Boardroom Q and A

  1. MARTIN BLACK

    MARTIN BLACK

    If your people prove themselves, give them as much autonomy as possible, the co-owner of The Margaret River Chocolate Company tells Sean Smith.

  2. GLEN MESCH

    GLEN MESCH

    Things can go pear-shaped quickly, which is why teamwork and vigilance are crucial, the Perpetual Private WA State manager tells Ben Harvey.

  3. PETER KAMBOURIS

    PETER KAMBOURIS

    It is vital to learn from mistakes because ignoring problems leads to failure, the Kambo’s managing director tells Ben Harvey.

  4. WARWICK HEMSLEY

    WARWICK HEMSLEY

    Leading by example can be a powerful motivator, the QWest chairman tells Ben Harvey.

  5. DIANMIN CHEN

    DIANMIN CHEN

    The managing director of Norton Gold Fields tells Nick Evans that instilling a ‘can do’ attitude among staff gets results.

  6. GREG HEYLEN

    GREG HEYLEN

    It’s all about building strong, rewarding relationships, the chief executive of BGC Contracting tells Ben Harvey.

  7. RUSSELL BASKERVILLE

    RUSSELL BASKERVILLE

    The Empired managing director tells Nick Sas it’s all about being approachable and driving ambition.

  8. SUE McCARREY

    SUE McCARREY

    The new chief of the National Rail Safety Regulator tells Brad Thompson a little praise goes a long way in transport.

  9. DOUG STIPANICEV

    DOUG STIPANICEV

    The Gadens partner and Perth chief tells Sean Smith happy, motivated staff are a firm’s best asset.

  10. MAURO BALZARINI

    MAURO BALZARINI

    The managing director of Wellard tells Brad Thompson lifting the standard of animal welfare is not just an ethical issue, it’s also good for business.

  11. GREG ROWE

    GREG ROWE

    Spell out your expectations and don’t interfere too much, the Rowe Group managing director tells Marissa Lague.

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