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EPISODE 11 | CONFRONTING THREATS TO GLOBAL HEALTH AS A LEADER IN MEDICINE

31 Jan 2022 

In this episode of the Global Leadership Podcast, Australian Medical Association (AMA) Queensland President Professor Chris Perry discusses his personal leadership journey, from an Otolaryngologist or ENT surgeon to leading the state’s peak body of doctors.

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EPISODE 10 | BY 2050, IT'S EXPECTED THERE WILL BE MORE PLASTIC IN OCEAN THAN FISH 

5 Jan 2022

How do we navigate our way out of this crisis? Join Leela-Dilkes Hoffman, a research analyst for the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and Liveris Scholar, Megan Jones as they discuss the circular economy and all things plastic. 

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EPISODE 9 | LOST AT SEA – WHERE IS ALL PLASTIC?

4 Nov 2021

In this episode of the Global Leadership Podcast, we hear from the person who first conducted research into and coined the term microplastics: Marine Biologist and University of Plymouth Professor Richard Thompson OBE FRS. 

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EPISODE 8 | NEUROINNOVATION AND THE 4th INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

8 Oct 2021

In this episode of the Global Leadership Podcast, Dr. Basavaraju Sanganahalli from the Yale School of Medicine explores decisive management in the expansion of Neuroscience and why it is essential to champion interdisciplinary collaboration. 

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EPISODE 7 | SOCIALLY DISTANCED BUT STILL CONNECTED 

5 May 2021

Good workplace relationships are integral for reaching goals and this is no different in politics. Sandy Bolton is one such leader who has excelled at this and when COVID-19 hit Australia, she ensured that the Noosa community stayed connected and informed.

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EPISODE 6 | THE INTERFACE OF NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY AND TRUST

14 April 2021

In this episode of the Global Leadership Podcast, we meet Cindy Vestergaard who draws upon her experience in the nuclear industry to explore leadership through uncertainty and contention, as well as the importance of multi-level, inclusive leadership and how it is applied at the interface of technology, policy and public perception.

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EPISODE 5 | LEADERSHIP STYLES IN UNCERTAIN TIMES 

1 Apr 2021

In this discussion, Ashleigh Morris, CEO of Coreo, and Liveris Scholar, Simeon Gover discuss Ashleigh’s approach to leadership and the challenges of leading during the uncertainty of COVID-19.

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EPISODE 4, PART 2 | OPTIMISM IN LEADERSHIP WITH JOHN COOK

24 Mar 2021

In Part Two of our episode on Optimism in Leadership, we hear from John Cook, a research assistant professor at the Center for Climate Change Communication at George Mason University in Virginia, USA. 

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EPISODE 4, PART 1 | OPTIMISM IN LEADERSHIP WITH ARMIN GRUNWALD

24 Mar 2021

In Part One of our episode on Optimism in Leadership, we hear from Armin Grunwald, Director of the Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis (ITAS) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).

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EPISODE 3 | SUSTAINABILITY IN THE SPORT FIELD 

17 Mar 2021

In this episode of the Global Leadership Podcast, we meet Dr Nicoletta Piccolrovazzi, and explore how Dow and the Olympic Games are advancing sustainability through sports.

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EPISODE 2 | EMPOWERING THE NEXT GENERATION OF FEMALE LEADERS

8 Mar 2021

Professor Deborah Terry, Vice-Chancellor at the University of Queensland, discusses the importance of supporting the next generation of female leaders, and offers tips on networking, listening to others and taking chances.

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EPISODE 1 | LEADERS FOR THE FUTURE

19 Feb 2021

In this episode of the Global Leadership Podcast, Andrew Liveris AO and Liveris Academy Scholar Javan McGuckin discuss what makes leaders effective, the current challenges leaders are facing, and how young leaders can rise to these challenges and promote social responsibility.