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This is an enriching conversation with a deep thinker who does a lot of work advising Boards and CEOs. Or as her bio says she "gets sh*t done for equality and inclusion." We explore a number of themes that Michelle focuses on with leaders. She talks me through a common question that she asks about whether leaders would build an organisation the sam…
 
If you're feeling the need to turbocharge your motivation as you settle into month sevenish, dealing with Covid, this is the conversation for you. My guest has 14+ years pedigree of Fortune 500 companies and advises organisations and leaders on creating environments where smart, self-motivating, innovative individuals thrive. We discuss the concept…
 
My guest today is the formidable Maz Farrelly, former Executive Editor of Format Entertainment at the BBC in London (think Big Brother, Celebrity Apprentice + Q+A on ABC) and now CEO Whisperer and Social Commentator. Maz's content has over 8 billion views and you're going to want to take a listen, she's fantastic. We cover a lot of topics including…
 
Back on the podcast is Richard Yetsenga Chief Economist and Head of Research at ANZ. The first time I interviewed Richard turned out to be the last week that we were working in an office. I have been listening to a lot of Richard's commentary and analysis through the pandemic and I was keen to explore some of it in more detail. We talk about inequa…
 
In this Covid19 period of significant change, how we work and connect with each other, both within and outside our organisations, is critical to the success of the strategy. My guest today is Jon Burgess a thought leader in people advocacy and collaboration. Jon is also a guest lecturer at Harvard Business School. This podcast is a conversation abo…
 
My guest today is Richard Yetsenga Chief Economist and Head of Research at ANZ Bank. This was always going to be interesting, throw into the mix a slightly tumultuous global pandemic and voila you have a great conversation. We discuss Richard’s approach* to using Twitter in terms of the way that he publishes and influences dialogue. It was also int…
 
My guest today is Bronwyn Bate - CEO and Founder of Mettle Women, a social entrepreneur turning empathy into action. This is a remarkable influencer story. As a (former) court reporter Bronwyn met lots of inspiring women but realised that when domestic violence victims don't have financial independence, 52% who have escaped dangerous situations ret…
 
Katie Talks is back for 2020 and my first guest is an interesting one. Graeme Bowman is well known as a keynote speaker, writer, corporate comedian and hoax speaker. Graeme uses his 34 years' experience in the arts to raise consciousness around the ways that systematic patriarchy plays out within male dominated organisations. You may wonder what a …
 
This episode of #KatieTalks is an interview with organisational psychologist, aka Cultural Change Whisperer, Board Capability advisor and beekeeper Stella Voules. If you're interested in culture this is the podcast for you. We cover a range of fascinating topics including the way that leadership has evolved over the last decade, with a significant …
 
This episode of #KatieTalks delves into some interesting themes with Recruiter, Coach and Professional Services Trainer Katherine Mountford, including how pivotal LinkedIn should be in building one's personal brand and eminence. We build on this theme exploring a recent blog that Katherine wrote after she interviewed a senior leader who said that t…
 
On this episode of #KatieTalks is story teller and content maestro Neil Glaser. We are living in an era when business is firmly changing its approach to creating content. We are embracing a move away from enormous reports that senior leaders don't have time to read and embracing shorter, bite sized snackable, easy to consume. In this new more clien…
 
This episode of Katie Talks is an interview with Megumi Miki, Founder of Quietly Powerful + Author, Speaker and Facilitator in Leadership/Culture/Diversity. Creating context for this interview is a quote from the current MI6 chief who revealed that he searches specifically for recruits who do not shout loud and show off but who have had to fight to…
 
On this episode of #KatieTalks is the formidable Emily Bates - Marketing Director | CMO |Visionary Leader Brand Specialist | CXO and Non-Executive Director. I thoroughly enjoyed this conversation with a fellow marketer and it confirmed that doing the Australian Institute of Company Director course is something that I will do. Emily spoke about the …
 
On this episode of #KatieTalks is Andy Evans, reformed lawyer and CEO of Star of the South, Australia’s first offshore wind farm, which is being proposed off the south coast of Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. If successful the project will provide 18% of Victoria's power. Andy is incredibly frank about his grappling with the fact that his career wa…
 
