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  • The Property Academy Podcast is a daily show that gives you insight, analysis and strategies for how to get the most out of the NZ property market.

    That's whether you're an existing or aspiring property investor, you want to get into your first home, or you're just interested in the property market.

    Andrew Nicol and Ed McKnight host the podcast. Andrew is the Managing Partner of Opes Partners and a prolific investor himself. Ed is an economist. Both Stuff and Juno Investment Magazine have previously published his analyses.

    https://www.opespartners.co.nz/investment/property-investment

  • Do you know the science behind what works and doesn’t work when it comes to keeping people safe in your organisation? Each week join Dr Drew Rae and Dr David Provan from the Safety Science Innovation Lab at Griffith University as they break down the latest safety research and provide you with practical management tips.

  • Join "the Recruitment Coach" Mark Whitby as he and his guests unpack the secrets of what it takes to be a profitable and long-lived professional in the recruitment industry.

  • Looking for work and living with a disability, injury or illness? Are you an employer who knows that a diverse workforce focusing on abilities gives you a competitive edge? Are you a policy maker with an interest in giving all New Zealanders a fair go in the job market? Mahi is for you.

    Subscribe to Mahi - The Disability Employment Podcast, for news, lively discussions and testimonials on inclusive employment in New Zealand. Have your say via email or our listener line.

    The podcast is fully accessible, with every episode transcribed.

    Mahi is brought to you by Workbridge, New Zealand's leading employment agency for disabled people and those with an illness or injury.

  • My name is Josh and I started REBEL8 from my San Francisco studio apartment with five-hundred bucks in 2003. I've decided to share everything I've learned of running an internationally-recognized independent streetwear clothing brand. On this podcast you'll find a mix of passionate story-telling, sound business advice, insights into the streetwear world, tips on how to start a successful t-shirt company, as well as new original content for this podcast. It's time to remove the smoke and mirrors and be radically transparent.

  • "Amplifying Us" is a space to amplify women’s voices – particularly around food, food production, food security, and the challenges of leading in this complex world of Climate Change.
    By relating our stories as female leaders, we aim to inspire others the courage to act. Amplification is in intimate stories of how others have/are navigating their journeys. 
    I want women to find a place where they feel they belong, to gain clarity about who they want to be, and to demystify what feminine leadership is really about.
    It is up to us, women, to create a sisterhood of leaders and strong women around the world, willing to share our stories, our paths, and our dreams.

  • Former professional rugby player of 10 seasons, Wallaby and Super Rugby Champion and now Leadership and Culture Coach and Consultant Beau Robinson hosts this podcast on Leadership in High Performance Teams.

    Robinson interviews current and former members of professional sports teams and the elite military and police force members to gain an insight into the role and influence the Leaders had on creating an environment where individuals and teams performed at the highest level and got results!

    Beau relates these perspectives and learnings back to the Corporate and Business world to ensure listeners can develop their leadership skills and become great Leaders.

  • Kia ora, you’ve joined the 'Ideas that Grow’ podcast - brought to you by Rural Leaders. In this series we’ll be drawing on the insights from innovative rural leaders, to help plant ideas that grow, so our regions can flourish. Ideas That Grow is presented in association with Farmer's Weekly. All guests are arranged by Rural Leaders, whose mission is to grow world class leaders through the Nuffield NZ Farming Scholarship and Kellogg Rural Leadership programme.

  • Stories of real New Zealanders making real impact in our world, now. As graduates of Tech Futures Lab's Master of Technological Futures, these 'ordinary' people have pushed into the extraordinary space by challenging the status quo and creating human-centric solutions that stem from a desire to do better. Sacha McNeil, well-known journalist and broadcaster catches up with five Tech Futures Lab graduates to hear more about their story - where they've been, what drives their passion and how they're making impact in the world - big or small, now and into the future.

  • We are a bunch of agile coaches living in Auckland, New Zealand. We run the self-organised Auckland Agile Coaching meetup and we record our reflections and learnings after the meetup sessions. Tune in to hear what we learned and see if it could help you in your agile coaching journey.

  • Each week the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB's Cooking the Books tackles a different money problem. Hosted by Frances Cook.

