A podcasting series hosted by Greg Sugars. Episodes will include interviews with:-Business Leaders; Property Leaders; Inspiring People; and those who can give us a lesson on life!
In this week’s episode of Podshout we chat with professional recruiter, Brett Clemenson, and discuss all things employment as we move out of our COVID recession.
Brett shares with us his thought on personal branding and why employers are, in effect, being checked out by potential employees.
Brett shares his thoughts on the Millennial mindset when it comes to careers and why it is so important to map out a dynamic pathway for the y...
In this Episode of Podshout we chat with Sam Boer, CEO of Smartline Mortgage Brokers.
After a long and legendary career in the Australian Finance Industry, Sam talks to us about the 2/3rds of Australians who are mortgage borrowers and what is happening in this record low interest rate environment.
Sam shares with us why brokers are trusted by borrowers more than main stream banks and why, if your current mortgage interest rate has a...
In this week’s episode of Podshout, we talk to property data scientist Kent Lardner about the way we are measuring property values in Australia.
Kent busts the myth that the market performs as one across all suburbs and property types.
Are inner city apartments and units going to be the biggest casualty of COVID?
We ask Kent about what a post COVID market looks like and will we all be living in the “exurbs” and working from home?
In this week’s episode, we meet Rohan Musa, one of the pioneers of Business Coaching in Australia.
Having started his business career back in his teens, in the family business, Rohan went on to tertiary studies in Accounting & Finance. As they say, he “walked the walk” in the corporate world before transforming to a sought after business coach.
A successful entrepreneur in his own right, Rohan Musa, the founder of Business Cut ...
In this week’s episode of Podshout, we meet the inspirational Gold Medal-winning Australian Olympian, Russell Mark OAM
Russell represented his country in the sport of shotgun shooting with distinction at 6 Olympic Games over 28 years, as well as 6 Commonwealth Games and numerous World Cup Events.
Russell shares with us the influence his father, Brian Mark, had on him, his progression through the sport, and why he got a tertiary educa...
In this week’s episode of Podshout, we meet the inspiring Carmen Vicelich, one of New Zealand’s most prominent and successful female entrepreneurs.
Carmen’s businesses, Valocity Global and Data Insights, are both all about data, data analytics and technology, making outdated processes digital and more efficient. More importantly Carmen discusses how the key to her success is all about the customer experience and putting the custom...
In this week’s episode, we hear how a humble idea became a reality for a man who professes that he likes to right wrongs.
Co-founder of SecondBite, Ian Carson AO walks our listeners through how the organisation rescues almost 20 million kilograms of food a year and turns it into healthy meals for those Australians who have no food security.
Ian explains why SecondBite is actually a logistics organisation and how 20 cents equates to a...
International Speaker and Author, Steve Simpson, explains to us why leaders need to make the business case for Culture in their organisation’s strategic plan and how much improvement you can get from having a better culture.
Steve, walks us through the “Unwritten Ground Rules” of Corporate Culture.
Finally, Steve tells us the 4 things all businesses need to do during the Coronavirus pandemic.
In this episode of Podshout, we talk to a truly inspirational Australian, Vietnam War Veteran, Brendan “Tombstone” Kincade OAM.
Brendan has spent much of his life working to improve the welfare of other Veterans and educating younger Australians about the Anzac Spirit, but also - the futility of War.
He shares with us the strength and camaraderie of the men and women who saw service in the Vietnam War and how many shunned them when ...
Caitlin has been recognised as one of the Australian Insurance Industry’s rising “young guns”.
In this Podshout interview we explore what’s going on in the “old boys club” at Lloyds and how as a young woman she sees it changing.
Caitlin confirms that the world’s insurers consider Australia a high risk because we have become almost as litigious as the USA and why that may lead to Australian businesses going off shore.
We discuss why ...
This Podshout episode recounts Amelia’s career journey from a young property lawyer, a property policy maker, to her current role as an industry body leader.
The first female CEO of the Australian Property Institute in almost 100 years, Amelia discusses why being a woman in a male dominated industry is no barrier.
During our broad ranging discussion, Amelia discusses the importance of career mentors; touches on her time as player...
In this Episode of Podshout, we have been so lucky to spend time talking to the inspirational humanitarian, Helenita Noble, CEO of the Internationally renowned, Christina Noble Children's Foundation.
A born story teller, Helenita talks to us of about the million children and their communities touched by the Foundation. In her own words, the children arrive as "broken little birds " and the fly away like "eagles...
A Podshout interview with Australian Property Legend-Greg Preston.
What is exactly happening with the office and retail property markets in Australia? Has the application of the Commercial Leasing Code worked? And why is Industrial property doing so well?
We discuss the COVID-19 shock to property markets in comparison to the GFC and the 1990’s recession.
Finally, Greg discusses whether Australian workers will ever return full time to ...
In a wide ranging interview, former Federal Cabinet Minister for Small Business, Bruce Billson, traverses his 20 years in politics; his new life as a Director of the "Unicorn Startup" Judo Bank; and what his 3 wishes for Australian Businesses are.
He was once nicknamed "Pastor Bruce the Evangelical Minister for Business" by former Prime Minister Tony Abbott. In this Episode, Bruce talks about leadership styles he o...
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We’re at our most vulnerable when we go to our doctors. We trust the person at the other end of that scalpel. We trust the hospital. We trust the system. Christopher Duntsch was a neurosurgeon who radiated confidence. He claimed he was the best in Dallas. If you had back pain, and had tried everything else, Dr. Duntsch could give you the spine surgery that would take your pain away. But soon his patients started to experience complications, and the system failed to protect them. Which begs the question: who - or what - is that system meant to protect? From Wondery, the network behind the hit podcast Dirty John, DR. DEATH is a story about a charming surgeon, 33 patients and a spineless system. Reported and hosted by Laura Beil.
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