Heather Swan Conquers the Grand Canyon

Dr. Glenn Singleman and Heather Swan are an Australian husband and wife team. They work and play together, and (so far) their partnership has produced three world records and two Australian records in extreme sport, including the worlds highest BASEjump in a wingsuit from 6604m on Mt Meru in the Indian Himalaya (BASEClimb 3 project) and the first (& only) wingsuit crossing of the Grand Canyon (April 2015).

"Grandparents Glenn Singleman and Heather Swan have a job that is as far from normal as most could imagine. A typical day sees them strapping themselves into wingsuits to soar like birds, defying death and gravity. Glenn and Heather had been planning their greatest wingsuit challenge ever: to fly across the Grand Canyon. To most it looks impossible, but "impossible" just doesn't cut it with this high- flying duo." Click here to watch the 60 minute video.

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CSi Celebrates Peter Baines Latest Book

Peter Baines is one of Australia's leadership experts having road tested leadership the hard way. Peter spent 22 years with the NSW Police leading teams in response to acts of terrorism and natural disasters on a scale not previously seen.

Doing Good by Doing Good offers a proven plan for implementing an effective strategy that can help organisations transform the communities they work with, while also bringing innovation and growth to their business. Filled with illustrative case studies from organisations around the globe, it shows how these companies have increased morale and engagement, improved brand awareness, engaged new customers and delivered strong economic returns.

In Peter's book he examines the concept of shared value and advocate quite strongly why CSR needs to be good for the business, not just simple corporate philanthropy.

Please click here for a short video on how Peter's book can help you and your business.

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Annabel Crabb and Leigh Sales Launch New Podcast, "Chat 10, Looks 3"

ABC journalists Annabel Crabb and Leigh Sales have launched an independent podcast, complete with A Chorus Line-inspired theme song they have written and sung themselves, with Sales on piano.

They have teamed up to talk about, well just about anything. The pair had spoken about doing something of the sorts for sometime. "And it's an excuse for Salesy to indulge her ridiculously close-to-the-surface obsession with musical theatre," adds Crabb, presenter of Kitchen Cabinet.

In episode one: Crabb and Sales talk about their idols and what it's like to make a fool of yourself when you meet them. Plus, they reveal their secret shameful foods. Tinned smoked oysters, ambrosia salad or perhaps just a bucket of deep-fried chicken?

Click here to listen to the podcast.

Annabel Crabb is ABC Online's chief political writer, and columnist for 'The Drum'. She also hosts her own ABC1 political cooking show, Kitchen Cabinet, in which she invites herself around to the homes of federal MPs in search of food and conversation.

Leigh Sales is an award-winning author and journalist at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and currently anchors 7:30pm report on ABC. 

Click here to view Annabel Crabb or Leigh Salesprofiles on our website.