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Pride Talk features conversations with Asian American LGBTQ+ professionals and their allies to empower, educate, engage, and celebrate this community. You'll hear casual conversations, stories, and life experiences from various Asian American LGBTQ+ individuals as well as their allies.
 
Ongline Podcast documents the life of a gay Malaysian-born Chinese American. Immerse yourself in the life of a not-so-typical individual. Expand your horizon by experiencing the topics, issues, stories, and simply, the life of a gay Asian man. Until now, the voice of a minority individual has not been this loud!
 
For 60 years CEDA has debated and discussed critical issues through our research and events platform – now we bring the conversation right to you with our Podcasts. Hear directly from some of the best and brightest policy minds in Australia and around the world, alongside our CEO Melinda Cilento and Chief Economist Jarrod Ball, as we explore the issues and pursue solutions that deliver better economic and social outcomes for the greater good.
 
We interview hard to reach entrepreneurs. (Mark Cuban, Tim Ferriss, Sophia Amoruso, Tony Robbins, Barbara Corcoran, Gary Vaynerchuk, & many more). Unlike most podcast interview series Nathan Chan literally started from knowing nothing. He was just an average guy working in a 9-5 job he utterly hated. He knew nothing about entrepreneurship, nothing about startups, nothing about marketing, and nothing about online or how to build a business. So from launching Foundr Magazine he's gone out and ...
 
Disruptive conversations is a blog series where I record Skype conversations with people who are working to transform or disrupt a sector or system. Sometimes I do in-person interviews, but they are usually done over Skype. This podcast was recorded on Skype. For my first 30 episodes music was provided by Clint Harewood. Email - clint.harewood@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Tamo.T Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/clint-harewood-42446342
 
Welcome to the ‘Change and Transition’ podcast (formerly know as the 'They Don't Tell You' podcast), for busy people who want to transition from their current career/lifestyle to something they actually want to do. Done using examples from my own transformation; practical coaching methods; & inspiring interviews with people who have transformed. My voice is pretty smooth too!
 
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Jeff Harry shows individuals and companies how to tap into their true selves, to feel their happiest and most fulfilled — all by playing. Jeff has worked with Google, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines, Adobe, the NFL, Amazon, and Facebook, helping their staff to infuse more play into the day-to-day. Learn more about Jeff’s work at RediscoverYourPlay.co…
 
Resilient leadership adaptation and managing change Awakening the inner leader Physical Intelligence Leading for results – not popularity Leading through uncertainty Five leadership disciplines that engender organisational agility Inspiring young women to be future leaders Bringing your whole self to work HR strategies for a flourishing Africa From…
 
Join CEDA Chief Economist Jarrod Ball, NSW Chief Economist Stephen Walters, and ANZ Senior Economist Cherelle Murphy as they discuss how NSW is dealing with the first deficit in a decade, the management of COVID clusters keeping NSW open, the phasing out of stamp duty, social housing, and the measures in place for women in the NSW budget.…
 
John Largent is the Founder and CEO of Gameday Media Enterprises based in San Antonio, Texas and the host of the SeniorCare.FM podcast. With clients on five continents, Gameday Media serves as the podcast production epicenter for individuals, non-profit organizations, corporations across numerous verticals ranging from education and philanthropy to…
 
Inter-generational strengths: leadership leverage in crisis It’s not the answers that are wrong – it’s the questions Technology: impacting the future in unpredictable ways Agile leadership in higher education Reducing the failure rate in mergers and acquisitions' Balancing risk-taking with making mistakes Islamic leadership and Peter Drucker Not pr…
 
Right this very minute there is a fire that has been burning for over 50 years and has still not been extinguished. Here’s the craziest part: No one is doing anything about it. White smoke and toxins were seeping from the ground. Residents have been forced to up and leave their beloved homes where they grew up and some of them had homes that have b…
 
The dangers of endorsing single models of leadership in global markets How to embrace the new by letting go of the old When knowledge becomes obsolete Why do we complain? Embracing change Is leadership dead? Again Systems-thinking in a VUCA world The new leaders for challenging and contemporary times Administrative reform and e-governance in a digi…
 
