Ways you can be underinsured [15:01] A solution to Australia's widespread underinsurance issue [23:36] Rising cost of building infrastructure [30:51] Problems in the building industry [37:38] Buyer's borrowing capacity and responsible lending [41:16] Australians' short-term memory [44:10] The real cost of mandatory inspections [45:52] The responsibility of the property owner [53:57] What are the things that people don't realize are not covered by insurance? [56:56] Marty's Property Dumbo [01:00:22]   About our Guest: Marty Sadlier has over 20 years experience in the building and construction industry, commencing his career as a shop fitter/carpenter. He is a RICS certified expert witness, a Certified Quantity Surveyor (CQS) and sits on the interviewing panel for Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS).   Links from the show: Episode 164 | Australia's underinsurance epidemic: 83% underinsured!?(https://www.theelephantintheroom.com.au/podcasts/164)   Connect with Us: Looking for a Sydney Buyers Agent? www.gooddeeds.com.au Work with Veronica: https://linktr.ee/veronicamorgan Looking for a Mortgage Broker? www.wealthful.com.au Work with Chris: hello@wealthful.com.au  Send in your questions to: questions@theelephantintheroom.com.au    Find this episode on our website: https://www.theelephantintheroom.com.au/podcasts/251   If you've enjoyed this episode, don't forget to like, share, rate and subscribe for more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE STEPHEN SHIELS RADIO SHOW
Holly Elsworth #362

THE STEPHEN SHIELS RADIO SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 22:40


Holly Elsworth is a contemporary . Holly Studies B.Mus. (Hons.) Contemporary Music at Australian Institute of Music, and Studied Business at University of Technology Sydney musician.https://www.facebook.com/hollyelsworth Affiliate links Bandcamp https://stephenshiels.bandcamp.com Webtalk https://join.webtalk.co/7070500 TubeBuddy https://www.tubebuddy.com/879 Patreon https://www.patreon.com/stephenshiels?fan_landing=true Redbubble https://www.redbubble.com/people/Shiels900/shop?asc=u&ref=account-nav-dropdown Rumble https://rumble.com/register/shiels100/ TEEPUBLIC http://tee.pub/lic/30oqBso3y2Y Canva https://partner.canva.com/jWGqxa Pond 5 https://www.pond5.com/?ref=stephenshiels10&ref=stephenshiels10 Insight Timer https://insig.ht/38e9R6T6kqb Streamyard https://streamyard.com/pal/5933137501356032 Stream Labs https://streamlabs.com/goprime?promo=shielsproductions-6ffd-10 Scribd https://www.scribd.com/g/9tam4n Motion Elements https://www.motionelements.com/?ref=7760NPEPX Routenote https://www.routenote.com/rn/referral/2f966320 Ultreon https://utreon.com/?signup=1&referrer=VJGLN6FnRrS Odysee https://odysee.com/$/invite/8pGAqr4nmoSJmcGKgD8CJu2eRE2DqHfT Fite Tv https://www.fite.tv/invite/yklegew --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/stephen-shiels/message

SBS World News Radio
SBS On the Money: Jobs market stalls

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 10:02


Australia's unemployment rate remained steady in September at 3.5% while only 900 jobs were created. What does this say about the skills shortage, wages and interest rates? SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Australian Institute of Company Directors Chief Economist Mark Thirlwell for more, plus Henry Jennings from Marcus Today for his wrap on the markets.

Herbert Smith Freehills Podcasts
On Just Terms EP2: Increased risks, but riskier depends on context with Mark Rigotti, AICD

Herbert Smith Freehills Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 16:53


In this episode of On Just Terms, Herbert Smith Freehills Partner Jason Betts is joined by Mark Rigotti Managing Director and CEO of the Australian Institute of Company Directors to discuss the changing risk environment for corporate Australia, building climate and cyber capability and the direction of corporate governance. Mark comments on the risk environment, shares insights from the AICD on the agenda for boards, and the changing importance of corporate culture, and change.

