Teambuilding Speakers

What kind of entertainers, experts and legends can best help your team achieve optimal cohesion? How do you keep people engaged and enthused? We recommend you get creative. Ovations know how invaluable it is to have a strong, happy team. That's why we provide events with charismatic, motivational speakers, explorers and other athletes, psychologists, musical legends, respected authors, even comedians. We specialize in building teams, from the ground up.

Nola Diamantopoulos

Nola Diamantopoulos is the creator and facilitator of the Creative Corporates Art & Thinking programs. Once a worldwide Tax Manager in the oil & gas industry, her life since then is now inspired by art, creativity, education and facilitation. Nola Diamantopoulos, facilitator of creativity, is best known for her fresh, interactive and fun-filled workshops where keynote is anything but tradition ...

Patrick Lencioni

Patrick Lencioni is founder and president of The Table Group, Inc., a firm dedicated to providing organizations with ideas, products and services that improve teamwork, clarity and employee engagement. Pat is the author of eight best-selling books with over 2.5 million copies sold and foreign translation into 22 languages. After six years in print, his book The Five Dysfunctions of a Team contin ...

Paul Blackburn

Australia's own success coach, Paul Blackburn, has taught thousands of people to better their lives during his 18 years in the Human Potential Movement. Paul has instructed groups ranging in size from six to 600 and as a guest speaker has spoken to groups of more than six thousand. He has taught in Australia, New Zealand, the UK and the United States. Author of the popular book "Beyond Success", P ...

Paul Jordan

Ex-SAS, UN Peacekeeper,Security Expert, Corporate Speaker. Paul Jordan served in the elite SAS for over a decade. He later joined private security with companies including Exxon Mobile, and has provided security training and operational support to thousands of journalists including BBC and ABC, and supported CNN in Iraq during the 2003 invasion. Paul was in Banda Aceh after the 2004 Tsunami, has ...

Paul Wade

"Wadey" as he is known around the world had a remarkable international career, including the Olympic Games, 2 World Cup campaigns and one of the toughest tasks in world football to "mark Diego Maradona" (probably the best player in the world at that time) in the two legged world cup play off with Argentina. His passion for the game carried on after his retirement to both extensive work in the medi ...

Perry Cross

A rugby tackle in 1994, at the age of 19, left Perry Cross a profoundly disabled quadriplegic, unable to move and on a life support machine... with a team of around-the-clock medical carers at his side. Faced with a life of oblivion - he made an immensely courageous choice to 'get moving'. At only 30 years of age, Perry has become one of Australia's most inspirational speakers. Ironically, anybod ...

Peter Baines

Peter Baines is one of Australia's leadership experts having road tested leadership the hard way. Peter spent 22 years with the NSW Police leading teams in response to acts of terrorism and natural disasters on a scale not previously seen. Peter was part of the leadership team that responded to Bali after the bombings in 2002 and was called upon in 2005 to lead national and international teams in ...

Peter Cosgrove AC, MC

The son of an army officer, General Cosgrove, entered the Royal Military College, Duntroon, straight after school to begin the life of a career soldier. And while that career has included a variety of staff and overseas appointments, including a stint as commandant of Duntroon, it was as a young lieutenant in Vietnam that he tasted the raw reality of a soldiers life. Barely a month after arriving, ...

Peter Hillary

On the 29th May 1953 Sir Edmund Hillary made the historic first ascent of Mt Everest. To commemorate his father's achievement, Peter Hillary recently climbed to the summit of the world's highest mountain on a National Geographic sponsored expedition. The story of that expedition - and of the intervening years since the first climb in 1953, is retold in National Geographic's big film of the year, S ...

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