Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #199 Nina Mapson Bone Meaningful Work

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #199 Nina Mapson Bone Meaningful Work

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #199 Nina Mapson Bone Meaningful Work

Meaningful Work

On this episode of the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Nina Mapson Bone about Meaningful Work, communication as a key aspect of leadership and building relationships within organisations.

We also dive deeper into creating a sense of purpose and community within organisations, challenges in the workplace and recruitment, and the four key factors of meaningful work.

Nina Mapson Bone  – Meaningful Work

Nina Mapson Bone is the managing director of Beaumont People, a renowned recruitment and consulting firm, a powerful speaker, and the author of the career-changing book Meaningful Work. She is an Opinion Columnist at CEOWORLD magazine and has diverse experience working with Robert Half International, the University of Sydney, and Chandler Macleod Group.

She is a graduate of The University of Edinburgh and the Australian Institute of Company Directors.  Nina is also the President of the Recruitment, Consulting, and Staffing Association of Australia and New Zealand, and the Chair of the Development Committee of the NORTH Foundation—an organisation dedicated to advancing medical research and patient care. 

Nina talks about:

  • Growing up in the UK
  • Setting out to be a leader from an early stage
  • Organisations and employers looking at transferable skills and using skills-based recruiting
  • Meaningful Work
  • Societal factors in producing meaningful work
  • Human skills needed to persevere and the ability to overcome struggles
  • Moved formally into recruiting upon arriving in Australia in 2002
  • How a company’s dealing with the fact that people don’t tend to stick around as long anymore
  • People are less clear on what they’re looking for
  • Searching for a sense of purpose and belonging in a workplace
  • Employers being loyal to their people and people being loyal to their employers
  • Leaders creating a great culture within organisations
  • Using your people’s strengths to motivate them to perform better
  • Getting better at acknowledging people’s mistakes
  • Communication is key in leadership
  • Relationship building between employers and employees
  • The need for deep work versus collaboration
  •  Four kinds of key factors of meaningful work


“Leaders need to be thinking about working on how can they keep, how can they retain and develop their people and keep them involved.” Leaders giving their members a sense of purpose with Nina Mapson Bone on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.

“I would much rather work with organisations that are great places to work. I have a great culture & great environment. That’s the style of recruitment we do.” Nina Mapson Bone on their recruitment style at Beaumont on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.

“There’s a lot of evidence to show that when people work to their strengths, they perform better, they better engage, they’re less stressed, they’re more vital, they’re more creative. So if you know what your people’s strengths are and you are able as a leader to allocate the kind of tasks and resources and workload based on the strengths, you’ll get better performance.” Using your people’s strengths with Nina Mapson Bone on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast. 

Resources Mentioned in this show:

Nina Mapson Bone
Nina Mapson Bone LinkedIn
Nina Mapson Bone Instagram
Craig Johns
Craig Johns
Craig Johns LinkedIn
Craig Johns Facebook
Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast

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Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #187 Roxanne Calder Employable In The Future

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #187 Roxanne Calder Employable In The Future

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #187 Roxanne Calder Employable In The Future

Employable In The Future

On this episode of the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Roxanne Calder about Employable In The Future, human resources, and balancing recruitment and redundancies.

We also dive deeper into the attributes to assure your working future, verbal and non-verbal communication in leadership, and HR issues affecting the modern workforce.

Roxanne Calder – Employable In The Future

Roxanne Calder is a recruitment specialist and the Founder and Managing Director of EST10. With a BA in HR from Monash University and an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management, Roxanne brings a unique blend of expertise to the table. Her journey has been nothing short of thrilling, starting from her early days in hospitality and learning Japanese in the vibrant country itself. From there, she found her calling working with the renowned recruiter, Julia Ross, before eventually establishing her own groundbreaking company, EST10.

Besides her passion for recruitment and entrepreneurship, she dreams of one day owning a mini farm filled with Clydesdale horses, fainting goats, and even a Giant Eagle! Yes, you heard that right – her vision knows no bounds.

