Charlotte Lockhart is the chief executive officer of the 4 Day Week, and her husband Andrew Barnes is the founder of Perpetual Guardian, the company that's been making headlines across the world for dropping down its hours. Perpetual Guardian trialed a four for six weeks last year, and made it permanent once the trial ended. The point is that employees don't earn less or work longer hours, they just have to make sure the same amount of work gets done. Here, Lockhart talks how her and Barnes get through their big days and short weeks.
Olie Body is one of many progressive wāhine paving the way for business and culture. She is the brains behind the Wā Collective, a social enterprise that provides affordable, accessible and sustainable menstrual products to students right on campuses by pairing with students’ associations. Here's how she balances the books, empowers people with supportive and healthy systems, and plans to end period poverty.
Alex Bartley Catt is the founder of artificial intelligence company, Spacetime. He has previously founded multiple businesses, The Lucid Collective, a New Zealand made fashion label, What’s Good Blog, an online publishing platform for running events, Tips, a digital marketing company that focuses on websites, social media marketing and campaigns – and later, Olly, a part-time cafe, part time art studio placed in Mount Eden, set up alongside Chlöe Swarbrick and Bryan Anderson. Here's how he gets through the day, how he organises his time and how he handles the madness of business.
Sonya Williams is the co-founder, director, and chief product and marketing officer at popular investment platform, Sharesies. The low barrier investment company has seen success after success with its focus on helping ordinary Kiwis invest in local and global companies. Here's how she gets through the day, how she organises her time and how she handles the madness of the education sector.
Claire Amos is the principal of Albany Senior High School, helped establish and facilitate DisruptED (an online community for educators interested in leading change) and is on the board of NetsafeNZ and 21C Skills Lab. Here's how she gets through the day, how she organises her time and how she handles the madness of the education sector.
Annarosa Petrucci is the co-founder of Giapo, which is heralded by many as New Zealand's most innovative ice cream company. Here, she shares how she gets through the day, how she organises her time and how she handles the madness of business.
Lillian Grace is the CEO and founder of Figure.NZ, an online tool that allows people to find and access New Zealand data for free. Here's how she gets through the day, how she organises her time and how she handles the madness of business.