Speakers

Everald Compton

Everald is Chairman of the LONGEVITY FORUM, a not for profit entity established by the eminent think-tank PER CAPITA, which has undertaken the task of implementing the Blueprint for an Ageing Australia. Everald was a Founding Director of National Seniors Australia. He served on its Board of Directors for 35 years and was Chairman for 25 years, retiring in 2010 when he took up a new role as Chairman of the Australian Government’s Advisory Panel on Positive Ageing for three years.

Shara Evans

Teaching organisations to look beyond today, and prepare for the emerging technologies of tomorrow.

Phill Nosworthy

Phill Nosworthy is an executive advisor, social impact strategist and speaker in the areas of the future of work, career acceleration, personal mastery and modern leadership.

Graeme Cowan

Graeme worked in senior leadership positions with Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Morgan and Banks, and AT Kearney. In 2000 he went through a 5 year episode of depression that his psychiatrist described as the worst he had ever treated. He emerged from this crisis with a different view about how we can build our own resilience and mental fitness to thrive through change. He has now devoted his life t ...

John Maher

John was the manager in Bendigo of a large Life Insurance company when he was involved in a horrific car crash. In that crash he received life threatening injuries, and from those injuries, he was classed as unemployable at age 42.
Thankfully John had Income Protection, and this became his and his family’s financial saviour for the next 16 years.

Andy Masters

Andy Masters is an award-winning author and international speaker who has written 5 books, earned 4 degrees, and presented hundreds of programs on a variety of sales/service, leadership, and personal development topics. Andy has earned the prestigious "CSP" designation of the National Speakers Association (NSA), the highest earned international recognition for professional speakers, in which l ...

Jean-Patrice Keka

Jean-Patrice Keka Ohemba Okese is a Congolese scientist (Congo-Kinshasa) who has designed and launched a series of rockets made with recycled materials. This scientist studied at the Institut Suprieur des Techniques Appliques (ISTA) in Kinshasa. In 2005 DTA (Developpement Tous Azimuts), the company he manages, designs a space exploration program called "Troposphere" that aimed at launching five ...

Don Elgin

Don Elgin was raised in the NSW town of Tocumwal. Being born without the lower portion of his left leg was not a barrier for this boy who would make his first Australian team at 18 years of age. Don went to the 1994 International Paralympic Committee World Athletic Championships in Berlin, where he won a gold medal as part of the 4x100m relay team. Following this event Don?s focus moved from the ...

Cyriel Kortleven

Over the years he has become a master at creating an open and informal atmosphere, ideal for bigger events and conferences. In a very practical and simple way, he enables the participants to experience the power of creative thinking and doing. His presentations are highly interactive (even when working with big groups) and are always tailored to his audience by using innovative examples from thei ...

Vijay Vaitheeswaran

Vijay is an award-winning book author and senior editor at the Economist. He is an accomplished public speaker and provocateur. Observing “he does not shirk taking on tough topics,” the Financial Times declares him to be “a writer to whom it is worth paying attention.” ...

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