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Welcome to the Future Directors podcast where every single episode we hope to bring you an insightful interview, diverse perspectives and exciting new ideas. Our guests include a who’s who of governance thought leaders and board directors from around the world. These are the people pushing the boundaries of the boardroom. Brought to you by Future Directors, we have one very simple goal on the show, and that is to help you to become the most respected, influential and impactful board director ...
 
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In this special Decision84-related episode, we have two amazing guests, Sharon Sutherland and Dr. Dean Blomson, discussing the future of boards. Sharon is the leader with Ernst Young’s Global Center for Board Matters. In her work, she enables board members and directors to navigate their increasingly complex roles. Dr. Dean Blomson is a highly expe…
 
This special episode features Paul Smith chatting with this podcast's former co-host, Anna Byrne, about our upcoming virtual board governance summit, Decision84. Decision84 is the world’s leading board governance virtual summit. Held over 2 weeks from 31 August to 9 September, hundreds of decision-makers come together to learn, connect, debate and …
 
Quick reminder that this is Part 2 of Charlotte’s episode. If you’ve not already listened to Part 1, we suggest checking it out first, then coming back to enjoy the second half. In Part 2, Charlotte and Paul question why board governance just doesn’t seem exciting to many people – and we think they’ve found the answer. Listen to the episode to find…
 
Charlotte Valeur is an experienced non-executive director and listed company Chair, with over 35 years of executive and governance experience. She is a former Chair of the Institute of Directors (UK) and now heads up the Global Governance Group. Her board resume is highly impressive. Charlotte is also neurodiverse. She first spoke publicly about he…
 
This episode features Scott Baldwin, certified board director, governance advisor and co-founder of DirectorPrep.com and The Savvy Director blog. Scott is well-known as a board director who asks really good questions, so it was exciting getting him on the show and asking him some (hopefully) really good questions. As it turns out he turned the tabl…
 
We’ve been on a short hiatus while lining up a number of awesome Australian and international guests. But, we’re kicking back into gear with our latest guest Maali Khader, CEO of the Middle East Institute of Directors. Maali is driving change within the corporate culture of the Middle East. She focuses on building awareness, education and behaviour…
 
We’re back with Part 2 of our latest episode with Erin Essenmacher, the award-winning documentary film writer, director, producer, and former president and chief strategy officer of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). (Haven’t listened to Part 1 yet? We suggest you do that first. Context!) In Part 2, Erin and Paul focus on the b…
 
This episode features Erin Essenmacher, who has a long list of achievements we can mention after her name; she’s an award-winning documentary film writer, director, producer, and former president and chief strategy officer of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD). Oh, and she’s also a cancer survivor. As we’re sure you can already …
 
Welcome to the second part of our ‘Youth in the Boardroom’ panel, with governance specialists Nurain Janah, Hannah Stenning and Matt Fullbrook. Part 2 is just as awesome as Part 1, and a must-listen for any young person considering a role as a director – or perhaps more importantly, for any young person who has NEVER considered a role as a board di…
 
We have an amazing episode of the podcast for you this week, part 1 of a double episode. Paul has invited three of his governance friends to join him in a discussion about one of our favourite topics: intergenerational diversity, or more accurately the role of younger people in the boardroom. Paul is joined by previous podcast guests, Nurain Janah …
 
My first podcast guest for 2021 is Shannon Sedgwick; cyber security and tech expert, board director, consultant, and keynote speaker. We cover a lot of ground but make sure you stick around to the end for some very practical boardroom tips on cyber risk. Shannon is renowned in both corporate and government circles through his ability to provide fut…
 
This episode of the podcast features Craig Dunn, a highly regarded business leader with over 20 years of both senior executive and non-executive experience. He is on the boards of two of Australia’s largest listed companies, telecommunications giant Telstra and the Westpac Banking Group. Craig is also chair of the Australian Ballet. Paul and Craig …
 
After the latest episode with impact specialist Rosemary Addis, she and Paul sat down in the green room to keep the conversation going... (We recommend checking out that episode first). They continue to ask essential questions like: What steps can directors take to introduce the impact investment conversation into their boardroom? How can this appr…
 
This week on the podcast we have Rosemary Addis AM, a globally recognised social innovation and impact investment specialist. With an international portfolio of both advisory and board roles, Rosemary encourages big conversations to be had where big decisions are being made – the boardroom. Rosemary delivers an unparalleled depth and breadth of pra…
 
Welcome back to the second part of Beverly Cole’s podcast. We think it was well-worth the wait, with Beverly and Paul continuing to discuss big questions like: What kind of director is the best for recruiting? Who should take responsibility for properly on-boarding new directors? Are boards just not looking hard enough for the right people? Or are …
 
Every now and then, someone comes along whom we could listen to for hours. Our latest guest, Beverly Cole, has rich lived experiences, a relaxed wisdom, and a softly spoken influence about her. With so much to talk about we couldn’t stop, we split her conversation with Paul into two feature episodes. This week is Part 1, and Beverly and Paul discus…
 
