Our guest special in this episode, Max Walker, is a Member of the Order of Australia, a former professional sportsman in 2 sports, both australian football and international cricket, an architect, an author with 7 number 1 bestselling books, a media celebrity and much-loved sports commentator.Details
Our guest special guest Mark Sydow been involved with the live music business in Australia for over 30 years. He has worked as a band manager, concert promoter, record producer, sound engineer, production company owner, festival director, event manager and radio presenter.
He currently manages artists such as Ross Wilson, Mondo Rock, Daddy Cool and Josh Owen.Details
Our special guest in this episode, Jenny Butcher, is one of Australia’s most highly regarded Human Resource Directors.
Jenny has worked in both the Commercial & not for profit sectors and also as a consultant, holding a range of leadership roles at organizations including Accenture, Hudson & Logical Edge and has helped clients such as Sensis, Johnson & Johnson, Janssen-Cilag, Perpetual and Visy.
Jenny talks openly about her own experiences and also passes on valuable advice about how to create a ‘business case’ to be recruited!
Don’t miss this episode with Jenny.Details
Our special guest this week, Peter O’Brien, studied art, worked in theatre & film, became an art director, and is now a successful inventor & manufacturer selling his products globally.
His amazing journey shows how fascinating and incredible your career can be. Don’t miss it!
Retail CEO Brian Kelly
The inaugural episode of Careers Unplugged kicks off with one of Australia’s business leaders. Brian Kelly has spent more than 30 years as a senior executive in the retail & career management industries. He has held
leadership roles as CEO of national retail giant Retravision and GM of Pioneer Electronics,
and CEO of Australia’s leading career Management Company for Youth, Managers, Executives and Professionals.
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