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, we talk with Carl Wegner about the why behind learning Chinese, life in Asia over the last 30 years, falling into banking by accident, and his passion for financial technology and start-ups. We uncover Blockchain technology, R3’s innovative approach to raising finance, the power of the Corda platform, the challenge of writing code and his passion for cycling.
Natalia Cohen is an incredibly resilient, tenacious, ground-breaking and pioneering lady, who has defined logic by purposefully losing sight of shore. When most people reach their mid-life crisis point, they decide to run a marathon, do a triathlon or visit a new country, not this young lady, she decided to row across the Pacific Ocean from San Francisco to Cairns with 3 (plus 2 who would join later in the adventure) other people she did not know. Yes you heard that right! That’s 257 days or 9 months at sea, covering 8759 nautical miles with a stopover at Honolulu, Hawaii and Apia, Samoa.
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, we talk with Robert McMurtrie about recruiting talent, leadership performance, being an entrepreneur and managing your energy levels. We discuss the interview process, who should apply for roles, is the employer right for you and the changing landscape in sport.
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)