We interview guests from around the globe and engage them in conversations about what it's like when you're living and working In Your Element. We discuss how nature's principles are serving as a guide for developing people, teams and business.
Liz has been working with one of Australia's largest organisations to prepare for 'The future of work' - including remote working and to support employee wellbeing. Remote working isn't new, but what is new is the scale, pace and impact of the change.
At the heart of TetraMap and its success is the use of nature as a metaphor. Aristotle said to master and use metaphor was a sign of genius.
Jane Beddall is from Connecticut USA. She is a lawyer with a focus on mediation and conflict resolution with a particular interest in family businesses.
Nicki shares her passion for nature and illustrates how she includes this in all her workshops to bring a greater sense of connection to each other and the planet we live on. She says in some way that many humans have become removed from a primal understanding of how we are all simply part of nature's ecosystem.
Whether strategic planning, project planning, or planning an event, the process can and should be an enjoyable and productive experience. TetraMap planning sessions bring us the best in people and a strong commitment to implementing the plan.
Selling and buying anything is, like nature, a balance of Earth, Air Water and Fire. Whether you're buying or selling, understanding the nature of the Elements is helpful.
Ally shares some interesting insights into her research with the Elements at O2 and the differing perceptions of their ability to reach a senior leadership position within the business.
Mark shares some key findings from his doctoral research conducted with Fire and Emergency New Zealand which operates with a significant and highly trained volunteer workforce. In this 30 minute episode he shares more about the nature of volunteers and strategies leaders can use in promoting the worth, dignity and development of volunteers to foster unity and enhance safety. His study is enlightening.
Season 3 begins with The Nature of Team, something we are very passionate about. It's a 10 minute episode. We hear from Andrew Melville, a long time friend of TetraMap and the editor of our book ‘ Develop People and Business the way Nature intended’.
Andrew narrates part 5 of the book for our listeners, and in this reading he describes a case study from the founders of TetraMap. It's called Sleeping with Another and highlights how the relationships between couples can change and deepen wih an understanding of TetraMap. It's poignant and funny and we hope you'll enjoy listening.
Liz Payne, Registered Psychologist is our latest guest on the podcast. Liz runs her own consulting business in Sydney, Australia and provides leadership development, culture transformation and executive assessment solutions.
Brad Hook, CEO -The Resilience Institute is our latest guest on the podcast. The Resilience Institute is a global organisation who deliver research based resilience solutions to build organisational resilience and strategic agility. They define resilience as the ability to bounce, grow, connect and flow.
Ruhia is a Master TetraMap Facilitator, and like all great teachers is also a student of learning. She is currently studying full time at Waikato University taking a total immersion course in Te Reo – called Te Tohu Paetahi. Working with and learning from the wisdom of Maori has always been very important to us at TetraMap and Ruhia has played a generous and significant part in that. In this episode, you'll hear many gems and insights into a Maori worldview, and we deeply appreciate Ruhia's guidance weaving TetraMap into many lessons and programmes over many years.
We hear from Andrew Melville, a long time friend of TetraMap and also the editor of our book ‘ Develop People and Business the way Nature intended’.
Amy Edmondson, Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School is our latest guest on the podcast. In her early career she worked alongside her hero (and ours) Buckminster Fuller as 'Chief Engineeer'. What an amazing connection.
Alex Villarreal, Facilitator, Coach, Consultant and Master TetraMap facilitator delivers experiential learning experiences for a range of clients in Mexico and the US. He is the founder of Odisea Consultores, where their focus is on leadership and team development.
Global business woman, Entrepreneur and Founder of Olive Strachan Resources, Olive has recently been honoured with an MBE in the 2019 Queen’s Birthday honours list.
We hear from Andrew Melville, a long time friend of TetraMap and also the editor of our book ‘ Develop People and Business the way Nature intended’. Andrew narrates part 3 of the book for our listeners, and in this reading he describes how the Elements go 3D and are mapped onto the exquisitely elegant shape of the tetrahedron.
Giam Swiegers was the Global Chief Executive Officer of Aurecon - a global engineering, management and specialist technical services company from February 2015 to January 2019.
Leyla discusses her work in Diversity, Inclusion, Culture and Wellbeing, as well as her intriguing interest in deserts and love of camels. She has an impressive background from her tenure at Imperial College, London where she was the Head of Centre for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. She also worked at the University of Oxford for six years, specialising in increasing applications from underrepresented BAME young people.
We talk with Andrew Melville, a long time friend of TetraMap and also the editor of our book ' Develop People and Business the way Nature intended'. Andrew narrates part 2 of the book for our listeners, and in this short reading he describes how nature's basic elements - earth, air, water and fire are metaphors for behaviour.
Ian Blackwell is an Executive Coach and Team Effectiveness Facilitator at Astra Zeneca in the UK. Astra Zeneca is one of the world's leading Bio-Pharmaceutical companies, who employ almost 60,000 people globally.
We talk with Andrew Melville, a long time friend of TetraMap and also the editor of our book ' Develop People and Business the way Nature intended'.
Our latest episode features Sarah Dwyer. Sarah held a marketing role at TetraMap International where she worked with as part of our team for four years. During that time, she made fantastic contributions to our development and community- including our brand guidelines.
We are delighted to chat with Fred Tan who recently founded Genium and Company along with two colleagues after a distinguished military career with Singapore Armed Forces (SAF). Fred shares his passion for developing leaders and provides unique insights into why Singapore Armed Forces chose to use a simple tool - TetraMap - for developing its young military leaders.
Anne is Head of Performance Learning at Curium Solutions UK, and her expertise is outstanding.
Our intention is to share opportunities for deeper insight into how TetraMap impacts lives and adds value across many different contexts, corporations, communities and countries.