Where the Ordinary Don't Belong!
CEO Podcast & Performance
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns and Ben Gathercole speak with Garry Mills about lessons from the police force; being a Bodyguard for former Australian Prime Minister John Howard; and being a mental health advocate with Beyond Blue and Blokepedia. We also talk about learning to live and cope with depression; living a playboy lifestyle; staying in the moment; setting social media parameters; the importance of situation and self-awareness; and helping people improve their lives.
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Alex Richardson about his creative world; growing up with dyslexia and Irlen Syndrome; the positive effects of meditation on staying focused; the effects of music on the brain; and painting an audio picture. We also delve into the Art of Mentoring; leading a virtual team; the power of mentoring on a mentor; and how they have grown to matching 6,000 mentoring pairs each year.
The NRGizer by NRG2Perform April newsletter is now available. We challenge you to think about performance as a CEO or Leader; reflect on your habits; understand the talented people in this world; and ask the question “Are Leaders Born?”. We also bring you amazing people such as Pauline Nguyen, Jana Kapr, Alvin Hew, Christine Amour-Levar, […]
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)