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March 2017 - Tathra Street
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Monthly Archives: March 2017

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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 18: Alicia Darvall B Corp Revolution

By | March 8th, 2017|Leadership, Small Business, Tall Poppy, World|

Standing up for what you believe in is gaining currency in the business world, to the point that you risk your reputation if you don't. Business for good isn’t just a nice idea, today, having the certification to prove you’ve got a legit triple bottom line approach is the way to go. Hundreds of businesses in Australia and thousands in the US are leading the way, putting their money where their mouth is and have become Certified B Corporations. CEO Alicia Darvall helps us understand the benefits, the process and the “why" behind becoming a B Corp as part of a movement towards using business as a force [...]

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 [...]