Director of Narrative Marketing & Host of Be The Drop podcast, delivering your business extra KAPOW ūüí• through powerful Brand Storytelling.
Recent episodes featuring Amelia Veale
Leadership Skills From The Inside Out
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Leadership skills are not necessarily innate, like any skill, they require training and practice. Effective leadership can include a broad range of skills and a wide range of management styles; the challenge within this, is to identify your own unique leadership style.¬† Matt Cesaro and Mia Handshin are the Co-Founders of LeadersHP, a business focused on helping to develop leaders from the inside out. Their mission is to support leaders to develop higher perspective, purpose, and ultimately, to lift their performance in leadership. In today‚Äôs episode of Be The Drop, Matt and Mia share their stories on how to build positive leadership skills. The dynamic duo focus on their personal growth, share some of their valuable teachings and develop the discussion about storytelling, self-authorship, and setting values. ---- James Cridland, Podnews.net Editor and international podcast speaker is coming to Adelaide on Wednesday 23rd October to present the latest data on podcasting trends from around the world. I‚Äôm super excited to host this event and would love to see you there. Use this link or the code ‚Äúheroes‚ÄĚ and you‚Äôll even jag a discount. --- The¬†Be¬†The Drop¬†podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here¬†for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us¬†on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on¬†Instagram¬†or¬†Twitter. CONTACT US¬†podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
Building Business Relationships in Construction
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Many factors contribute to building a successful business. Strategy, structures and procedures all contribute to improved performance. Something that is less tangible but arguably more important, is the business relationships that underpin growth. For it's the people within your organisation and the relationships they develop, that actually makes the business successful.  James Sarah, is the Joint Managing Director of the SARAH Group, a third generation family business established in 1961. The Sarah Group comprises of Sarah Constructions, a commercial construction contractor, and Hindmarsh Plumbing, a commercial plumbing, maintenance and water treatment contractor. In today’s episode of Be The Drop, James discusses his role in maintaining the family business values through growth and expansion. He reflects on how an exchange to Japan helped shaped his life learning approach and also shares his top tips to build successful business relationships. --- James Cridland, Podnews.net Editor and international podcast speaker is coming to Adelaide on Wednesday 23rd October to present the latest data on podcasting trends from around the world. I’m super excited to host this event and would love to see you there. Click this link for full event details and to book your ticket. --- The Be The Drop podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on Instagram or Twitter. CONTACT US podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
Startup Incubator Explained: Nurturing New Ideas
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Startup incubators are catalysts for change. While they don't develop the ideas or make the deals to turn those ideas into reality, they provide a space to nurture the people who have the drive to do great things. So who gets behind a startup incubator and how do you become a catalyst for others? Jason Neave¬†is the inspirational Director of¬†the Moonshine Laboratory, an incubator born of passion out of the¬†Distillery,¬†the digital marketing agency of which Jason is the Managing Director. Through his experience developing business strategies, positioning products, and in developing his own startup Punt Club, Jason is very fluent in the language of entrepreneurs. In today‚Äôs episode of Be The Drop, a story of pursuit and passion, Jason describes the difficulty of fostering innovation, and how a startup incubator can help this. Between speaking client dialect, changing customer behaviour, and driving growth by investing in himself, Jason shares many valuable lessons. ---- When I find something useful for my business, I like to share the love! For royalty free music on podcasts and videos, we love Soundstripe; it‚Äôs got lots of great tunes and no boring ‚Äėelevator music‚Äô. As a Soundstripe Partner we‚Äôre excited to offer you a 10% discount code. Use this link to access the discount or enter the code: BE THE DROP at Soundstripe checkout. ----- The¬†Be¬†The Drop¬†podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here¬†for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us¬†on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on¬†Instagram¬†or¬†Twitter. CONTACT US¬†podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
Creating A Documentary Series - The Journey Begins
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¬† I‚Äôm very excited in this episode to announce a special project that we‚Äôre currently working on. With assistance from the Community Broadcasting Fundation, Channel 44 and supporting partners, we are creating an 8 part TV, web and podcast interview series called: Transcending The Gender Narrative. The aim of the series is to provide a diverse viewpoint of the women and men, who are championing diversity and equality. The series will share positive success stories from women as well as insights from the men who are proactive in this space. We will investigate how to shift our conversations from an "us + them" or ‚Äúhe + she‚ÄĚ mentality to an inclusive approach, that focuses on us as humans, rather than focus on our gender.¬†¬† In today‚Äôs episode of Be The Drop, I discusses why we are creating this documentary series, and we hear from two of the project team members. I also explain the process we‚Äôre going through in order to create content that we hope will help shape change to the limitations of our current gender narratives.¬†¬† ---- This documentary series was made possible with support from the Community Broadcasting Foundation. Find out more at cbf.org.au ----- The¬†Be¬†The Drop¬†podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here¬†for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us¬†on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on¬†Instagram¬†or¬†Twitter. CONTACT US¬†podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
The Importance Of Life Long Learning And Mentors
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Working with mentors and embracing a commitment to life long learning can have significant benefits both in our personal and business life. Understanding different perspectives and building knowledge from others already experienced in our field, helps us build on our strengths and develop our weaknesses. Tim Prosser¬†has a background in IT, is a start-up business mentor at¬†Remarkable¬†and is passionate about reimagining life long learning. His work has connected people, assisted freelancers tackle business problems, and helped social entrepreneurs bring revolutionary and liberating technology to support people with disabilities. In today‚Äôs episode of Be The Drop, Tim discusses the progress of entrepreneurialism in Australia. Tim shares his insight into life long learning, what we can do to overcome education challenges in our society, and what our government can do to remove some of these challenges. ---- When I find something useful for my business, I like to share the love! For royalty free music on podcasts and videos, we love Soundstripe; it‚Äôs got lots of great tunes and no boring ‚Äėelevator music‚Äô. As a Soundstripe Partner we‚Äôre excited to offer you a 10% discount code. Use this link to access the discount or enter the code: BE THE DROP at Soundstripe checkout. ----- The¬†Be¬†The Drop¬†podcast is brought to you by Narrative Marketing, the Brand Storytelling Superheroes! We release new content each week! SUBSCRIBE to the blog here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop podcast in iTunes here SUBSCRIBE to Be The Drop in Spotify here SUBSCRIBE on YouTube here¬†for the full interview video, behind the scenes, bloopers & more. CONNECT with us¬†on Facebook, follow @be_the_drop on¬†Instagram¬†or¬†Twitter. CONTACT US¬†podcast@narrativemarketing.com.au
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Adelaide SA, Australia
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2 days, 16 hours