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Arete is a Greek word that essentially means “the fulfilment of one’s full potential”. Or as the famous Greek author Homer wrote, “where heroes gather to realise their full potential”. The Arete podcast is designed to showcase the careers of leading CEOs, Chairs and other successful senior leaders. Rather than a formal interview, this is a relaxed “fireside chat” style conversation, where Richard Triggs talks to the guest about their careers, key achievements, lessons learned along the way, ...
 
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John Wilton on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-wilton-aa61423b/ PSSS Website: https://psssa.com.au/ Nick Barnsdall on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickbarnsdall/CST Hire Website: https://csthire.com.au/Richard Triggs on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardtriggs/ Arete Executive Website: https://www.areteexecutive.com.a…
 
It’s very hard to sum up the career and life of Terry Aronson… what hasn’t this man done? Starting out in Sydney with his own highly successful construction company, Terry made the decision to go to the US to broaden his horizons. Despite his success in business, the US authorities would only issue him with a green card if he had a skill that was m…
 
We’ve got a real all-rounder on the latest Arete podcast. Mark Edmonds is currently a business mentor with MRE Consulting and the part-owner of the Ocean Grove Chalet motel, with the most incredible range of senior-management experience outside of his current ventures. He’s chaired numerous boards across different sectors, he’s worked as a national…
 
John Perry has gone through everything you could imagine on his executive journey. He’s been a CEO in a high-pressured corporate environment and he’s built up his own SME from scratch. It was interesting to hear why he decided to start up on his own having been so successful in larger organisations.Nowadays he is Managing Director/Founder of Conque…
 
What an enthusiastic and innovative guy we have on the show this week. Mick Carter is the CEO of Beyond Clarity: a company that provides ambitious and unique technology solutions across Australia. In Mick’s words “we help the world become a bit greener and a bit safer”. Mick shared a load of interesting stories about the products he has brought to …
 
We have quite a range of subject matter on this episode of the Arete podcast. Tony Eyres was our esteemed guest: a man just as comfortable in the boardroom as he is out on the farm. Tony is director of his own company, Rounding Up, which helps deliver growth for Australia’s food and agribusiness sector from independent farmers to big corporates. He…
 
In this episode I talk to Glenn Shepherd: a highly successful exec who tells the story of how he managed to become the top dog of a company who weren’t even advertising the role, in an industry he had no knowledge of whatsoever. Glenn is currently CEO of National 360, a fast-growing allied health services provider (formerly known as National Occupa…
 
This week’s Arete podcast really demonstrates the value of a CEO with an open mind. The CEO in question is Leanne Williams from West Gippsland Libraries in Victoria. She tells us how she delivered growth in a sector that faces more and more competition by the day, and how COVID has proven the worth of the change in company culture she pushed to del…
 
Dennis Cronje on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/denniscronje/ InMode website: https://www.inmode.com.au/ Richard Triggs on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardtriggs/ For a free copy of Richard Triggs’ best-selling book, Uncover the Hidden Job Market, go to: http://www.uncoverthehiddenjobmarket.com…
 
Just how do you learn the ways of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) across the world if you’ve never done it before? Scott Douglas tells us how. The Managing Director of Asia Pacific for WernerCo gives us an insight into his rise to the top of the management tree, and the inner workings of a truly global business. He’s on the phone to the global CEO a…
 
In this episode I speak to someone who has accomplished a very rare thing these days: a hugely successful manufacturing operation in our own country. Where most would outsource to Asia, Scott Trenoweth and his family have proven what can be possible if you invest in local talent. The Associate Director of Thunderbox Industries recounts his journey …
 
We cover some heavy global matters on this week’s Arete podcast with Larry Quick: a man whose job it is to help companies understand how macro issues could affect their everyday business. The senior analyst and strategist (and acting MD) of Resilient Futures was incredibly insightful. He basically deconstructed the major systems of the world and ex…
 
Too many businesses treat health & safety as a box-ticking exercise, but if you listen to our guest this week, you’ll realise what an empowering force it can be for an organisation. We speak to Gareth Davies, MD of SafeAssure: a firm that offers specialist advice on workplace safety and environmental management systems. He knows what to do in a cri…
 
Wouldn’t we all like to get inside the heads of our colleagues to understand why they might be resistant to change? Meg Hooper makes a living out of doing just that, and she was kind enough to share some great advice on how to understand the human side of change management. Meg is the Director and Principal Consulting Psychologist of her own firm, …
 
The social impact of what we do in business is becoming more and more important, so it was great to speak to someone who is making a success of marrying up the old corporate world with the socially conscious world of startups. Sandra D’Souza is the CEO of Ellect: a digital marketplace that connects small businesses with corporate buyers/investors, …
 
If you crack change management then you’ve cracked a key component of business, so it was great to talk to Don McKenzie from the Adizes Institute about their methodology for collaborative leadership and the importance of understanding which part of the lifecycle a business is in. Don is the MD of the Adizes Australia operation and an active member …
 
We all need someone like Rex Urwin in our lives. The Managing Director of Mind Matters and an expert of all matters of the mind makes it his business to empower leaders and entrepreneurs to break through their limits and be their best selves. Unlike most business coaches out there, Rex sees beyond the rigid structures of the workplace. This convers…
 
