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ART | ARTISTS | BOOKS | POETRY David Krut Projects is an alternative arts institution dedicated to encouraging an awareness of and careers in the arts and related literature and media, and to promoting contemporary culture in a dynamic, collaborative environment. In Johannesburg, we have exhibition project spaces and an adjacent bookstore located at 151 Jan Smuts Avenue; Arts on Main, the major arts hub adjacent to downtown Johannesburg; and the Montebello Design Centre in Newlands, Cape Tow ...
 
I'm Ann Collins, a Leadership Advisor, Coach and Trainer. Every couple of weeks, I'll be bringing you an insightful interview with a senior leader who is extraordinary in some way, who stands out and who loves what they do. Join me for conversations and thoughts that could change the way you think, the way you lead. For free resources, events to help you transform your leadership and to be part of a dynamic community, join our Love to Lead Community. You can find details in the show notes or ...
 
Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE, with selected new podcasts that will span a wide range of subject areas including business, humanities, social sciences, and science, technology, and medicine. Our Podcasts are designed to act as teaching tools, providing further insight into our content through editor and author commentaries and interviews with special guests. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and ...
 
The Innovators podcast, a product of Harris Search Associates, features interesting conversations with global thought leaders in the areas of higher education and research, engineering, technology, and the health sciences and provides our listeners an opportunity to benefit from lessons learned from the national leaders changing the landscape of innovation and discovery.
 
The Australian Public Service is playing a critical role in delivering the Australian Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Across all areas and levels of the APS, action is being taken to implement the policies of the Australian Government to support the Australian community. Each week on ‘Work with Purpose’ we will talk to key individuals who are leading the response inside the Australian Public Service. ‘Work with Purpose’ will give listeners a unique perspective on how the Aust ...
 
Rev. Ismaila Hansmittson Awudu is a dynamic man of God who ministers under the apostolic grace and prophetic gifting. He is a charismatic leader and a visionary, provocative thinker, an entrepreneur, a writer and publisher, church development consultant and a Life Coach. He is result oriented and a goal getter, a man with passion for self-development and desire for excellence in all endeavors. Pursuit for academic excellence is a passion for the astute man of God, for this reason he has comp ...
 
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In this episode, Britt Lawton spoke to Stephen Carton-Barber on he self-published book titled "African Game: Species & Subspecies.""The subspecies of today are the species of tomorrow." - Stephen Carton-Barber.Stephen speaks about his reference book on African game which contains sixty-three chapters, listing hundreds of species and subspecies of A…
 
As life in the Australian Public Service continues to move at a scorching pace in delivering the priorities of the government, the increasing influence of digital technology and data in defining new ways of working to deliver value for citizens has never been more important. At the heart of this transformation is the mission to make the lives of Au…
 
In this episode, artist and archivist Gail Behrmann chats to Britt Lawton ahead of her upcoming exhibition titled TOMORROW - opening at 142 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood Johannesburg on 24 April 2021. Gail discusses her artistic practice including the love of painting, the inspiration from Tang poetry and the process behind her artist books. She also …
 
Richard brings a unique approach to mental health with his connections to education, research, business and the media. He joins the dots very elegantly between the academic and the "real" world and this made for a very interesting conversation! We talked about a range of topics from his voluntary work in the Philippines via his work in education an…
 
Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick, President of Howard University, joins Innovators to talk about how his institution continues to deliver excellence in many fields, and how Howard is innovating to cope with the ongoing pandemic. Dr. Frederick was named Howard president in 2014, and also serves as the distinguished Charles R. Drew Professor of Surgery. Dr. …
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of being able to find, access, analyse, and share trusted and reliable digital information in a timely and responsive manner. The National Archives, like most of the APS have been extremely busy during the pandemic, ensuring that the governments most important records are documented, so that they…
 
Catching up with Hans van Rijn after 20 years was a real pleasure! Hans is a highly experienced project manager and team leader and has worked in international development for many years. His professional expertise aside, what stood out for me in our conversation is his desire to help others develop and progress, either those in his team or young p…
 
