Affärer – Australien – Nya podcasts

  • (Total Duration: 2hrs 12min) Hoping to incubate a unique idea about workplace design, I walked alone for 42 days from Melbourne to Sydney. My pilgrimage delivered 34 Signposts, a collection of insights which hold the promise to guide us to a better place to work. While firmly positioned within the shifting context of work, the Signposts point away from reactive solutions with a short shelf life. Instead, these markers are infused with a diversity of thought instilled by the pilgrimage and reclaim the forgotten qualities of solitude, boredom, adversity, and absurdity as mechanisms to deliver innovation and create improved working environments.I write from the perspective of a pilgrim, architect, workplace consultant, and researcher and invite you to join me as a fellow pilgrim. You will be rewarded with a journey that revisits our assumptions about the way we use space to host the ever-evolving notion of work – an expedition leading not only to better versions of the workplace, but a better version of ourselves.

  • Our mission at VerifyNow is to help organisations build a trusted workforce. So how do you do this? We ask experts, business leaders and HR professionals how this can be achieved through our informative and easy going podcast series.

  • Dealer Talk with Jen Suzuki is an Automotive Sales and Service Podcast and is a free educational series for Dealers, Managers, Sales Teams and anyone in the Auto Industry that has a desire to obtain information that will propel growth, lead the auto industry and invoke progressive strategies. We will educate on staying relevant, offer ways to improve vehicle sales and service, CSI and retention. Dealer Talk with Jen Suzuki is an Automotive Sales and Service Podcast. Use #DealerTalkWithJen

  • The Online Marketing For Doctors podcast show is laser-focused on helping you, the motivated doctors and surgeons, implement clever, effective marketing ideas that you can use to GROW and SCALE your practice into the empire it deserves to be.

  • Your designs are beautiful, but you’re struggling with the business of your interior design business. Join successful interior design business owner, Michelle Lynne, of ML Interiors Group each Monday morning as she shares the processes she has found useful in growing her own 7-figure design firm, interviews industry related guests, and brings her own team of designers on for lively conversations. If you aren’t happy with the performance of your interior design business, are tired of trading your time for money, and know you were made for more, this show is for you.

  • This is the Design Beyond Vision podcast brought to you by Minimal Rhythm Design hosted by Mat Burton. We speak to some of the best in the communications design industry and the many friends who aid in the design process in addition to considered insights and resourceful tips. Design Beyond Vision supports your journey within graphic design and the world at large, encouraging you to think more and enquire deeper into the impact of what you, other creators, designers, entrepreneurs and big thinkers are bringing into the world. Listen on to refine your design, beyond vision.

  • Meet Barbie, the fabulous and chatty Interior Designer behind Onyx Studio based in The Sunshine Coast, who has teamed up with Georgie, the bubbly and energetic Graphic Designer for The OG. This pair of Aussie’s are here to chat about different aspects of being in the design industry, and how creativity influences our lives. The girls love a good chat and cheers to the ups and down of the design industry, while interviewing professional chefs, brewers and fellow designers of the industry!

    If you enjoy keeping it real and candidly talking about the hardships that come with working through your career, don't be a stranger and hit SUBSCRIBE!
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    @onyxstudio.au

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  • What services and industries will shape the future? How can we start to imagine what the world may look like for the design of products, services and experiences?

    Talking with thought leaders and industry experts, Craig Walker delves into the future of healthcare, infrastructure, technology and financial services — sectors they work within alongside some of the world’s most influential organisations.

    Whether it’s digital disruption, the next wave of technological innovation or seismic shifts in how a sector operates, we will talk through their predictions, from the practical to the purely speculative.

    So, what might the future of design look like?

    From Craig Walker, a global Design and Research agency with a mission to design the greatest positive impact for the greatest number of people, led by Kernow Craig and Jeremy Walker.

  • How open are you to new ideas? The RESET Podcast is about changing thought habits and finding new ways to look at life. We talk to scientists, entrepreneurs and remarkable people who have found new ways of upgrading our thought habits. Every now and then, we need a RESET and change our VISION of the world.

  • A fortnightly start-up / legal podcast brought to you by Giselle Finnane and Fee Lal - both Sydney based corporate lawyers in the ever expanding universe of the Marque Lawyers all female corporate team. Subtitles On aims to break down the jargon to make the start-up world more inclusive, particularly for women. Each episode G and Fee chat about a different topic, everything from setting up your company, to getting money from investors, to selling your company. G and Fee don't just talk about legal stuff, they also share what they are seeing in the Australian start-up community, including trends, case studies and where they think 2021 will take us.

