Hey, it’s Andrew, and this is Safety on Tap.
Since you’re listening in, you must be a leader wanting to grow yourself and drastically improve health and safety along the way. Welcome to you, you’re in the right place. If this is your first time listening in, thanks for joining us and well done for trying something different to improve! And of course, welcome back to all of you wonderful regular listeners.
In this episode, we’re continuing our recent theme of looking at the future. Previous guest and friend of the show Kobi Simmat, CEO at Best Practice, shares a couple of big business trends he is seeing, which are relevant to all of us, we dig into some of the key business skills which might help you become the next CEO, and hear about an awesome live event he is putting on with a phenomenal line up of speakers to help businesses create their own better future.
If you are interested in the 2020 Vision Business Summit, with headline speakers including Ita Buttrose, Naomi Simson, Stephen Scheeler, and yours truly, check out bestpractice.biz. I would love to see you there!
I have lots of these kinds of explorative, curious conversations in my everyday work, much like the one you heard with Andy White in episode 133. I’m trying to bring you more conversations, pushing back a little on a more rigid and planned podcast format, because that’s real-life raw social + experiential learning in practice.
Having said that I know it was a long episode. So with respect to your time and challenging my brevity, my three takeaways are one sentence each:
1. Make the most of the education revolution.
2. Deploy some empathy.
3. Sell, or be sold.
If you missed the details about our upcoming free webinar, on using future-skills predictions to help you be more effective, check it out at safetyontap.com/future-skills
My handwritten reflection notes and a reflection template for you, plus the transcript all available and free over at safetyontap.com/ep137
Thanks so much for listening. Until next time, what’s the one thing you’ll do to take positive, effective or rewarding action, to grow yourself, and drastically improve health and safety along the way? Seeya!
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