Speakers

Roy Larke

Roy Larke has more than 20 years of experience working in Japan both as an academic and consultant. Currently, Mr. Larke is based in Tokyo, working as Professor of International Marketing and Japanese Business at Rikkyo University. Rikkyo is the eighth ranked private university in the country, but the recently opened College of Business ranked third in its first year. He is also a leading retail a ...

Terry Leahy

As the recently retired CEO of Tesco, Sir Terry Leahy is one of the most admired business leaders in the world. Knighted for his services to food retailing, he is well known for successfully turning around Tesco to become the largest chain in Britain, transforming the country's supermarket industry and disrupting the businesses of its competitors. Experts credit Leahy's success to his hands-on sty ...

Cameron Ling

A tremendous leader both on and off the field, Cameron Ling is synonymous with the Geelong Football Club. Displaying an amazing consistency of form over his 11 year playing career, his defensive pressure, tackling and love of a fierce contest is legendary. Taking over the captaincy in 2010 and continuing this honour in 2011, he captained Geelong to their third premiership in 5 years, kicking the ...

Paul McInerny

Principal and Leader of the Asia Pacific Marketing & Sales Practice @ McKinsey and Company, Tokyo. Since joining McKinsey in 2002 Paul McInerny has served retail, apparel, consumer packaged goods, consumer electronics, telecom and media clients across Asia Pacific on a broad range of topics including marketing, CRM, format development, multichannel strategy, pricing and consumer insight driven pro ...

Benjamin Roberts-Smith

Benjamin Roberts-Smith was on his second operational tour of Afghanistan when he was awarded the Medal for Gallantry for his actions as a patrol scout and sniper during Operation Slipper. He was on his fifth tour of Afghanistan, when on 11 June 2010 he was involved in his Victoria Cross action. During an operation to hunt for a senior Taliban commander, in the Kandahar province, Roberts-Smith too ...

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 ...

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