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This week on the WarriorU Podcast Bram shares his three rules for leadership in 2021. Things to STOP doing, START doing and KEEP doing. Actually there’s nine things in total, but let’s face it three sounds like it would be easier to absorb. These things to stop doing, start doing and keep doing can be thought of as an easy blue print for much bette…
 
This week on The WarriorU Podcast Bram and Trent take a look at the leadership of Ronald Reagan. The 40th President of the United States, Reagan served from 1981 to 1989 and became a highly influential voice of modern conservatism. There was lots of great things to take away from his presidency not least of which was his use of charisma and charm t…
 
This week on The WarriorU Podcast Bram and Trent look back over 2020 - the year that was and discuss their observations and insights after assisting a number of high profile clients develop their current and emerging leaders in the operating environment of a pandemic. They discuss key observations from the conduct of their Hindsight Leadership and …
 
Bram Connolly and Trent Burnard continue their Leadership Analysis Series. During this series Bram and Trent forensically analyse leadership styles throughout history and attribute them with a score for different facets of leadership. By doing this, they hope to find knowledge, skills and attributes that modern leaders may, or may not want to emula…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast, Bram Connolly and Trent Burnard continue their Leadership Analysis Series. During this series Bram and Trent will be forensically analysing leadership styles throughout history and attributing them with a score for different facets of leadership. By doing this, they hope to find knowledge, skills and attributes th…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast, Bram Connolly and Trent Burnard continue their Leadership Analysis Series. During this series Bram and Trent will be forensically analysing leadership styles throughout history and attributing them with a score for different facets of leadership. By doing this, they hope to find knowledge, skills and attributes th…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast, Bram Connolly and Trent Burnard continue their Leadership Analysis Series. During this series Bram and Trent will be forensically analysing leadership styles throughout history and attributing them with a score for different facets of leadership. By doing this, they hope to find knowledge, skills and attributes th…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast, Bram Connolly and Trent Burnard continue their Leadership Analysis Series. During this series Bram and Trent will be forensically analysing leadership styles throughout history and attributing them with a score for different facets of leadership. By doing this, they hope to find knowledge, skills and attributes th…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast, Bram Connolly and Trent Burnard start their Leadership Analysis Series. During this series Bram and Trent will be forensically analysing leadership styles throughout history and attributing them with a score for different facets of leadership. By doing this, they hope to find knowledge, skills and attributes that …
 
This week on Season two of the WarriorU Podcast, Bram and Trent answer more leadership questions. The lads discuss the perception of leadership within a team, unpacking your leadership narrative and share some examples of good leadership that they have witness throughout their careers. Trent and Bram, with their years of experience leading in the a…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast, Bram and Trent answer your key questions around leadership. In this episode, they discuss topics such as leading those who do not want to listen, approaching narcissism in leadership, and the relationship between vulnerability and resilience. Bram and Trent dive deep into understanding what it takes to be a good l…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast, Bram and Trent continues their discussion around leadership in the Army, training, structures and situations. In this episode, the pair dive deeper into the topic of leadership, and specifically leading a platoon out in the field. They discuss critical factors to ensuring successful leadership such as effective tr…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast, Bram and Trent continue their talk on leadership in the Army, training, structures and situations. In this episode, the pair focus on the values that leadership in the Army should instil, the competency of soldiers themselves, understanding who you are as a leader and the relationships between leaders within the A…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast, we’ll discuss a range of topics relating to platoon leadership, including leading as a brand-new platoon commander, relationships with Senior NCO’s and their wider impact within a platoon as a leader. Episode Highlights: Leading as a brand-new platoon commander. The wider impacts of such leadership within a platoo…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast, Bram talks to Patryjcia Slawuta, Social Psychologist and founder of SelfHackathon. Patryjcia defines herself as a ‘mind-hacker’, rather than a psychologist, and completed her PHD in shame. She is an expert when it comes to re-wiring the human brain. That being, our ability to control, connect with and change our t…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast Bram talks to Commando, Dean Parkinson. Dean joined the Army as a 17-year-old back in the late 1980’s. He started his career in the 3rd Battalion where he found his passion in parachuting. His career was cut short in 1991 when he was seriously injured in an aircraft crash which killed two people and left nine other…
 
During this episode of The WarriorU podcast, host Bram Connolly speaks with Mark Wales, former Special Operations Officer and associate at McKinsey & Company, and his wife Samantha Gash, professional endurance athlete, social entrepreneur and motivational speaker. They discuss leading teams remotely, Mark’s time in Special Operations, how to lead i…
 
David Marshall – Why Leadership Matters. This week on the WarriorU Podcast Bram talks to David Marshall the CEO of Defence Bank. David grew up on a farming property in New Zealand. He studied at Lincoln College (Canterbury University), London Business School and the Wharton Business School. He commenced his role as the Chief Executive Officer of De…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast Bram reads the first chapter of his upcoming leadership book, The Commando Way. The Foreword is written by legendary Aussie Rules coach Paul Roos with follow on comments from Major General Mike Hindmarsh and General Stanley McChrystal and with praise from previously serving officers and soldiers alike. This chapter…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast Bram Connolly talks to comedian, radio host, media consultant and all around not a bad bloke Merrick Watts. There wouldn’t be too many Australians out there who haven’t heard of Merrick. He was under constant radio contract for over twenty years, prolific on TV comedy shows, frequented comedy festivals all over Aus…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast Bram Connolly talks to Australian criminal and human rights lawyer, retired British Army officer, author, professional speaker and hostage survivor Rabia Siddique. In 2005 Rabia was sent on a mission to Basra in order to negotiate the release of two British Special Forces Soldiers. Not long after her arrival, the c…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast Bram Connolly talks to LTCOL Dave Grossman about his best selling books and the research behind them. "On Killing and On Combat" provide combat forces and first responders with a window into the psychology of combat, stress and the bodies natural responses. The pair discuss how soldiers are trained to kill and how …
 
This week Bram Connolly talks to actor, ironman triathlete and all-round good bloke Daniel Macpherson. Fresh from starring as Sergeant Samuel Wyatt in the acclaimed international HBO/SKY action series Strike Back, Dan describes the stress of living far away from home, out of a suitcase, and fully immersed in demanding roles months at a time. If you…
 
This week on the WarriorU Podcast I talk to Australian actor Joel Jackson. The underlying theme of the podcast is “Growth vs Success” in what is a very public industry. If ever there is a podcast that embodies David Epstein’s theory that “generalists” thrive in a “specialist’s” world, then this is it. Joel is known for his roles; Peter Allen in Pet…
 
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