active CEO Podcast #51 Chris Robb Money Can’t Buy Experiences

active CEO Podcast #51 Chris Robb Money Can’t Buy Experiences

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Chris Robb about mass participation sport events, growing the Standard Chartered Marathon to over 60,00 participants, being the course manager for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games marathon, and changing people’s lives through money can’t buy experiences. We also delve into the immense power of pause, coping with it being lonely at the top as a CEO, collaborative leadership, inspiring others to make a powerful impact on the world and serving a tennis ball into the back of Sir Richard Branson’s head.

active CEO Podcast #48 Cassandra Heilbronn Breaking Down Barriers

active CEO Podcast #48 Cassandra Heilbronn Breaking Down Barriers

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Cassandra Heilbronn about her journey into law; specializing in sport, sponsorship and social media law at Minter Ellison; founding The Prominenti Society; and drafting legislation in Sports, Entertainment & Events in Saudi Arabia. We also go in depth talking about sport integrity, empowering women, mental health and breaking down barriers.

active CEO Podcast #47 Sasa Sestic A World Beyond Coffee

active CEO Podcast #47 Sasa Sestic A World Beyond Coffee

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Sasa Sestic about escaping three wars, transitioning from 2000 Sydney Olympic Games Handball player to entrepreneur, creating ONA Coffee, the powerful impact of Project Origin, winning the 2015 Barista World Championships and a world beyond coffee. We take a deep dive into building a team of innovators, creating a competitive environment, chasing excellence, collaborating with winemaker Tim Kirk from Clonakilla, The Coffee Man movie and book, and the realization that coffee was much more than a social drink.

active CEO Podcast #46 Jemimah Ashleigh Position of Influence

active CEO Podcast #46 Jemimah Ashleigh Position of Influence

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Jemimah Ashleigh about being a profiler in the Australian Federal Police, her Amazon best-selling book Position Me, creating The Business Experiment podcast, and her rollercoaster ride as an entrepreneur. We also delve into her involvement with Thankyou and The Hope Project, perseverance, wellness and failing the Andy Frisella 75Hard Challenge.

Workplace Wellness: World Health Organization Recognizes Burn-out

Workplace Wellness: World Health Organization Recognizes Burn-out

This week the World Health Organization (WHO) formally recognized ‘Burn-out’ as an official occupational phenomenon. It classified burn-out as ‘a syndrome conceptualized as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed’. Will this mean that Workplace Wellness could be the next Royal Commission or Presidential Commission?

active CEO Podcast #36 Kate and Sam Cawthorn The Best Is Yet To Come

active CEO Podcast #36 Kate and Sam Cawthorn The Best Is Yet To Come

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Kate and Sam Cawthorn about their life-defining moment; Sam being uniquely wired as a futurist; Kate understanding the beauty of Gallup Clifton Strengths Finder assessment; the magic of storyshowing; and Proximity is Power. We also delve into ‘why’ behind Speakers Institute and Speakers Tribe; being a selfless CEO; recovering with purpose; shifting the energy of a room; orchestrating peoples attention; and being in the transformational personal development industry.

active CEO Podcast #35 Andrew Klein Speaking Its An Occupational Hazard

active CEO Podcast #35 Andrew Klein Speaking Its An Occupational Hazard

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Andrew Klein, his struggle with being a lawyer; how debating and theater sports led to a career in speaking; why authenticity is number one for speakers; the art of influence, persuasion and presence; the importance of recovery as a performer; and leading an active and healthy lifestyle. He also energetically talks about aspiring to be Michael Jordan; idolising the comedy science of Jerry Seinfeld; dressing up as the ‘Swedish Chef’ from the Muppets; introducing Sir Bob Geldof; and delivering pub quizzes.

active CEO Podcast #33 Garry Mills Yes Prime Minister

active CEO Podcast #33 Garry Mills Yes Prime Minister

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.

active CEO Podcast #32 Alex Richardson The Art of Mentoring

active CEO Podcast #32 Alex Richardson The Art of Mentoring

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.

active CEO Podcast #31 Holly Ransom Next Generational Leadership

active CEO Podcast #31 Holly Ransom Next Generational Leadership

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Holly Ransom about being forensically curious; the richness of a conversation; importance of pre-game routine; the power of reverse mentoring; learning to harness fear; and intergenerational leadership in the 21st Century.

We explore conversations with Sir Richard Branson and former US President Barak Obama; high performance leadership; what makes New Zealand Primeminister, Jacinda Ardern a great leader; signing up 100 days before her first Ironman triathlon; and Learning from a Lifetime of Experience on the Coffee Pods Podcast.