TNT Radio
Graham Young on Jason Q Citizen & Friends - 17 October 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 55:45


GUEST OVERVIEW: Graham Young is the founder of the AIP. The Australian Institute for Progress (AIP) is a Brisbane based think tank that promotes the ideas of individual freedom and civil society.

Everyday Legends
058 Working with your genetics with Kyle Riley

Everyday Legends

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 68:03


"...We want things to be so fucking simple and cut and dry. And I see this so much in men as well, you know, like the black or white, it's one or the other."  This week, I'm joined by Kyle Riley to talk about Epigenetics, which is the study of how the environment influences the genes and how we can work with them when it comes to our health, fitness and wellbeing. He dives into the age-old nature vs nurture debate and sheds some interesting insights into how our genes responses are based on both our biological genetics (nature) and on our environment (nurture). Kyle goes on to discuss the importance of understanding how you're naturally built, genetically, and then using that information in an empowering way to make better decisions to, create an environment that supports switching on good genes, suppressing genes don't want to have expressed. We also touch on the biological and behavioral differences between men and women and how these diffeences come from the level of the gene. "...When we want that black or white, I think when we're desperate for black or white life tends to have less colour you know, but when we can actually learn to be in the gray a bit more life can become more colorful."   Kyle's Bio: Kyle is an International speaker and fitness entrepreneur who began his career with a degree in exercise science and since then has spent the last 11 years travelling the world educating and empowering both health professionals and clients in taking control of their health.  A former teacher for the Australian Institute of Fitness and now the co-founder of ShaeFit technologies and the Precision Health Alliance. Kyle uses his experience in education and business as he aims to change the paradigm of human optimisation through personalised health and future technology innovations.  Find Kyle Here:  ph360 Assessment Health Professionals Website   Other Ways To Consume This Podcast: iTunes Spotify YouTube   Get Involved: Subscribe to podcast on Apple Follow on Spotify Sign up for Mike's LEGENDAILY Emails to help you with a daily shot of loving straight talk direct to your pocket: here Want to explore DEEP coaching support and guidance with Mike? The Everyday Legends Academy is now open for enrolment applications. Book a call here with Mike to see if it can be the full and remarkable solution for you like it has been for so many men before you.

Culture Makers
Trudi Mares, Deputy Secretary Greater Sydney at Transport for NSW

Culture Makers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 25:52


Trudi Mares describes herself as the accidental public servant but whether accidental or not, Trudi has carved out an impressive and impactful career and continues to learn, eveole and take the opportunities she rightly earns. She understands how to connect purpose and values and turn it into meaningful action and inspires the same in others. Trudi has a passion for authentic leadership, customer and people experience and transformation. She has led teams across the NSW Public Service at NSW Police, Roads and Maritime Services, National Parks and Wildlife Service, Corrective Services and Attorney Generals and Justice. Her background spans business management, policy, finance, people and culture and shared and corporate services. Trudi holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) and is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD). --------- Want to create a great place to work? Join the free Culture Makers Community to learn and share with like-minded peers Find out more about Colin www.colindellis.com --------- Incidental show music courtesy of https://www.purple-planet.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/culturemakers/message

TNT Radio
Rick Britton on The Malcolm Roberts Show - 15 October 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 55:46


GUEST OVERVIEW: Eric (Rick) Britton and his photographer wife Ann, own and operate cattle breeding enterprises in Queensland's North West. Both Rick and Ann are active in community groups and provide hands on assistance and support to numerous events in the shire. Residing just outside of Boulia at Goodwood Station, Rick is a long-term member of the region. Rick's grandmother and father were born in Boulia and Rick and Ann have two children, Thomas and Claire. Rick entered local government as a Councillor in 2007 and has held the position of Mayor since 2008. In both his local government and business interests, Rick continues to actively pursue professional development opportunities, having already completed the Australian Institute of Company Directors course along with a number of other short courses.

