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Tall Poppy brings you interviews that invite a new paradigm of leadership. Emerging voices that inspire and empower a human-centred style of managing people and projects, leading companies and countries. Tall Toppy rises above, sticks her neck out, risks being chopped down. Hosted by Tathra Street, a leadership consultant who is committed to bringing you fantastic interviews, no hype, just real conversations. While it seems the world is going bonkers, we’re talking about what it’s going to take to thrive into the future.

Tall Poppy brings you interviews that invite a new paradigm of leadership. Emerging voices that inspire and empower a human-centred style of managing people and projects, leading companies and countries. Tall Toppy rises above, sticks her neck out, risks being chopped down. Hosted by Tathra Street, a leadership consultant who is committed to bringing you fantastic interviews, no hype, just real conversations. While it seems the world is going bonkers, we’re talking about what it’s going to take to thrive into the future.
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Australia

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Tall Poppy brings you interviews that invite a new paradigm of leadership. Emerging voices that inspire and empower a human-centred style of managing people and projects, leading companies and countries. Tall Toppy rises above, sticks her neck out, risks being chopped down. Hosted by Tathra Street, a leadership consultant who is committed to bringing you fantastic interviews, no hype, just real conversations. While it seems the world is going bonkers, we’re talking about what it’s going to take to thrive into the future.

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English


Episodes

TP 41: Josie McLean

11/28/2017
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This one is for the change managers and anyone involved in change making. Josie shares the results of her research and turns change management in it’s head. She puts to rest many of the assumptions we make about organisational sustainability, workplace culture and the impact of imposing company values. This interview brings in mental models, systems thinking, a worldview that values interconnectedness and a human centric perspective that embraces context, complexity, living systems and...

Duration: 00:44:23


TP 40: Stephen Duns on Leadership’s Shadow

11/15/2017
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Stephen Dunns was a career CEO and now teaches about leadership and is exploring a new realm in the shadow side of leadership. What happens when virtues become vices? We discuss the impact of your ‘emotional wake’, the tension in wanting a hero leader but resenting them when we get them, the fact that we want to be in control but no one wants to be controlled. We get to hear Stephen reflect and share the path that went from feedback that gutted him, to being inquisitive, inclusive and a true...

Duration: 00:37:15


TP 38: Jen Storey

10/31/2017
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Today’s career path looks very different than our parent’s. Jen Storey‘s career path looks like a chicaning river. She’s worked across a wide array of industries, business sizes, in journalism, marketing, e-commerce, customer experience and now she focuses on advising organisations on disruption and innovation. True innovation. She helps us look at the future of work through a human lens where it looks less threatening. Thinking of the future, this is a person you really want working on...

Duration: 00:45:02


TP 37: Sacha and Sonya

10/10/2017
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Do you have teenagers? Are you raising the next generation of leaders? Sonja and Sacha have been working with young people, speaking in schools and cultivating a wealth of knowledge about how to empower young people and support them to make better choices. In their recent book, The Two Worlds of Your Teenager, they help parents understand the journey their kids are on and what parents can do. You can tell how much I enjoyed this interview by how much laughter there is, often I’m a bit on...

Duration: 00:54:46


TP 36: Chantelle Baxter

9/26/2017
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What does it take to build a successful charity? Chantelle Baxter started One Girl, the organisation behind the Do It In a Dress Campaign, in her mid-20s, and after years of building the organisation stepped down as CEO. We learn about her journey, how long it took before she started paying herself, the cost to her physical health, her commitment to transparency and fun, how it helped build a strong relationship with a large community of committed supporters. She also talks about her...

Duration: 00:53:28


TP 35: Worldview Literacy

9/5/2017
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What is worldview literacy and what does it mean for leadership? Jerry Nagel and Kathy Jourdain have created a body of work around Worldview Intelligence. “We think with and through our worldview but rarely about them.” This conversation not only gets us to think about them, it has wide ranging implications for how we deal with difference and diversity. From this interview you will learn, the impact of worldview on both a personal and group or organisational level, the 6 dimensions of...

Duration: 00:54:19


TP 34: Sally Anderson Evolved Leadership

8/22/2017
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If you could end suffering, would you? If you could turn trauma into your greatest strength what difference would it make? Would you be empowered? These are the questions that lead us to a bold vision held by Sally Anderson, Founder of Evolved Leadership and author of the Co-Creative Age – The next evolutionary phase of leadership. This episode is not for the faint of heart, it’s for those who hunger for a thriving and prosperous future for all. Sally Anderson is dangerous…to the status...

Duration: 00:49:58


TP 32: Reflecting on Tall Poppy

7/25/2017
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Tall Poppy nearly didn’t happen, and how it looks now from the early episodes is quite different. Previous guest, Matt Kurowski interviews Tathra about what she’s learned from 30 weeks of podcasting. Reflecting on the themes and voices of leadership highlighted by the Tall Poppy spotlight, this candid conversation explores the origins of the podcast, the barriers overcome prior to launch, the system that makes it work, editing quandaries, what has changed, and what the future holds. [hint,...

Duration: 00:42:34


TP 29: Joshua Spodek Teaching Leadership Practice

5/23/2017
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Joshua Spodek went from being an astrophysicist to teaching and coaching leadership at NYU and Columbia Business School following a rollercoaster experience as an inventor and CEO of Submedia. After discovering that leadership could be taught, he became curious about learning how to teach it. His book Leadership Step by Step, is the culmination of his teaching and coaching experience. His approach is focused on practices for skill development of the social and emotional elements of...

