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Thailand Cave Rescue The Australian Divers

Posted on October 30, 2018 in Team Building

Meet the Australian Cave Rescue DiversLong-time dive buddies Dr Richard Harris and Craig Challen flew to Thailand to become part of an extraordinary rescue that had the world on the edge of its seat in July 2018. A soccer team of 12 boys, aged 11-16, and their 25-year-old coach had been trapped in the cave for 10 days before they were discovered.Dr Richard Harris and Craig Challen provided medical care to the soccer team inside the cave, and throughout the entire rescue. Working 14-16 hour days they...More

How to ensure powerful disruptive innovation makes the cut

Posted on September 8, 2020 in Team Building

Disruptive ideas are like an 80’s aerobic class. You know it’s good for you, but it would be so much easier to avoid all that spandex and stay on the couch.  Amantha Imbre When choosing which ideas to progress, organisations often take the easy way out. This can be because incremental innovations are often: Aligned to current KPI’sInvolve less work and energy, orEasy to visualise working in practice. As humans, we like the certainty of an incremental idea. The trouble...More

Sustainable High-Performance Teams

Posted on August 29, 2017 in Team Building

A Sustainable High-Performance Team JourneyFor over 25 years now, Derek Percival and his team have been working with and advising teams across a wide variety of different Industries, Cultures and Business Imperatives.Derek has identified 7 key stages of a Team’s Journey to achieve Sustainable High-Performance. It’s likely that you will identify with these 7 key stages through your own experiences, joys and frustrations when working in teams.The 7 key stages are:1. Purpose2. Boundaries3....More

Resilience Lessons for Corporate teams

Posted on May 24, 2017 in Team Building

Australia’s first female winter Paralympic medalist Bio | Send an enquiry  Dr Jessica Gallagher was born on 14 March 1986 in Geelong.She was diagnosed with a rare disease, cone dystrophy, in her mid-teens, causing her to lose much of her eyesight. She is now classified as legally blind.Jess has been involved in elite sport for much of her life, having represented Victoria in netball and being named as an emergency for the Australian U16 netball team. She also represented her region...More

Managing teams effectively

Posted on May 24, 2017 in Team Building

Patrick HollingworthTravels From Perth, WA | Bio | Send An EnquiryIs the future uncertain?  Are people within your organisation anxious? How can they work through that barrier to not only face, but embrace, inevitable change?Here's Mountaineer and Adventurer, Patrick's Hollingworth's take on how to tackle those 'Storm Clouds on the Horizon'.Patrick is available for keynote presentations, half day or full day workshops or one week programmes. Storm Clouds on the HorizonOver the past five...More

Guess that baby!

Posted on August 26, 2014 in Team Building

Showcase Team BuildingAt a recent Speaker Showcase our MC Malcom Riley, thought it would be a fun idea to play 'guess that baby'.  We collected some baby photos, of our Showcase presenters [and the the GE team].   Malcom mentioned a trip to Hawaii was on offer, everyone was quite excited, and keen to participate.Unfortunately, we were unable to give away the trip to Hawaii, as not one response was correct.   We really appreciated everyone getting involved.  Please...More

Team building: increase engagement, morale, productivity

Posted on May 24, 2017 in Team Building

Just like any great sporting team, corporate organisations experience success based on the collective team, one that has an exceptional team dynamic.Corporate events and team building sessions can initiate many ongoing and worthwhile benefits. A quality team building experience not only improves a team’s communication, it can also increase productivity and employee morale.Listed below, are some keynote speakers based in Melbourne, including other areas around the country. Should your conference...More