The Hustle But Healthy Podcast
Ep. 50: Balancing Wellness & Busy Schedules w/ Meghan Jarvis

The Hustle But Healthy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 66:44


If there's someone who can talk to you about managing your health while running a busy lifestyle, it's Meghan! A former World Class BMX bicycle racer, Meghan moved to Australia to play professional basketball and stayed as a lead lecturer at the Australian Institute of Fitness. Meghan's passion for fitness and entrepreneurialism led her to found WellCorp Health and Wellness and Buzvil, a global health and fitness app. She most recently appeared as an actor and stunt woman in the new Blockbuster 'Elvis', the Portable Door, Aqua Man and has been a 'Ninja' on Channel Nine's Australian Ninja Warrior. She is also the head of Total Gym Fitness Equipment Australia, Suspension Training and Altitude Training International Master Coach, making her an authority on peak performance and an international speaker. Her experiences as an athlete, educational portfolio (Masters of Education and Coaching Science, Kinesiologist, Sports Scientist), entrepreneurial ventures, and enthusiastic character have shaped her as a formidable leader in health and fitness. We talk about : - Finding confidence through sport and getting out of your comfort zone - How to perceive your busy schedule and change your mindset to prioritize your health - Incorporating wellness into the workspace and taking small actionable steps Get your earbuds in and get your walk in! This is a great episode. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fgb-podcast/message

Empowered Jewish Living with Rabbi Shlomo Buxbaum
10 Days of Teshuva & the 10 Sefirot: R' Yaacov Haber on the Keys to True Greatness

Empowered Jewish Living with Rabbi Shlomo Buxbaum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 49:28 Very Popular


Rabbi Yaacov Haber has been a leading force in Jewish community and Jewish education for over forty years. He lived and taught in the United States, Australia and in Israel, serving as the National Director of Jewish Education for the Orthodox Union, the founder of the Australian Institute of Torah, the Torah Center of Buffalo, and is a founding member of AJOP (the Association of Jewish Outreach Professionals).  He is the author of several books including "Sefiros", "The First Ten Days", and "Beginnings" and is the Rabbi of the vibrant Kehillas Shivtei Yeshurun community in the center of Ramat Bet Shemesh, Israel. In this episode, we discuss the connection between the Aseres Yemei Teshuva and the 10 sefirot, as well as traits of great leaders, and what to work on during these 10 days.  Enjoying the podcasts? Consider working one-on-one with Rabbi Shlomo Buxbaum to help you achieve your goals and dreams. Learn more at https://www.rabbishlomo.com/coaching. If you have feedback or comments, or to sponsor an episode of the Empowered Jewish Living podcast, send an email to info@levx.org Special for our podcast listeners!!! You can now purchase Rabbi Buxbaum's book "The Four Elements of an Empowered Life" with a 15% discount at MosaicaPress.com using the special discount code: EMPOWER! When you purchase the book, aside from the joy it will bring you, you are also supporting this podcast and our work! So THANK YOU!!!

Not Your Typical Doctors
Eat Your Vegetables: Inflammation and Food Quality with Samantha Leyh, MS, RD, CSSD, AF Special Warfare Performance Dietician

Not Your Typical Doctors

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 47:28


Eat Your Vegetables: Inflammation and Food Quality with Samantha Leyh, MS, RD, CSSD, AF Special Warfare Performance DieticianJoin Doc's Sarah & Alyse for a laid-back conversation about inflammation and food quality! In this episode we chat about:Do you know the difference between Omegas 3's vs 6's? Think again...The mind-body food connection.Is it worth buying organic?Are canned and frozen foods a good choice?Booze and inflammation.When it is appropriate to "detox"?Samantha Leyh is the performance dietitian at Davis Monthan Air Force Base where she predominantly works with the bases special warfare (guardian angel) and A10 pilot population. Sam has a background in nutrition and physiology research including during graduate school at Florida State University, a quick trip to the Australian Institute of Sport, and most recently before moving to Tucson, within Air Force Research Lab at the STRONG Lab. Back in the day, Sam was a Division I athlete and captain of the women's soccer team at the University of Rhode Island. These days, she considers herself an outdoor adventure enthusiast and spends her time mountain biking, as a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters and enjoying the incredible food scene of the local Tucson community. Talk to you later! 