  • As advisors to successful families, we often draw upon some of the best minds in the country. We believe, that by exchanging ideas, we can deliver better advice and better outcomes for the families we work for. Now, we are inviting you on this journey. In this podcast, we interview some of the countries best investment managers, business advisors, bankers and founders to share their insights. Our hope is that with better information, comes better decisions, helping you to achieve more financially.

  • Welcome to She Means Business hosted by Rachael Byrne. This podcast is for you if you desire to hear real and raw conversations around building an online business - and a place where we never hold back on exactly how we've built businesses successfully, and let you in on everything you need to know!

  • The podcast helping graphic designer boss-ladies work smarter and not harder in their design businesses.

    Your guru: the clever Anna Dower; mentor, designer, cake-lover and rad chick.

    'Cos not all creatives wear hip black clothes and are design snobs.
    Some - like us - wear colourful Birkenstocks and believe in community over competition.

  • I am Auzi, host of the chitchatwithauzi Podcast. I am excited to welcome you to Season 1 of my How to D-Clutter” podcast. I created this podcast based on my personality and I enjoy interacting with other beautiful people. I am a well organised person and enjoy what I am doing.I am now ready to share with you about “How to D-Clutter” and how important it is to manage our everyday living space, even while we are so busy with work and our social lives. We have so many things that we still want to keep, we still love them and some of us are not sure what to do with them. Maybe some things are old, broken and no longer needed. Some of us just leave things either in the room – inside the wardrobe, underneath the bed, in the storage room or anywhere else that we can find in our apartment or house. I hope that you find my podcast useful, interesting and entertaining.

  • There's more to flooring than just laying boards. We take you inside and under the flooring industry and give you a look at what makes Clever Choice Flooring the perfect solution for you.

  •  ‘Business without rules’ is a podcast that also has no rules.

    I’m Trish from Chromatical, and due to low energy, I can’t (and don’t) run my business in the same way that most business mentors, coaches and consultants teach.

    I’m here to challenge the norm when it comes to running and growing a digital product based business (though my episodes will likely inspire any business owner who listens) so that you too can run your business without rules.

    I’m here to question the standards, experiment with non-traditional business methods, innovate new alternatives and work arounds to common practices to help you grow your business, that work with me and you, who may not have the same energy, ability, or capacity to run a business in the same ways that others are teaching… And importantly, new ways that don’t impact your revenue.

    It’s time to remove strict business methods that cause you to crash, or fatigue you when they don’t need to. You don’t need to do things that don’t bring you joy, that suck your soul out of doing business or out of your energy bank.

    Here, you’ll hear me share my on-the-fly, unscripted, non-linear voice notes as they come to me, as I too seek and experiment with building a business without rules.

    Here is your permission slip to do business in ways that serve you (as well as your clients/customers), and to set your own rules in business.

    Welcome to my podcast. I hope you love it.

  • Justin Hogg from Right Source guides you on your not-for-profit journey in Australia. He'll take you through all aspects of running an NFP, including board roles, structures, setting up, governance, reporting and more.

  • The Garbologist unwraps with young mum of 2 small children Jessica Blackmore, as a new mum in 2017 from her small home in Darwin she developed a range of sustainable baby items the centre piece being her locally Northern Territory designed reusable baby nappy.

    Recently named '2020 Australian mum entrepreneur of the year' Jessica Blackmores 'Archer and I' baby products are now distributed world wide and have become sought after designer items.

  • Exploring how humans connect and get stuff done together, with Dan Hammond and Pia Lee from Squadify.

    We need groups of humans to help navigate the world of opportunities and challenges, but we don't always work together effectively. This podcast tackles questions such as "What makes a rockstar team?" "How can we work from anywhere?" "What part does connection play in today's world?"

    You'll also hear the thoughts and views of those who are running and leading teams across the world.


  • Welcome to The Rural Bookkeeping Podcast. Here you will find practical bookkeeping and business tips for rural small businesses across Australia. I’ll also be sharing interviews with experts in their fields and stories from rural business owners who have successfully implemented strategic bookkeeping practices. If you are bewildered by your bookkeeping or aggravated by your accounts then this podcast will help you with some straightforward tips and advice to help you get on track!