In today's episode we'll be talking about handling unemployment in a recession as well as how to shift from your 9-5 to eventually working for yourself. It's not as linear as you may think. Simon speaks about how he handled unemployment and other unexpected events during the last recession (2008) and how years later he's running his own successful …
 
Post-capitalist society and the knowledge economy Overcoming leadership vertigo in the age of Covid-19 A fresh perspective on leadership for Trinidad and Tobago Leadership for synergy - act now Innovation or ‘creative imitation’ How to be everywhere at once and have more time Leading and managing in Japan: a whole society model Character and integr…
 
In this week’s Foundr podcast interview, Nathan Chan sits down with Lisa Spiden, CEO of Workforce Analytics and Foundr of Fibre HR to discuss everything a team leader needs to embody in order to help their team do their best work. Spiden discusses key tactics and methods that team leaders can adopt to help lead their teams through any crisis. Not o…
 
Why we need great international leadership The end of 'business as usual': how to develop and accelerate digital transformation From cultural persuasion to perpetual leadership People drive development Leading authentically The importance of contribution over achievement Changing the ratio of risk and reward…
 
In this episode of Disruptive Conversations, we hear from Liz Elam, founder of the largest coworking conference in the world know as the Global Coworking Unconference Conference (GCUC). There are a number of great takeaways. Here are a few of the insights I found helpful. To change your life, you have to change something you do every day. Later in …
 
In today's episode, CEDA CEO Melinda Cilento is joined by Dr. Paul Williams of Griffith University to discuss Labor's unexpected election win in Queensland, how the economy in the Sunshine State is holding up through the pandemic, and how the state is feeling about climate change policy.
 
Ever wondered how the elite pros do Facebook ads? This week’s interview with course instructor Nick Shackelford is just that: a no-holding back, all inclusive, step-by-step discussion on running successful Facebook ads. Returning again to Foundr’s exclusive podcast, Shackelford discusses his learnings on media buying, running facebook ads that conv…
 
Peernovation: What Peer Advisory Groups Can Teach Us About Building High-Performing Teams by Leo Bottary is Leo’s latest book. It’s Leo’s third book following, The Power Of Peers (coauthored with Leon Shapiro) and What Anyone Can Do. On today’s show, we make observations of what we can all learn from this week’s presidential election in America. Le…
 
In this episode of The Economists' Corner, CEDA Chief Economist Jarrod Ball is joined by Namali Mackay and Peter Horn of Austrade in a discussion about how trade is holding up in the UK and Europe, climate change's impact on trade deals, Australia's economic dependence on China, and the global impacts of the US election.…
 
On November 17, 1986, Japan Airlines flight 1628 was en route from Iceland to Alaska on a seemingly normal flight until they started seeing strange objects. Air traffic control even picked something up on their radar scopes in that same area where the sighting occurred, but there were not any military or civilian planes working in that location. So…
 
Join CEDA CEO Melinda Cilento and the Brookings Institution's Wendy Edelberg for a discussion on how the US government has handled COVID and the economy, what fiscal policy should be put into place to help things return to normal more quickly, and how things are looking in the face of the election.
 
With more people using LinkedIn, we need to know how to stand out in order to enhance our careers. But how? In today's informative episode, Mark, aka, 'Mr LinkedIn' tells us how to be more visible and how to find work on LinkedIn without using the "jobs board". Mark is the founder of the award-winning podcast LinkedInformed, where you can learn abo…
 
Mental toughness isn’t something you’re born with, it’s something you learn and practice and develop over time. And Andy Frisella is living proof of that. The Founder of 1st Phorm, the “Real AF podcast host”, 75Hard program creator, and all around badass Andy Frisella knows discipline and mindset, and isn’t afraid to tell it like it is. It’s no sec…
 
In this episode of Disruptive Conversations, I interview Isobel Stevenson, Director of Organizational Learning at the Connecticut Center for School Change. The Center is a nonprofit based in Hartford, Connecticut. In this conversation, we discuss a range of topics that span areas like coaching, leadership, evaluation, and even the role of gaming th…
 
Peernovation: What Peer Advisory Groups Can Teach Us About Building High-Performing Teams by Leo Bottary is Leo’s third book. Like his previous works, The Power Of Peers (coauthored with Leon Shapiro) and What Anyone Can Do, this book contains powerful stories to help readers connect with the content. On today’s show, we discuss the power of storie…
 
