Mental Health in Cyber Security

Mental Health in Cyber Security with Caitriona Ford

We all know we need to be cyber aware but what are the ramifications of your mental health when you are the victim of cyber security? How can work places help their staff to be be more cyber security savvy and what are the every day things we can implement to help keep us and others safe on the world wide web?

Join Cyber Security expert Caitriona Forde from CaIT and BWA Coordinator Leanne Jeffery for this in depth conversation on how to keep yours and your staffs mental health in check while dealing with cyber crime.

Fostering Financial Wellness Strategies and Benefits for Employers and Employees

Fostering Financial Wellness: Strategies and Benefits for Employers and Employees with Kathryn Dixon

My guest today says, “The stats don’t lie – financial wellbeing is important for employees and employers.”    

Joining me today is Kathryn Dixon. 

Kathryn is a Relationship Manager within the Employee Solutions team at Insignia Financial (formally IOOF), Kathryn works with employers to help them implement and deliver employee benefits to their staff.  

Those benefits include financial education and support designed to help develop and enhance their financial wellbeing as well as insurance and superannuation services.   

On today’s show, Kathryn will share: 

  1. Facts and figures to illustrate why employers should consider implementing a financial wellbeing program; 
  2. Strategies to building financial wellbeing; 
  3. The benefits for employer and employee of investing in a financial wellbeing program. 
Voice to Parliament with Kyra Galante

Voice to Parliament with Kyra Galante

As a nation we have the opportunity to make history this year and take an important step on the path to reconciliation. Join Business Women Australia’s Coordinator Leanne Jeffery and Kyra Galante, Worley Australia’s First Nations Participation Director for this meaningful conversation.

This live podcast will dive into what a First Nations Voice would mean for our country and for all of us who call Australia home. We will cover key questions including:

What is the referendum all about?
What will the Voice to Parliament do?
Where did it originate and why?
Why is the Voice an important step?
What are the reasons why The Indigenous Voice has been controversial?

Don’t miss this important, respectful and positive conversation. Everyone who shares the values of BWA embracing diversity, inclusion and conscious care are welcome.

Playing to Your Strengths with Maree Gooch

Playing to Your Strengths with Maree Gooch

Join Maree Gooch from Value Creators with BWA Coordinator Leanne Jeffery as they discuss how you can leverage your strengths to get the most out of business, work and opportunities.

ABOUT MAREE GOOCH: As a business leader, chairperson and director, Maree creates value wherever she goes. She is a Director and the co-founder of Value Creators, a Director on a number of advisory boards at a national level and Chair of CRISP Wireless providing fast and reliable internet across regional WA, will be the President of Rotary Club of Perth for 2022- 2023 and is a highly sought-after facilitator, business coach and adviser. She is known for her ability to clarify complicated business concepts, while guiding practical programs that achieve results. Her knowledge comes from holding numerous key managerial portfolios including Company Director, Project Manager and Strategy Manager across business, tourism, finance, agriculture, government and exporting. Maree has chaired 28 organisations in the past 32 years. She is a Graduate and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors since 2004, Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management since 2010, holds an Executive MBA (UWA) and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.

High Performing Teams With Marion Burchell and Lyn Hawkins

High Performing Teams With Marion Burchell and Lyn Hawkins

In this BWA PODCAST, Lyn Hawkins (National Director, BWA) and Marion Burchell (Director, Azolla Holdings) discuss what high performing teams and organisations do differently. Listen and hear how you can achieve the best outcomes possible in your space.

All leaders navigating today’s challenges in building and motivating teams will get value from hearing this leadership conversation.

– What do high performing teams do differently?
– Why does it matter?
– How can you become a high performing team or organisation?
– What tips can be taken from the personal experience of leading a high performing team?
– The one BIG take away for our listeners….

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ATO Audits - Q&A with Natasha Lie by Marion Burchell

CEOs, business owners and GMs be prepared in case the ATO decides to target your organisation for an audit.

In this BWA Podcast Show, strategic leader Marion Burchell interviews LG Accounting Solutions Partner, Natasha Lie, to cover all the questions and more…

  1. What is the ATO currently targeting with their Audits?
  2. What steps can your business take to avoid being an audit target?
  3. What can I do to help get my business ready for the end of financial year?
  4. What should your accountant be doing for you and your business?

FACT: More than 59% of the audit activity recorded in 2020-21 was for claim types where the taxpayer or a bookkeeper may have prepared the lodged returns or managed the employer obligations compliance that were under audit, and the accountant had no involvement or hadn’t performed any review prior to the audit activity being instigated.

FACT: 32% of audits for the 2020-21 financial year were for BAS and employer obligations.

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