Teambuilding Speakers

Rodney Eade

Played AFL for Hawthorn from 1976 to 1987 and is now coaching the Western Bulldogs in Melbourne. Rodney took over the reins from Ron Barassi as Head Coach at Sydney in 1996, and was the most successful coach of the Swans since Jack Bissett in the 1930's. Rodney's leadership, team building and motivational skills are infused into his addresses, leaving audiences with a positive and refreshed atti ...

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Roger Hamilton

Roger is also the Chairman of XL Results Foundation, consisting of the largest entrepreneur network in Asia Pacific and publisher of XL Magazine, the world's first magazine dedicated to social enterprise. XL Results Foundation also manages Asia Pacific's largest online business network and directory, connecting Asia Pacific with over 1 million entrepreneurs and business professionals world wide, w ...

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Ron Barassi

Over a period of a quarter of a century, Ron has appeared in Grand Finals as a player, vice captain, captain and coach, two out of every three years. Ron's incredible football career has included representing both his state and country as a player, captain, coach or selector. Ron now also presents to corporate audiences on subjects such as motivation, leadership, goal setting and teambuilding. ...

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Ron Lee

In 1987, Ron Lee, became "The Corporate Ninja" and speaks at conferences and does training at all management levels on four continents. The keynote presentations and training are mostly derived from eastern/western philosophies, universal laws, practical metaphysics and martial arts and are distilled into forms that can be used immediately in business and personal life. He studied at the N ...

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Rudy Ruettiger

INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN CELEBRITY: Against all odds on a gridiron in South Bend, Indiana, Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger in twenty seven seconds, carved his name into history books as perhaps the most famous graduate of the University of Notre Dame. The son of an oil refinery worker and third of 14 children, Rudy rose from valleys of discouragement and despair to the pinnacles of success. Today, he is one ...

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Sam Cawthorn

Sam is a thought leader and expert in not only bouncing back, but bouncing forward. He is the CEO for Empowering Enterprises and has been featured in USA Today and the New York Times. He is also a State Winner for the Young Australian of the Year.

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Samurai Self Leadership

The SAMURAI Self-Leadership programme is a development process that builds commitment amongst a group of people within an Organisation to become leaders and champions of change. This change begins with them; it begins with defining what they need to
'become' in order to make a real sustainable difference to the Organisation they serve. This is more than just a task or an intellectual
exercis ...

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Sarah Cornally

Sarah is currently completing a chapter titled Courageous Conversations for a book called Awakening the Workplace. She has written numerous articles for business and industry publications and is a co-author of the book Lessons in Leadership. Sarah is one of Australia's most sought after strategic leadership advisors. Her track record at executive and board level is underpinned by her finely honed ...

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Sattar Bawany

Prof Sattar Bawany is a Chief Learning Officer & Master Executive Coach. He is also the Adjunct Professor of Strategy from the Paris Graduate School of Management. Prof Bawany has over 25 years' international business management experience, including 15 years in executive coaching, group facilitation, and leadership development and training with global management consulting firms. Concurrently, ...

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Scott Steinberg

Scott Steinberg is the CEO of a management consulting and market research firm which helps clients more effectively connect, communicate and create lasting value. One of the world's best-known business strategists and communications experts, he serves as a strategic advisor to Fortune 500 corporations, non-profits, universities and startups, helping them identify emerging cultural, social and tech ...

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