Roxanne talks about:

  • Living in Scotland, Southern Africa, Japan and Melbourne.
  • Building resilience and being exposed to a lot of different cultures from a young age
  • Learning different languages – Russian, Japanese, French –  and an interest in linguistics
  • The work ethics and working situations in Asia, Australia, and the UK
  • AI and the concerns in employment and human resources
  • Employable, –Seven Attributes to Assure Your Working Future
  • The advancement of AI and its role in employment and education
  • Importance of adapting to technological changes and upskilling
  • Having a growth mindset
  • Momentum in jobs and careers
  • Pace of change in skills
  • Handling redundancies, human resources and recruitment
  • Longevity with roles from a business perspective
  • Loyalty, reflection, and different perspectives in the modern workforce
  • Developing a high level of self-awareness
  • What makes you truly employable in today’s competitive job marketplace


“I think also this is why managers, leaders have to be genuine, authentic, real because when you acknowledge you’re giving off the message subtly of something that’s in conflict with what you’re saying and people will pick up on that even if they don’t realize it at the moment, they will go away with some level of feeling or intuition.” Roxanne Calder talks about the importance of nonverbal cues in the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast. 

“I understand why people are scared there or fearful or worried about it. It’s our next big thing. It’s as big as the Internet. So I understand why people might be concerned, but I think they should take a different view on it. They should be embracing it, getting ahead of it, getting on top of it.” AI and human resources with Roxanne Calder on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast. 

“It’s always about learning and refining and applying. What you’ve learned doesn’t have to be just about the job. It can be about yourself. And it’s probably even more powerful if you can learn more about yourself.” Reflections from past and current jobs with Roxanne Calder on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast. 

Resources Mentioned in this show:

Roxanne Calder
Roxanne Calder LinkedIn
Craig Johns
Craig Johns
Craig Johns LinkedIn
Craig Johns Facebook
Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast

Recommended Reading:

Employable 7 Attributes to Assure Your Working Future Book

Todd Greenberg NRL active CEO Podcast

active CEO Podcast #65 Todd Greenberg More Than A Game

Todd Greenberg CEO NRL active CEO Podcast
Todd Greenberg – CEO NRL

On this episode of the Sportspeople Recruitment active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Todd Greenberg about focusing on more than a game, the importance of EQ as a leader, choosing character before talent, CEO loneliness and life under intense public scrutiny as CEO of NRL. We also delve into Rugby League being owned by its fans, looking through the lens of what’s in the best interest of the game, channelling your competitive instinct as a leader, sport enabling social change and tribalism in professional sports.

Todd Greenberg – More Than A Game

Todd Greenberg is a grateful and humble leader, who loves connecting with people in one of the world’s toughest sports, Rugby League. Known as one of Australia’s top sport administrators, Todd is a handy cricket player who would love to be a defence lawyer, and is passionate about building inclusive and engaged communities through sport.

He completed a Sports Science degree at the College of Knowledge and a Masters of Sport Management at University of Technology Sydney. His career has included Events & Promotions Manager at Cricket NSW; Operations & Events Manager and CEO at Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs; General Manager at ANZ Stadium; Head of Football at the NRL; and is currently the CEO of NRL.

Todd talks about:

  • Growing up in one of the world’s great sporting cities, Sydney.
  • The life lessons from playing in a team sport environment.
  • Being from a family where work ethic was principally driven from his parents
  • Always believe intuitively in your own ability and back yourself consistently.
  • Bob Radford, CEO of NSW Cricket, was one of the early influences on his professional career.
  • Surviving in sports administration takes an equal set of IQ as well as EQ.
  • Being the youngest CEO in the NRL when appointed to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.
  • As leaders of a sports club you effectively become the custodians for that period of time.
  • Fans are emotionally connected with the brand and the colours of that club.
  • Sports teams as a pillar of community bringing multiple cultures and communities together.
  • Your players inside the club need to understand the broader scope of their responsibilities.
  • The role of sport enabling social change in society.
  • Rugby league wants to be a game for all, irrelevant of where you come from.
  • Recharging the batteries and being disciplined to find time away from sport.
  • His first 100 days in office as CEO of NRL.
  • The most immediate challenge was people, culture and relationships.
  • The NRL tackling shifting the behaviours and mindsets of the players.
  • Supporting the family and their role in the players performance.
  • Mentally and emotionally coping with having to regularly fronting integrity-related issues.
  • The importance of a team of mentors.
  • Doing something for someone else and not expecting something in return.

