Crises are rarely convenient and they’re never fun. As the world confronts the single biggest disruption in living memory, how we and our organizations navigate the coming months will be critical.
History shows us that times of crisis provide a powerful opportunity for visionary businesses and leaders to set themselves up to be stronger, leaner and healthier once the storm subsides. In the words of former Intel CEO Andy Grove, “Some companies are destroyed by crisis, other companies merely survive them, but great companies are always improved by them.”
Having spent 15 years studying the secrets to achieving enduring success and momentum in business, 8-time bestselling author Michael McQueen knows what it takes to thrive in turbulent times.
Scott is the Conflict Whisperer and the Fun Maker! Scott is known as the most engaging, insightful & fun speaker in the conflict resolution arena. He has presented to more than 10,000 professionals and is in high demand as a keynote speaker and workshop facilitator.
Scott has been awarded CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) designation - the highest international measure of speaking competence. He is accredited as one of Australia's top 100 certified speaking professionals by the Professional Speakers Australia (PSA) and is recognised by the Global Speakers Federation (GSF) as among the top 12% of professional speakers worldwide.
Not only is Scott passionate about sharing how to mindfully transform conflict into connection, he also loves having fun and is all about creating an energising and uplifting experience. Scott delivers mindful conflict insights, strategies and skills that will heighten self-awareness and promote mutual understanding – with humour!
Dr Louise Mahler is the foremost expert in the psychology of face-to face engagement. With a PhD in business and degrees and post-graduate studies in service management and music, together with a Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Louise combines her years of professional performance on the European opera stage to put her in a league of her own. These skills blend to bring powerful observation that elicits discernible, positive change in those with whom she works.
Peter Switzer is one of Australia's leading business and financial commentators, launching his own business 20 years ago. The Switzer Group has since grown into three successful companies spanning media and publishing, financial services and business coaching.
Peter is an award-winning broadcaster, twice runner up for the Best Current Affairs Commentator award for radio, behind broadcaster Alan Jones.
Peter Williams is a recognised thought leader and practitioner in Innovation with a particular focus on digital innovation as well as how societal and technology changes will impact the future of industries.
Peters knowledge on various Industries is very diverse. His Keynotes & Workshops look at Emerging Technology and the impact this is having on individuals & their business.
Al Jeffery is an internationally renowned community-architect, integrative performance facilitator, and mindfulness coach. As a ‘millennial’ himself, he connects wisdom from across generations to help clients create vibrant inter-generational and human-centered places. He’s worked with the likes of Apple, Google Australia, AusPost, Telstra, Deliveroo and many more in designing and facilitating leadership development programs as well as offsite retreats, creating workplaces with wellbeing and an atmosphere for creativity at their core.
His latest virtual workshop TogetherApart: Facilitating Engaging Online Experiences will assist organisations with facilitating engaging meetings and online experiences.
You will learn:
- an understanding of the architecture of psychological safety and emotional intimacy in groups
- templates for designing your meeting, pre-meeting communication and in-meeting tools
- clarity on your personal opportunity for growth in facilitating highly-effective gatherings
- practical tools for making the most of Zoom and online meeting softwares
Bernard Salt is one of Australia’s leading social commentators and business analysts. He draws upon vast datasets to interpret the overall trajectory of social change in the past… and into the future. He argues that social and cultural change are rising forces that are reshaping the way we live, how we work and even how we form relationships.
Bernard writes two weekly columns for The Australian newspaper that deal with social, generational and demographic matters.
Bernard tailors his presentations to the audience and to the event. A presentation can range from 20 minutes as an after-dinner speech to 50 minutes for a conference keynote. In this video, Bernard gives us an insight to the value of his webinars.