22
Sep

How your value proposition directly impacts your people and your business

Prefer to listen on your favourite podcast app? Click the links below to listen and subscribe In this episode of Better People, Better Business, Andrew has a conversation with Dr Richard Hodge. Dr Richard Hodge develops and teaches systems approaches to some of the hardest problems the world faces today. He shows people that no problem is too big for

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23
Aug

Why Fearless Leadership makes people and business better

Prefer to listen on your favourite podcast app? Click the links below to listen and subscribe In this episode of Better People, Better Business, Andrew has a conversation with Corrinne Armour. Corrinne is Australia’s leading thinker in Fearless Leadership.  Over 10 years in corporate leadership roles, two and a half years living and teaching in a jungle refugee camp on

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12
Aug

Thinking differently about different thinking

Prefer to listen on your favourite podcast app? Click the links below to listen and subscribe In this episode of Better People, Better Business, Andrew is joined by special guest Callum McKirdy. Callum is a speaker, coach and facilitator who helps teams and leaders think differently together. Callum is dyslexic and ADHD positive, and an experienced HR Expert who works

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26
Jul

The critical relationship between values, behaviour and safety

Prefer to listen on your favourite podcast app? Click the links below to listen and subscribe In this Better People Better Business episode, our consultant Bhavna Patel sits down for a conversation with Andrew Deering. Bhavna has over 20 years of experience in operational and leadership roles in training, competency assurance and human resources.  She is also a coach who

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11
Jul

Allowed to be happy

Watch Listen Read Allowed to be Happy I was talking with one of my friends recently, and she reflected on her current situation. Like many folks out there, she’s striving to buy a house. In Australia right now, that’s a particularly challenging thing to do in any sensible kind of way, for any sensible kind of price! During the conversation,

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28
Jun

Why Training Administration is critical to keeping your people safe, skilled and effective.

Prefer to listen on your favourite podcast app? Click the links below to listen and subscribe In this Better People Better Business episode, our consultant Michelle Cummings sits down for a conversation with Andrew Deering. Michelle is a highly experienced Training Professional with a strong background in Training Administration in high-risk industries, including Mining and Oil and Gas. She is

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23
Jun

Great Expectations begin with Great Clarification

Watch Listen Read Great Expectations begin with Great Clarification I recently had a chat with one of my team about some work they were undertaking. The client was an internal team member, and it hadn’t gone as well as planned. Ever had that – Internal or external, where the client was less than pleased? I know I have been there,

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22
Jun

Fake it till you make it

Watch Listen Read Fake it till you make it. When I was a young person, having just finished a teaching degree, I remember being given a few ‘valuable’ pieces of advice that confused me. The main one, the one I recall foremost was, ‘just remember, fake it till you make it!’ (The second in line was ‘don’t smile until Easter.’

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16
Jun

How do I standardise training safely?

Prefer to listen on your favourite podcast app? Click the links below to listen and subscribe In this episode, Consultant Maha White has a conversation with Andrew about the challenge she hears with clients. Maha migrated to Australia from Zimbabwe in 2008, and has built a career in Training and Competency, working with Registered Training Organisations and auditors before moving

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31
May

How do I get my new to industry people skilled, safe and effective?

In this episode, Consultant Shane Bonser has a conversation with Andrew about the current influx of workers who are new to industry, particularly in mining and from varied backgrounds. Their challenge is how to manage these new people successfully through this career change, so they are inducted well and get to site knowing what to expect and with sufficient skills to be safe and effective.