On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Paul Veric about being a Peaceful Warrior CEO, lessons learnt as a transformational CEO, allowing children to build their own resilience, speaking to students about suicide and love, and the responsibility of protecting communities. We also talk about being Head Boy and Headmaster of New Plymouth Boys High School, why Surf Lifesaving is such an effective platform for developing future leaders, growing up in Taranaki in New Zealand, and what it took to be a New Zealand Kayak and Surf Lifesaving champion.
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast we talk about How Exercise Enhances Leadership Performance, on episode #3 of Breaking The CEO Code. Craig talks about the positive impacts regular exercise has on a CEO or leader’s performance including stress reduction, improving cognitive function, positive emotional development, inspiring creativity, developing discipline, workplace wellbeing, and reducing the risk of heart disease, cancer and mental health illnesses.
Why should a CEO dedicate time in their busy schedule to incorporate exercise into their daily routine? A CEO with low energy poses a big problem for a company, as they create a stress environment each day. Creativeness, decision-making and attention suffer as a consequence. Family relationships and social life will be impaired, as they will take longer to complete tasks and will have less energy, than a fit CEO, to use use after work has finished for the day.
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Lucy Bennett Baggs about Just Challenge global impact, fundraising over US$1.5 million for charities including WaterAid, partnering with Laureus Sport For Good and Putting on very meaningful events to make a difference in the world. We also delve into working at HSBC, the world of sponsorship and events, taking companies to some of the remote places in the world, and A life creating challenges for people all around the globe.
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast we talk about the four basic fundamentals of being a high performing leader, on the second episode of Breaking The CEO Code. It is a short podcast episode where host Craig Johns decodes a new aspect of being a high performing leader each week.
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Azran Osman Rani about the power of the human mind, four pillars to decision making as CEO of Air Asia X, founding health tech startup Naluri, and his new book 30 Days and 30 Years. We also delve into balancing innovation with building high performing teams, being the crazy kid who rocks the boat, not being intimidated by the big challenge, the power of reflection and being a high performing leader.
How often are you performing at a peak performance state as a CEO or Leader? There are four basic fundamentals that high achievers leading high performing teams are consistently engaged in and practicing on improving. These four components are the fundamental, non-negotiable, building blocks to determine how high your performance ceiling is. Talent will only set your minimum height, whereas the four basic fundamentals will determine how high you can raise your ability to perform at your absolute potential.
On this episode of the active CEO Podcast we bring you the first episode of Breaking The CEO Code, where host Craig Johns decodes an aspect of being a high performing leader. Not only will we bring you some of the world’s most creative, innovative, successful and high performance leaders to you through thought-provoking, engaging and enjoyable conversations on the active CEO Podcast, we are now going to provide you with information, evidence and tips so you can be a high performing leader.
On this episode of the Sportspeople Recruitment active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Miles Stewart about a lifetime of chasing results, winning an ITU World Triathlon Championship, the challenge of transitioning out of sport, lessons learnt in managing people and being CEO of Triathlon Australia. We also delve into the detrimental side of corporate life, when a competitive instinct can become destructive, why the MEMOS Masters Degree has taken him out of his comfort zone, and designing a wellness structure to support