Speakers

Matt Shirvington

Matt has become one of Australia's all time greatest sprinters. Winner of five consecutive National Titles in the 100m and five top three finishes nationally in the 200m. After overcoming a series of injuries, Matt suffered from glandular fever in 2003. Recurring symptons forced him to withdraw from the 2004 Olympics, however Matt returned to qualify for the 2005 World Championships and compete ...

Shoosh

An hilarious repertoire of wordless physical comedy and music. SHOOSH, the dynamic fusion of physical comedy and music, an hilarious repertoire of set routines and physical improvisations to compliment your event or feature as the main entertainment. High-powered, visually arresting but wordless entertainment by extraordinary physical performers, created by some of the country's leading physical ...

Glenn Shorrock

With a career spanning over 35 years, Glenn Shorrock is one of the elder statesmen of Australian contemporary show business. Born in Kent, England, Glenn migrated with his family at the age of 10 to Adelaide in the mid-1950s. A self-confessed child of rock 'n' roll, he began singing in 1962 with a vocal group called the Twilights. By 1965, the Twilights become a six piece "beat group" based in Mel ...

Sam Silverstein

Silverstein knows how to get million-dollar results. His companies have sold upwards of $100 million in products and services, and he successfully sold one of his businesses to a Fortune 500 company. Entrepreneur, business expert, speaker and international author Sam Silverstein's battle cry of "No More Excuses" has been heard by companies and business professionals the world over. Sam has share ...

John Silvester

Crime reporter and writer John Silvester has written, edited and published more than 30 crime books - including the best selling Underbelly series. His work was used as the basis for the top rating Underbelly television series on Melbourne's Gangland War. He is a regular speaker at police/legal functions including the Police Officers College, homicide squad, arson squad, surveillance branch, spec ...

Sam Simmons

A Sam Simmons live show is an experience. Some have described it as like watching a full grown man have an emotional breakdown on the monkey bars inside your mind, others have not. Quite simply there is no one else like him in the world of comedy. He really is one of Australia's most original comedy performers. Sam Simmon's show Fail is a hit - a masterpiece of surreality, silliness and sadness ...

Russell Simmons

USA TODAY recently named Russell Simmons one of the 'top 25 most influential people of the past 25 years', calling him a 'hip-hop pioneer' for his groundbreaking vision that has influenced music, fashion, finance, television and film, as well as the face of modern philanthropy. Russell Simmons has been instrumental in bringing the powerful influence of hip-hop culture to every facet of business a ...

Alvah Simon

Explorers are a special breed of people blessed with courage, determination, and an instinct for survival. Alvah Simon is regarded as "one of the great and authentic adventurers of our time." While most people seek security and comfort, Alvah prowls the thornier edges of our world. "Only by testing the borders of human potential can we expand them," he says. "Yes, there are risks, but there are ev ...

Lynette Simons

Lynette Simons has been a print, radio and television journalist for The Sydney Morning Herald, the ABC and SBS. She currently runs workshops in Media Management and Conflict Resolution in the public and private sector and teaches Passion Peace and Poetry at Sydney University's Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies.
As Training Manager for SBS for 10 years, Lynette gained specialist expertise ...

Stephen Simpson

Great corporate cultures enable strategic goals to be achieved and fuel employee engagement. Great corporate cultures create a measurable point of difference in terms of individual and organisational performance. Importantly, great corporate cultures can’t be copied. But they don’t just happen by chance.

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