August 15th, 2012
About this event
Discovering the concepts around leadership
Bray is an ex pharmacist who is now a consultant and an ongoing student of leadership. He continually seeks to find and support others to demonstrate the magic that ignites people, teams and organisations and the community to achieve the extraordinary.
Joseph is an Executive Coach gearing individuals and organizations for enhancing performance, learning and development to achieve, fulfil, enjoy, and take responsibility. He works with leaders to build high performing teams for sustainable and measurable continuous performance and improvement. Joseph is also mentor to corporate executives, professionals and small business owners.
Shanaka is the pioneer of the Lentil as Anything pay-as-you-feel vegetarian restaurants. Inspiring by example, he leads a simple, modest life and advocates an inclusive, ethical approach to business, and a belief in the innate goodness and generosity of fellow man. Born in Sri Lanka, since his late teens Shanaka has travelled extensively, curious about cultures living closely with nature.
Adam’s passion for authentic leadership is either a legacy of his 15 years service in Special Forces or the reason behind it in the first place. His career included senior leadership roles with companies like NAB, IBM and Fujitsu. He now speaks and consults on leadership and team development – in particular on the topics of accountability, resilience and the relentless pursuit of excellence.
Helen is a Corporate Optimist, specialising in maximising opportunities in individuals & teams, creating optimal performance in organizations of all sizes. Combining decades of experience in culture change and practical psychology based on her BA(Psych), Helen has written two book, as well as designing & delivering hundreds of conference and workplace sessions to thousands of managers and individuals around the Asia Pacific region.
Catherine is just 17 years old. Born in Cape Town, she immigrated to Australia at four years old, and has grown up in Melbourne. At 13 years old she wrote and published a novel called A Rough Road. She’s spent the last year interviewing successful people about their lives and why they believe they’re successful and is currently writing her second book inspired by these interviews.
Priiyanca is student at The University of Melbourne, majoring in Criminology and History. She manages a team of 15 students committed to driving social change as well as managing partnerships with corporate, government and local agencies and directs the project’s development.
Jamil Diu, also a student at Melbourne Uni, is Imprint’s Community Engagement and Partnerships Officer, collaborating with fellow students through marketing initiatives and liaising with the community.
In January 2012, Marcus built the World’s first scientifically approved ‘Comfort Zone Calculator‘ as a solution to track his own personal growth. Since posting the tool online for others to use, over 10,000 people have measured their comfort zone using his tool.
Philip Wollen (Order of Australia) is an ex-Vice President of Citibank. At 40 he decided to give all of his wealth away with warm hands and die broke. Supporting over 500 projects in 40 countries, his recent viral video ‘Animals Should Be Off The Menu’ has highlighted his philanthropic work.
Venue and Details
Level 1 Crown Metropol 8 Whiteman St
August 15th, 2012
12:00am-12:00am (GMT 10hrs)
Event Type (what is this?) Salon
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