Michael Morgan

$5,000-$10,000
Australia - NSW
With 20 years experience in the training and human resource development area, Michael Morgan is one of Australia's authorities in the field of creative thinking. His corporate experience has largely been gained through his time with the Mentor Human Resource Group, where he spent 10 years as Executive Director, Training and Programme Development.
His international experience is in the Pacific basin, South East Asia and the USA, where he has conducted training programmes and featured as a guest speaker at numerous conferences and seminars.

Michael's understanding of how we think has led to his specialisation in creativity and innovation in the workplace through the application of brain dominance and whole brain technology.

Michael's Specialist Areas Include...

Creative Thinking - Creative Problem Solving
Focus on the mental aspects of creativity and how it applies to creative problem solving. Develop personal power and apply creative thinking to personal and corporate problems.

Management - Creative Management
Empower, develop and implement creative and innovative solutions to meet market and corporate needs. Skills in communication, teamwork, creativity, leadership, productivity and interdisciplinary teamwork are promoted.

Team Building
Create and manage groups for maximum performance. Develop ways of valuing and using "differences" as a tool to build powerful teams.

Sales
Develop consultative selling skills for long term 'partnerships' with clients. Goes beyond the skills of selling to look at how buyers make decisions, consider alternatives and weigh up consequences.

Client List Includes:
  • Ampol
  • ANZ
  • 3M
  • BHP
  • Prime Computers
  • Sydney Water board
  • Nestle
  • Westpac
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • IBM Australia

Testimonials

Michael was the highest rating speaker at the Conference. Michael presented an interesting and entertaining session, with just the right balance of information and activity to keep the audience involved Given the team building focus of the Conference, all of the delegates went away with a new perception of their potential contribution to the team environment.
- Learning and Development Manager, Westfield Limited

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