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POSTED 08 August 2022

Our FREE weekly online series

ICMI is hosting a weekly online series to kickstart your Wednesdays. It’s jam-packed with generous helpings of knowledge and morsels of motivation. 


 

Every Wednesday we will feature two speakers, each presenting for 5 minutes, followed by a live Q&A session. The series runs via Zoom and is facilitated by a professional host. All up, the event runs for 30 minutes, maximum. 

 

Created to be short, sharp and light, Breakfast Bites is the perfect way to start you on your day.  

 

We invite you to tune into ICMI’s Breakfast Bites, airing every Wednesday at 9:00am AEST

 

So far, we've had the pleasure of starting our morning with:

 

This coming week we will be featuring:

 

  • Henry Olonga - Henry’s life has taken him from national sporting champion to political exile from his homeland, Zimbabwe, for protesting against the policies of the Mugabe government. Interesting, inspiring and entertaining, this now Opera Singer is a wonderful mix of conviction and charm.  

  • Dr Gemma Munro - Founder and CEO of Inkling Women, Gemma is an award winning business leader, performance coach, spiritual mentor and author. She runs one of Australia’s leading training and development organisations for women leaders.

  • Jess Adamson - Award winning journalist and news presenter, Jessica was part of the Seven News team for 17 years. She has covered some of the country’s biggest news stories including the Boxing Day tsunami, Bali nine drug trials, Beaconsfield Mine disaster and two Olympic Games.

     

     

     

     


All intellectual property rights in the Breakfast Bites Series, including but not limited to the name, logos, branding, audio and audio-visual recordings of the Breakfast Bites Series are solely owned by ICMI and are reserved by ICMI. You may not reproduce, re-publish, adapt or translate any aspects of the Breakfast Bites Series without the prior written approval of ICMI. By accessing the Breakfast Bites Series you agree not to alter or remove this copyright notice or any of ICMI’s branding. You also agree not to use any aspects of the Breakfast Bites Series in a way which would imply endorsement by ICMI or any of the specialists featured in the Breakfast Bites Series.

 

By accessing the Breakfast Bites Series you acknowledge that the views of the guest speakers on the Breakfast Bites Series are not necessarily the views of ICMI.

 

 

Don't miss out, sign up today!

 

POSTED 07 August 2020

Our expert speakers answer YOUR questions.

Can’t get enough of our free weekly webinar, Breakfast Bites?!

Neither can we. Here, our guests will answer the questions we didn’t get to, giving you a further peek into their insights and expertise.

POSTED 11 May 2020

Dr Ross Walker is an eminent practising cardiologist with a passion for people and health, boasting 40 years’ experience as a clinician. For the past 20 years he has been focusing on preventative cardiology and is one of Australia’s leading preventative health experts. 

Considered one of the world’s best keynote speakers and life coaches, Dr Walker is the author of seven best-selling books and a regular health presenter in the Australian Media. He also appears weekly on the national Macquarie Radio network and the Super Radio network.

POSTED 28 April 2020

Anna Meares is the only Australian to win a medal in an individual event at four Olympic Games. She was Australia’s flag bearer at the Rio Olympics. But Anna’s life since Rio has not been easy, as she struggled to come to terms with retirement, a divorce, the death of her much loved coach Gary West, and the realisation that, for all her greatness, the world of elite cycling was carrying on without her. In her new book, Anna Meares: Now, Anna describes the impact all this loss had on her, as she found herself feeling despondent and alone, and questioning if all she’d achieved was truly worth it. 

‘There were times when going to sleep was the hardest part of my entire day,’ she writes. ‘I just wanted to stay asleep, if I ever got there.’

Happily, Anna was able to turn her life around. She is in a new relationship and recently gave birth to a daughter, Evelyn. In this exclusive extract, she recalls the depths of her despair after she retired and when things started to improve …

POSTED 27 April 2020

ICMI presents Mother’s Day High Tea with the delightful Julie Goodwin

On Friday 8 May at 11:00am, ICMI will be hosting a cooking demonstration via Zoom with Julie Goodwin, hosted by Stephanie Brantz

POSTED 24 April 2020

A former SAS Troop Commander, Mark Wales carries an impeccable military career that took him to Afghanistan on multiple tours, leading elite teams in the toughest and most stressful environments imaginable. 


Mark shares his thoughts about ANZAC Day.

POSTED 25 March 2020

Business resilience in the time of COVID-19. 

At ICMI we are fortunate to have Australia’s best business thinkers in our stable. Our speakers are experts in change management, dealing with disruption and guiding businesses through uncharted waters.

The current health crisis presents several challenges in both protecting our staff’s health today, and protecting their income tomorrow as business realities set in. With this in mind, we’ve asked our speakers to share their insights on how businesses can ride the shockwave and minimise the impact.

About the Author: 

One of 100 remaining candidates for the Mars One Mission in 2031, Dianne McGrath encourages us all to explore the resilience within ourselves, as that will bring out the very best in all of us. 

