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Arts House is well-established as one of Australia’s most exciting contemporary arts presenters. ​​​​​​Our dynamic program of activities fosters the development and presentation of innovative, multidisciplinary works, stimulating peer and sector development. As a City of Melbourne program, Arts House enjoys a stability that allows long-term artistic vision and ongoing investment in new ideas and art forms. We take a holistic approach, supporting the various stages in the life cycle of artist ...
 
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Home secretary Priti Patel's initiative to examine plans for an offshore immigration centre on Ascension Island — more than 4,000 miles from the UK — put the government's asylum policy under the spotlight this week and bore striking similarities with policies adopted by Australia's centre-right Liberal party. Why are the Tories so fond of Australia…
 
Ian O’Dwyer, known simply as ‘OD’ in the industry, is a movement practitioner and educator who aspires to lead and innovate the wellbeing field. In this chat with The Fitness Industry Podcast’s Bel Fong, he discusses self-osteo myofascial applications, giving clients what they need physically, mentally and emotionally, and the importance of self-ca…
 
Boris Johnson's coronavirus strategy was yet again tested to breaking point this week, as Labour opposition leader Keir Starmer and leaders of northern English cities tore into the government's new three-tier alert system. Where does this leave the prime minister's strategy for handling the pandemic? Meanwhile, Brexit talks are set to enter a tense…
 
Tension over coronavirus rules pervaded local and national UK politics this week as the north of England faced further restrictions, and pubs and restaurants in central Scotland were closed. Will Westminster now take a more centralised approach to restrictions? Plus, we discuss Prime Minister Boris Johnson's virtual Conservative party conference sp…
 
Acclaimed facility manager and industry leader Kristen Green is the first Australian to receive the coveted IHRSA Women’s Leader Award. Here, she chats with The Fitness Industry Podcast’s Oliver Kitchingman about the 5P model for cultural success, the false economy of keeping popular team members who don’t exhibit your club’s values, and helping yo…
 
Prime Minister Boris Johnson introduced further restrictions to halt the spread of Covid-19 in the UK but faced a backlash from Conservative MPs. Chancellor Rishi Sunak's winter economic plan, however, received a much warmer reception. How much will it help the UK economy? We also discuss Keir Starmer's first conference speech as Labour leader and …
 
Visionary fitness educator Sara Kooperman has greatly impacted countless fitness careers. Here, she chats with The Fitness Industry Podcast’s Katrina Cochrane about growing her network of nine annual fitness conventions from one loss-making workshop; the importance of staying true to your budget as well as your vision; managing team members to thei…
 
We all remember how nerve-wracking a job interview can get, right? As a business leader, you can help by telling the candidate that it's perfectly normal to feel nervous at the start of an interview. That's actually excitement. It's a sign that they care about the interview and want to do well. Let's talk about 10 helpful tips when interviewing app…
 
Take your time in the search. But when you find great talent that's also a great fit for you and your business culture, offer really fast! Global Office PH CEO Fiona Kesby shares her tips for choosing exceptional VAs, in this episode of All In!About Global Office Philippines: We help high growth-oriented business in Australia, UK, and USA to extend…
 
In the latest from our special interview series, the FT's Sebastian Payne talks to Bridget Phillipson, Labour's shadow chief secretary to the Treasury, about the government's economic recovery plan, and how Labour would approach it differently. Plus, how the party plans to regain support across the north of England and why it needs to move beyond t…
 
If we waited to get completely ready, would we ever get anything done? In this episode, Global Office PH CEO Fiona Kesby names the 5 areas to ask about when you're looking for an outsourcing provider.Audio Transcript: https://blog.go-va.com.au/how-to-win-in-outsourcing-even-if-youre-not-ready-to-start/About Global Office Philippines:If you need to …
 
Prime Minister Boris Johnson made yet another abrupt policy change this week to get pupils in England back to school. Are the wrong people in government making these decisions, and how much is the civil service at fault? Plus, we discuss the election of Ed Davey as the new leader of the Liberal Democrats and whether the party can reclaim the centre…
 
Nutritionist and exercise scientist Kristen Beck has over 20 years’ experience in the nutrition, supplement and fitness industries. Here, she chats with The Fitness Industry Podcast’s Katrina Cochrane about nutrition and brain health; adrenal fatigue and severe anxiety; the calming effect of a healthy gut microbiome; and how eating more vegies is t…
 
At the start, take the time to save time. Your global team will work better and your business will scale much faster. CEO Fiona Kesby of Global Office PH shares her No. 1 tip so you'll never again have to say, "But it's faster if I do things myself!"If you need to build or expand your global team, we can help you. Schedule a meeting with us: https:…
 
It has been an embarrassing week for the Johnson government, as education secretary Gavin Williamson was forced into a U-turn on exam results. Will the prime minister rethink his management style and does he face a leadership challenge? Plus, the UK and EU are still struggling to strike a trade deal in the latest Brexit negotiations. Will an agreem…
 
What do businesses need to change, now that nearly everyone works from home most of the time? How do you build a remarkable work culture online? Our CEO Fiona Kesby shares some battle-tested ideas in Part 2 of The Global Office-PH Story.Part 1 Link: https://soundcloud.com/globalofficeph/ep1-p1-its-time-to-go-all-in-the-global-office-va-storyIf you …
 
In the latest from our summer interview series, Sebastian Payne talks to Ed Davey, Liberal Democrat leadership candidate, about why he thinks the party’s “radical reforming agenda” can win over voters at the next election. Produced by Fiona Symon. The sound engineer is Breen Turner and the editor is Liam Nolan. Theme music by Metaphor Music. See ac…
 
The UK is in its deepest recession on record, official data showed this week. Not only does Britain have the worst coronavirus death toll in Europe, but the economy has been harder hit than any other G7 country. Is it Boris Johnson’s fault? Plus, we discuss the exams debacle and the anger at how grades have been awarded to students who couldn’t sit…
 
How Global Office PH, formerly known as Go-Virtual Assistants, began. A Story About Sales, Bravery, and Thriving in the Midst of a Pandemic.Part 2: https://soundcloud.com/globalofficeph/episode-1-part-2-its-time-to-go-all-in-the-global-office-ph-storyAbout Global Office PHWe help high growth-oriented business in Australia, UK, and the USA to extend…
 
Boris Johnson’s government has been warned by the opposition that it has less than a month to fix the test, track and trace system to get pupils back into schools, while avoiding another coronavirus outbreak. Can it be done? Plus, we delve into the biggest shake-up in England’s housing planning rules since the second world war and whether it will l…
 
In the latest from our summer interview series, former UK chancellor Sajid Javid joins Sebastian Payne for a discussion on whether the government has the right approach to getting the country's economy moving again and why he thinks the civil service could benefit from greater diversity. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Prime Minister Boris Johnson put a brake on the reopening of parts of the UK, as cases of coronavirus began to surge again. Will these localised lockdowns work? Plus, we discuss the chaos over the introduction of quarantine restrictions on tourists returning from countries such as Spain, and whether the traditional “Red Wall” Labour heartlands are …
 
Strength and conditioning coach Brodie Hicks has a wealth of experience in using periodised programming for the general population as well as with elite athletes. Here, he chats with The Fitness Industry Podcast’s Katrina Cochrane about linear and non-linear periodisation; macro- , micro- and meso-cycles; focusing on volume before intensity and sim…
 
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