herBusiness - Insights for women in Business
Summary: Interviews with inspiring business women. Business topic that affect women in business. Inspiration, education and good ideas. Your host is Australian Businesswomen's Network Community Director, Suzi Dafnis.
Linda Tarr-Whelan is the author of Women Lead the Way: Your Guide to Stepping Up to Leadership and Changing the World. In this interview we look at myths about women and leadership, how to get balanced leadership in business and the one area of business that women trail behind men in, and what to do about it.
Frances Feenstra is CEO of The 100% Project an initiative that challenges business leaders to change the practices and mindsets within their organisations to fully realise the leadership potential of both men and women. In this interview we discuss the issues that prevent a better balance of gender in leadership positions
Lisa Lovick of a Slice of Orange, a providore located in the heart of Orange, NSW. Together with her sister she's expanded A Slice of Orange which sells seasonal produce from the local region. In this interview we look at why more and more people are seeking out locally grown produce, and how her experience as an employee has helped grow her business.
Kate Tribe is a quantitative market and social researcher and the founder of Tribe Research. In this interview we look at tips for designing an effective survey, how to use survey results to drive change in your business and, the types of questions that get the best responses.
Jeanne-Vida Douglas is coauthor of The Profit Principle - How to turn what you know into what you do - without spending (or borrowing) a cent. In this interview we look at why many small businesses stay small, the role that customers and partners should play in business and how to make money before you spend a cent in business. Host, Suzi Dafnis
Craig Badings is the author of BRAND STAND - 7 Steps to Thought Leadership. In this interview Craig explains how to establish yourself as a thought leader in your industry, why it's important to differentiate yourself in your market and offers a step by step approach for rolling out a thought leadership plan. Host, Suzi Dafnis
Beverley Honig is the author of Making Contracts Work. In this interview we look at how to plan for, structure and manage contracts, whether they be for a small outsourced job, or a major business agreement. Host, Suzi Dafnis.
Catherne Kaputa is the author of The Female Brand, a book that teaches women how to create a strong personal brand in a business setting. Catherine explains how the differences between men and women translate at work, and how women can capitalise on these points of difference to their advantage. Host, Suzi Dafnis
Miranda Bond is the owner of Inika cosmetics, a 100% natural makeup brand that incorporates mineral, vegan and organic products that are devoid of synthetic chemicals and contain only the finest ingredients. In this interview we discuss how a deeply personal trauma lead to a career change and how she's approached international expansion. Host, Suzi Dafnis
Designed to support the health and well-being of its customers and the planet, this innovative haircare business is being very green, down to the packaging, AND even in their marketing - adopting terrific social media opportunities to grow their brand. Guest - Jose Bryce-Smith, Original & Mineral. Host, Suzi Dafnis
For many of us, running one business is more than enough. My guest today runs two businesses. Emma Lo Russo has brought together her experience to two businesses Digivizer and Validity Coaching. Emma joins me to talk about the pros and cons of running a portfolio business, that is, a collection of businesses. Host, Suzi Dafnis.
Louise Woodbury is the co-author of a new book titled “The Invisible Partnership - How to Work with Your Spouse without Getting Divorced." We discuss: Is it possible for relationship partners to run a business together? When you’re partners in life and business, who gets to be boss? What role do commitment, alignment and integrity play in creating a successful partnership and maintaining a healthy relationship. Host, Suzi Dafnis
Angela Vithoulkas is the co-owner of the Vivo Café Group, a highly successful cafe brand based in Sydney's Central Business District. We discuss how a cafe created national buzz and a world record on FourSquare, how to deal with small-business frustrations and why a multi-channel and social media marketing strategy is important for small business.
Marshall Goldsmith is the author of MOJO - How to Get It, How to Keep It, How to Get it Back if You Lose it - a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller. Dr Goldsmith is a world authority in helping successful leaders get even better – by achieving positive, lasting change in behavior: for themselves, their people and their teams. Host, Suzi Dafnis.
Anne-Marie Sparrow is Managing Director and owner of Sydney-based public relations agency Cube PR. In this interview we look at where public relations can fit into your marketing strategy, how PR crosses over into digital communication and how to make public relations work best for you. Host, Suzi Dafnis.