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The George Experiment is a collection of conversations, thoughts and wisdom hosted by George Lee Sye – public speaker, author, business leader educator and frequent Superbike ride coach.

While this podcast is more directed towards people with strong career aspirations and high potential, the ultimate focus of George is on lifestyle and turning this big experiment we call life into one long successful fun filled venture.

Jul 13, 2022

HOW TO KEEP PEOPLE FOCUSED AS A MANAGER - One of the more difficult challenges every leader is faced with today is how to keep people focused on the things that are important to the business.

Factors such as busyness, habits and ritual patterns of behaviour, time compression, and lacking motivation to change;...

Jul 1, 2021

While he has heard it said that “business improvement kills innovation”, George never fully understood it until he heard it and saw it first hand and began to realise that business improvement can hamper innovation if certain scenarios are allowed to take place.

George realised there are points along the improvement...

Jul 1, 2021

From 1928 to 1932, a gentleman by the name of George Elton Mayo conducted an experiment at the Hawthorne Western Electric plant (in the USA) to determine if increased lighting would result in increased productivity.

As it turned out, they realised it was actually the ‘Hawthorne Effect’ that had caused an increase in...

May 13, 2021

The age old saying ‘practice makes perfect’, while well intended, has always been misleading. What we’ve come to realise today is that ‘perfect practice makes perfect.

In this podcast George talks about how to take the concept of perfect practice in to the business world and apply it to work based capability...

May 13, 2021

Public speaking is one of the greatest fears people have. Try doing it as an Introvert!

In this episode George talks about introversion, particularly as it affects public speaking. He also provides a number of hard learnt ways an introvert can effectively prepare for and deliver their public speaking engagements and...