Professor Neville Norman, University of Melbourne

Labor is facing some huge external economic challenges that will help to define the new government, according to Melbourne University economics professor Neville Norman.… Read more

Greg Keady, Executive Director and Principal Advisor, APW Partners

They said they wouldn’t, but we all knew they would. So, it didn’t come as a big surprise when the RBA announced its cash rate increase from 0.1% to 0.35%.… Read more

Yamini Naidu, Director & Chief Storyteller, Yamini Naidu Consulting

Business leaders need to find better ways to influence others to navigate the world these days, but how?

Gone are the days of ‘hard power’ of command and control – it just doesn’t work in business.… Read more

Elise Balsillie, Head of Thryv Australia

Small business owners who haven’t yet gone digital are wasting more than a day in every week. That’s according to the Head of the Thryv business software company, Elise Balsillie.… Read more

Terry Barridge, Communications Coach, Speech Master Academy

A little doubt can be a good thing, but too much can stop growth and cripple your business. Coach and keynote speaker, Terry Barridge says confidence comes from doing things you’re familiar with, but if you’re taken out of your comfort zone, do you lose all confidence?… Read more

Barry Urquhart, Marketing Strategist, Marketing Focus

Differentiation is fundamental in an increasingly commoditised marketplace, insists consumer behaviour analyst Barry Urquhart. COVID has led consumers to be more socially isolated, which has resulted in more scrutiny of the choices available.… Read more

Les Watson, The Time Lord and Author of Get More Time

Start on time, finish on time and have an agenda. Sounds simple, but how often do we find ourselves in meetings that don’t follow these three principles?… Read more