This episode is a discussion with Seth Godin, where we talk about his new book - The Practice: Shipping Creative Work, that talks about how anyone can find their voice and put their best work out into the world. In case you don't know who he is, Seth Godin is the author of 19 books that have been bestsellers around the world and have been translated into more than 35 languages. He’s also the founder of the altMBA and The Akimbo Workshops, online seminars that have transformed the work of thousands of people. And in 2018, he was inducted into the Marketing Hall of Fame. So if you’re listening to this podcast you’ve very likely heard of Seth Godin.
This episode is a discussion with Linda Simonsen - CEO and Founder of Kleu - a digital tool which develops the emotional fitness of employees to improve well-being, workplace culture and performance. We talk about emotional intelligence (aka emotional fitness) and how you can leverage it to build a world-class organisation.
This episode is a discussion with Max Doyle, founder and Managing Director of Hello Social (a social media agency, and technically a competitor of ours). We go head-to-head and discuss the agency landscape, the different ways to run a social media strategy, and how to differentiate yourself from the market.
This episode is a discussion with James Bartle of Outland Denim - a social impact brand looking to change the fashion industry through ethical and sustainable standards (made famous with the jeans worn by Megan Markle). We talk about social impact, being an ethical and sustainable business, and the impact you can have on the world if you can make it happen.
This episode is a discussion with Russ Perry, CEO and founder of Design Pickle - the world's #1 unlimited graphic design service. We talk about growth, marketing, branding and recruitment (and everything in between).
This episode is a discussion with Matthew Kusi-Appauh - General Manager Marketing & Corporate Strategy at Aussie Broadband. We talk about how they grew from $25m to $190m in annual revenue in 4 years, and lessons along the way. So, let’s get into it.
This episode is a discussion with Lex Dwyer - a business strategist with more than 38 years experience helping companies drive improved performance. We talk about how companies can leverage collaboration between teams, divisions or departments to drive growth at the company level.
This episode is a discussion with David Laris - managing director of Acorn Digital - a social commerce agency based our of Shanghai, China. We talk about everything to do with launching a brand in china, from the budget you need to put aside, to how to get product into china, and what a marketing campaign looks like (which is deep). If you’re interested in launching a brand in China, this episode is a must.
This episode is a discussion with Brett Kelly – founder and CEO of Kelly Partners, speaker, and author of 4 best-selling books. We talk about what it takes to succeed in business from somebody that has taken a company from startup to being listed on the stock market, and the lessons along the way.
In this episode we speak with our Head of Strategy, Ben Fitzpatrick, on how to develop an effective strategy to drive growth through an economic contraction.
In this episode we speak with Dr Melinda Muth. Managing Director of Streamwise Learning, Facilitator, Board Advisor and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Director of the Harvard Club Australia and author of the book “Setting the Tone from the Top: How director conversations shape culture”. So, let’s get into it.