Rank #1: Championing Female Leaders In Business: The Edge PR
Tamsin Simounds and Amy Chandler are entrepreneurs and seasoned professionals in leadership and public relations, who are on a mission to celebrate women in their professional lives. In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Tamsin and Amy explore the next steps for female leaders in business who want to get their voice heard and become effective leaders. The dynamic duo also discuss their approaches to business and reflect on how they came to form, The Edge PR.
Rank #2: Rise Of Podcasts: On-Demand Content With Tim Whiffen
Tim Whiffen is a producer for the Auscast Network, and the co-host of three podcasts, Blind Insights, That Wall Street Guy, and STRATEGIKON. After learning interviewing skills through a media degree, combined with 5 years of radio work, Tim has a passion for sharing knowledge and discussing ideas. In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Tim shares his podcast experiences, from how to distribute, to predictions of where the platform is going, as well as the qualities required for making good podcasts.
Rank #3: Building a Social Enterprise With Justin Westhoff and Scott Rogasch
Forage Supply Co, established by two friends, Justin Westhoff and Scott Rogasch, is a social enterprise focused on environmental sustainability, building opportunities to help people live sustainably, and with a driving goal to deliver services that help reduce homelessness. In today’s episode, Justin and Scott share how they brought together their passion for environmental sustainability and a desire to provide meaningful support to the Hutt Street Centre, to create their social enterprise.
Rank #4: Journey Of A Professional Magician With Matt Tarrant
Matt Tarrant is one of Australia's leading magicians and mentalists. Matt has sold out at the Adelaide Fringe Festival for the last six years, earning him a stack of awards. In today’s podcast episode, Matt shares the highs, lows and lessons he's learned from building a business model as a professional magician. He also explains why an important element of his business is to help nurture and support emerging performers.
Rank #5: Heysen Trail Highlights With Simon Cameron
Simon Cameron is a bushwalking enthusiast, volunteer Walk Leader with the FOHT and author of, Heysen Highlights - A Companion Guide To The Heysen Trail. His book touches on the history, indigenous culture, scenery and geological features. In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Simon shares stories from the Heysen Trail, lessons he's learning and connections he's made through bushwalking. Simon also describes the personal development and life skills you can build by getting active outdoors.
Rank #6: Communication: From The UN To Business With Thilan Legierse Sn3 Ep135
In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Thilan Legierse recounts her journey in the UN, followed by her transition from public to private work. Thilan's insights into the business world are deeply connected to human nature, she shares how this has shaped her approach for dealing with communication breakdown, and building successful teams.
Rank #7: Palliative Care - Conversations We Need To Have With Ella Stratton
Ella Stratton is the Director of HAS Foundation, an organisation setup to help families with children with life limiting conditions. In today’s episode of Be The Drop, Ella shares her emotional and moving story of her family's palliative care experience. Ella explains how Hunter and the strength he showed in life, motivates her to create programs and services to help others who also find themselves in this heartbreaking situation.
Rank #8: How To Create Video For Business; Sn 3 - Ep 133
As a service provider of video content, I am frequently asked for advice on the best way for businesses to utilise the power of video content - and my answer might surprise you! In today’s episode of Be The Drop, I share with you my thoughts on how to realistically and affordably include video content into your marketing mix and I share some of my top tips for equipment + processes that will help improve your in-house video content.
Rank #9: Startup Success That Saves Lives With Mathew D'Onofrio - Sn 3, Ep 132
Mathew D’Onofrio, a Forbes listed 30-under-30 entrepreneur, is a trained nurse and St John’s Ambulance volunteer. He recognised the gap at events and parties where timely first aid, that is accessible to youth, then Mathew created Nightlife First-Aid. Mathew talks us through his journey from helping his friends at parties, to overcoming abuse, building a business, and saving lives. Mathew’s development has inspired him to share his tips on learning, mental health, and following your passion.
Rank #10: Conflict Resolution With Kate Russell - Sn 3, Ep 131
Kate Russell, is a professional conflict mediator, 25 years experience in conflict resolution. In her new book, Leaders Who Lead, Kate details the effective leadership skills that help disrupt the cycle of conflict. In today's episode of Be The Drop, Kate shares her recent life changing experiences and how they have revolutionised her approach to conflict. Kate discusses how communication, empathy, and courage are central to resolving issues and, preventing them for occurring again.