Duration: 01:21:10


TP 26: Clarie Diaz-Ortiz One Minute Mentoring

5/2/2017
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What makes mentoring work? What’s the difference between coaching and mentoring? Claire Díaz-Ortiz is an author, speaker, and technology innovator. Claire was an early employee at Twitter, where she was hired to lead corporate social innovation. She is the author of seven books, the latest being, “One-Minute Mentoring” co-written with Ken Blanchard. Her Success Mentor Summit explores how learning from others can change your life and work, and she shares her own experiences of being a...

Duration: 00:48:44


TP 25: Kathryn Molloy NGO Entrepreneur

4/25/2017
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Kathryn Molloy has been leading the way for over two decades in world-changing ventures. She has run businesses and large not for profit organisations. She has influenced state leaders, government ministers, and large corporations to make better decisions for the future of the planet. I was blessed to work with her 17 years ago and in this conversation, we reminisce about that time and explore what she has been doing since. Her collaborative leadership style continues to alter outcomes for...

Duration: 00:59:56


TP 23: David Holzmer on Disruption

4/11/2017
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David Holzmer, Ph.D. is an Organizational Behaviour Specialist and Consultant. He shares the insights from his research into sensemaking under conditions of ongoing disruption. He discussed the essentials for creative problem solving and innovation. And the changes in how we relate to each other, to today’s world, and how all of this impacts our ability to deal effectively with the uncertainty, the ambiguous and uncharted territory many organisations find themselves in. What is the role of...

Duration: 01:06:27


TP 21: Amber Hawken on Self-Awareness

3/27/2017
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Amber Hawken on Self Awareness What’s the difference between fear and intuition, how do you know when dive in, and when to do a reality check? These are some of the gems Amber Hawken, author of Unfuckwithable Life, shared about some of the key element of self-awareness. We talked a lot about authenticity, what that is and the practices that will help us get into flow. Is pain necessary to growth? Listen to find out. Resources Mentioned Amber’s website, on LinkedIn, Facebook The...

Duration: 00:41:26


TP 18: Alicia Darvall B Corp Revolution

3/7/2017
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Standing up for what you believe in is gaining currency in the business world, to the point that you risk your reputation if you don’t. Business for good isn’t just a nice idea, today, having the certification to prove you’ve got a legit triple bottom line approach is the way to go. Hundreds of businesses in Australia and thousands in the US are leading the way, putting their money where their mouth is and have become Certified B Corporations. CEO Alicia Darvall helps us understand the...

Duration: 00:46:30


TP 17: Didier Elzinga of Culture Amp

2/28/2017
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As Culture Amp co-founder, not only is Didier Elzinga one of the most forward-thinking CEOs I know, he’s got a really cool name. He’s the kind of CEO that does what it takes for his people to feel valued. He’s also unafraid to answer questions about the relationship of power and authority to leadership. We talk about the role of culture analytics, why engagement hasn’t really improved and the future of work. He’s gone from what he describes as ‘the most naive business plan’ to a third...

Duration: 00:57:21


TP 16: Felassy Malay Speaks Up

2/21/2017
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No stranger to the mic, Fleassy Malay speaks up about her relationship with fear and shame. A seasoned performer, she has inspired hundreds of people across the globe to find their voice, to speak their truth and to be courageous, vulnerable, passionate and honest. She runs Melbourne’s acclaimed Mother Tounge, spoken word poetry night and Speak Up a course offers a safe space to learn and develop public speaking skills. Her online course, Courageously Me encourages women to have the...

Duration: 00:52:12


TP 15: Lorraine Ngwenya – Youth Leadership

2/14/2017
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Lorraine Ngwengya is a speaker, advocate and entrepreneur. Based on her own experience, she’s created a business with a mission to address the issue of youth unemployment. We talk about what it’s like to be a leader at a young age, what she has learned along the way and what’s more important than experience in looking for work. She recognises how different the job market is than it was for our parents and she sees opportunities to change how we approach youth unemployment. She shares her...

Duration: 00:33:43


TP 13: Liz Blake – Deep Self Leadership

1/31/2017
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Liz Blake of Lateral Insights is a very accomplished leadership consultant and business mentor. She takes us into the depths of her own journey to understand her work, and how transformation can happen on a personal level and impact our whole lives, our work, our future, and ultimately our relationship with our selves and our world. That is, how leverage points in one area can have a ripple effect across our whole lives. Incorporating tools like Strengths Finder, Integrity and Values, and...

Duration: 00:52:31


TP 11: Jessica Watson – Adventurer & Collaborative Entrepreneur

1/17/2017
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Jessica Watson is an entrepreneur and an adventurer. Best known for her solo sailing journey, circumnavigating the globe at the age of 16. She shares with us what she learned from her experience, how she got so much support and sponsorship, and how she dealt with the naysayers. We learn about what kind of leaders she really is and the start up she’s involved in now, that’s like Trip Advisor for Sailing, bringing disruptive innovation to the marine industry. Deckee fulfils on her dream to...

Duration: 00:24:52


TP 10: Mark LeBusque – The Human Manager

1/10/2017
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“There are no leaders, only acts of leadership.” Mark LeBusque is the Human Manager. He was told to take a good hard look at himself if he wanted to change and it paved the way for a remarkable change that led to outstanding results for his team. Year one sales target exceeded by 237% and when asked what he was doing differently “I treat my people like humans”. Now he runs programs to help managers let go of the 100-year-old leadership model and become Human Managers. Resources Mark’s book...

Duration: 00:32:25

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