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.

Dare Jennings

Even if you've never heard of Dare Jennings, it's unthinkable that any Australian could fail to recognise the cultural legacy of Mambo, the iconic street-and-surfwear company he co-founded in 1984.

With Deus Ex Machina, another international success drawn from cultural intuition, he has proven himself again to be a saavy entrepreneur with a knack for creating memorable and engaging brands.

Dare Jennings is that truly rare breed of speaker who still thrives in the business world of today, a presenter who can help your business stay relevant, powerful and engaged. Hire Dare for your next conference and learn how to lead your own global brand revolution...

Daryl Elliott Green

Daryl’s life was shattered in 2000 when he was TWICE SHOT in the face and shoulder while on a routine callout to a neighbourhood dispute. Despite critical injuries, he drew his firearm and began searching for the gunman. A year later, for his actions that night, he was awarded for his bravery, but Daryl was only just embarking on his harrowing road to recovery.

David Bornstein

Bornstein describes how, with determination and innovation, even a single person can make a positive change in the world. David Bornstein is the author of The Price of a Dream: The Story of the Grameen Bank, which chronicles the worldwide growth of the anti-poverty strategy 'micro-credit'. The Price of a Dream drew on ten months of research in villages in Bangladesh. It was selected by the San Fr ...

David Chalke

David is one of Australia's leading Social Analysts. Working with data from AustraliaSCAN, the annual monitor of social change in Australia, David's entertaining "Real World" view of the mood of Australians has made him a very popular speaker at National & International conferences. He is a regularly quoted Social Commentator, and an occasional writer and broadcaster.

David Penglase

David Penglase is one of Australia’s most booked and rebooked conference and livestream keynote speakers on Sales Success. He is a behavioural scientist, best-selling author and ‘Hall of Fame’ keynote speaker, sharing evidence-based strategies to help sales leaders and their teams fast-track trust to earn more new, repeat, and referral business.

Dick Parsons

Called "a master in the art of the relationship", Parsons has been lauded for his ability to steer organizations to success - even in difficult economic times. One of the most influential and respected executives of our time, he is the current chairman of Citigroup and a former chairman and CEO of Time Warner, as well as a senior advisor at Providence Equity Partners. He has regularly appeared on ...

Doc Hendley

Doc Hendley never set out to be a hero. Hendley - a small-town bartender - launched a series of wine-tasting events to raise funds for clean-water projects and to bring awareness to the world's freshwater crisis. He planned to donate the proceeds through traditional channels, but instead found himself traveling to one of the world's most dangerous hot spots: Darfur, Sudan. There, Doc witnessed a ...

Dr Amantha Imber

Dr Amantha Imber is an organisational psychologist and founder of behaviour change consultancy Inventium. She hosts the top ranking podcast How I Work, which has had over 5 million downloads. Amantha is also the co-creator of the Australian Financial Review’s Most Innovative Companies list and the AFR BOSS Best Places to Work list. Amantha has helped companies such as Google, Apple, Disney, LEGO, Atlassian, Commonwealth Bank and many others reinvent the way they approach their work.

Amantha’s thoughts have appeared in Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Entrepreneur and Fast Company and she is the author of three international bestselling books, and her fourth book, The Health Habit, has recently come out.

In 2019, Amantha was named as one of the Australian Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence. In 2021, she won the Thinkers50 Innovation Award (described by the Financial Times as the ‘Oscars for Management Thinking’).

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