Boardroom Q and A

  1. STEVE CHAPMAN

    STEVE CHAPMAN

    It’s about trust and empowerment, the newly minted Edith Cowan University vice-chancellor tells Helen Shield.

  2. BOB HUNTER

    BOB HUNTER

    The Operational Leadership Consulting boss tells Peter Klinger it’s about the sum of the parts, not the individual.

  3. MICHAEL LISHMAN

    MICHAEL LISHMAN

    Gresham Advisory Partners’ new Perth boss tells Peter Klinger social media is no match for face-to-face interaction.

  4. ALISON MORLEY

    ALISON MORLEY

    Hiring good people with a passion for their role makes you really want to come to work, Iluka Resources country manager Kazakhstan tells Helen Shield.

  5. JUSTIN CARROLL

    JUSTIN CARROLL

    Inspire from the front, roll up your sleeves and push, the PwC Perth managing partner tells Sean Smith.

  6. GARY COX

    GARY COX

    Injecting excitement and a desire to succeed into the office works wonders the Perth chairman of patent, trademark and IP attorneys Wrays tells Nick Sas.

  7. ROHAN McDOUGALL

    ROHAN McDOUGALL

    Set targets and give your staff the space to shine, Curtin University’s director of IP and commercialisation tells Nick Sas.

  8. IAN ANDERSON

    IAN ANDERSON

    Being honest and having integrity builds trust with your people, the new MDA National chief tells Sean Smith.

  9. JUNE KENNY

    JUNE KENNY

    There are many talented women and Aboriginal people, it’s just a matter of stoking the fire, the managing partner of Dwyer Durack tells Peter Klinger.

  10. SIMON HIGGINS

    SIMON HIGGINS

    People delivering results should be rewarded at all levels, the managing director of ECM tells Peter Williams.

  11. 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.

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