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December 2016 - Tathra Street
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Monthly Archives: December 2016

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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 [...]

TP 07: Tom Morkes, Collaborate Author

By | December 22nd, 2016|Leadership, Small Business, Tall Poppy|

Tom Morkes shares his entrepreneurial wisdom to increase our chances of success, looking at the realities of uncertainty, failure and attributes that enable us to be anti-fragile. Plus practical advice for those of us with an idea, a book, a business concept. With his military background, he has first-hand knowledge about the power of the insurgent, bringing relevant experience from the battlefield to our creatives endeavours. His most recent book Collaborate, was successfully crowd-funded, and his next collaboration, the Freedom Journal broke records on Kickstarter. Links to Resources Tom’s website Tom’s podcast Insurgent Publishing Collaborate by Tom Morkes The Freedom Journal  [...]

TP 06: Simone Maus on Purpose

By | December 15th, 2016|Tall Poppy|

If unnecessary meetings cost an estimated $37Billion Annually, what can we do about it? What is the role of purpose in meetings and in leadership? Simone Maus is a seasoned facilitator as well as a facilitation and leaderships skills trainer. She has been working freelance with Zenergy Global in New Zealand, Australia and internationally. Born and raised behind the Berlin Wall, she had fears about loosing her identity in a group, juxtaposed with her "inner Hitler" the work she's done on herself has enabled her to work powerfully with groups and individuals. Links: Simone at Zenergy Global  Simone Maus [...]

TP 05: Future Assembly Special Report

By | December 8th, 2016|Future, Small Business, Tall Poppy|

A special report from Future Assembly in Melbourne, where three young women with very different roles and experiences in the tech world share what they're working on and what's important to them. Grace Wearn Communications Specialist for Vichyper, part of the Space X Hyperloop Pod competition, an initiative of Elon Musk. Casey Thomas CEO of Dark Shadow Studios - A tech start-up enabling risk-free drone racing using VR. Sally Kellaway on diversity in the VR industry with some key advice for employers. Finishing up with a powerful minute from the MiVote presentation with some bold declarations on the subject of digital democracy. Grace's Links Org: [...]

TP 04: Jan Owen on Human Centred Leadership

By | December 1st, 2016|Future, Leadership, Tall Poppy|

Jan Owen, CEO of the Foundation of Young Australians brings an ethical lens to the idea of Human Centred Leadership, shares the most powerful leadership trait and the importance of having your own leadership style as you lead yourself, others and are led. This is the fourth in a series of four interviews on Human Centred Leadership. Foundation for Young Australians website: fya.org.au As mentioned: New Work Order Report Episode updated to include the recently released New Work Mindset Report Find out more about Jan Owen on LinkedIn