The politics of everything that matters to mankind in the 20th century

The Politics of Everything

Hosted by Amber Daines, The Politics of Everything launched in May 2017 as a weekly podcast series asking newsworthy experts and leaders the tricky questions about the politics of everything that matters to mankind in the 21st century. 

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Future guests are welcome to contact me with your big idea and include the subject line 'POE idea', your chosen topic and a brief biography. 

June 13th 2017
6: The Politics of Business Creativity - Emma Franklin Bell
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Emma Franklin Bell is an author, artist, entrepreneur and fellow podcaster who co-hosts The Ladies Lounge Podcast. Emma spent two decades in the performing arts industry before opening her own dance studios, mentoring studio owners in business strategy and writing a book How to Run a Preschool Dance Studio.

 

Fast forward to today, Emma is the founder of The Beautiful Business Academy. The BBA has a focus on developing female creative leaders through programs that focus on training women in book writing, course creation and media and performance skills training. Emma is our guest to get real about The Politics of Business Creativity.

 

In this podcast, Emma will cover off:

  1. Why is creativity so valuable in the path to business glory?
  2. How a performing arts career has helped her overcome setbacks and rapidly achieve new forms of success.
  3. Why everyone needs to simplify, beautify and amplify and how to do this in 90 day blocks.
  4. Hot tips: The best ways to get ahead in The Politics of Business Creativity.

 

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Amplify your ideas and get a bit political with me! To be a future podcast guest or connect with me, I can be found at: Amber@bespokecomms.com.au

 

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June 7th 2017
5: The Politics of Demography - Bernard Salt
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Bernard Salt is widely regarded as one of Australia's leading social commentators by business, the media, and the broader community. He heads the Business Demographics and founded KPMG Demographics, which developed into a high-profile specialist advisory business.

 

Bernard writes two weekly columns for The Australian newspaper.  He is an adjunct professor at Curtin University Business School and he holds a Master of Arts degree from Monash University.

 

For the past decade, Bernard Salt has earned his stripes as one of the most in-demand speakers across corporate Australia. He is perhaps best known to the wider community for his penchant for tagging new tribes and social behaviors such as the 'Seachange Shift', the 'Man Drought', and the 'Goats Cheese Curtain'.  He was also responsible for popularizing smashed avocados in late 2016.  

 

Bernard has popularized demographics through his books, columns and media appearances. His body of work is summarized in six popular best-selling books. He was awarded the Member of the Order of Australia in the 2017 Australia Day honours. In this episode, he digs deep into The Politics of Demography.

 

In this episode, Bernard will answer the following questions:

  1. Why demographics needs a makeover?
  2. How have we become 'two Australia's is one?
  3. Why having mentors is not the best way to get ahead in your career.
  4. Hot tips: What is next for Bernard as he leads the field in The Politics of Demography.

 

To find out more about Bernard's work:

 

Amplify your ideas and get a bit political with me! To be a future podcast guest or connect with me, I can be found at: Amber@bespokecomms.com.au

 

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May 29th 2017
2: The Politics of Road Safety - Gene Corbett
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Amber Daines is in conversation with Gene Corbett, whose passion and experience in the driver training industry spans more than 15 years. Gene is a former professional driving instructor of the high-performance kind. 

 

He is widely regarded as one of Australia's leading road safety advocates with a program he created in 2004 called Total Driver, designed to reduce road accident numbers and save young lives. Fittingly, he is discussing The Politics of Road Safety.

 

The questions Gene will answer include:

 

  1. Why is current Australian road safety system failing young drivers?
  2. What experiences made him so passionate about shifting the needle on the current system to create his own program Total Driver?
  3. What are some of the best, most practical ways you think Australia's drivers could reduce our tragic road toll?
  4. Hot tips: The best practical driving safety tips for listeners of The Politics of Road Safety.

 

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