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TP 27: Angus Hervey Future Crunch

By | May 10th, 2017|Change, Emotional Intelligence, Future, Leadership, Tall Poppy, Technology, World|

Dr Angus Hervey is an intelligent optimist and one-half of Future Crunch. This episode explores our very human relationship with technology and the future. We talk about the impact of neuroscience on understanding cognitive bias, filter bubbles and why we resist good news. We put a gender lens on artificial intelligence how organisations are dealing with the future of work and lots of inspiring startups around the world using technology in service of humanity. By the end of it, you’ll be an intelligent optimist too. Future Crunch (Highly recommend getting the fortnightly newsletter.) Resources mentioned  Why Amazon is the world's most innovative company [...]

TP 25: Kathryn Molloy NGO Entrepreneur

By | April 26th, 2017|Coaching, Consulting, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Small Business, Tall Poppy, World|

Kathryn Molloy has been leading the way for over two decades in world-changing ventures. She has run businesses and large not for profit organisations. She has influenced state leaders, government ministers, and large corporations to make better decisions for the future of the planet. I was blessed to work with her 17 years ago and in this conversation, we reminisce about that time and explore what she has been doing since. Her collaborative leadership style continues to alter outcomes for environmental groups in BC, and improved environmental impacts of the Olympics. TOPICS COVERED 360 Feedback How to influence politicians [...]

TP 23: David Holzmer on Disruption

By | April 11th, 2017|Change, Consulting, Emotional Intelligence, Future, Leadership, Tall Poppy, World|

David Holzmer, Ph.D. is an Organizational Behaviour Specialist and Consultant. He shares the insights from his research into sensemaking under conditions of ongoing disruption. He discussed the essentials for creative problem solving and innovation. And the changes in how we relate to each other, to today's world, and how all of this impacts our ability to deal effectively with the uncertainty, the ambiguous and uncharted territory many organisations find themselves in. What is the role of trust and psychological safety in the workplace? Why do we want simple, easy answers, and why has this created so much divisiveness? Why are we [...]

TP 21: Amber Hawken on Self-Awareness

By | March 28th, 2017|Change, Coaching, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Self-Awareness, Tall Poppy|

Amber Hawken on Self Awareness What’s the difference between fear and intuition, how do you know when dive in, and when to do a reality check? These are some of the gems Amber Hawken, author of Unfuckwithable Life, shared about some of the key element of self-awareness. We talked a lot about authenticity, what that is and the practices that will help us get into flow. Is pain necessary to growth? Listen to find out. Resources Mentioned  Amber's website, on LinkedIn,  Facebook The Unfuckwithable Life - Amber's book The Rise of Superman by Stephen Cotler. Psychosomatics Amber's fave article on [...]

TP 20: Matt Kurowski on Complete Value

By | March 21st, 2017|Change, Coaching, Consulting, Design, Emotional Intelligence, Future, Leadership, Tall Poppy, World|

Matt Kurowski is the Huddle Labs guy who created a values framework illustrating types of capital that are often underestimated and unacknowledged. Huddle helps large organisations rethink complex problems, with human-centred design from a very purpose driven and values-based perspective. Matt and I talked about the Snowflake framework, being a goth in the 80s and the influence of that era on being 40something in the pursuit of meaning. We heard a bit about what its’ like to be mentored by Umair Haque and what collaborative advantage is. Resources Mentioned Huddle’s website Matt’s Website DrTime on Instagram/Twitter/LinkedIn, Eddie Harran Goth subculture NAS Insurance (becoming [...]

TP 19: Mark C Crowley Leads with Heart

By | March 15th, 2017|Coaching, Consulting, Emotional Intelligence, Future, Leadership, Tall Poppy|

Mark C. Crowley, author of "Lead From The Heart", leveraged experience from a 25-year career as a senior executive in the financial services industry and combined it with remarkable research to make the case for reinventing the way we manage people. Introducing the word “heart” into leadership was met with huge and predictable resistance. Now, five years later, Mark's book has become a best-seller. He shares the ideas that were initially rejected but now represent the future of workplace leadership. Resources Mentioned  Mark's Book Lead from the Heart Fast Company - Mark's articles  Mark on LinkedIn Mark's article on [...]

TP 17: Didier Elzinga of Culture Amp

By | March 1st, 2017|Emotional Intelligence, Future, Leadership, Small Business, Tall Poppy, Technology|

As Culture Amp co-founder, not only is Didier Elzinga one of the most forward-thinking CEOs I know, he’s got a really cool name. He’s the kind of CEO that does what it takes for his people to feel valued. He’s also unafraid to answer questions about the relationship of power and authority to leadership. We talk about the role of culture analytics, why engagement hasn’t really improved and the future of work. He’s gone from what he describes as ‘the most naive business plan’ to a third round of venture capital funding. Culture Amp is a Melbourne startup that’s [...]

TP 16: Fleassy Malay Speaks Up

By | February 22nd, 2017|Design, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Self-Awareness, Tall Poppy|

No stranger to the mic, Fleassy Malay speaks up about her relationship with fear and shame. A seasoned performer, she has inspired hundreds of people across the globe to find their voice, to speak their truth and to be courageous, vulnerable, passionate and honest. She runs Melbourne’s acclaimed Mother Tounge, spoken word poetry night and Speak Up a course offers a safe space to learn and develop public speaking skills. Her online course, Courageously Me encourages women to have the courage to prioritise themselves. She also inspired the name of this podcast. Resources Mentioned Fleassy's website Mother Tongue community on Facebook  [...]

TP 13: Liz Blake – Deep Self Leadership

By | February 1st, 2017|Change, Coaching, Consulting, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Self-Awareness, Tall Poppy|

Liz Blake of Lateral Insights is a very accomplished leadership consultant and business mentor. She takes us into the depths of her own journey to understand her work, and how transformation can happen on a personal level and impact our whole lives, our work, our future, and ultimately our relationship with our selves and our world. That is, how leverage points in one area can have a ripple effect across our whole lives. Incorporating tools like Strengths Finder, Integrity and Values, and working with Emotional Intelligence to integrate with a range of intelligences resulting in clarity and authenticity. As someone who really walks her talk, she takes us through servant leadership and ultimately, [...]

TP 08: Backstory – Activist to Entrepreneur

By | December 28th, 2016|Change, Coaching, Consulting, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Self-Awareness, Small Business, Tall Poppy|

Tall Poppy host Tathra Street shares her backstory. Born in Australia, raised in Canada, a young activist who was willing to risk arrest for causes she believed in, inspired by a wide range of influencers from Joanna Macy, to Paul Hawken, from Deepak Chopra to Otto Scharma and Peter Senge. A personal journey of change, internal and external, from moving across the planet to changing careers and starting her own business. In this episode you'll get a snapshot of what it took to become the person she is today, the activist groups she was part of,  the books she [...]