How to shape people’s opinions like an artistExpert Hack add
How artists are influencing politics and social change, and what you can learn from artists about how to shape people's opinions. With Sally Smart.
Why the best teachers actually learn from their studentsExpert Hack add
How one school showed Australia why it pays to be open to learning from the most unexpected situations. With Michael Muscat and Grace Wong.
Why engineers deploy emotional intelligenceExpert Hack add
How to think outside of the box and jump into the unknown. With Qantas Chairman Leigh Clifford and Kerry Halupka.
Tomorrow’s scientist – leading outside the labExpert Hack add
Professor Robin Batterham AO and Dr Cathy Foley on how science literacy can set you up for life.
How smart agriculture can improve your decision makingExpert Hack add
Hayley Purbrick and Dr Sigfredo Fuentes on the surprising lessons that winemaking and precision agriculture can teach you about decision-making.
Politics and leadership in a post-truth worldExpert Hack add
Former Victorian Premier The Hon. John Brumby and former President of the Australian Human Rights Commission Gillian Triggs on the fracturing of our political system and the growing need for hard evidence in a post-truth world.
Why the best entrepreneurs say no to opportunitiesExpert Hack add
Shark Tank’s Naomi Simson and Ivan Lim on why getting back to basics is still the most effective form of entrepreneurship.