2020 will be forever remembered as the year of the COVID-19 pandemic. But in Australia, the ferocious bushfires of 2019 that burned well into the new year will never be forgotten. The strain of such significant events was recognised early and the National Bushfire Recovery Agency and the Mental Health Commission worked quickly to deliver necessary …
 
For this week’s Special Episode of Work with Purpose we are joined by Jacqui Curtis, Head of the HR Profession, Randall Brugeaud, Head of the Digital Profession and Dr David Gruen, Head of the Data Profession. As part of the 2019 Independent Review of the Public Service, the Government agreed to establish Professions to build capability and support…
 
In this episode, South African contemporary artist Anna van der Ploeg chats to Britt Lawton about her artistic process, her experience with artist residencies, the influence of environment and culture, her collaboration with the team at the David Krut Workshop, bee keeping and so much more...The David Krut Workshop (DKW) was excited to announce the…
 
After more than a 100 years of marking IWD, is it time to take another look at it? What's the point of it and is it still relevant? Beyond the official goals of celebrating the achievements of women and raising awareness about gender equality, how can we use it to actually make a difference? If you want to find out more about how you can address th…
 
What a pleasure to have this conversation about an issue that has been at the heart of my own work in education and leadership in different contexts. Perrine brings a refreshing and action-oriented approach to inclusion: she speaks the language of the corporate world and she understands the need for accessible and practical advice on how to bring d…
 
It's a question that people often ask: why Blue Bottle coaching? So here's the answer.... A story of being inspired, hope and connection and how I aim to bring those elements to all my coaching practice. For free resources, events and more information about our programmes: to help you transform your leadership and to be part of a dynamic community,…
 
Dr. Elsa Murano, the former president of Texas A&M and current director of the Borlaug Institute for International Agriculture, joins Innovators to talk about the world's food production system and how it has been disrupted during the pandemic. Dr. Murano was appointed Under Secretary of Agriculture for Food Safety in the United States Department o…
 
Welcome to part 1 of our 3 part series on Global Leadership coming to you over the next few weeks. Our first episode is all about working across different languages. This is not discussed much in the traditional "global leadership" literature and yet, whilst it's simple on one level, it can be so important when building connections across teams, or…
 
A fascinating episode that arguably covers some of the most important themes in leadership at the moment: global leadership, the need to be global citizens and developing our skills to connect across cultures, innovation and a growth mindset! Jahn brings a unique perspective drawing on his childhood in Kazakhstan, his experience of moving to live i…
 
COVID-19 presents the perfect example of the modern, complex, and rapidly evolving challenges facing the APS. The government is responding flexibly to demand on high priority, cross-cutting policy and delivery issues, with its ability to act efficiently and effectively hinging on principles of collaboration and mobility. Recently we’ve seen the eme…
 
This is a newly created free course for senior leaders, executives and business owners who want to discover the essential skills and mindset to becoming a courageous leader. Onto our final day and we're looking at how to bring all these strands together and how coaching can help to fill in the missing piece: beliefs-thoughts-action. A special exerc…
 
This is a newly created free course for senior leaders, executives and business owners who want to discover the essential skills and mindset to becoming a courageous leader. Day 4 is all about courageous communication: the common pitfalls and how to avoid them, leaning in to difficult conversations as a priority and how to prepare for difficult con…
 
This is a newly created free course for senior leaders, executives and business owners who want to discover the essential skills and mindset to becoming a courageous leader. Welcome back to Day 3: creating a culture of courage in your team where we're looking at strategies to build resilience, nurture a growth mindset, celebrate and integrate succe…
 
In this episode of the David Krut Podcast, artist Helena Uambembe speaks to Britt Lawton about her artistic practice; her interest in the archive; personal identity; language & working at the David Krut Workshop on a collaborative project in 2020.Helena is an interdisciplinary artist who currently uses printmaking, performance and photography to re…
 
This is a newly created free course for senior leaders, executives and business owners who want to discover the essential skills and mindset to becoming a courageous leader. Welcome to Day 2: how curiosity builds courage where we explore the idea of building self-awareness, managing emotions as "data", removing judgement and asking key questions to…
 
This is a newly created free course for senior leaders, executives and business owners who want to discover the essential skills and mindset to becoming a courageous leader. It will only be available online until Tuesday 9th February. In Day 1, you will need to access the fabulous painting by Turner: HERE and use the magnifying glass to zoom in to …
 
Klara Jelinkova, Vice President for International Operations and IT at Rice University, joins Innovators to talk about how technology influences and can enhance international education at universities of higher education. Jelinkova holds a Master's in Education from Boston University and a Bachelor's in Economics and Slavic Languages from the Unive…
 
The rise of cyber crime and cyber warfare have forced governments around the world to rethink how they define safety and security. With Australia experiencing a record number of cyber threats, the role of government in combatting this threat is more important than ever. In this episode of Work with Purpose, we are joined by Hamish Hansford, the Fir…
 
In January 2021, we are still in the midst of the COVID crisis and yet, I would argue, we need to shift quickly from this mode of "crisis" towards "thriving in difficult time", to help our teams, to future proof our organisations and to lay the foundations for leading with learning and development at its heart. This episode follows on from the prev…
 
This is part 2 in a series looking at the impact of COVID and working from home on leaders and their teams (for part 1, please look at the previous BONUS episode!). Ann Collins talks in this LIVE solo episode about switching from crisis mode to "thriving in difficult times" mode and as a result of her research, she suggests strategies for leaders a…
 
A departure from our usual format today as I had the privilege of welcoming both Patrick Latham and Wesley Durston, cricketers, coaches and authors, to talk about leadership in the game of cricket and in particular the "mental game". A fascinating discussion looking at cricket and leadership and the possible lessons for leaders in all sectors are c…
 
Dr. Michael Lomax, president and CEO of the United Negro College Fund (UNCF), joins Innovators to assess the long-term impact of 2020's high-profile protests against systemic racism in the wake of the murders of George Floyd and other unarmed Black Americans. Dr. Lomax also talks about the ongoing pandemic that has claimed the lives of Black Americ…
 
In our final instalment of the 2020 Retrospective Series of Work with Purpose, we give you our episode with the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR). In this podcast, you will hear from the CEO of ACIAR Andrew Campbell along with his incredible team. If you want to hear some inspiring stories about the APS, this is a mu…
 
A solo LIVE podcast from Ann Collins reporting on her research on how the COVID crisis and working from home has impacted on leaders. This episode is part 1, looking at the unexpected positive effects. Part 2, coming in the next BONUS episode will be looking at strategies to help leaders continue to lead remotely during this period of lockdown. To …
 
A solo LIVE podcast episode from Ann Collins talking about her work in the field of leadership coaching and how she uses coaching and research alongside each other to serve her coaching clients. She uses the example of her recent research on the impact of COVID and working from home on senior leaders to explain how this works in practice. To contac…
 
Tune in to hear Rick Sanderson talk about his extensive leadership experience in the food industry in buying and selling, his approach to leading his team to be creative in their business planning with a shared vision and values and how he is supporting a cause particularly close to his heart. Rick has over 25 years of experience in a tough industr…
 
Dr. Caroline Buckee, Associate Director of the Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics at Harvard University, joins Innovators to talk about championing the fight against infectious diseases and what challenges still lie ahead for the world of public health in a post-COVID-19 world. After completing her undergraduate studies, Buckee earned a maste…
 
In this LIVE solo episode, Ann Collins shares some ideas on how to approach planning ahead to make a great impact in uncertain times. She looks at using intentions as a guide, using well-framed goals that focus on results rather than actions as a way of allowing flexibility and ensuring impact in 2021. To contact Ann Collins: For free resources, ev…
 
This week we continue our 2020 Retrospective Series of Work with Purpose. In our last episode, we re-played our episode with Professor Brendan Murphy and Caroline Edwards. This week we are giving you another opportunity to listen to our episode with the Secretary of the Treasury Dr. Steven Kennedy, the CEO of the Commonwealth Bank Matt Comyn and th…
 
In this inspiring episode, Marie Benton talks to me about her incredible journey and work with The Choir With No Name, a national charity that she founded and continues to run in the UK. They support some of the most vulnerable people in our society: those who are homeless or marginalised. Her approach to leadership is innovative in so many ways! S…
 
This week we begin the 2020 Retrospective Series of Work with Purpose. Over the coming weeks, we will be uploading some of the podcast highlights from 2020. In this week’s episode of Work with Purpose, we re-play contentgroup CEO David Pembroke’s June interview with Professor Brendan Murphy and Caroline Edwards. He loves Italy, her mother was born …
 
Dr. Allison Brashear, Dean of the University of California-Davis School of Medicine, joins Innovators to talk about her program’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how the pandemic has helped her West Coast medical school expand translational research, topple organizational silos, and embrace a curricular shift to lifelong learning. Dr. Brashea…
 
In this fascinating episode, Susan speaks very honestly about her experience of working in Nepal in the field of business and English language teaching. With over 20 years of experience of working in Kathmandu, she explains how she has coped with the challenges of working in a male dominated environment and how she has built her team, instilled con…
 
Trust in the Australian Commonwealth Government has risen to new heights during the COVID-19 pandemic. With 2020 coming to a close, this podcast explores this year’s increase in political trust, and how trust levels will be shaped in the near future. In this special episode of the Work with Purpose podcast, we are joined by the Director of Democrac…
 
While the Northern Territory has been comparatively free from the coronavirus, with only 53 confirmed cases, COVID-19 has still presented numerous and complex challenges. Just consider the logistical complications of the region’s vast expanse and diverse population, which includes some of Australia’s most remote communities. Jodie Ryan, Chief Execu…
 
In this very timely episode, Pilar Orti, an expert in how to transition teams to remote or distributed working, talks about the challenges and opportunities presented to us by the explosion of remote/home working due to COVID. She shares her insight and advice on how we can best help team members to feel connected and engaged to each other and thei…
 
With each state and territory having such different pandemic experiences, how do you support businesses to keep operating? We hear from two of Australia’s key workplace regulatory authorities in this week’s edition of Work With Purpose. We are joined by Sandra Parker PSM, the Fair Work Ombudsman, and Sue Weston PSM, the CEO of Comcare, which is Aus…
 
Donde Plowman, PhD, Chancellor of the University of Tennessee’s flagship Knoxville campus, discusses her institution’s COVID-19 response in the latest installment of Innovators. Chancellor Plowman earned her doctorate in strategic management from the University of Texas at Austin, an undergraduate degree with a major in English from Southern Method…
 
Ame Bell and Britt Lawton from the David Krut Gallery team visited artist Heidi Fourie at her studio in Pretoria to view her latest paintings and catch up on the exciting things to come.In this episode of the David Krut Podcast, Pretoria based painter Heidi Fourie speaks to Britt Lawton about her artistic practice, her process of painting, the infl…
 
Martin describes how his love of humanitarian work has shaped every stage of his career from his first experiences in Tanzania in the 90s, via Nepal during the civil war to his work coordinating programmes in Mexico. His passion for his work and admiration for the people he meets and works with is evident. As a leader, he leads multilingual, multid…
 
In this episode, Lesotho based artist Patrick Rorke spoke to Britt Lawton about his career in the arts; his involvement in arts education programs in Morija; collaborating with the team at the David Krut Workshop; his short term residency in Johannesburg; his artwork at the Constitutional Court, the importance of communication and story telling & w…
 
Whether it’s managing supply chains for troops in East Timor, or guiding an Australian Government department through the COVID-19 crisis, shared purpose and mission are critical. It is this shared sense of purpose and mission that enables teams to achieve extraordinary outcomes for the people they serve. How do you tap into this shared purpose when…
 
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