Subtle Disruptors is a weekly podcast of down-to-earth and inspiring conversations with those who are having an amazing local and global impact through their work, in an under the radar way. Each conversation is recorded in a location that is significant to the story of the guest, from coworking spaces to cafes, train stations to bars.
Kyle Wood: The subtle tinkerings of an a-typical Aussie – SDMEL1017/04/2016 Duración: 50min
Consistent action. Incremental tinkering. Small improvement in the short term. Large benefit in the long term. These are the subtle teachings of this week's guest Kyle Wood.
Dr Jason Fox: Subtly saving us from poorly designed work – SDMEL0910/04/2016 Duración: 56min
Jason is the author of two books (The Game Changer, How to Lead a Quest), a sought after keynote speaker, and an expert in motivation and work design. He is on his very own quest to rid the world of poorly designed work.
Melina Chan: Coworking and subtly disrupting the spaces where we work – SDMEL0803/04/2016 Duración: 01h03min
Melina Chan is one of Australia’s experts in creating a vibrant community and culture within workplaces. Melina is on the leadership team of Inspire9, the original coworking space of Melbourne located within the inner-city suburb of Richmond.
Mark Daniels: Social procurement’s $500B latent potential – SDMEL0727/03/2016 Duración: 48min
What could the benefits be if a small portion of Australia's $500B procurement spend was redirected to social enterprises? Mark Daniels talks us through one remarkable example, and where this conversation is headed over the next 5-10 years.
Matt Allen: The startup founder who relinquished his equity – SDMEL0619/03/2016 Duración: 39min
If you were an equity holder in a startup business with a lot of success, and a lot of upside, would you be willing to give back a big chunk of your allocated equity because you felt you did not deserve it? Because you had not been able to do all that you committed to doing when your equity was first allocated to you?
Emeli Paulo: Discovering ‘I am enough’ – subtly disrupting our sense of worth – SDMEL0513/03/2016 Duración: 53min
How many of the things we do every day are done because of this feeling: that we are not good enough? The type and frequency of the food we eat; the clothes we buy; the decisions we make about work, and the decisions we make at work; and the comments we leave with those we love most.
Max Olijnyk: The subtle benefits of Good Copy – SDMEL0406/03/2016 Duración: 55min
I remember the first time I walked past ‘The Good Copy’ on Johnston St in Collingwood, Melbourne. I knew there was something interesting and different about the space and it pricked my curiosity so much that I had to go in for a look.
Jirra Lulla Harvey: Aboriginal entrepreneurs and disrupting Australian (mono)culture – SDMEL0328/02/2016 Duración: 44min
I talk with Jirra Lulla Harvey about the emerging wave of Aboriginal entrepreneurs, and how this is subtly and profoundly bringing about a change in the race conversation within Australia, as well as improving the wellbeing of all Australians.
Al Jeffery: Coliving and the subtle disruption of urban life – SDMEL0221/02/2016 Duración: 53min
Al Jeffery is an inspiring speaker and entrepreneur who is embarking upon a coliving experiment in inner urban Melbourne.
Adam Murray: What is a Subtle Disruptor and how do I become one? – SDMEL0007/02/2016 Duración: 08min
Subtle Disruptors is a podcast about purpose-driven people, doing under the radar work, that is having a positive impact on our world. In this introductory episode I talk about what a subtle disruptor is, and how to start on the journey of becoming one based on my own experience.