What an incredible conversation I had with Paul Fairweather, an esteemed creative who gives masterclasses on how we can succeed in business by discovering our creative side. Paul has been a painter, architect, standup comedian, property developer... you name it, he’s done it! The common theme in Paul’s career is his confidence to get ideas out ther…
 
Alice Evans is a great example of an executive who knows how to broaden their horizons and innovate in whichever environment she finds herself in. Although her varied career has seen her move from physiotherapy to HR management and now to her present role as CEO of True Relationships and Reproductive Health, her life in senior management has been d…
 
Ross has had an extraordinary journey getting here, having worked in 15 different countries around the world! He’s been in the information technology space for 30 years, working as a consultant for various big hitters such as IBM, Vodafone and Chevron, so he is certainly qualified to comment on the current state of the tech recruitment marketplace.…
 
In this special episode I interview my dear friend Colin Clerke. I was a coaching client of Colin’s before and started referring clients to him. A few years ago, we ran what was originally called Breakfast of Champions, and even prior to that called In Good Company. Colin has a very interesting personal and work history. In this episode, Colin shar…
 
In this episode, we have an interesting discussion with Rob Ashdown. He is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Clean Energy Transfer Fund (CETF), a company with the focus on realising the competitive advantage of renewable and clean energy in the energy mix within Australia. They concentrate on the National Electricity Market, taking a posit…
 
In this episode, I interview Brad Shaw. He is currently the Director of InterFinancial Corporate Finance Limited, an independent corporate finance and growth consulting firm, specialising in the mid-market sector. Brad shares how their company is helping businesses find where their value creation is and deliver strategies to reach those goals and o…
 
In this episode, I interview Paul Avey, the Chief Executive Officer of Concept Environmental Services, a provider of fluid process solutions to the resources, biogas, utilities and agricultural industries. Paul shares to us how he came to be passionate about leading people from his young formative years, to joining the Royal New Zealand Air Force, …
 
In this episode, I interview Anthony and Melanie Baker, a husband and wife team who owns and manages Premier Building & Construction. This episode though is not entirely about their construction business. Anthony and Mel share with us their new business venture, the Essence of Harrogate, in detail. Essence of Harrogate is a gin production business …
 
In this episode, I interview Nathan Psaila - National Sales Manager for RDO Equipment, agents for agricultural, construction and forestry equipment. He has been with the company for over 18 months now and is helping build a unique culture for himself, his sales team, and their clients, as well as ensuring he is leading them towards their goals, the…
 
In this episode, I interview Jo Boyce - CEO of Crookwell/Taralga Aged Care. Crookwell/Taralga Aged Care is a merger of 2 organisations responsible for 3 aged care facilities.Jo shares her experiences as the CEO of the company, about the facilities they handle, the communities where the facilities are, the company being an integral part of the commu…
 
For the past 2 years I’ve been running the Arete Breakfast of Champions, small in-person breakfast meetings of executives from non-compete fields for peer-based support and exchange.These have been very successful and provided participants with great insights, support and opportunities. In light of the coronavirus situation (this episode was record…
 
This is one of a series of special episodes we’ve put together to assist executives while the coronavirus/Covid-19 situation is upon us. I asked Brett Jarman, executive producer at Experts On Air, the producers of our podcast, to jump on with me and drill down on the subject of executive recruitment.While many might think that the recruitment marke…
 
In this episode, I interview Vinod Muthanna - CEO and President of DBM Vircon. DBM Vircon is a merger of 3 companies and he leads the integration and the creation of a global practice with nine offices in 8 countries over four continents.He also shares his experiences throughout his career, past and present, and shares his thoughts on being a CEO a…
 
This episode was recorded at the end of March 2020, just as severe restrictions were taking hold due to the Coronavirus/Covid-19 threat. While you might expect that job prospects are difficult for everyone at this time, the executive job market, especially for mission-critical roles is surprisingly vibrant at the moment. In this episode I chat with…
 
In this episode, I’m chatting with Bill Petch, CEO of the Leukaemia Foundation of Australia, about his first CEO role and how he’s managing such an important sector during a time of exciting change. The charity is the only national charity dedicated to helping those with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and related blood disorders. Bill was first appoi…
 
In this episode I chat to Mark Denning, owner and managing director of Fallon Solutions about risks he’s taken over the years, investing in training for staff and networking throughout Australia and across the pond in the US. Brisbane-based Fallon Solutions provides B2C and B2B trade services to customers in South East Queensland, including electri…
 
In this episode I chat to David Carter, CEO Suncorp Banking & Wealth about some of the issues facing the banking industry and the challenge of restoring confidence for customers and employees. Suncorp is the largest of the Queensland-listed public companies, with more than 1.1 million customers. David, who has a team of around 650+, is publicly tho…
 
Building a business based on something you love is easy. Building a business that works without your constant attention isn’t. Too many business owners run away with a business idea without having the skill set they need for it to really take off and fail to understand what’s missing.In this episode, I chat to Ben Fewtrell, CEO of multi-million dol…
 
In this episode, I delve into the arts sector with Craig Whitehead, CEO of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO) to learn more about the business and leadership of a large orchestra. Craig’s love for the performing arts sector began at a young age, despite being brought up in a “sports-focused” family in Stafford. He went on to become a freelance…
 
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