Today I’m joined by Greg Smith, from Nexus Lawyers in Australia.

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Now Greg Smith is the first lawyer we’ve had on the podcast, with good reason. I’ve resisted many suggestions to get lawyers on, on that basis that I think as leaders we probably need to focus less on the legal stuff and more on other things to make us more effective. But Greg has an amazing passion and despite being a lawyer, has some really pragmatic reflections on how we can be more effective. Here’s Greg:



 

Greg mentioned the High Court judgement Slivak v Lurgi, where Chief Justice Gleeson provides a helpful perspective on interpreting what is reasonably practicable – not as complicated as it might seem.

You can read more of Greg Smith’s writings, blog articles and stay up to date with his latest books by visiting mysafetythoughts.com