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Leading Beings - Previously The Good Work Revolution | Fulfilment, wellbeing & Positive in Business, Career, Leadership & Life

Be your best human in work, leadership and life. How can you lead a conscious and fulfilling work-life that express your unique potential and makes and impact? We talk to amazing humans 'Leading Beings' who are doing just that, in their careers, businesses, leadership and lives. We talk consciousness, flow, meaning, purpose, work-life balance, meaning, personal and professional development, self awareness, meditation, human potential, spirituality, creativity, wellbeing and doing good work that makes a difference in the world. This show was previously The Good Work Revolution.
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Jan 10, 2019

When you're doing work or running a business that is deeply connected to your purpose and sense on meaning in the world, it's only natural that as you change, your work will need to evolve with you. Please join me along my journey as the Good Work Revolution Podcast becomes Leading Beings.

Mar 27, 2018

In this episode, I reflect on the idea of discovering your calling. What does it mean to be called by something? How can you discover your calling? Can you have multiple callings?

I also share some freebies and news about a conference I'll be putting on in Melbourne in August.

 

Links

https://sixfigurecoachsummit.com/kate

https://katemccready.teachable.com/courses/a-conscious-work-life-introduction/

https://worklifex.com

You can find show notes to this episode at https://katemccready.com/blog/discover-your-calling

Dec 26, 2017

My guest today is Sally Hill. From almost as soon as her career started, Sally had a strong interest in sustainability and social impact, as well as a strong sense of social justice. After working across the not for profit and sustainability sectors, in roles spanning digital, partnerships, communications and more – sally saw an opportunity and had the desire to begin working in the emerging space of purpose driven business.

 

Sally cofounded her company Wildwon with Yvonne Lee in 2012. Now a certified B-Corp, Wildwon is a purpose driven experience design agency that works with organisations that make a positive social and environmental impact. They are also behind one of my favorite conferences, Purpose.

 

Join sally and I as we discuss themes of:

 

  • Choosing who we work with
  • Leading in line with values
  • Dealing with doubt
  • B-corps and
  • What it takes to be a purpose driven business
Oct 17, 2017

My guest on the Podcast today is Dr Jason Fox. Jason is a modern-day wizard-rogue, author and leadership adviser.

 

Sought after for his pioneering philosophies and expertise in motivation design, Jason shows forward-thinking leaders around the world how to unlock new and meaningful progress—amidst a volatile sea of complexity, uncertainty, ambiguity, paradox and doubt.

Jason is the bestselling author of The Game Changer, and How to Lead a Quest: a handbook for pioneering executives and his research has been featured in the likes of Smart Company, Huffington Post, BRW and The Financial Review.

Join Jason and I as we discuss themes of motivation design, the threat of busyness and the cult of productivity, faux charisma, challenging the assumption that more is better and achieving meaningful progress towards purpose.

You can find Jason at www.drjasonfox.com.

You can find me at: 

www.katemccreay.com 

www.instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

www.facebook.com/katemccreadyhq

www.twitter.com/katemccready

 

Mar 1, 2017

My guest today is Matt Henricks. After starting his career in HR, where his early roles saw him responsible for ‘letting go’ over 100 hundred employees, Matt sought out a change in his work to do something more meaningful. Flash forward to today and Matt is now the CEO and Founder of Henricks Consulting, the Helping Hands Program and Water Works Program, Matt's passion is helping companies change the way that employees engage with their work. Matt is an expert in the field of Organisational Change and has run successful consultancy business since 2006. He is a registered and endorsed Organisational Psychologist and author of the book "The Inspired Workplace: Organisational wisdom from the most unlikely of sources.”

Join Matt and I as we explore his journey into creating two social focused organisational learning and team building experiences that help thousands of people around the world - and in this, how he rediscovered his boyhood dream of making a difference. Along the way we explore themes such as our innate desire as humans to make the world a better place, engaging empathy and the heart in business, purpose, the power of collaboration and the incredible impact small actions of individuals can have on changing the world.

You can find Matt and his work via the following websites. www.henricksconsulting.com, www.helpinghandsprogram.com.au or www.waterworks program.com.

 

The Good Work Revolution is a podcast created to share and explore inspiring stories of people creating their Good Work. Each episode I delve into what it takes to create work that fulfils, inspires and has a positive impact: for ourselves others and the world.

 

If you would like to continue the conversation, please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

 

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Nov 14, 2016

My guest today is Amy Watson, who is one half of the creative team behind Pickles Mag. An online video magazine exploring the future of food.

 

After experiencing a bit of an existential crisis, Amy decided too take her skills and her talents from journalism and video production and apply them to something she was passionate about. Her passion for food.

 

Growing from what she describes as almost an obsession, Amy really got involved with understanding issues surrounding food like sustainability and really wanted to and really wanted to explore sustainable food though the medium of video.

 

But instead of taking the leap as we're so often told to do, Amy decided to keep her day job while she started Pickles Mag on the side.


Join Amy and I as we discuss themes such as applying your skills to positive impact work, knowing your limits, labels, the reality of making money and of course, finding how to do your good work through a side project.

Jun 27, 2016

This week I reflect on a number of themes around growing our good work. The idea of starting small, rather than not starting at all and accepting and embracing the fact that our purpose will grow and change over time.

This theme was inspired from my last episode's conversation with Danielle Malik who spoke about feeling she wanted to 'up-leve' on the problems she was trying to solve through her work.

It's easy to feel that we are never doing enough in out good work and we can always be doing better. I encourage you though to see this desire to do more as positive. That you are only growing and evolving as a change maker - wanting to do more to help others and the world around you.

 

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises. Who are creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

Please come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Feb 23, 2016

Reflecting on last week's episode with Christian Duell, I dive into an idea we explored in our conversation on how our purpose is not fixed. It is something that can bend and change over time.

 

I also look at the idea of using projects to explore your purpose: to approach the idea of finding your purpose as an experiment as opposed to a journey with an end point. Finally, I explore playing with and evolving your purpose as you grow as a person and chip away the parts of you that no longer serve you.

 

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises, creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

 

Please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

 

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

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