Our guest this week is Sara Faivre, a board director, business owner and coach who mentors executives and entrepreneurs in developing critical business and personal skills to create sustainable businesses. Coming from a biotech background with a love of agriculture and life-science, Sara believes one of the key aspects to finding long-term success …
 
In a follow up to Episode 48, Paul continues his conversation with Nurain Janah. Also known as ‘the podcast after the podcast; the Green Room is the chance for guests to debrief. We find out if there’s anything they wished they’d said, and anything they wish they hadn’t. In this episode, Nurain and Paul discuss: The ability to voice thoughts as liv…
 
This week’s dose of audio inspiration comes from our latest guest, Nurain Janah. Nurain is an amazing young person with a dedicated passion for change. She has already achieved so much in a short period of time – with no signs of slowing down. Nurain combines a day-job as a senior consultancy with Ernst & Young NZ with her superpowers of social ent…
 
This episode of the Future Directors podcast is fascinating. Voyt Krzychylkiewicz comes on to share his seemingly endless insights on a number of governance topics. Voyt is an investment executive, governance expert, founder and diversity advocate. Born in Poland, raised in South Africa and currently living in Canada, Voyt has a lot of cross-cultur…
 
This week’s episode of the Future Directors podcast features professional non-executive director and chair, Yasmin Allen. With an extensive international career, Yasmin has a wealth of experience across a wide range of industries and now holds multiple board roles across ASX100 corporates and influential organisations. It was fascinating to hear he…
 
Recently we’ve been ruminating on the topic of board appointments – namely, Bridget Louden’s appointment to the Telstra board at the age of 32. Given that the average age of board directors around the world – especially corporate boards – is early sixties, this appointment is encouragingly ground-breaking. It made us reflect on age in the boardroom…
 
This week on the Future Directors podcast, Paul interviews Matt Boyd, co-founder and CEO of the fast-growing remote volunteering platform, Vollie. Since its creation just a few years ago, Vollie has helped connect over 2,000 skilled volunteers to cause-related projects within the NFP and social enterprise sectors. Over 90,000 hours of volunteering …
 
This episode is a Green Room follow up to Episode 42 with Anoushka Gungadin. Anoushka and Paul had such a rich conversation about Cultural Intelligence (CQ), afterwards they headed into the Green Room to debrief on their episode, or as Anoushka so aptly puts it, bring it all together. They discuss: What surprised Anoushka about some of her response…
 
This episode of the Future Directors podcast features guest Anoushka Gungadin. We’ve been wanting to get Anoushka on the show for a while now because we knew it’d be an amazing discussion, and Anoushka certainly delivered on that! Anoushka is an experienced leader and non-executive director, international speaker and best-selling author on Amazon. …
 
This week we’ve taken a bit of a breather. No guest. Just for this week. However, we do have a quick announcement instead. Simply, we are changing the name of the podcast. It’s not that exciting, but we wanted to tell you why. We’ve decided to stop hustling the boardroom, and move into alignment with the brand behind the podcast, Future Directors. …
 
Welcome to episode 40 of the podcast! As promised last week, this episode is focused on the second roundtable discussion from our Decision84 virtual summit held in June 2020. The discussion centres around one of the strong themes of the conference; the need for global systemic change. The lineup of guest speakers is just as impressive as Roundtable…
 
For this episode of our podcast, we’re treating you to something a bit different. Instead of one spectacular guest, we have six. That’s because this episode is one of the roundtable discussions held at our recent virtual summit, Decision84. If you attended, you’ll know that each day of the conference was filled with enriching conversation from a wh…
 
In the Green Room after Episode 37, Peter and Paul discuss their podcast discussion, most notably that it was Peter’s first ever experience being interviewed on a podcast. Peter and Paul found their conversation to flow in a sense of calmness, and that continues through to this episode where they touch on topics like: What’s the sign of a good conv…
 
This week on Boardroom Hustle, people and culture extraordinaire, and young board director Peter O’Sullivan joined us for a chat. Peter is an inspiring figure, specialising in employee engagement, organisational change, business strategy, leadership and governance. Peter’s real passion lies in wellbeing and education, with a focus on how the workin…
 
In the follow up to Episode 35, Dottie and Paul head to the Green Room to debrief about their conversation. As a fellow podcaster, Dottie opens up about some of the more surprising podcast guests that she has interviewed, and both she and Paul discuss what they find to be the most challenging thing about interviewing people. They also discuss the f…
 
This week on Boardroom Hustle we had Dottie Schindlinger on the show, whom you might remember as a speaker from our recent virtual governance event, Decision84. Dottie is the executive director of Diligent, an international board portal software and partner of Decision84. Dottie is co-author of Governance in the Digital Age: A Guide for the Modern …
 