The Physical Performance Show
342: Dick Telford (AM) REWIRED - Sports Scientist, Physiologist, Distance Running Coach

The Physical Performance Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 61:10


Dick Telford was the first Sports Scientist appointed by the Australian Institute of Sport, he also worked alongside the Australian swim team and the Australian canoeing team as an Exercise Physiologist. Dick left the AIS Physiology Department to take up distance run coaching with the AIS track and field team. Dick was appointed the Australian athletics distance running coach in both the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games, coaching Lisa Ondieki to the silver medal in the women's marathon at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games, Australia's only Olympic Marathon medal to date. Dick has been the coach of Bonita Willis Australian Marathon National Record Holder and former World Cross Country Champion, Michael Shelley dual Commonwealth Games marathon champion and Lisa Weightman, multi–Commonwealth Games marathon medalist. Show Sponsor: For over 40 years, Polar has been a global leader in fitness and GPS sports watches, and heart rate monitors. Their heart rate tracking technology is world-famous for being the most reliable and accurate in the industry. Over decades, they've spent every day in search of undeniable truths about the human body; obsessed by what it is trying to tell us, poring over the data, sweating over the science. They believe the most important thing you can do … is listen to your heart. What Polar does helps to improve the health, fitness and quality of millions of lives around the world – and that is what drives them. But what is driving you? If you are interested in the next step for your fitness and health tracking do take a moment to check out our friends at Polar.com. If you are looking for the latest in running watches they have the all new Pacer range, for multisport it's the Vantage V2 or if you are getting off the beaten track and need a premium outdoor GPS watch look no further than the stunning and tough Grit X Pro watches. If you need to get the most out of your training and racing, take a beat to grab the gold standard in heart rate monitors - the Polar H10, or for an even more flexible heart rate monitor the Verity Sense which also tracks your heart rate for swimming. Their range starts at $129, but what's most important is that whatever you are doing, do it with heart. to Shop at POLAR Livestream Event "ON DEMAND" The recent Livestream was a great success and we are excited to now offer those that missed the Livestream event access to the sessions via a post event purchasable recording. Click HERE>> to purchase the post event recording. 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 The Physical Performance Show - https://physicalperformanceshow.com/ 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.    

My Food Job Rocks!
Ep. 253 - [Australia] The Australian Food Industry in Action with Fiona Fleming, CEO of AIFST and Director of FJ Fleming Consulting

My Food Job Rocks!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 51:20


Fiona Fleming is the CEO of Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology; FAIFST and Principal, FJ Fleming Food Consulting You know, people say this is a food tech podcast and I'm quite flattered I'm considered one but one thing I pride myself in is the diversity of our guest list. So I'm really excited to interview Fiona because her vast array of knowledge about the Australian food industry is really enlightening. You'll get a big breakdown on some really interesting stuff such as the farming industry in Australia, or how bush fires and floods affect the food supply down under, and my personal favorite topic, demystifying regulatory hurdles in Australia. Shownotes: http://myfoodjobrocks.com/253Fiona

The Great Coaches: Leadership & Life

Our Great Coach on this episode is Julie Fitzgerald. Julie is a Australian Netball coach. From 1997 until 2007 she coached the Sydney Swifts leading them to premierships in 2001, 2004, 2006 and 2007. She then became coach of NSW in 2008 in the new ANZ Championship and in the inaugural season won the championship. She has also coached the World 7 team in a series win over New Zealand, The Australian Institute of Sport team and in 2015 and 2016 coached Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic to conference titles In 2017 she became the inaugural coach of the GWS Giants and has led them to 2 minor championships. In 2020 she was made a a member of the order of Australia. It was a lot of fun to interview Julie, she has great energy, and I hope you enjoy it as much as we did. If you would like to send us any feedback or if you know a great coach, who has a unique story to share, then we would love to hear from you, please contact us at thegreatcoachespodcast@gmail.com or contact us through our website thegreatcoachespodcast.com

