While he doesn't advocate forced vaccinations, the world-renowned medical professor and heart and lung intensive care specialist expressed frustration with poor leadership and the media "beat up" on blood clots, which has undermined confidence in the global vaccine rollout.
Like many people charged with the fate of others, imposter syndrome is something Wayside Chapel CEO and pastor Jon Owen deals with regularly. Reaching out, he believes, is the key to getting through it. "Loneliness is the leprosy of the developed world," he says.
When Covid-19 hit, Arndt was considering whether to apply for the CEO role vacated by David Neal. In the blink of an eye, none of that mattered. Since taking the job, he’s come to realise the market crisis was just the front end of a massive wave of change.
During a candid discussion, the man who guided Australia through the 2019/20 fires revealed his own father’s untimely death while battling bushfires shocked him “to the core”, but the tragedy firmed his resolve to live a life serving the community.
Knowing your own values, purpose and ethics and leaving a positive social footprint is critical for individuals and companies. When what you say doesn’t match what you do, the disconnect can result in loss of reputation, trust and business, Garry Browne writes.