In today's episode, CEDA Chief Economist Jarrod Ball is joined by Curtin University’s Professor Rachel Ong ViforJ and University of Adelaide’s Professor Chris Leishman to discuss how COVID has changed the conversation around housing policy, housing construction's effectiveness as a stimulus tool, tax reform, and social housing. This episode coincid…
 
Yancey Strickler, Author and Kickstarter Co-Founder In this inspiring podcast interview, Nathan Chan sits down with Kickstarter co-founder and author Yancey Strickler to discuss his 'Bento Box' method for making better decisions, how his company Kickstarter found it’s feet, and our unhealthy obsession with “financial maximization”. Strickler was wo…
 
The relationship between Cuba and the United States has been rocky to say the least, but when it is resolved, everyone is excited to end the 50 year dilemma...or are they? Once embassy workers from Canada and the United States go to Cuba, they start hearing a strange noise and coming down with a range of symptoms. What is causing the noise? What is…
 
Today Lindsey Nadler, former police officer turned passive income creator, coach and CEO, explains what's required to 'make your passion pay you'. This also happens to be the name of her awesome podcast. In this episode she shares what's required to make money from your passion, just as she does! You need the right mindset, a true passion and the w…
 
Peernovation: What Peer Advisory Groups Can Teach Us About Building High-Performing Teams by Leo Bottary has just been published. This is Leo’s third book, following The Power Of Peers (coauthored with Leon Shapiro) and What Anyone Can Do. On today’s show, we discuss the birth of a new book, the arc of Leo’s journey into peer learning, and some tip…
 
Kamal Ravikant, Author and Founder, Venture Capitalist In this special podcast interview, Nathan Chan sits down with renowned author and founder Kamal Ravikant to discuss his thoughts on mentorship, entrepreneurs, and everything in between. Ravikant traces his journey back to a point in time most entrepreneurs face: he was doing too much and he was…
 
John Lennon’s death broke the hearts of many around the world on December 8th, 1980. Did Mark Chapman, the man who pleaded guilty, truly kill John Lennon? Or was this plan in effect by the higher ups for a while and an author we have come to love and enjoy, Stephen King, truly pull the trigger? Join us this week for this dark and twisty conspiracy.…
 
Joanna Griffiths CEO Knixwear CEO of global intimates brand Knixwear Joanna Griffiths sits down with Nathan Chan to reveal how she took $20k to and made $50m in revenue last year. In this wonderfully inspiring episode, Griffiths’ discusses how she became an “accidental entrepreneur” with Knixwear. Initially begun as a passion project to create high…
 
Today we’re exploring how Lori Sullivan integrates creativity, team collaboration, and data-driven strategies to attract quality leads that turn into revenue at Fleetio, an outstanding software for fleet management. "Our website is our most important asset. If we don’t understand the experience visitors are having, we won’t understand the pathways …
 
I met John on a panel at the Voice Summit a few years back and was impressed by not only his SEO knowledge (he has picked up a few industry awards) but also the soft skills that he has picked up along the way. In this episode, he shares his insights around how to keep an agency team in sync with each other AND the client to deliver results. He also…
 
Simon Alexander Ong works with leaders, entrepreneurs, and teams who are ready and committed to the next level of their success. As a coach and business strategist, he helps them transcend perceived limitations, dream bigger than they’ve ever done before, and to see how powerful and gifted they truly are. You can connect with him at SimonInspires.c…
 
Have you ever found that an unexpected combination of skills impacts the way you see things? Today’s guest is one of the most popular SEO podcast hosts: Dan Shure and he has an interesting story to tell about how his music background has made him a more empathetic digital marketer and how he uses his right and left brain skills to sell through his …
 
Join CEDA CEO Melinda Cilento in a discussion focusing on the federal budget, missed opportunities, immigration, business uncertainty, the pink/youth recession, and predictions for how the budget will play out over the next seven months. Melinda is joined by a panel of leading economists: Jo Masters, EY Oceania Chief Economist Paul Bloxham, Paul Bl…
 
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