About Claire Scobie

Dr. Claire Scobie is a journalist and award-winning author. She advises businesses on harnessing the power of storytelling as a strategic business tool; hosts literary tours in India with Abercrombie & Kent and mentors writers. For more information on Dr. Claire Scobie, visit her website.

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  1. Vast implications for the future of data

    The convergence of technologies such as high-speed broadband and big data is creating a revolution — the Internet of Things...

  2. Adam Goodes on longevity, leadership and tackling racism

    Former Australian of the Year and Sydney Swan, Adam Goodes, is using leadership skills learned in sport to try and make Australia a fairer society...

  3. How to cut it as an iconic leader

    Anna Lee talks about her role as CFO for THE ICONIC and the fast-paced digital environment of online fashion...

  4. PwC Australia CEO Luke Sayers on leadership challenges

    Luke Sayers FCA on adversity, diversity and leadership for the future...

  5. Leadership lessons from the Black Cat Trail

    An Australian CA caught up in an attack on the Black Cat Trail in Papua New Guinea explains how a trust is helping local victims and their families...

  6. How to get the best from your employees-Part one

    Ryan McCarthy CA outlines his formula for creating great workplace culture and bringing out the best in people...

  7. How to get the best from your employees-Part two

    Ryan McCarthy CA outlines his formula for creating great workplace culture and bringing out the best in people...

  8. Women in leadership and the power of persistence

    Seven successful female leaders discuss how they achieved success...

  9. Artificial Intelligence and the future of the professions

    What impact will Artificial Intelligence (AI) have on professions such as accounting?...

  10. Corporate programmes supporting indigenous Australians

    Inside corporate monoliths, committed people run programmes that can make a genuine difference in indigenous communities...

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