Through a series of engaging conversations, podcast guests from business, government, for-purpose and academia share their stories about leadership in today’s accelerated world. Each episode examines leadership in times of complexity, and how we can see the world differently, rather than be transfixed by change.
Episode topics include: crisis management and recovery, sustainable business practices, building a resilient company culture, inclusive leadership and fostering wellbeing.
Episode 7: The Business of Adaptive Leadership - Part 2
Part two in our series on Adaptive Leadership focuses on transformation and how leaders can leverage complex change with a growth mindset. Host Emma Lo Russo is joined by Curtis Davies (KPMG), Adele Schonhardt (Melbourne Digital Concert Hall), and Greg Joffe (Nous Group).
Episode 6: The Business of Inclusive Leadership - Part 2
In this episode, we look closely at the three key elements of inclusive leadership: equity, diversity and - of course - inclusion. Guests include Professor Eileen Baldry, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Equity, Diversity and Inclusion UNSW, Kristal Kinsela-Christie, Owner and Managing Director of Indigenous Professional Services, and disability advocate Mark Tonga.
Episode 5: The Business of Inclusive Leadership - Part 1
This episode of AGSM's The Business Of... podcast examines inclusive leadership and how access to a diverse range of perspectives is critical for leaders to thrive in an accelerated world. Guests include Professor Nick Wailes, Belinda Sheehan and Quentin Masson.
Episode 4: The Business of Adaptive Leadership - Part 1
This episode examines adaptive leadership through the lens of crisis recovery and the universal challenges business leaders face as a result of COVID-19. Guests include Phillipa Harrison, managing director at Tourism Australia, Quirin Schwaighofer, Co-CEO and Co Founder of MadeComfy, and Richard Holden, professor of economics at UNSW Business School.
Episode 3: The Business of Sustainable Leadership
This episode examines sustainable business models and a prevalent issue in global supply chains - modern slavery. Guests include Dr. David Cooke, departing Chairman and Managing Director at Konica Minolta Australia, UNSW Professor of Law Justine Nolan, co-author of the book Addressing Modern Slavery, and James Bartle, CEO and Founder of Outland Denim.
Episode 2: The Business of Resilient Leadership
This episode examines the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the valuable lessons it provides business leaders on how to build and nurture a culture of resilience and innovation within their organisations. Guests include strategic consultants, Martin Stewart Weeks and Dr. Jeffrey Tobias, psychologist Melanie Fisher, and Professor of Management and Associate Dean Research at the UNSW Business School, Frederik Anseel.