The Cultivate Podcast
Cynthia chats with rural mental wellbeing and disability advocate, Kelly Barnes. Kelly is the Victorian winner of the 2020 Agrifutures Rural Woman of the Year with her concept of using working dogs to encourage social connection and as a support tool to improve mental wellbeing in farming communities.
Sue Langley, keynote speaker, global consultant, and positive leadership expert, shares how leaders can challenge their own thinking and flip the way they look at adversity to respond more productively.
Cath Connell, Founder of Wholehearted Marketing, talks about her insights as a women’s business and life coach about the importance of placing value on the whole of our lives, rather than judging our success solely on what happens at work.
Anita Lane shares how her organisation emerged from the pandemic stronger than ever, with much of the success coming from how they supported staff. A great discussion about organisational success being built on a cultivated culture and cultivating leadership.
In this episode Neha Samar, Founder of the Flamingo Project, shares the power of mentoring and her passion for creating pathways for women to access the skills and advice of wise elders.
Dr Paige Williams interviews Cynthia about her "Six Keys to Being a Cultivating Leader" model outlined in her book and why these keys are vital for leaders to master in the current environment of disruption and change.
Dr Paige Williams shares how she believes leadership in its current form is broken and that a new paradigm of leadership that she calls Partnering is what effective leaders need to practice in these challenging times.
In this episode we chat with Christian Parsons, General Manager of Berries at Costa Group, about his people-first leadership approach and the benefits that has to the business.