Welcome to the follow up of Episode 33 with Matt Fullbrook, board advisor and experienced governance consultant. In this Green Room episode, Paul and Matt continue their discussion on redefining board governance and decision making. They talk about: What 20 years of governance experience gets you, and what got Matt involved in the first place Why e…
 
Joining us this week on Boardroom Hustle is Matt Fullbrook, a governance consultant and board effectiveness researcher. Matt helps boards maximise their effectiveness by developing and implementing high quality governance processes, policies and structures. With 20 years experience in the study of corporate governance and board advisory, Matt is un…
 
After such a rich conversation in Episode 31, it’s no wonder Paul and Lauren had even more to discuss in the Green Room. At one point, Lauren even becomes the impromptu podcast host and invites Paul to share how his governance journey started, which is an inspiring story. They also touch on topics such as: Lauren’s strong learner mindset Her curren…
 
This week’s Boardroom Hustle guest is Lauren Harrell, a highly experienced board director that has served over a dozen not-for-profits and for-profit boards, and who also happens to be under the age of 40 – which, in governance, makes Lauren quite a rare find indeed! Lauren manages to juggle a complex day job, four separate board roles (one of whic…
 
This week’s Boardroom Hustle episode features Steven Bowman, a seasoned governance advisor, global entrepreneur and author (of 14 books!). Amongst his other businesses, Steven is the Managing Director of Conscious Governance, an international business that works with nonprofits and corporations to help create the future, specifically focussed in ar…
 
In this week’s episode of Boardroom Hustle, Paul chats to Hugh MacLeod, a highly experienced leader, educator, speaker, consultant, coach, advisor AND facilitator. Hugh has written over one hundred articles, essays and papers on leadership, and has also authored the successful book Humanizing Leadership: Reflection Fuels, People Matter, Relationshi…
 
If you listened to Episode 26 of Boardroom Hustle, featuring Gemma Major, you would know that she and Paul had a LOT to talk about. They touched on everything from radical accountability to ego death, and they were able to continue their interesting discussion in the Green Room afterward. Gemma and Paul reflect on the questions that were asked and …
 
We recently had the pleasure of Gemma Major’s company as a guest on Boardroom Hustle, and wow, what an episode it turned out to be. Paul and Gemma hold a conversation filled with inspirational soundbites, motivational encouragement and even a bit of spirituality and life purpose. Gemma is an incredible woman. She sits on the board of Philanthropy N…
 
Welcome to the very first In The Green Room edition of Boardroom Hustle! The Green Room is where Boardroom Hustle host, Paul Smith, debriefs with his guests after the show, to discuss the things they enjoyed, questions they found interesting, comments they may have missed, or topics they wanted to elaborate on. This first episode features Marianne …
 
This latest installment of Boardroom Hustle is a must-listen, featuring your host, Paul Smith, interviewing Marianne Cooper, PhD. Marianne is a hugely influential woman and an absolute powerhouse of information, and it was an absolute honour to have her on the show. Marianne is a sociologist at Stanford University, and was the lead researcher for S…
 
Boardroom Hustle is back! After over a year of hiatus, we’re back and better than ever. We’ve got some amazing episodes in the pipeline, with guests that will provide you with wise insights, inspirational encouragement, and the answers to some incredibly profound questions. So if you’re a conscious leader, aspiring or experienced board director, se…
 
Welcome to the final instalment of Boardroom Hustle for 2018! Our guest this episode brings such motivation and positivity that it's truly the perfect way to end the year; esteemed board director and entrepreneur, Cassandra Kelly. Cassandra is a very highly experienced international board director, acknowledged by the US Directors & Boards journal …
 
The latest instalment of Boardroom Hustle has co-hosts Paul Smith and Anna Byrne discussing something that affects every single one of us. Something that many of us aren’t even aware of…...cognitive bias. Our episode is a sort of follow-on of the fifth episode of Boardroom Hustle, The Elephant in the (Board)room, where we talked about cultivating c…
 
On the latest episode of Boardroom Hustle, co-hosts Paul Smith and Anna Byrne talk to Brian Stafford, the CEO and President of Diligent Corporation, whose company provides governance management software to almost half a million users and organisations worldwide, making it the largest in the world. Diligent is a portal that allows simple, functional…
 
Some of the brightest minds in the boardroom feel out of their depth when it comes to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) topics, but few readily admit to it. That’s why unique individuals like our latest podcast guest, Crystal Dilworth, are essential. Dr Crystal Dilworth is a science communicator, presenter and business consult…
 
Ignorance might be blissful for some, but it certainly doesn’t help a successful career in the boardroom. If there’s one thing directors need, it’s the ability to remain forever curious, open-minded, and both internally and externally aware. Without these, ignorance flourishes. But if you want to combat that ignorance, then listen to the latest ins…
 
In this episode of Boardroom Hustle, co-hosts Paul Smith and Anna Byrne flip the script and interview Anna herself, to discuss her fascination with decisioning – the cognitive process we undergo with every single choice we make. But how much of this process is subconscious? Are we really making decisions based on new information, or are we merely r…
 
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