The Art Of War With Special Guests David Neal And Jonathan Clark From The Eighth Mile Consulting
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With special guests David Neal and Jonathan Clark from The Eighth Mile Consulting, we break down Sun Tzu's famous book on strategy and leadership. Given that paintball is as close to combat as Frank and Ian have come, we brought in heavy hitters for this episode. In this episode:· "It's not about a fair fight, it's about winning."· Why picking your battles is everything in business and war· Lessons from Afghanistan for small companies· Why context matters when evaluating risk· Why do companies who stay on the offensive tend to last?· How to link the goals of leadership with the teamThe Eighth Mile Consulting: https://eighthmile.com.au/ Follow David Neal and Jonathan Clark on LinkedIn where they write daily about leadership lessons from the battlefield to corporate board rooms. The Eighth Mile Consulting is built on a mantra of 'good people, helping good people.' Our Mission is to collaborate with organizations to improve their people, processes, product, and profile. In particular, we provide services in:Change Management,Project Management,Implementations,Leadership/Management advice,Individual and Team Coaching,Risk Management, andRepresentational roles. We are different from other organizations because:1. Our team is drawn from hands-on practitioners who have actually delivered what they preach, each with a reputation for delivering positive change to organizational cultures, and delivering complicated projects/tasks.2. Our team consists of leaders with hands-on experience.3. We are proud of our high-performing team, and we can help other teams perform to their absolute best.4. We simplify the complex.
Recording date: June 15, 2021John Papa @John_PapaWard Bell @WardBellDan Wahlin @DanWahlinCraig Shoemaker @craigshoemakerDavid Neal @ReverentGeekBrought to you byAG Grid IdeaBladeResources:David Neal (Website)Dan Roam: Show and TellPractice in PublicBrad ColbowReverent Geek: About PageDavid’s Illustrated OAuth GuideDan Roam: Draw to WinZetlekastenTimejumps01:00 Guest introduction01:35 How did you get into sketch noting?08:11 Sponsor: Ag Grid09:14 Dad joke illustrations13:41 Do you share your early talks?17:53 Even bad drawings are still art23:36 How do you describe non-visual items?27:37 Tell your story31:12 Sponsor: IdeaBlade32:09 Lessons from software development that relate to drawing35:11 What kind of tools or software should someone start with?44:06 Final thoughtsPodcast editing on this episode done by Chris Enns of Lemon Productions.
There is no such thing as the perfect Dad, but there is certainly room for growth within each of us. David Neal is a retired Army Officer and Director of The Eighth Mile Consulting. Leadership, growth and personal accountability have been key to his success in the Australian military, his post-military business career and at home with his wife and three children. Together Dave and I discuss the benefits of showing up better each day, how to manage conflict, his successful transition from Army Officer to civilian, the importance of leaving a legacy and how David made it to the junior world Karate championships by choosing to take on kids bigger and more experienced than him in consecutive Australian championships.Follow David on LinkedIn: David NealFollow the Eighth Mile Consulting here: The Eighth Mile BlogAdd Life with Dad Instagram: @LifewithDadpodcastFacebook: @LifewithDadpodcastAdd meInstagram: @iamwadedixonFacebook: @iamwadedixon Sponsors: Trainers-store.com.au | Trainers-store.co.nz
David Neal | Eight Mile Consulting | Funky Brain Podcast with Dennis Berry
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David Neal acquired his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of New South Wales. He also obtained his Master’s degree in Project Management at UNSW. David Neal is the Founder and Director of the Eight Mile Consulting. Eight Mile Consulting is an Australian based company that helps organizations improve their people, process, product and profile. He has been featured in Forbes Magazine. He spent 13 years wit the armed forces before heading out to start his company. He is highly accomplished in leadership and management after obtaining experience in many challenging working environments and organizations. Website: https://eighthmile.com.au/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theeighthmile/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_eighthmileconsulting/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-j-neal/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQih8Jmx83Sv1PQilsbNhxA ------------------------- Thanks for watching The Funky Brain Podcast with Dennis Berry. Dennis is a Life Coach for Addiction Recovery and Life Mastery. If you are struggling with any type of addiction like alcohol, food, porn, drugs, or shopping, reach out for help. Asking for help is the first step in solving the addiction puzzle. Maybe you’re not struggling with an addiction, but you are simply “stuck” in life and don’t know how to push through. Dennis is the master in helping people get laser-focused, accomplishing their goals and dreams, and achieving life mastery on every level. Dennis works with people worldwide and currently has clients in England, Australia, and India. Zoom is a beautiful tool for helping people all over the world. If you like what you see, and you'd like to hire Dennis to speak at your next event, he is the best motivational keynote speaker on the planet. He brings a ton of energy, experience, motivation, and inspiration to the table. His fun, witty, unique spin on life, with a touch of humor, will leave you motivated to get out there and improve yourself. Website: https://www.DennisBerry.com Email: email@example.com LinkedIn: dennisberry1 Facebook: @LifeCoach.DennisBerry You can buy his best-selling book on Amazon - Funky Wisdom: A Practical Guide to Life
Funding infrastructure to stimulate growth: an interview with David Neal, CEO of IFM Investors
Transforming business with MinterEllison: ideas and challenges that are shaping our future Podcast
In the midst of COVID-19, state and federal governments are seeking to fast-track and fund infrastructure projects to help steer the nation towards economic recovery. What role will private investment play in fast-tracking projects? This episode features MinterEllison partner, Nicole Green in conversation with David Neal, CEO of global institutional investment manager, IFM Investors (IFM). They discuss the opportunities for private investment in infrastructure and how the sector will play a role in the nation’s economic recovery from Covid-19.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.