Teaching and mentoring CEOs, coaches and talented individuals to be high performance leaders.
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Charles Fairlie about Unsung Business heroes, inspiring leaders, crowd funded book models and sailing on Sydney Harbour. We also delve into Netwalking, Dick Smith Electronics and lessons from the media industry.
On this episode of the Sportspeople Recruitment active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Amanda Jacobs about She Leads With Empathy, empowering women in sport, working at the London 2012 Olympic Games and the ultimate elevator pitch. We also delve into entrepreneurship and working in corporate life, balancing family life, imposter syndrome and the 3 major ingredients to a successful Olympic Games event.
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Mark Turner about how coaching saved my life, losing humility, being vulnerable and establishing a high performance environment. We also delve into the lessons he learnt working in the Queensland Police Force, being an agent for change, losing it all after selling a highly successful Shapland Swim School franchise, establishing Triathlon Nation and being recruited as the Lead Performance Coach at Triathlon Scotland.
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)