Active CEO Performance Tip

active CEO Performance – Cultivate Performance – Performance doesn’t occur on its own. It requires hard work, consistency, recovering with purpose and most importantly discipline. You need to cultivate your performance through being disciplined and ensuring that you have established the small repeatable daily actions that are required to achieve your goals. Discipline is a work in practice, it is something you need to develop, train and then maintain to be successful.


“It’s not about being fitter, faster and stronger, it’s actually being a better person, a more rounded individual who can contribute back to their communities.” Todd Greenberg talks about character over player, on the Sportspeople Recruitment active CEO Podcast.

“Playing a team sport particularly, irrelevant of what sport it is, provides you so many life lessons, particularly for your business life.” Todd Greenberg on the life lessons from team sports, on the Sportspeople Recruitment active CEO Podcast.

Resources Mentioned in this show:

Todd Greenberg Twitter
Todd Greenberg Wikipedia
National Rugby League
Craig Johns Speaker
Craig Johns
Craig Johns LinkedIn

active CEO Podcast Jennie Wyllie (Netball New Zealand) – Challenge Privately Support Publicly

active CEO Podcast #44 Jennie Wyllie Challenge Privately Support Publicly

Jennie Wyllie – Chief Executive Netball NZ

On this episode of the Sportspeople Recruitment active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Jennie Wyllie about growing up watching the New Zealand Silver Ferns netball team, coping with intense public scrutiny, challenge employees privately and support publicly, and leading a high performing team as Chief Executive of Netball New Zealand. We also discuss standing out from other graduates at PricewaterhouseCoopers, the impact of the Tanya Dalton Foundation, an internal review following the 2018 Commonwealth Games, and resetting the body and mind by taking family vacations to her kiwi batch at the beach.

Jennie Wyllie

Jennie Wyllie is a wonderful leader who has navigated some major transformations in a short period of time. In her current role of Chief Executive of Netball New Zealand, she has led the implementation of the ‘Whole of Netball Plan’ strategy, has managed the move back to a domestic elite competition and is using all her experience to implement the recommendations following a recent independent review into the National team.

She went to Pakuranga College in New Zealand, before completing a Bachelor of Commerce specialising in Accounting and Tax, from the University of Auckland. Today’s guest has also completed an Institute of Directors Companies Director Course, is a certified New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountant and has a Postgraduate Certificate in Management Studies at the University of Waikato.

Her career began in accounting and finance with roles, in New Zealand and the UK, at Price Waterhouse Coopers, Discovery Networks, GlaxoSmithKline, Orange and Telecom New Zealand. While at Telecom New Zealand she spent time as a Next Generation Marketing Offers Lead before returning to finance as Head of Finance, Strategy and Services at Netball New Zealand.

Jennie talks about:

  • What is your differentiator – ‘just be me”
  • Being able to relate to everyone from the CEO and Board down to the receptionist.
  • Being an authentic leader – I am, what I am.
  • To be high performing you need to wrap yourself with experts in the field.
  • Balancing working in the business versus working on the business is a major challenge.
  • Coping with the intense public scrutiny, especially when the team may not be playing well.
  • The independent review of the unsuccessful 2018 Commonwealth Games Silver Ferns.
  • If you are not living the values of the team, who is going to hold you to account.
  • Balancing a focus on participation versus the elite side of the sport.
  • Recognising all the hard work that volunteers do in the netball community.
  • Ensuring that the health and wellness of our coaches and employees are being looked after.
  • Coaches challenges are not so much different to the athletes.
  • “How do we support our female coaches?” because they are different from the men coaches.
  • We encourage staff to stay active including a wellness day, where it is all tools down.
  • Requiring a growth mindset in sport as it reinvigorates you to go for that next challenge.

Active CEO Wellness Tip

It’s Not About You! – You are here to SERVE, You are here to CONTRIBUTE and you are here to make a DIFFERENCE. As a leader you have to let go of the ego and make sure that everything that happens is about the team, is there for them and they can shine every single day.


