CU 04: Jenny Butcher, HR Director

Our special guest in this episode, Jenny Butcher, is one of Australia's most highly regarded Human Resource Directors. Jenny has worked in both the Commercial & not for profit sectors and also as a consultant, holding a range of leadership roles at organizations including Accenture, Hudson & Logical Edge and has helped clients such as Sensis, Johnson & Johnson, Janssen-Cilag, Perpetual and Visy. Jenny talks openly about her own experiences and also passes on valuable advice about how to create a 'business case' to be recruited! Don't miss this episode with Jenny. Read more »

CU 03: Jim O'Connor, Micro Brewer & Entrepreneur

Our guest on Careers Unplugged this week, Jim O’Connor, started working for one of the world's largest accounting advisory firms, Andersen, whilst in his early 20s, taking him across Asia in different roles. He later acquired, managed and sold a successful agricultural business with his brother, before embarking on an entirely different journey... as founder and co-owner of boutique brewery, The Fortitude Brewing company. Read more »

CU 01: Brian Kelly, Renowned Retail CEO

Retail CEO Brian Kelly The inaugural episode of Careers Unplugged kicks off with one of Australia’s business leaders. Brian Kelly has spent more than 30 years as a senior executive in the retail & career management industries. He has held leadership roles as CEO of national retail giant Retravision and GM of Pioneer Electronics,  and CEO of Australia’s leading career Management Company for Youth, Managers, Executives and Professionals.  Read more »

How to avoid being extinct in your career or business

Have ever wondered whether your career or business is moving in the right direction? Change is an inevitable part of life after all, and this means we need to take steps to make sure we are change embracing... even if we feel comfortable. Let's us not forget that dinosaurs were […] Read more »

Stu's take on "8 ways to get a job"

http://makeitbigtraining.com/8-great-ways-to-get-your-dream-job/ Check out Stu's take on this week's Make It Big Training video, "8 Ways to Get Your Dream Job". Have a laugh, then visit MakeItBigTraining.com and watch Stu Hayes & Rich Sayer share together - it's great stuff and includes some excellent tips on finding work. Here's the direct […] Read more »

Why Is Stu So Excited About Risk?

http://makeitbigtraining.com/is-your-business-idea-too-risky/ Starting a business can be risky -- but that does not mean you shouldn't do it... it also doesn't mean risk has to be as high as it is! There are plenty of things you can do to reduce risk, irrespective of where you start from. Check out this […] Read more »

"Things to Avoid When You're Unemployed" - Stu's Take

If you are unemployed, check out this punchy little video from Stu Hayes and then check out Stu with Rich Sayer as the two of them provide a great perspective on the "5 Things To Avoid If You're Unemployed". Here's the link: http://makeitbigtraining.com/5-things-to-avoid-if-youre-unemployed/ Yours in Success Stu Hayes & Rich […] Read more »

How Enthusiasm Creates a Pathway to Success

If you have ever noticed that things seem to be much more effective, much more fun and have much easier when you are enthusiastic, then check out this video from Captain Enthusiasm himself, Rich Sayer! Rich shares some great tips on finding success through following your enthusiasm - its great […] Read more »

How To Get Paid to Learn... & To Start A Business

If you interested in starting a business or if you are wondering how to minimize the cash you need so you can think about starting a business, then this video is for you! Starting a business can be a risky affair after all, and if you don't know what you're […] Read more »

What is Your "You" SP?

If you are wondering whether you have what it takes to start a business on the side, then check out this great video in which shares his insights on the importance of your "You-SP" - your unique selling proposition! It is classic Rich and there are some great snippets of […] Read more »