Speakers

Greg Page

Greg Page, better known as the Original Yellow Wiggle, spent 17 years performing with and steering the incredible entertainment phenomenon, The Wiggles, on its path to international success. Hear the stories about how 4 Aussie mates came up with an innovative idea and took it to the world! With over 23 million DVD's sold worldwide, more than 7,000 live performances and more than 3 million concer ...

John Sautelle

John helps leaders and teams use brain science to achieve high performance and create the culture they want. John is a highly skilled facilitator, presenter and trainer. He is also a professional mediator with extensive experience in conflict resolution. John brings to our clients a deep understanding of their needs and the challenges they face in today's rapidly changing world. He works side by ...

Terry Kennedy

In the last couple of years Terry's normal average life changed forever. He was 35kg overweight, unfit, unmotivated and unhappy. When Terry's son Archie was born with a rare brain condition, he underwent several operations and spent many months in hospital, Terry then decided to get off the lounge and lose 35kg. Terry's father was then diagnosed with an aggressive form of prostate cancer. His fa ...

Omer Soker

Omer Soker has held senior general management roles with two multinational corporations. In contrast, he has also launched his own businesses in Hong Kong and Australia. He understands both perspectives. Omer has also been a corporate change agent, re-engineering two ailing businesses back to health through tough decisions and a 'succeed at all costs' ambition. Conversely, he has volunteered his ...

Tyler Hamilton

Tyler Hamilton was once one of the world's top-ranked cyclists. He started his career with the US Postal Service team in the 1990s and quickly rose to become Lance Armstrong's most trusted lieutenant, and a member of his inner circle. For the first three of Armstrong's record seven Tour de France victories, Hamilton was by Armstrong's side. But just weeks after Hamilton reached his own personal ...

Ruby Wax

Ruby began her career with the Royal Shakespeare Company before developing her own brand of highly amusing 'attitude TV'. Ruby has contributed, written and edited numerous scripts for TV shows including Absolutely Fabulous. With her outrageous show, Ruby Wax Meets, she broke all the rules and conventions and created some of TV's most memorable moments. After three decades working on stage, TV and ...

David Handley

At 31 and with just $100 in the bank and no experience in major events production David Handley created Sculpture by the Sea on Bondi's iconic cliff-top walk to become one of the largest and most popular free to the public art events in the world. In its first year, with a $400 marketing budget and a team of volunteers the then a one day event attracted an incredible 25,000 visitors. Just a few y ...

Willie Jolley

Willie Jolley has been described simultaneously as a world-class, award-winning speaker, best-selling author and media personality. No matter the venue, from television or radio, to corporate audiences like Wal-mart, Ford, GM, Comcast, Verizon or Marriott, to television and radio audiences around the world, Willie Jolley keeps it moving with high energy and enthusiasm, as he delivers nuggets on ho ...

Brett Kelly

Brett and his team have built Kelly+Partners from scratch to be the 38th largest Accounting Firm in Australia, with a focus on assisting business owners to succeed financially. Along the way the firm has picked up various accolades including the Business Fitness Australia's Most Efficient Accounting Firm, BRW 4th Fastest Growing Accounting Firm, and the BRW Fastest Growing Accounting Firm. With m ...

Avis Mulhall

Avis Mulhall is a respected expert on social enterprise and collaborative consumption. She is the co-founder of global social travel network mmMule.com, creator of Sydney's change-maker community Think Act Change and founder of Looloo Paper - a toilet paper business that uses its profits to improve sanitation in developing countries. ...

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