“Weird natural high, a buzz, for me that’s when I know that things are clicking, you come up with ideas, you interact with people and bounce ideas off without fears of reprisal. That’s when I know!” Jennie Wyllie explaining her peak state of mind on the Sportspeople Recruitment active CEO Podcast.

“With an intense public scrutiny comes a level of engagement and ownership they have with the team… You have to back yourself to make good decisions, and be able to stand behind your choices and the decisions you make. ” Jennie Wyllie talks about coping with public scrutiny on the Sportspeople Recruitment active CEO Podcast.

“In high performance the environment for athletes is inherently unsafe. You can be selected or not selected at any one time. But for a high performing team you need to feel safe, vulnerable to share your strengths and weaknesses.” The high performance environment conundrum, with Jennie Wyllie, on the Sportspeople Recruitment active CEO Podcast.

Resources Mentioned in this show:

Jennie Wyllie LinkedIn
Netball NZ
Netball NZ
Craig Johns
Craig Johns LinkedIn
Ben Gathercole LinkedIn
Ben Gathercole Performance Coaching

Recommended Reading:

Better Than Winning – Ben Gathercole

active CEO Podcast #29 Brent Clayton Richest Kid In The Playground

Brent Clayton – Firefighter, CEO Fire Recruitment Australia & Authority Marketing Machine

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Brent Clayton about being a serial entrepreneur; turning adversity into opportunity; the determination to become a firefighter; and balancing democratic and autocratic leadership.

We also delve into learning discipline from the military; understanding the intricacies of a job; what it takes to be a firefighter; and the backstory of his businesses Fire Recruitment Australia and Authority Marketing Machine.


Brent Clayton is an active firefighter, author, coach, mentor and serial entrepreneur. He is a top Aussie bloke who has a passion for serving the community, helping people realise their dream of serving their country, and is in training to be on the front cover of the Australian Firefighters calendar in 2020.

A man of true resilience, who overcame failure to rise up and live his dream of being a firefighter. He turned the harsh lessons learnt of failing to meet his goals into being a highly successful entrepreneur with his company, Fire Recruitment Australia, a coaching and training platform for would-be firefighters.

He currently works as a senior station officer in Australia as well as running his own businesses. Before becoming a firefighter he was a prison guard and worked in the military prior to that.

Not one to sit still, he has just launched a new business called Authority Marketing Machine, and was once a star on Channel Ten’s, It’s a Knockout TV Game Show.

Brent talks about:

  • Commencing his entrepreneurial journey as a child delivering newspapers.
  • Being the richest kid in the playground.
  • Dreams of being a helicopter pilot.
  • The importance of learning about a job and its intricacies.
  • Incorporate serving your community or nation into the education system.
  • Dealing with conflict resolution as a prison guard.
  • Coping with being denied before being accepted into the fire service.
  • Monetizing the recruitment process and skills required to be a firefighter or policeman, by writing a book.
  • The five components of the recruitment process.
  • What the key characteristics are to being a firefighter.
  • Understanding what risks there are, how you can rectify the situation and what resources are required.
  • Your mind is clear to start looking for the anomalies.
  • Having a very structured routine around fitness, meditation and nutrition.
  • Routines make you free, because you don’t have to think about anything.
  • It’s only risky if you don’t know what you are doing.
  • Democratic versus autocratic leadership
  • What makes coaching and mentoring fulfilling?
  • The background behind the Authority Marketing Machine
  • The fitness routine of the firefighter.
  • Booking a flight in a fighter jet with a mate.
  • Solving the smartphone epidemic

Active CEO Wellness Tip

Small Incremental Efforts – To be successful you need to make small and consistent incremental efforts each day. Something as simple as 5min walk today and 6min tomorrow, or halving the amount of butter on your toast.


“If there is one thing you do, don’t get caught around the smoko table whinging, go do something constructive”. The best advice Brent Clayton received, on the active CEO Podcast.

“Understanding that the idea of something is not always enough to get what you want.” A lesson in growing up, with Brent Clayton, on the active CEO Podcast.

“When the alarm goes off, you get up. It’s not a conversation with yourself about whether you are going to get up.” Discussing discipline with Brent Clayton, on the active CEO Podcast.