The WorldView in 5 Minutes
Boy finds 4,400-year-old fossilized shark tooth, Texas public schools proclaim: In God We Trust, Fauci out

The WorldView in 5 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022


It's Tuesday, August 23rd, A.D. 2022. This The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com.  I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Kevin Swanson Chinese Communists falsely charge elder with fraud Back on March 16, 2021, Chinese police raided a Bible Study conducted at Guiyang Renai Reformed Church.   When an elder of the church, Zhang Chunlei, attempted to negotiate the release of the  church members arrested, he was detained as well, and remains in custody now for a year and a half.   International Christian Concern reports that, earlier this month, Chunlei was officially charged with “inciting subversion of state power” and “fraud.”   His last tweet included the words; “He makes me lie down in green pastures, He leads me beside quiet waters.”  (Psalm 23:2) Fauci out The man most responsible for COVID-19 restrictions here in the United States, Dr. Anthony Fauci, is stepping down from his post in December, reports CNBC.  Fauci, age 81, is director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and President Biden's chief medical adviser. His salary, $480,654 per year, surpasses the president, making him the highest paid among the 4.3 million federal employees. Republican Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky tweeted, “Fauci's resignation will not prevent a full-throated investigation into the origins of the pandemic. He will be asked to testify, under oath, regarding any discussions he participated in concerning the lab leak.” Singapore legalizes unnatural relations Following Taiwan and Thailand, now Singapore has also legalized unnatural relations between two men, reports Reuters. On Sunday night, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced the decision on national television to discontinue a British law dating back into the 19th century.  LOONG: “The government will repeal section 377 A and decriminalize sex between men.  I believe this is the right thing to do and something that most Singaporeans will now accept.” Philippines, Panama, and Bangladesh closed schools longest After two full years of school closures due to COVID-19 fears, Filipino schools are finally opening up in-person classes.    UNICEF reports that Bangladesh, the Philippines, and Panama have kept schools closed longest of all nations in the world. Texas public schools proclaim: In God We Trust Prayer and Bible reading are still against the law in American government schools. But Texas public schools and institutions of higher learning will be displaying "a durable poster or framed copy" of our national motto, In God We Trust, "in a conspicuous place in each building of the school,” reports CBN. Posters will also feature an American flag and the state flag of Texas. Psalm 118:9 reminds us "It is better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in man. It is better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in princes.” Britain's economy slipped 11% in 2020 Official figures are finally in for Britain's economy in 2020.   The once great nation state slipped 11%. That's more than any other major nation, and the largest slip since 1709, reports Reuters.   Recovery is lagging as well.  Now, Britain's second quarter Gross Domestic Product appears to have gone negative with first estimates at -0.1%.  Real estate bubble is popping The Real Estate Bubble is popppppppping now. Here in the United States, we are facing a 20.2% drop in existing home sales, year over year. Fox Business said that's the most precipitous decline in two decades.  Twenty-one percent of sellers dropped their asking price in July. San Francisco median home prices have dipped to 2018 levels in just the last six months, reports WolfStreet.com. And the average 30-year mortgage rate is back up to 5.8% after a slight dip in early August.  NASDAQ dropped 6% The NASDAQ stock index is off 800 points in the last week, a 6% drop from its August peak, reports the Associated Press. Bitcoin followed, now registering 21,000 and change. That's a 14% drop from its August peak.  Great Barrier Reef grew 20% more coral In God's good providence, the Great Barrier Reef is doing better than ever, reports Cornwall Alliance.   All climate-change naysayers aside, the Australian Institute of Marine Science reports the reef has roughly 20 percent more coral than last year for another record year.   Coral now covers 34% of the seabed, double the lowest coverage recorded as 12% in 2012.  That makes for the best coverage in recorded history. Boy finds 4,400-year-old fossilized shark tooth And finally, an 8-year-old boy found a fossilized tooth of a gigantic shark, the Angustidens, on a South Carolina beach earlier in August, reports Fox News. The 4.75-inch tooth probably belonged to a 30-foot-long shark that swam the waters around the time of Noah's flood some 4,400 years ago. In Genesis 6:7-8, the Lord said, “I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth, both man and beast, creeping thing and birds of the air, for I am sorry that I have made them.” But Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord. Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Tuesday, August 23rd, in the year of our Lord 2022. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.

