Where the Ordinary Don't Belong!
Specialising in leadership performance with the affinity to enhance the experience for your employees, clients, and consumers.
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Brent Clayton about being a serial entrepreneur; turning adversity into opportunity; the determination to become a firefighter; and balancing democratic and autocratic leadership.
We also delve into learning discipline from the military; understanding
the intricacies of a job; what it takes to be a firefighter; and the backstory of his businesses Fire Recruitment Australia and Authority Marketing Machine.
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Christine Amour-Levar about her diverse cultural upbringing; learning new language through total immersion; the differences in work ethic, leadership, culture and behaviours between Japan, USA and France; the impact Nike has had on her career; and leading through empathy. We also delve into creating Beijaflora and becoming an entrepreneur; scheduling family time; combining her love for adventure with her social entrepreneurship programs; and the influence Woman on a Mission and HER Planet Earth are having on the woman of war and the underprivileged.
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Pauline Nguyen about her leadership style, the importance of employees acting like owners, thriving in economic adversity, staff retention, the importance of entrepreneurship, and being unshakeable in business and in life. We also delve into about the effect of parenthood, becoming an award-winning author of Secrets of the Red Lantern and The Way of the Spiritual Entrepreneur, shining as a keynote speaker, finding happiness in the pursuit, why she connects with the Phoenix, and the relevance of Why does the Buddha sit on a Lotus flower.
Where the ordinary don’t belong!
“Craig is an exceptionally hard-working and empowering leader. During my time with Triathlon ACT, I developed essential skills through Craig’s nurturing and guidance. Craig’s passion for empowering people, strategic thinking and moving forward has been a key factor in Triathlon ACT’s growth and success. Craig is an inspirational mentor who has a uniquely valuable skillset and mindset that any organisation will treasure.”Matthew Haustead (KPMG Consultant)
“Craig hit the mark with his thought provoking and insightful content, his inclusiveness and his ability to relate to the audience. I thoroughly recommend Craig as a speaker and innovator on membership solutions.”
ASAE Great Ideas Asia Pacific Conference, Seoul 2017
Brendon Ward (AuSAE CEO)