20 minutes...Hear from Christine McDougall about the greatest exponential technology in Universe and how to deploy it. Synergy. + 20 minutes...Robb Smith, CEO of Integral Institute, as he speaks to the current global transformation from an Integral Perpsective. I read everything he writes. Follow Robb on Twitter. @RobbSmith. Robb was a podcast guest a few years ago speaking on sex and sensitivity post #metoo. Listen here. + 20 minutes... Sally Townsend, Head of Advocacy, Outland Denim, an exemplar of Syntropic Enterprise. Outland Denim is worn by Leonardo DiCaprio and Meghan Markle and many others, including me - the most ethical and environmentally sustainable jeans with their purpose to end slavery. CEO James Bartle was a podcast guest - if you want to be moved listen to his story on why he created Outland Denim. Listen here. I am a huge fan of this enterprise and their amazing team. Sally attended our first Syntropic Enterprise Masterclass. She is a powerful speaker with a huge heart. One Hour. Zero Financial Fee. Rich connections. New perspectives. New possibilities.
Ep 07: Transforming Australian Wine in Japan & Chairing the ANZCCJ with Sally Townsend
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Our "new normal" requires us to build robust ecosystems of collaboration and innovation. We'll need to see partnerships between government and the private sector, as well as, between nations, like never before. There is no-one more equipped to lead us through the conversation around about building partnerships of diverse perspectives than, Sally Townsend. Sally leads South Australia's trade and investment office to Japan and Korea a currently serves as chair of the Australian and New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ANZCCJ), working to support the business communities of these two countries in Japan. Below is the list of our conversation so you can quickly navigate and find what is most relevant for you.--04:23 Working in COVID-19 and Zoom-Tsukare ズーム疲れ.07:03 Early Days in Japan and first encounters with the "No Wall."15:37 Memories of working in a traditional company.17:40 The role of mentors and life after university.20:15 A new opportunity for wine in Japan. 23:18 Challenges of innovation in a conservative market like wine in Japan.28:00 Different stages of acceptance in Japan for Japanese speaking foreigners.29:38: Building relationships in Japan on your terms.31:42 Getting involved in the ANZCCJ (Australian New Zealand Chamber of Commerce).39:50: Leveraging the ANZCCJ as a small business.45:10 Next steps for leading trade and investment between Japan and South Australia post COVID-19.50:29 How to move past the "No Wall."--Find out more about Sally and the ANZCCJ on their Website or Facebook page.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/1QnboZC)
Ace photographer and Land of Oz resident Sally Townsend talks with us about capturing emotion in her photography, her career highlights that include Lingua Ignota, a Misfits cover set by Thou and Emma Ruth Rundle, two epic Tom G. Warrior performances, and being asked to feature her work in Doomed to Fail. A Message from the High Priest: This episode was originally recorded on March 21st and apologies for the slight audio issue at the beginning. Additionally, Roadburn has been rescheduled to April 15-18th of 2021.
Sally Townsend from Outland Denim talks End to End impact from activism to business for good.
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Sally Townsend is the Head of Advocacy and Alliances at Outland Denim. Sally’s background is in Education and Social Action. She has more recently worked as a small business owner and itinerant speaker in the realms of female empowerment, modern slavery and education. After launching and successfully running a number of smaller scale anti-slavery initiatives in the UK she welcomed the opportunity to work with Outland Denim in its earliest stages to now heading advocacy and alliances. Outland Denim crafts premium denim jeans designed to bring the worlds of our sewers and our customers closer together. We source the finest, environmentally sound, raw materials from around the world. Sustainable employment, training, living wage and personal empowerment opportunities are given to all our women who have been rescued from human trafficking, sexual exploitation, and at-risk situations.