Goal Setting Speakers

David Lim

David Lim is best known in Asia and abroad for leading the 1st Singapore Mt Everest Expedition in 1998 which succeeded in placing two members on the summit. The climb captured the imagination of the entire country and helped reset the parameters of what could be achieved by the small and flat island nation. A week after returning from Everest, he experienced a life-and-death struggle with Guillain-Barre Syndrome, a serious nerve disorder. The disorder totally paralyzed and hospitalized him for six months. David has shares timeless lessons on resilience and leadership.

Keith Abraham

Keith is about delivering substance that is relative to the real world of business. He specifically shows business people how to work smarter, engage their people, rekindle their passion and capitalise on their current market opportunities. Over the past 16 years Keith has built a reputation as one of Australia's most in-demand conference speakers'” speaking at over 100 conferences each ...

Mark Carter

Mark Carter is a highly accomplished international keynote speaker, trainer and coach with over 25 years of experience as a global learning and development professional. His book, ‘Add Value’, published globally by Wiley, was preceded by his compelling and creative TEDx talk.

Mark is also a frequent contributor to media and the founder of a learning management system designed for small and medium sized enterprises. Mark collaborates with organisations on critical business pillars such as people, culture, leadership, value, sales, onboarding, strategy and performance.

Matt Hall

Following a decorated career as a RAAF combat fighter, Australia's very own top gun pilot Matt Hall became the first Australian ever to compete in the Red Bull Air Race World Championships, the fastest and most exciting sport on the planet. Hall finished the season third overall to become the first rookie in history to end his debut season on the podium. He followed that up with two podium finishe ...

Nova Peris OAM

Nova Peris-Kneebone is a versatile Australian athlete who has succeeded in both the sporting arenas of field hockey and track and field. She became the first Australian Aboriginal Athlete to ever win an Olympic Gold Medal on the hocky field. She later switched to athletics and contested the 1998 Commonwealth Games and 2000 Olympic Games. Nova has since worked in many roles supporting the indi ...

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