Max Walsh is one of Australia's top economic and political commentators. Max Walsh's career has encompassed positions with two of Australia's largest publishing companies and three television networks.

He was editor and managing editor of The Australian Financial Review and Editor-at-Large of The Bulletin magazine. He helped establish Channel Nine's Sunday program and he co-hosted the Carleton-Walsh Report for the ABC before moving to Channel 10 as the anchor of The Walsh Report.

From 1983 to 1998 Walsh was a highly respected economic and political correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.  He is author of the book, "Poor Little Rich Country - A political History of the 1970's".

Testimonials

We have nothing but praise for the way you conducted the two Teletiquette seminars
- Manager Finance ' Administration, Touche Ross & Co

I would unhesitatingly recommend the course conducted by Mr Walsh
- Principal Member, Social Security Appeals Tribunal

We feel that follow up training by you would be beneficial to all new staff and will be calling on you as required.
- Divisional Secretary, Hooker Projects

All participants have since demonstrated new skills which previously were non existent.
- Training Co-Ordinator Southern Region, The Sydney Water Board

I really enjoyed the way the lecture was presented
- Meadowbank TAFE

Terrific presenter - great communicator.
- Radio 2EA

Thank you Teletiquette. Well Done
- The Sydney Water Board

Enjoyed it tremendously.
- Fujitsu Australia Limited

A privilege to attend this course.
- Australian Pharmaceutical Industries

Fascinating and enjoyable - a good learning experience.
- Employers Federation of NSW

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