Here’s what she had to say:

POSTED 25 March 2020

Business resilience in the time of COVID-19. 

At ICMI we are fortunate to have Australia’s best business thinkers in our stable. Our speakers are experts in change management, dealing with disruption and guiding businesses through uncharted waters.

The current health crisis presents several challenges in both protecting our staff’s health today, and protecting their income tomorrow as business realities set in. With this in mind, we’ve asked our speakers to share their insights on how businesses can ride the shockwave and minimise the impact.

About the Author: 

After working with the bodyguard team of Nelson Mandela, Rob Redenbach successfully transferred the strategies of personal safety to leadership and resilience.

Here’s what he had to say:

POSTED 23 March 2020

Business resilience in the time of COVID-19. 

At ICMI we are fortunate to have Australia’s best business thinkers in our stable. Our speakers are experts in change management, dealing with disruption and guiding businesses through uncharted waters.

The current health crisis presents several challenges in both protecting our staff’s health today, and protecting their income tomorrow as business realities set in. With this in mind, we’ve asked our speakers to share their insights on how businesses can ride the shockwave and minimise the impact.

About the Author: 

Once a learning and development leader with Contiki Holidays, Mark Carter learned plenty about leadership in times of crisis and disruption. He shares valuable insights on how to stretch personal growth and future business success.

Here’s what he had to say:

POSTED 23 March 2020

Business resilience in the time of COVID-19. 

At ICMI we are fortunate to have Australia’s best business thinkers in our stable. Our speakers are experts in change management, dealing with disruption and guiding businesses through uncharted waters.

The current health crisis presents several challenges in both protecting our staff’s health today, and protecting their income tomorrow as business realities set in. With this in mind, we’ve asked our speakers to share their insights on how businesses can ride the shockwave and minimise the impact. 

About the Author: 

The first woman to become Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police in Australia, Christine Nixon lead a staff of over 14,000 through organisational change, disruption and extreme circumstances, so she’s no stranger to managing a crisis. 

Here’s what she had to say:

POSTED 20 March 2020

Business resilience in the time of COVID-19. 

At ICMI we are fortunate to have Australia’s best business thinkers in our stable. Our speakers are experts in change management, dealing with disruption and guiding businesses through uncharted waters.

The current health crisis presents several challenges in both protecting our staff’s health today, and protecting their income tomorrow as business realities set in. With this in mind, we’ve asked our speakers to share their insights on how businesses can ride the shockwave and minimise the impact.

About the Author: 

Investor, entrepreneur, founder and explorer, Gus Balbontin encourages businesses to act now to adjust strategies, products, services and culture to deal with disruption, whatever form it comes in.

Here’s what he had to say:

POSTED 20 March 2020

Business resilience in the time of COVID-19. 

At ICMI we are fortunate to have Australia’s best business thinkers in our stable. Our speakers are experts in change management, dealing with disruption and guiding businesses through uncharted waters.

The current health crisis presents several challenges in both protecting our staff’s health today, and protecting their income tomorrow as business realities set in. With this in mind, we’ve asked our speakers to share their insights on how businesses can ride the shockwave and minimise the impact.

About the Author: 

Futurist, tech entrepreneur and growth hacker, Steve Sammartino shares his insights on what tools big business must learn to embrace to strengthen their organisations in this time of disruption. 

Here’s what he had to say:

POSTED 19 March 2020

Business resilience in the time of COVID-19. 

At ICMI we are fortunate to have Australia’s best business thinkers in our stable. Our speakers are experts in change management, dealing with disruption and guiding businesses through uncharted waters.

The current health crisis presents several challenges in both protecting our staff’s health today, and protecting their income tomorrow as business realities set in. With this in mind, we’ve asked our speakers to share their insights on how businesses can ride the shockwave and minimise the impact.

About the Author: 

One of the most sought-after creative minds in the country, Jason Clarke takes an optimistic approach to business resilience to explore bold new ways of thinking and working.

Here’s what he had to say:

POSTED 10 February 2020

When it comes to leadership, Rob Redenbach knows how leaders can build a legacy to be proud of. His incredible life story saw him work with Nelson Mandela’s bodyguard team, survive a roadside ambush in Baghdad and provide security to aid-workers in the Middle East. Drawing from his experience, Rob now inspires high-performing organisations around the world and equips leaders with practical tools for building collaborative and resilient teams. Here’s what Rob has to say on how leaders can deliver worthwhile results. 

POSTED 12 December 2019

Dr Ross Walker is an eminent practising cardiologist with a passion for people and health, boasting 40 years’ experience as a clinician. For the past 20 years he has been focusing on preventative cardiology and is one of Australia’s leading preventative health experts. Considered one of the world’s best keynote speakers and life coaches, Dr Walker is the author of seven best-selling books and a regular health presenter in the Australian Media. He also appears weekly on the national Macquarie Radio network and the Super Radio network. 

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