Corporate Culture Speakers

Our Corporate Culture Speakers are world-leading authorities and visionaries on commercial strategies. Corporate Culture today is driven by globalization, corporate responsibility, sustainability, value-driven workplaces, and cross-industry transformation. Ovations’ Corporate Culture consultants offer strategic advice, best practices, trends analysis, and management training to help improve any enterprise's overall performance, employee morale and retention, and bottom-line results.

Michael Henderson

Michael is a Corporate Anthropologist with twelve years experience specialising in Organisational Culture and values alignment. In business, the need to engage employees in their work has become a critical aspect of performance. Research has clearly demonstrated a direct link between engagement and staff retention and discretionary effort. Michael will present the research key points and discu ...

Michelle Pascoe

Michelle lives and breathes her passion for customer service, mystery shopping and team motivation. She is an experienced businesswoman and a “retention” specialist in every aspect of service operations and processes and their impact on the customer experience. In 1994 she founded one of Australia’s most respected training companies, Optimum Operating Procedures and Services Pty Ltd (OOPS).

Michelle Ray

Originally from Australia and now residing in Vancouver, Canada, Michelle Ray is an award-winning leadership business keynote speaker, author, educator and founder of Lead Yourself First Enterprises and the Real Time Leadership Academy. She is passionate about helping leaders navigate change and build authentic connections with their teams so they can thrive in the new world of work. She is an unstoppable force on stage, creating memorable experiences for her audiences by utilizing her masterful methods of audience engagement and dynamic stage presence.

Mike Finch

Mike Finch is the Artistic Director of Circus Oz. Since 1990 he has studied (and taught) Communications, Theatre & Media at university in Bathurst, directed short film and video, busked with street performers The Banana Brothers and directed big cabarets for petrol-head festivals in the Central West of New South Wales. His training includes acrobatics, juggling, cinematography and setting things o ...

Mike McEvoy

Mike is the Director of Melbourne Playback, and has been working as a facilitator and actor with the company for 9 years. In that time he has delivered over 350 experiential training sessions and performances for a range of organisations across the community, corporate and education sectors. These include Anglicare, EACH, Inner South Community Health, Melbourne Business School, Qantas, NAB, CAE, ...

Murray Altham

With relentless optimism, Murray's presentations are an exhilarating mix of expertise, empathy, humour and drive. He partners with organisations to inspire fresh thinking, lift energy and bring new potential to life.

He has worked in extreme scenarios of confronting challenge and change, bringing to life an uplifting, solution focussed skillset he shares with your audience to help bring their best to the surface. Murray empowers your team to ignite their A-game and contribute that to every room they're in, at work and at home.

Nigel Marsh

Nigel's first book "Fat, Forty and Fired" was described by influential business magazine BRW as "one of the best books of 2005". Translated into a number of languages and published around the world it is currently being developed into a feature film. Disarmingly honest Nigel speaks from direct personal experience, giving his views on how to get the best out of business, life and those around you. ...

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