Resources Mentioned in this show:

Fire Recruitment Australia
Fire Recruitment Australia Facebook
Fire Recruitment Australia Podcast
Brent Clayton
Brent Clayton LinkedIn
Brent Clayton Youtube
Craig Johns
Craig Johns LinkedIn
Ben Gathercole LinkedIn
Ben Gathercole Performance Coaching

Recommended Reading:

Fire Service Recruitment – The Process to Success Link
Better Than Winning – Ben Gathercole Link

Robert McMurtrie (Sports People Recruitment) – Pioneering With Green Fields

active CEO Podcast #22 Robert McMurtrie Pioneering With Green Fields

Robert McMurtrie – Founder Sports People Recruitment

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, we are talking 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.


Robert McMurtrie has been at the cutting edge of the sports industry for the last four decades. He is a man of integrity, respect, trust and a sharp eye for detail when it comes to ensuring people have the best chance of securing that dream job that desire.

It is very rare that someone gets a “green field’, clean slate, in every role they have ever worked in. His career in sport took a giant leap in 1985, after being a Sport & Recreation officer at the Australian National University and Macquarie University, when he was appointed the National Executive Director at Netball Australia. He then put the pedal to the metal with a highly successful tenure as the CEO and Event Director at the Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix.

Sporting events are special and Robert was fortunate to lead the delivery of five World Championship events, including three Motorcycle Grand Prix’s, the 1992 International Six Days Enduro and the 1988 Coca-Cola World Youth Netball Championships.

The 1987 Confederation of Australian Sport – Sport Administrator of the Year, is the founder and director of Sports People, the world’s first online job board for sport and is now the number 1 place to find sport, fitness, aquatics, recreation and leisure jobs. In 2018 they sold Sports People Job Market and now focus on People Recruitment Group.

Sport has always been a real passion, completing a Bachelor of Physical Education at the University of Western Australia and a Master of Education at the University of Sydney. He also studied Applied Personal Consulting, HR at Deakin University. O

Robert talks about:

  • You are not a great value to your family or employer if you are constantly tired.
  • Growing up in Woy Woy with a full on active lifestyle, where he first found a love for swimming
  • Starting out in the sport industry at Australian National University in Canberra, and setting up the first Sport and Recreation program at Macquarie University in Sydney.
  • People who was are the most likeable, are the most likely person to get a job.
  • “Any idea is not a bad idea”
  • Managing Australian Netball Captain, Liz Ellis, who made the comment that he had 100 ideas, 99 were really bad and one of those was really good.
  • The biggest change in the sport sector over the past 40 years.
  • Within sport the most consistent things about salaries are their inconsistencies.
  • Being first to market in the early days and being exclusive for the first ten years.
  • Establishing People Recruitment Group with his wife, after selling Sports People Job Market in 2018.
  • People Recruitment Group expanding with Fashion People and People Recruitment.
  • When recruiting People Recruitment Group staff they look for the ability to engage with people, to listen more than talk and to be a good judge of people.
  • People not reading the position description and information
  • Just because you can apply, doesn’t mean you should apply.
  • Its important to structure an interview process so it is conversational and incorporate an audition element such as a pre-planned scenario presentation
  • The power is always in the hands of the candidate.
  • Australia wins one gold medal and that is in the obesity stakes.
  • The influence of the late Deirdre Hyland AM, who was President of Netball Australia, had on his career.

Active CEO Wellness Tip

Quick Fix – How much time are you prepared to allocate and schedule each day of the week to ensure your mind and body are ready to deliver peak performance in the workplace? If you have a tight schedule, family commitments and travel often, it cannot be underestimated how beneficial doing short, intense sessions can be. If you are struggling to regularly keep fit, high-intensity exercise done in as little as 15-30min, 2 or 3 times a week, can still be incredibly beneficial for your health and fitness. No one can tell me that they can’t find 15-30min in their day, to take care of themselves!


“Recruitment is a two-way street. The employer is assessing if you are the right candidate and more importantly you are assessing whether they are the right employer for you.

” Deciding on a job with Robert McMurtrie on the active CEO Podcast.

