Speakers

Inbal Rodnay

Inbal Rodnay is a former programmer, entrepreneur, and innovator who helps businesses create effective technology strategies and thriving cultures of innovation. She runs technology adoption programs in professional services firms to help firms become tech savvy and lead in their field.

The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG

The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG is an international jurist, educator and former judge. He served as a Deputy President of the Australian Conciliation and Arbitration Commission (1975-83); Chairman of the Australian Law Reform Commission (1975-84); Judge of the Federal Court of Australia (1983-4); President of the New South Wales Court of Appeal (1984-96); President of the Court of Appeal of Solomon Islands (1995-96) and Justice of the High Court of Australia (1996-2009).

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.

Brad Twynham

Brad Twynham is a global speaker in resilience, innovation, and leadership. He has delivered his Radical Leadership Programs to corporations including Minter Ellison, DuluxGroup, Rio Tinto, Endeavor Group, IBM, ARTC, Queensland Health and Singularity U. Brad's keynotes and workshops are transformational and interactive and is a great addition to any event as a keynote speaker, breakout session or workshop.

Toni Powell

Renowned for her hilarious story-based talks, Toni is one of the most recognised & enjoyed relationship and wellbeing speakers in Australia. She’s recently won two international business awards for thought leadership, is the author of two books and her Goalcast talk has over 15 million views.

Sally Foley-Lewis

Sally helps middle managers move and improve! She boosts self-leadership and leadership by helping people reach their potential. She positively impacts effectiveness, confidence and results. With a leadership development career spanning more than 15 years, she has held roles from operational to CEO so she’s seen middle management from every angle! She walks the talk!

Joni Peedie

Joni Peddie is a leading Executive Coach, Keynote Speaker and Strategic Facilitator, who helps leaders and their teams to become more energised, intrinsically -motivated and more self-aware by improving their resilience … one actionable insight at a time!

She is the Past President of the PSASA (Professional Speaking Association of Southern Africa), CEO of Bounce Forward, Resilient People and has over 33 years of experience.

Rob Edwards OAM CSP

Rob’s experience working with people at all levels of business, cardiac patients, elite athletes, remote island communities and women’s groups has evolved a communication style that genuinely connects with audiences. He’s been speaking professionally for over 20 years with the purpose of providing meaningful and memorable experiences that motivate people to focus on getting the best out of themselves.

Peter Xing

Peter is part of the Singularity University Expert Faculty on transhumanism and emerging technologies. He co-founded Transhumanism Australia and Transhuman Coin, a community of technologists dedicated to helping society transcend the limitations of our human biology using science and technology and funds scientific discovery and technological innovations that accelerate the transhumanism movement through decentralised finance.

Candice Warner

Candice Warner is one of Australia’s most loved sports and media stars. She is recognised for her grit as a former Champion Ironwoman, her glamour as one half Australia’s sporting “power couple”, and her resilience as someone who has over- come many obstacles – not only surviving but thriving.

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