COVID-19 is understandably causing concern regarding the delivery of events. The escalation of the outbreak may mean your first reaction is to reschedule or cancel to demonstrate responsibility to participants and clients.
However, it’s not always necessary or practical to cancel an event, you can make simple adjustments instead.READ MORE
Whilst International Womens Day has already passed for another year, at Ovations we believe It's never too late to celebrate the bold women that continue to break boundaries, lead our organisations, and continue to inspire us every day of the year.
If you would like a speaker that will make your live or virtual event unforgettable have a chat with us about the women who continue to create awe-inspiring presentations, even in these challenging times.READ MORE
Illusionist Josh Norbido was recently seen on prime-time TV wowing audiences around Australia with a jaw-dropping magical performance - and we are thrilled to have him as part of this years Ovations Speaker Showcase. Get ready to be amazed as Josh connects the dots between magic and business - and be sure to watch his video message.READ MORE
Exploding with the offbeat humour and wit of the distinctive award-winning visual artist Tim Sharp, enter the hyper coloured world of Laser Beak Man.
Jam-packed with a kaleidoscopic cast of characters, this ingenious adaptation is coming theatres around the country. Tim's cult-classic artwork comes to life with full-stage animations and over 35 original puppets by Dead Puppet Society and features an infectious live soundtrack by Ball Park Music’s Sam Cromack.READ MORE
Home grown Australian Illusionist Josh Norbido has been furnishing the minds of audiences with his neoteric & intriguing performances projected through the art of Magic - and very recently was seen mystifying the airwaves of prime time Australian television with a jaw dropping performance. As you will come to realise, Josh does not only possess the ability to entertain, he seizes guests’ desire to learn and captures quite simply - human curiosity; leading him to local and international recognition, which makes Josh Norbio the perfect entertainment for your next event.READ MORE
There's no denying we’ve entered a new age of influence. You’ve only got to take a passing glimpse at social media. For the first time in history, we’re more interested in following people than brands. We once listened to L’Oréal, now we listen to Taylor Swift. We once followed Nike, now we follow Ronaldo. We once took our cue from Sony, now we buy the latest headphones from Dr Dre.READ MORE
As I write this, social entrepreneurs are busy creating a new type of capitalism, one that blends private and public benefit, that takes responsibilities for the true cost of production and which considers future generations and the wider biosphere as legitimate stakeholders.READ MORE
It’s no longer just the marketing team promoting your brand, your people are too. The combination of Internet, social media and rapid technological advances has created a shift in the influencers who persuade our opinions and daily lives.READ MORE
Ovations very own Sharmila Nahna gives you a few quick points to consider when choosing a speaker for your next event.READ MORE
Let’s talk about trust; the firm belief in the reliability, truth or ability of someone or something. From my experience, trust is one of the most vital elements of any strong relationship and is key to ensuring it is a positive and mutually beneficial one.READ MORE
The emergence of the internet combined with technology developments in areas like sensors including IOT, smart phones and social media has seen society rush head long into a hyper connected world together with an explosion of data, much of it personal.READ MORE
The 4th Industrial Revolution is putting pressure on private and public sector organisations to adapt and transform in response to forces beyond their control. But many of those organisations are already stressed out, overworked and for many workers a place to endure rather than enjoy.READ MORE
Gone are the days where ‘trust’ is assumed because the organisation has been well established for years. Gone are the days where ‘trust’ is given to the leader because they have the title or wear the badge ‘CEO’ or ‘boss’. Gone are the days where people will be invisible and work tirelessly at the bottom rung of the ladder, with very limited feedback, support and job interest, simply in hope that one day they may be noticed and be able to climb up to the next rung.READ MORE