“It doesn’t matter what your cash flow is, you can still run a business. Just make sure you have enough to cover the basics and keep doing what you do and it will improve.” Robert McMurtrie reveals what Peter Burns taught him in the early days as an entrepreneur on the active CEO Podcast.

“A coach being more than a coach, they teach you about what is possible, what you can do and why you should do it.” Robert McMurtrie explaining that there is more to a coach, on the active CEO Podcast.

Resources Mentioned in this show:

Sports People Recruitment
People Recruitment Group blog
Sports People Job Market
Macquarie University Sport & Recreation Link
Australian National University Sports & Recreation
Netball Australia
Motorcycling Grand Prix Australia
Craig Johns LinkedIn
Ben Gathercole LinkedIn
Ben Gathercole Performance Coaching

Recommended Reading:

Better Than Winning – Ben Gathercoles’s best selling book link

active CEO Podcast Trina Gordon (Boyden World Corporation) – Recruiting World Leaders

active CEO Podcast #7 Trina Gordon Recruiting the World’s Leaders

active CEO Episode 7 - Trina Gordon
Trina Gordon – CEO Boyden World Corporation

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns and Ben Gathercole speak with Trina Gordon delving into what it takes to be a leading global CEO, how a client-centric focus enhances Boyden, the importance of diversity in the search executive industry, what female CEO’s bring to companies, why work life integration is vital to the success of CEO’s, and we take an in-depth look at the CEO interview process.

Trina Gordon

Trina Gordon is the CEO of Boyden World Corporation, ranked by Forbes as top 10 search executive firm in 2018. She became the Search Executive Industry’s first female CEO in 2011, when she was announced as the president and CEO of Boyden World Corporation. Trina is regarded for her commitment to client service, professional quality and integrity. Running, staying fit, eating well and riding her Harley Davidson, allow her to perform at the highest level when recruiting CEO’s and C-Level Executives to some of the world’s leading businesses and organisations, including Fortune 500 companies.

Trina talks about:

  • The ability to listen, learn and understand social customs, practices and morals with a global company.
  • Connecting with their partners, providing services, resolving problems, talking through issues and opportunities on a daily basis.
  • The importance of creating a unique and intermit Boyden experience for clients.
  • Developing a learning and development team led by Chris Sweeney, Gray Hollett and Breck Armstrong.
  • Learning, drawing out and soliciting client needs through listening skills with well-timed and quality questions.
  • Being the lone women in the room and needing to be incredibly well prepared.
  • The benefits of selecting women leaders and If you are going to be relevant in the world, diversity is key.
  • Understanding what goes on in another part of the world from a business, societal, economic and cultural perspective
  • Why social media can be beneficial to a CEO.
  • The importance of CEO’s being on Boards of other companies or organisations
  • The importance of continued dialogue at the CEO level, and making sure that the CEO and Board are transitioning together very effectively, over a period of time.
  • Being fearless in making recommendations that may not be the safest ones.
  • What the key drivers Boyden are looking for when recruiting CEO’s
  • Why running provides a great sense of the ability to put things into perspective.
  • Fitness keeping her well disciplined, focused and builds up extra energy reserves.
  • Riding her Harley Davidson and gaining a greater awareness of the world.
  • The importance of starting each day by centering yourself.
  • Being able to prioritise what is strategically important in the moment.



“If you are going to be relevant in the world, diversity is key.” with Trina Gordon. You can listen here

Why being nimble, earning trust, developing credibility, building relationships and being incredibly well prepared has been pivotal? Listen to Trina Gordon and gain an insight into leading by example on the active CEO Podcast.

Resources Mentioned in this show:

Recommended Reading:

Trina Gordon Articles

Better Than Winning – Ben’s best selling book Link

Previous active CEO Podcast Episodes:

#6 – Indiran Padayachee (RentCorp) – Winning Only Matters link
#5 – Suzie Hoitink (Clear Complexions) – Enemy of a Great Life is a Good One link
#4 – Rene Zondag (PBI) – People Are Our Greatest Asset link
#3 – Anne Gripper (NSW Office of Sport) – 6 C’s of Leadership link 
#2 – active CEO Intro (NRG2Perform) Part 2 link
#1 – active CEO Intro (NRG2Perform) Part 1 link