249: Highlights 2021 (ft. Dr. Rob McCleland, Paula Quinsee and Stephanie Cousins)
Leadership Is Changing
For this mashup episode, we look back to some incredible highlights with Dr. Rob McCleland, Paula Quinsee, and Stephanie Cousins!If you’d like to check out each of their full interviews, you can head over below for the links to the episodes. On this episode:Get inspired as we revisit some of the best moments from our conversations with these world-class leaders!Resources Mentioned:000: Introduction114: Dr. Rob McCleland - The World is Moving Faster Than Ever... and it will Never be this Slow Again194: Paula Quinsee - The Next Big Pandemic is Burn Out120: Stephanie Cousins - Successful Leaders Hire on PotentialReach out to Denis:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/ Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page:https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/
162: Mashup | Leadership is Changing - What Does This Mean to You? (ft. Seam Abbananto, Ernest Azzam and Stephanie Cousins)
Leadership Is Changing
For this mashup episode, we look back into our moments with Seam Abbananto, Ernest Azzam and Stephanie Cousins.If you’d like to check out each of their full interviews, you can head over below for the links to the episodes. On this episode:Let’s revisit our conversations with these world-class leaders and take a deeper look at what “leadership is changing” means for them!Resources Mentioned:000: Introduction117: Seam Abbananto - Believability is the New Currency for Leaders119: Ernest Azzam- Today’s Leadership is About Influence, Not Title120: Stephanie Cousins - Successful Leaders Hire on PotentialReach out to Denis:Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/ Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page:https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/
120: Stephanie Cousins - Successful Leaders Hire On Potential
Leadership Is Changing
Stephanie worked for more than 15 years in the not-for-profit sector, promoting human rights and sustainable development causes. Stephanie is currently Global Co-CEO of Talent Beyond Boundaries, a non-profit on a mission to enable refugees and other displaced people to secure jobs overseas and migrate on the basis of their skills to secure their futures. Prior to that, Stephanie led advocacy and external affairs at Amnesty International Australia and held several senior leadership positions at Oxfam Australia and Oxfam International. In 2017 she was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to research innovative refugee admission programs across six countries. She wrote about my findings at www.makerefuge.org - a website created to showcase how governments, citizens, and other actors can better work together to welcome refugees into our communities. Stephanie has a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Public Policy and Management, and a Masters of Public and International Law from the University of Melbourne. Stephanie is passionate about creating innovative solutions to human rights and development challenges. On this episode:Hear Stephanie talk about her background and how her passion for human rights and social development issues have affected the course of her lifeStephanie talks about why she follows the principle of “hiring someone based on their potential.”Stephanie explains their “Co-CEO Structure” and how it has impacted their organizationStephanie discusses where leadership will be in the next 5 yearsKey Takeaways:Hiring someone based on potential can go a long way. It’s not always about the qualifications on their papers.Leaders must be accountable for their decisions and behaviorLeaders must have flexibility and adaptabilityLeaders must be able to pivot on a dime Tweetable Quotes:“Hire on potential and look for potential.” – Stephanie Cousins Reach out to Stephanie:www.makerefuge.comwww.talentbeyondboundaries.orgResources:Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.leadingchangepartners.com/ Leadership Is Changing Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/LeadershipIsChanging/Leadership is Changing LinkedIn Page:https://www.linkedin.com/company/leadership-is-changing-podcast/
Interviews and segments with Nick Wallis, Stephanie Cousins, Matt Kunkel, and Sophie Verass
Alternative News.Nick Wallis of 3CR’s Enpsychedelia presents a vignette on the Victorian Government accepting submissions to a wide-ranging inquiry into drug law in the state. Dean speaks with Stephanie Cousins, Advocacy and External Affairs Manager at Amnesty International Australia, about how Amnesty International has welcomed the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights’ decision not to water down the Racial Discrimination Act (section 18C).Matt Kunkel of 3CR’s Stick Together presents a quick fire news segment of trade union news and stories.Dean speaks with Sophie Verass, Content Editor and concept creator photo series -‘Muslim, Aboriginal and outspoken’, about the 2011 National Census’ report, SBS’ campaign #FU2RACISM.
Stephanie Cousins, Amnesty International about their latest annual State of the World’s HumanRights report | ACTU President Ged Kearney about the Fair Work Commission | Repower Port Augusta's Gemma Weedall about thesolar thermal plant at Port Augusta
Green Left Weekly Radio
Jacob and Zane discuss protests against visit to Australia by Israeliprime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.Discussion of protest against criminalisation of homelessness persons at White Night, and of upcoming protests.Discussion of fascist grouplet Soldiers of Odour trying to cohere a lynch mob in Melton to attack African Australian people, based on a completely fabricated story.Discussion of US based far right activist Milo Yiannopoulous being shunned by a publishing company and by far right organisations after making comments condoning pedophilia.Discussion of attacks on native title law with new legislation implemented by Federal Attorney general George Brandis aimed at further weakening native title provisions and giving mining companies including Adani even greater access to Aboriginal land than is already the case.Jacob and Zane interview Stephanie Cousins from Amnesty International about the organisation’s latest annual State of the World’s HumanRights report, including reports of a culture of fear and hatred in many countries, the ongoing abuses in Australia, including the high level of incaceration of Aboriginal people, the ongoing policy of locking up refugees and asylum seekers, and regressive metadata and foreign fighter legislation. Listen Here.ActivistcalendarJacob and Zane interview Australian Council of Trade Unions President Ged Kearney about the Fair Work Commission’s decision to cut Sunday penalty rates for retail, fast food and pharmaceutical workers, and how this decision will potentially affect around 750,000 workers and will reduce their pay, in what will be the biggest backward step for wages since the Great Depression. Listen Here. Jacob and Zane interview Socialist Alliance member and Repower Port Augusta activist Gemma Weedall, about the community led campaign to build a new dispatchable solar thermal plant at Port Augusta, how this would complement the variable output of South Australia’s fleet of wind farms, providing alternative employment for former coal workers in the region, and how private operators have been gaming the energy system to maximise profits and then blaming the energy supply issues on renewables. Listen Here.