Mysterious Radio
Bothell Hell House - Part One (From Our Podcast Paranormal Fears)

Mysterious Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 54:59 Very Popular


My special guest is Keith Linder here to discuss the extraordinary phenomena that he experienced after moving into a rental home with his girlfriend. Get his book The Bothell Hell House: Poltergeist of Washington State on Amazon. His youtube - https://youtu.be/DHp59_Lia3s True Haunted House story - 2012 Keith Linder after successfully obtaining a management position at a prestigious healthcare company decides the time is right for him and his girlfriend to move in together. That's putting things lightly. Weird things begin to happen within days of moving into the modern suburban home. The horrors Keith and his girlfriend witnessed and desperately tried to fight off would end up putting them at odds with members of the paranormal community and themselves. This griping story, told from the house occupant point of view not only lists tales, but also includes pictures, video reenactments, commentary, and audio of the events being reported. Keith Linder does not ask that you believe him. He only asks that you listen. The Bothell Hell House has finally arrived ladies and gentlemen. The house that Zak Bagans and his team came to investigate (albeit for a short time) only to leave empty handed has come full circle. The house occupant tells his story. The complete story which includes why Zak and crew left empty handed. Spontaneous fire outbreaks and inexplicable wall writings are not the most horrific things that happened here. Something more sinister lurks. Robb Tilley of the Australian Institute of Parapsychology Research says "This 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. The Bothell Hell House is a major work, a turning point in poltergeist research—Well done. "  http://www.paranormalfears.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mysterious Radio
Bothell Hell House - Part Two (From Our Podcast Paranormal Fears)

Mysterious Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 47:40 Very Popular


We pick up with our special guest Keith Linder about his book 'Bothell Hell House'. If you enjoy paranormal episodes make sure you subscribe to our other podcast called 'Paranormal Fears'. Apple subscribers get ad-free access to this Paranormal Fears and Mysterious Radio for price! http://www.paranormalfears.com My special guest is Keith Linder here to discuss the extraordinary phenomena that he experienced after moving into a rental home with his girlfriend. Get his book The Bothell Hell House: Poltergeist of Washington State on Amazon. His youtube - https://youtu.be/DHp59_Lia3s True Haunted House story - 2012 Keith Linder after successfully obtaining a management position at a prestigious healthcare company decides the time is right for him and his girlfriend to move in together. That's putting things lightly. Weird things begin to happen within days of moving into the modern suburban home. The horrors Keith and his girlfriend witnessed and desperately tried to fight off would end up putting them at odds with members of the paranormal community and themselves. This griping story, told from the house occupant point of view not only lists tales, but also includes pictures, video reenactments, commentary, and audio of the events being reported. Keith Linder does not ask that you believe him. He only asks that you listen. The Bothell Hell House has finally arrived ladies and gentlemen. The house that Zak Bagans and his team came to investigate (albeit for a short time) only to leave empty handed has come full circle. The house occupant tells his story. The complete story which includes why Zak and crew left empty handed. Spontaneous fire outbreaks and inexplicable wall writings are not the most horrific things that happened here. Something more sinister lurks. Robb Tilley of the Australian Institute of Parapsychology Research says "This 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. The Bothell Hell House is a major work, a turning point in poltergeist research—Well done. "  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices