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Updated April 2020
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Arete is a Greek word that essentially means “the fulfilment of one’s full potential”. Or as the famous Greek author Homer wrote, “where heroes gather to realise their full potential”. The Arete podcast is designed to showcase the careers of leading CEOs, Chairs and other successful senior leaders. Rather than a formal interview, this is a relaxed “fireside chat” style conversation, where Richard Triggs talks to the guest about their careers, key achievements, lessons learned along the way, ...
 
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For the past 2 years I’ve been running the Arete Breakfast of Champions, small in-person breakfast meetings of executives from non-compete fields for peer-based support and exchange.These have been very successful and provided participants with great insights, support and opportunities. In light of the coronavirus situation (this episode was record…
 
This is one of a series of special episodes we’ve put together to assist executives while the coronavirus/Covid-19 situation is upon us. I asked Brett Jarman, executive producer at Experts On Air, the producers of our podcast, to jump on with me and drill down on the subject of executive recruitment.While many might think that the recruitment marke…
 
In this episode, I interview Vinod Muthanna - CEO and President of DBM Vircon. DBM Vircon is a merger of 3 companies and he leads the integration and the creation of a global practice with nine offices in 8 countries over four continents.He also shares his experiences throughout his career, past and present, and shares his thoughts on being a CEO a…
 
This episode was recorded at the end of March 2020, just as severe restrictions were taking hold due to the Coronavirus/Covid-19 threat. While you might expect that job prospects are difficult for everyone at this time, the executive job market, especially for mission-critical roles is surprisingly vibrant at the moment. In this episode I chat with…
 
In this episode, I’m chatting with Bill Petch, CEO of the Leukaemia Foundation of Australia, about his first CEO role and how he’s managing such an important sector during a time of exciting change. The charity is the only national charity dedicated to helping those with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and related blood disorders. Bill was first appoi…
 
In this episode I chat to Mark Denning, owner and managing director of Fallon Solutions about risks he’s taken over the years, investing in training for staff and networking throughout Australia and across the pond in the US. Brisbane-based Fallon Solutions provides B2C and B2B trade services to customers in South East Queensland, including electri…
 
In this episode I chat to David Carter, CEO Suncorp Banking & Wealth about some of the issues facing the banking industry and the challenge of restoring confidence for customers and employees. Suncorp is the largest of the Queensland-listed public companies, with more than 1.1 million customers. David, who has a team of around 650+, is publicly tho…
 
Building a business based on something you love is easy. Building a business that works without your constant attention isn’t. Too many business owners run away with a business idea without having the skill set they need for it to really take off and fail to understand what’s missing.In this episode, I chat to Ben Fewtrell, CEO of multi-million dol…
 
In this episode, I delve into the arts sector with Craig Whitehead, CEO of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO) to learn more about the business and leadership of a large orchestra. Craig’s love for the performing arts sector began at a young age, despite being brought up in a “sports-focused” family in Stafford. He went on to become a freelance…
 
From starting a purpose driven company at the age of 5 to installing 4,000 butterflies in the Dallas Galleria Mall, Katherine Adams knows a thing or two about scaling an organization. Carl Thomas sat down recently with Paper For Water's Founder and Co-CEO Katherine Adams along with her dad, Dr. Ken Adams to talk about a unique business that brings …
 
What do you do when you’re thinking about replacing a current employee who is underperforming? Or have a position to fill and an internal candidate who meets the requirements of the role, but you want to make sure you’re hiring the right person for the job? I discussed these scenarios, and our Headhunted Shortlist package, with Brett Jarman, Founde…
 
Competition in the workspace is high nowadays, so career development is no longer just about doing a great job, whatever your role. If you want to get access to the best opportunities, you need to show you are doing more than competently executing your responsibilities.As a result, building a personal brand is becoming more prevalent. How you come …
 
In this episode, I chat to Moira Harris, the managing director of Hygrade Water Australia, a family-owned startup. The company manufactures, imports and distributes specialised water-related products for the civil construction industry, and employs 25 people across its two branches in Brisbane and Sydney.Moira is a strong business leader with exper…
 
In this episode I’m joined by three company directors, each with a unique outlook on the past, present and future of business. My three guest speakers are Ian Sampson, Michael James and Natasha Howie. Ian is an executive and non-executive director and chairman of several companies, advising senior leaders on complex issues. Michael is a company dir…
 
It’s always a good idea to go to an interview fully prepared. While some people have great interview skills, others may need to practise prior to meeting their potential employer to avoid common mistakes. Having said that, regardless of where you sit on the interviewee spectrum, you could be making mistakes you weren’t even aware of. So I’ve come u…
 
In this episode, I chat to Jason Cubit, CEO of not-for-profit Horizon Housing Company, based on the Gold Coast. The company, which is celebrating its 25th birthday this year, provides housing for low income people in need. Jason has been a part of the company for 11 years, coming from a business background. Horizon’s portfolio spans Townsville, Rom…
 
In the last episode of this Interview series, we looked at good interview techniques for candidates. Now, we’re flipping the table and looking at good techniques employers can use when interviewing, because having the right skills as the interviewer is just as important. As people get promoted to leadership roles in their respective industries, the…
 
How do you turn an organisation with a tarnished reputation into a thriving charity? By working towards a shared mission with the right staff and innovative technology. In this episode, I chat to Mark Townend who has been CEO of RSPCA in Queensland for 19 years. He has local government, commercial and not-for-profit experience and likes to think ou…
 
I talk a lot about the dos and the don’ts of recruitment and hunting for work, but what are the rules of being headhunted? Is there a right way to respond to being headhunted? Similarly, are there right and wrong ways to go about headhunting somebody?In this episode, Brett Jarman, (the founder and CEO of Experts On Air, the producers of the podcast…
 
Mark McIntosh, CEO and Founder of RevGrow is a featured speaker at the upcoming YES CEO Symposium March 7, 2019 at Seasons 52. In this episode, Mark talks about how he went from corporate CPA to entrepreneur, some of the common obstacles B2B companies are facing with business development and how he built his fast growing firm RevGrow to solve those…
 
In this episode we’re switching things around and instead of me doing the interview, this time I’m being interviewed. Brett Jarman, the Founder and CEO of Experts on Air, the agency that produces and hosts my podcast, turned the tables on me in my office and interviewed me for the podcast. I hope you find it as interesting as he did :-).Brett will …
 
This episode I chat to Suzie Lightfoot about the ongoing struggles for women as executives and the importance of knowing who you are, what you want and how to articulate that. She’s had quite the career, moving from her days as a gymnast and an elite diver competing for Australia, to modelling, being a brand ambassador, presenter and now brand ment…
 
In this episode meet Morgan Hare, CEO of HYLACO and founder of the AiRS Foudation, Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery. Morgan shares her remarkable story of overcoming dyslexia as a young adult to finding joy in medical research, her shift to medical marketing and how work at Revlon, Avon and QVC led to founding her own skin care company. Morgan is…
 
Running a successful business can be hard and the financials overwhelming, but knowing your numbers is key to knowing your business.That’s what Philip Barnes, founder of CFO Insight, told me. A Chartered Accountant, Philip has worked with over 50 business in a range of industries since 2006 in either non-executive board roles or as a consultant. Pu…
 
There’s a lot of stigma around mental health in the workplace and while awareness around the issue is growing, Chris Smedley, CEO of Assure Programs, told me there’s still some way to go. Assure Programs is an Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) provider and one of the largest mental health organisations in Australia.Originally from the UK, Chris ha…
 
Welcome to a new innovation in the Arete Executive Podcast! This week I’m taking a deep dive discussing a range of subjects with some returning guests on our first Arete Panel Discussion. Guests this time ‘round include: Bec Mac - presenter producer and media maker, Tim Dwyer - Group Partner at BOB, and Martin Moore - Your CEO Mentor.In our panel d…
 
How do you hire really great people for your business? And when you do, how will you keep them engaged and retained? It's an important issue for all companies these days, especially small to mid-sized firms. Carl Thomas talks about this and more with Vicki Lauter, President of Strategic Human Insights. Click to learn more about Vicki Lauter of Stra…
 
This episode of the Arete Podcast is all about fun as I chat with exuberant entrepreneur and performance-based producer and presenter, Bec Mac. Best known for her alter ego Aphrodite, Bec writes, produces and presents LOVE TV, interviewing thousands of people on the subject of love. She’s been busy building her live LOVE TV show since the early 200…
 
As with most things in this world, modern technology is changing the way we do things. It’s no difference for the job market. The way recruiters are working is changing with the use of things like LinkedIn. Whether you’re looking for the same job in the same industry, or looking to branch out to a new challenge in a new sector, or somewhere in betw…
 
There’s one topic in the recruitment industry that continues to divide people: the fees charged by recruiters, especially those in the executive search space, for their services.Despite it being a hot topic for years now, little has changed, although it definitely needs to. This episode covers: Who’s who in the zoo The power of LinkedIn - 99% of wh…
 
I spoke in this episode of the Arete Podcast to Tim Dwyer, business growth specialist, mentor and leader, about building a solid foundation, how to avoid recruiting mistakes, and investing in future growth. Tim’s philosophy is that good business is about creating the most amount of value in the shortest amount of time. He says a lot of people start…
 
In business timing is everything. With an uncertain economic outlook ahead, how do you plan for expected and unexpected events that will effect the value of your business? In this podcast, YES Founder Kelly Kunst talks with Yola Portnoy and Robert Rough of Telos Capital Advisors about contingency planning, market timing and the value of working wit…
 
I often get approached by people looking to build a board career. Many are just starting out, while others might already have one or sometimes two board roles, and are looking to grow a full portfolio of boards to keep them occupied after retiring from their executive life. Other times people have a desire to move into a board career earlier in the…
 
Trying to keep up with the technology of the modern world can be difficult, especially as it becomes more and more vital to the success of any business. Being social media savvy doesn’t come naturally to most CEOs and business executives, but should it be taken more seriously when trying to build your presence? In this episode I talk all things Lin…
 
Diversity among executive ranks is important and comes up for discussion regularly in our field. Most often it’s in relation to gender but also in the context of sexual orientation, ethnicity, religious orientation, age, disability, and so on. As someone who literally sits between the job market and the employers, and who has done so for the past 1…
 
As a candidate looking for a new executive role, it’s incredibly important for you to be able to articulate your key achievements and transferable skills. Having worked in the recruiting industry for many years and having interviewed and coached thousands of candidates and senior executives through their job search, this is something I’ve seen peop…
 
How do you constantly improve the business and be of service to the community? That’s the question that drove Glenn Vassallo to build a law firm and a charitable foundation that demonstrate how social entrepreneurship can be used to the benefit of all. His success with the ventures led to an invitation to speak on the subject at New York University…
 
I’ve been asked by a few people lately how our headhunting process works and for a peek behind the curtains so to speak. The best way to describe the process is with a case study…Project BackgroundIntact Group is a property services business, supplying trades services and tradespeople to portfolio property businesses and building owners nationwide.…
 
I had a fascinating discussion recently with Nigel Harris, CEO of Mater Foundation, the fundraising and community relations division of Mater Misericordiae, a not-for-profit Catholic health care organisation with interests in hospitals, medical research, health education and laundry services in Brisbane.When Nigel started with the organisation back…
 
A detailed brief is a critical element when recruiting for a new role. This doesn't just include executive roles, it's pertinent to every role in a business, including junior positions. Having worked in the executive recruitment industry for about 17 years now, this is something I’ve rarely seen done well. In most instances, the person who is recru…
 
In this episode, meet Chanel Davis, Founder and CEO of Davis Davis and Harmon Sales Tax Experts. Chanel shares her story of starting out at a big 4 accounting firm and launching her own business during the turbulent year of 2001. Learn more about YES and register for our upcoming event, "The Cyclical Nature of Business" at YourExecutiveSymphony.org…
 
Arete Executive Podcast hosted by Managing Partner Richard Triggs.Interview with Trevor Jackson - Journalist, Content Editor - Study Gold CoastRichard Triggs LinkedIn: au.linkedin.com/in/richardtriggsTrevor Jackson LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/trevorjacksonmedia/ Arete Executive website: www.areteexecutive.com.auStudy Gold Coast: https://w…
 
In this episode, YES Founder Kelly Kunst talks with Jane Taber, Business Attorney and Partner at Scheef and Stone LLP. Jane shares her story of launching a new practice in January of 2008. From the bottom of the economy to where we stand today, Jane offers insights and best practices for other professional services businesses facing changing times.…
 
In this episode, Kelly Kunst talks with Chanel Davis, Founder and CEO of Davis Davis and Harmon Sales Tax Experts, about her firm and their support for the 8th annual Suit Drive to benefit Metrocrest Services. To learn more about Davis Davis and Harmon and their current blog about Internet Sales Tax and the Supreme Court, click here.…
 
Dr. Cortney Baker is the founder and CEO of Kids Care Home Health, Texas leading pediatric home health care company. Dr. Baker is also a stroke survivor, and shares her remarkable story of resilience and success. Dr. Baker will be the featured guest speaker at "A Woman's Heart" reception Thursday, May 3rd at La Cima Club in Las Colinas. This event …
 
Arete Executive Podcast hosted by Managing Partner Richard Triggs.Interview with Francesca Webster, CEO & Founder, Brazilian Beauty.Richard Triggs LinkedIn: au.linkedin.com/in/richardtriggsFrancesca Webster LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/francesca-webster-23728124/Arete Executive website: www.areteexecutive.com.auBrazilian Beauty website: ht…
 
Arete Executive Podcast hosted by Managing Partner Richard Triggs.Interview with Cherie Curtis, CEO, Revelian.Richard Triggs LinkedIn: au.linkedin.com/in/richardtriggsCherie Curtis LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cheriecurtis/Arete Executive website: www.areteexecutive.com.auRevelian website: www.revelian.comRichard's book on Amazon: www.amaz…
 
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