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Be Prepared to Leave

Posted on May 27, 2019 in Leadership Development

By Motivational Speaker, Rob Redenbach As important as it is to consider the views and opinions of others, it is vital to pay attention to your own moral compass. If it hasn’t happened already it’s only a question of time before you’ll be faced with a professional dilemma, when the people you work alongside and interact with will be following a script you find unacceptable. That script could be a process, a pattern of behaviour, or a way of doing things. It might be unsafe, or...More


Starve Your Distractions, Feed Your Focus

Posted on May 27, 2019 in Leadership Development

Starve Your Distractions, Feed Your Focus

By Stacey Currie All I had when I started in business was my chair off the hard rubbish, a mobile phone, a green camping table and a laptop.  I didn’t have fancy brochures, fancy email designs, business cards, heck I didn’t even have the machinery to print the jobs I had won. But I managed to make $300,000 in sales in my first year of business. When I say I started from scratch, I really mean it. But what I did have was a razor-sharp focus. I am so glad that social media wasn’t...More


The Future IS Exceptionality

Posted on May 24, 2019 in Leadership Development

The Future IS Exceptionality

Understanding how rebels, rogues & radicals contribute to organisational growth. By Simone de Haas, Business and Leadership Key Note Speaker.If your leaders are complaining about the rebels, rogues and radicals in your organisation (or worse still, there aren’t any!), I’m here to be your wake-up call. These people are your natural futurists, they see the possibilities and patterns you aren’t willing to see. They are your short-cuts to dynamic and unconventional growth! If you’re...More


Oprah's Chief Of Staff Visiting International

Posted on February 27, 2019 in Leadership Development

Oprah\'s Chief Of Staff Visiting International

  If you are looking for an highly entertaining and inspirational keynote speaker for an event during May, Libby Moore Oprah's former Chief of Staff is an exciting option.  Libby is in Australia during May, or availability and fees contact us on 1300 55 64 69. International keynote speaker and global adventurer Libby Moore loves inspiring people, and companies to achieve their life purpose. We interviewed Libby about her time with Oprah, as her Chief of Staff.  Below...More


Future-Proofing our Educational System

Posted on February 26, 2019 in Leadership Development

Future-Proofing our Educational System

By Michael McQueen  Over a century ago, the great educationalist John Dewey remarked: “If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.” As prescient as this observation was at the time, it is perhaps more relevant today than ever. We are staring down the barrel of a very turbulent few decades of widespread change and so the need for educational systems and educators themselves to be future-fit has never been greater. Having spent...More


Resilience Hack: Short pain for long gain

Posted on January 25, 2019 in Leadership Development

In any enterprise, sales or leadership role, there is pressure to achieve outcomes that will require you to work harder, put in longer hours, have difficult conversations or operate outside of your comfort zone. You need to be able to endure a bit of pain in the short term in order to achieve your bigger goal in the long term. The key achieving more in high-pressure environments is not to give up on what you want most for what you want now. If you would like to know more about Michael's keynote...More


What if school leaders were to approach their work like designers?

Posted on October 26, 2018 in Leadership Development

What if school leaders were to approach their work like designers?

Whilst you might feel like you have been constantly changing, schools have not changed as much as many other organisations. Written by Steve Francis Are we learning as fast as our world is changing? If not, why not? Now more than ever school leaders need to move beyond conversations about change and start making changes. Many school leaders are operating as “accidental designers”, occasionally stumbling across innovative ideas or solutions.  The authors of Design Thinking For...More


Trust - The Most Important Capability for Companies to Flourish in the Next Decade

Posted on October 24, 2018 in Leadership Development

Trust - The Most Important Capability for Companies to Flourish in the Next Decade

Are leaders developing the wrong capability?New research suggests they may be.  Written by David Penglase  A recent PWC study has found ‘the most important capability for companies to flourish in the coming decade will not be innovation or agility, but the ability to build TRUST!’ What we know from an array of research on trust is that trust impacts almost every measure of success in our professional and personal life. But just saying trust is important doesn’t cut it....More


What makes an entrepreneur successful?

Posted on October 22, 2018 in Leadership Development

What makes an entrepreneur successful?

The latest scientific research revealed in Jane Mara’s new book – Think like an entrepreneur – the mindset of success, demonstrates that entrepreneurial thinking can be easily developed by everyone.  It is far more than just creative thinking, idea generation or brain-storming techniques. What makes serial entrepreneurs successful?...Their personal mindset! What is less known is how their internal process develops their mindset to perform at the highest level.  And it...More


What’s your legacy?

Posted on September 26, 2018 in Leadership Development

   George Halkias is a well-respected community figure who has supported vulnerable Australians for over 20 years and is best known for the development of the Big Issue Street Soccer Program which uses soccer to engage and develop homeless and marginalized people.  In this role he has coached and coordinated Australian teams at 8 Homeless World Cup events including: Edinburgh 2005, Cape Town 2006, Copenhagen 2007, Melbourne 2008, Milan 2009, Paris 2011 and Poland 2013 and Glasgow in...More