  • Ian 'Harv' Harvey, founder of Collective Intelligence, talks to a bunch of really cool New Zealanders about the hard stuff, the fun stuff, and the epic stuff-ups that have shaped how they go about making the world a better place. All guests are members of Collective Intelligence, a unique membership-based leadership development community that helps curious people evolve and become more courageous. Podcast production supported by the great team at Te Awanga Estate.

  • Welcome to The Pivot Pod, the place to help small business figure out what’s next when our normal way of living is thrown out the window.

    Hosted by Frances Cook for the New Zealand Herald.

  • Chur Maori podcast where we interview maori people in business, share their stories and help inspire our maori people to be their own boss and get ahead in life. This is but one way that we can share the knowledge of other maori have been able to create an income of their own. That way we can prove to other maori that anything is possible.
    PUMPED FOR BUSINESS
    Chur Maori is all about pumping up maori people and encouraging them to get outside the box. Many of our maori are lost when it comes to starting a business as know very few if any business leaders to look up to. The majority of inspirational leaders that are recognised are either sports players or entertainers however our talents do not stop there. We want to showcase other successful Maori so that others can learn and gather the courage create a better life.
    CULTURE
    Many maori who move to away from home tend to lose touch with their maori culture. We want maori to be able to learn basic maori by sharing Kupu Hou that can be used in every day situations. We also want to share Whakatauki Proverbs that we can use as inspiration and morals we can use to lead better lives.
    Follow us @askchurmaori on Twitter, Facebook and Periscope

  • A podcast series from Newstalk ZB hosted by Heather du Plessis-Allan. New Zealand is experiencing the biggest economic downturn in a century. But never waste a crisis! The country's biggest names in business are rebuilding their operations, re-thinking how we work, and pushing boundaries to become better, faster, and more sustainable. Raw, honest and personal - this podcast series tells the story of the bosses leading Kiwi companies out of the Covid-19 crisis.

  • Award-winning advertising, marketing and publishing guru and New Zealand’s premier property investment strategist, Nikki Connors has learned a big lesson from "having it all" and then losing it - and she wants to share her hard-won wisdom with you. She has made millions, lost them and made them again, with heartbreak of every kind along the way. Known as the Queen of Property in New Zealand and author of the best-selling book A Fabulous Failure, Nikki's career has spanned more than 25 years as a board member and director of multinational companies in New Zealand and the UK.

    Now, as the founder of New Zealand's most respected property investment company, Propellor, and as principal of Metropolis Design, Proportional Property Ownership and PropellorFirst, Nikki spends every day realising her passion for helping every Kiwi on to the property ladder. She is here to tell you how it's done

  • The Travel Geniuses podcast is a podcast for travel agents who LOVE planning vacations for their clients, but wish the business side of things was a little easier.

    We talk about marketing, technology, systems, tools, and tricks that help you focus less on the stuff you hate, and more on the things you love.

  • The Go Your Own Way Podcast was created to help empower free-spirits and creatives who are ready to bring their unique gifts to the world, and turn their passion into profits so that they can live a life of freedom. Join me, Stephanie Davies, for weekly tips, tools and practices that will help you build a life and business you love. If you dig the idea of working from anywhere in the world, indulging in noon yoga classes, and celebrating sold out launches- you've found your match.

    Find me on the gram at @freespiritedbossbabe, or pop over to www.stephaniedavies.com to learn more about how you can work with me and make your dream of a life of freedom a reality.

  • Listen to New Zealand's trailblazing women sharing the twists and turns of their career journeys with Leadership Coach Anna Johnstone. An inspiring collection of open, honest career conversations with a diverse range of kiwi women.

    From journalists to lawyers, jewellers to farmers, board directors to entrepreneurs - and everything in between! - their career highlights, challenges, and advice will inspire you in your own career.

    https://www.thefemalecareer.com/
    https://www.linkedin.com/company/thefemalecareer/

  • Stories make the food we love taste even better. Food blogger and self-taught cook, Perzen Patel sits down weekly with the people in our food trucks, at our farmers’ markets, in home-based kitchens and beyond to talk shop and learn the stories behind the food they serve. If you love eating local, going to food festivals, secretly call yourself a ‘street foodie’ or even dream of one day starting a food truck that serves Nana’s mince pies, this is the podcast for you. Kiwi Foodcast is brought to you by Podcasts New Zealand.