On this episode of #KatieTalks is the highly esteemed Natasha Norton. Natasha is CEO of Accuteque, NED, Diversity Champion, Sports Tragic, Australian LGBTI Awards Finalist and Telstra Business Womens' Awards Finalist. We cover a lot of interesting topics including the enormous benefits of diversity in all its forms, why sometimes being a good leade…
 
This week I interview one of my favourite Deloitte partners, Vera Ou-Young. Vera is the National Leader of the Deloitte Chinese Services Group which has responsibility for facilitating strong relationships with clients who work across both Australia and China. Vera speaks seven (!) languages and shares some interesting thoughts about creating legac…
 
How To Have More Energy This is the first in a 6 part series looking at various facets of wellness. It's a topic that has come up in conversation on a number of my recent podcasts and feedback suggests that people don't feel especially comfortable talking about it at work. So we're doing just that! First in the series is a fascinating conversation …
 
This episode is an interview with Rob Steers, Head of Digital and Partner at Step Change. Any conversation with Rob is interesting and I come away a bit smarter, this one is no exception. Some of our topics include: · The blurring of personal and professional lives (and why this is a good thing) · Increasing transparency in terms of where money is …
 
Mat Dunckley, National Business Editor The Age and Sydney Morning Herald is in the podcast studio with me this week. This is a really interesting, far reaching conversation with somebody who plays a large role in shaping Australia's business news. Topics include: · Global regulators looking at social media giants · Gender imbalance in the media and…
 
Are you a leader or professional yearning to increase your influence, learn how to do it in 90 minutes a week? Influencer and social oracle Amanda Gome is trusted by Australia's biggest corporates and organisations to transform their communications focusing on digital and social media. This CEO of Notable Media and former Head of Digital and Social…
 
Welcome back to #KatieTalks for 2019. There are heaps of great interviews in store for you this year, but to get started is an interview that will make you sit back and think about whether you really are committed to developing great relationships with colleagues and clients. Senior Deloitte Partner Grant Hyde talks about two interesting themes, de…
 
This week's podcast is with digital and social oracle Bec Dyce. We explore a range of topics including how social companies are responding to issues surrounding fake news as well as some of the reasons that Bec has chosen a career that focuses on social. I learn something every time that I speak with Bec, you're going to really enjoy this discussio…
 
I am delighted to share this week’s podcast with Deloitte’s Global Chief Marketing Officer Diana O’Brien. Diana explores a number of really interesting learnings from her career including the fact that she sees great benefits to working globally much earlier in our careers. Some of the benefits include learning to listen more deeply and understandi…
 
This week’s podcast is a really engaging one with one of Deloitte's senior marketing leaders. Suzanne provides some sage advice on depersonalising things that are happening around you. Long may we remember that people almost never get out of bed thinking about how they are going to pi** us off today. Suzanne encourages listeners to try to say yes t…
 
This week's podcast is with John England, how until recently lead the Energy and Resources Practice for Deloitte in the US. I first met John four years ago in Melbourne and was delighted to continue our conversation in his hometown of Houston. John had some really interesting observations on a number of topics including how he built his career, rea…
 
This week's podcast is with Andrew Slaughter, the Executive Director of Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions in Houston, the Energy Capital of the World. I first met Andrew several years ago and was delighted to continue our conversation in his adopted hometown of Houston.By Katie Bennett-Stenton
 
This is a really interesting discussion with one of Deloitte's senior marketing leaders. Some key takeaways include shifting how you think about work and less about 'what's in it for me'. Amy implores listeners to think more about doing good work and about what you can contribute, what you will learn in any project. We hear more about leading by do…
 
I spoke with Doug Ryder, 'Team Dimension Data' for Qhubeka Team Principal. Doug is a South African cycling icon and Olympian turned leader of the first ever African registered team in the Tour de France. The team also achieved it's bicycles change lives goal of raising funds to put 5000 students on bicycles.…
 
I am fortunate to be spending two exciting months in Deloitte's Chicago office. I am delighted to have the opportunity to spend time with a number of our global experts, thinkers and leaders. While immersing myself in a different culture, within a much larger team I am speaking to different leaders and sharing thought-provoking, relevant and influe…
 
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