Vicki Standish has led an extraordinary life of struggle and achievement, and has never before agreed to be interviewed about it. Her rich and varied working life has spanned jobs from air hostess to working for a not-for-profit organisation negotiating with the Federal Government over issues that included nuclear testing in the Pacific. Abused as a child, she has come full circle to helping children and young people as a philanthropist through her various sub funds and foundations.Details
Paul Faulkner was a teenage swimming star, had a brief foray as a male model and then commenced a career with the world’s #1 sports and fitness brand, Nike. Learn what Paul did to build a dream career.Details
Heart centered AFL star Daniel Jackson is right AT the decision to change career. Check out Dan’s journey learn how you can change too.Details
Mitch Matthews is an author and an authority on some of my favourite topics –
In particular, innovative thinking, engagement, goal achievement, work-place mentoring AND…. how to expand and achieve your biggest dreams in life!!
eff Riseley’s meteoric rise to the highest echelon’s of international sport is the stuff of fairy tales – inspired by the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne in 2006, Jeff committed to playing his biggest game in life and within two years had competed at both the World Championship and Olympic Games.Details
In the second of our Melbourne Victory special edition episodes, guest co-hosts Adrian Leijer and Leigh Broxham join Stu Hayes to interview non other than AFL Premiership coach Paul Roos and Wesfarmers Retail guru Ian McLeod.
This is an episode not to miss – learn from Paul and Ian as they share openly about their careers, families and the tough path of leadership at the highest level.Details
This week on Careers Unplugged Stu is joined by Melbourne Victory football stars Adrian Leijer and Leigh Broxham and interviews Masterchef George Calombaris and Socceroo legend Craig Moore about career change, career transition and what they recommend people should do early in their careers to achieve success in the future.Details
Michael Brown is one of Australia’s foremost professional sports administrators and is presently CEO of Austrlaia’s 2015 AFC Asian Cup organisation body – an event anticipated to bring 45,000 spectators and 3.500 media to this country.
During a career exceeding two decades, Michael has also held significant leadership roles in two other sports, serving as General Manager, Cricket, with Cricket Australia for 9 years and as CEO of AFL powerhouse, Hawthorn for 6 years.
This episode of careers Unplugged is an absolute MUST for anyone who has ever dreamed of making an impact in the professional sporting industry. Michael’s open guidance and sharing are wonderful.Details
Rich Sayer’s career has been defined by two huge decisions, firstly to step away from life as an advertising executive in the ‘Big Apple’ to become a singer & guitarist, then later, after more than 2,500 gigs playing with some of Australia’s top musicians, to turn Instinct Entertainment into one of Australia’s leading Corporate Events Companies.
Don’t miss this episode in which Stu Hayes explores the entertainment & event management career of his long-time friend and Careers Unplugged co-host.Details
Wouldn’t it be great if there were more female CEO’s in Australia? In the world?
Susanne Bransgrove is Managing Director of governance specialists AMPLIFI GOVERNANCE, and this week Susanne joins us on Careers Unplugged this week to talk about family business, moving countries, being a female business leader and even field hockey.Details