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POSTED 23 June 2016

Al Jeffery is now ranked as one of Australia’s top 30 young entrepreneurs. While young, he has amassed enough valuable experience to be a leader on topics equally relevant to both early careerists and experienced corporate veterans. After nine years immersed in social enterprise, he’s an expert on social innovation, technology and the role of human behaviour in all areas of business. Al has spoken at and facilitated internationally with many companies such as Google, AusPost, Telstra, Apple and more. The Business Speaker wraps up his experience and learnings so leaders can allow for a mindful, productive & creative culture in their intergenerational teams.

POSTED 22 June 2016

 

Michael Licenblat is an expert on resilience and teaches people how to perform better under pressure and bounce back from pressures, setbacks, and rejections. Drawing on his background in Psychology, Shiatsu therapy, and over 25 years of Martial Arts experience, Michael has helped countless companies become 'pressure proof' acquiring the skills to bounce back from setbacks and rejections and out-achieve their competition.

Here the Business Speaker shares his expertise and explains why in today’s fast-paced environment we all need to learn to thrive under the new modern day pressures we all find ourselves experiencing.

POSTED 22 June 2016

 

Ian Berry left his very successful corporate finance career in 1991 (his last role was leading a $100M business unit). Since he’s helped strong businesses in over 40 countries to thrive on the challenges of change simply, profoundly and profitably. Ian is the perfect speaker for any organisation finding change complicated, tiresome and costly, or wanting to avoid or overcome change fatigue. He’s the best-selling author of Changing What's Normal, regarded by many as a seminal work in the fields of personal, relationship, and organisational change.

Here the Business speaker shares his experience and expertise on why the traditional method of appraising staff is becoming an old-fashioned business initiative.

POSTED 21 June 2016

 

Jessica Trengove is a champion marathon runner who represented Australia at the 2012 Olympic Games. Following a period of injury in 2014, she competed in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, where through her strength and determination, she won a bronze medal after passing the third-placed runner in the final 5km of the marathon race. Jessica speaks passionately on the positive impact physical activity holds on mental and physical health. Here the Olympic Speaker shares why it is her firm belief that determination can make you a winner.

POSTED 21 June 2016

 

Kerri Pottharst is Australia's single most decorated Indoor and Beach Volleyball player having represented Australia for over 22 years, she’s won two Olympic medals and other numerous competitive medals. Kerri is a dynamic and humorous presenter who is able to captivate her audiences and leave them with the skills and tools to improve their business and personal life. Here the Olympic Speaker takes us on an exciting journey and shares what it is really like to win an Olympic medal.

POSTED 07 June 2016

 

Dr Louise Mahler is the body language and vocal expert for leaders of influence. She is a renowned international speaker and facilitator who advises top 100-listed companies and government in Australia and globally on high-stake engagements. She is also the author of Resonate, August 2016 (Penguin). Here the Leadership Speaker shares her take on when it comes to leadership, which politician will you choose to lead?

POSTED 27 May 2016

 

Steve Moneghetti represented Australia at four Commonwealth Games, winning the complete set of marathon medals, culminating gold at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Canada. Steve has also competed in the marathon at four Olympic Games; 1988 in Seoul, 1992 in Barcelona, 1996 in Atlanta and 2000 in Sydney. He was appointed Mayor of the 2006 Commonwealth Games Village and Chef de Mission in New Delhi. In 2014, Steve was made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for 'significant service to athletics as a marathon runner, administrator, and mentor to young athletes.'

Here the Olympic Speaker shares with us his thought process and how he overcame the challenges when he was competing in the marathon race at the Seoul Olympic Games.

POSTED 17 May 2016

 

Stephen Pallaras has been defence counsel, prosecuting counsel and judge in many compelling criminal trials. A QC with over 40 years’ experience in the practice and teaching of the criminal law, he is recognised internationally as an expert. Well measured, thought-provoking and often controversial and confronting. Stephen has an approach which is always novel, solution orientated and illustrated by examples from his long career in the criminal law. Here the Law & Crime Speaker shares a case he worked on in Hong Kong confirming for him that in the law, just as in life, there is always another side to a situation, alternative solutions, differing interpretations.

POSTED 12 May 2016

 

Jules Allen has been a Foster carer and single mother for over 30 children. Through her degree in Social Science, Jules provides professional experience in child protection, youth support, school counselling and private practice. Experiences from her own troubled youth have proved to be her most valuable tool, which she uses to resonate with today’s young adults. She is an Ambassador for Foster Care Australia and Adopt Change with Deborah Lee Furness and Hugh Jackman and has launched her own charity for women and children. Here the Health, Lifestyle and Wellbeing Speaker shares her experience of children’s mental health and resilience in the community.

POSTED 03 May 2016

 

Al Jeffery started his first social enterprise at 12 and is now ranked as one of Australia’s top 30 young entrepreneurs. While young, he has amassed enough valuable experience to be a leader on topics equally relevant to both early careerists and experienced corporate veterans. After nine years immersed in social enterprise, he’s an expert on social innovation, technology and the role of human behaviour in all areas of business. He is a powerful, entertaining and a well-trained speaker and facilitator. Here the creativity & innovation speaker shares his insights and experience into subconscious behaviour causing a corporate disconnect with Millennials.

POSTED 28 April 2016

Chantelle Baxter is the co-founder and CEO of One Girl – an organisation dedicated to giving 1 million girls across Africa access to education. She is passionate about changing the world and believes that businesses have that power also. Chantelle’s actions speak as loudly as her words making her an energetic and passionate presenter.

Here the Education Speaker talks about why she set up One Girl and how the perfectly mapped out path she originally took and thought she wanted to lead, changed so dramatically.

POSTED 21 April 2016

On Tuesday 10 May, ICMI hosted it's Sydney Speaker Showcase at the Star Event Centre. It was an early start for our 300 guests, however, they all agree that the calibre of speakers presenting, made the early start all worthwhile.

POSTED 20 April 2016

Daniel Keighran VC is a leader who knows what is required to motivate the members of his teams. In 2012, Daniel was awarded Australia’s 99th Victoria Cross for purposefully drawing enemy fire to himself in order to save the lives of his teammates and fellow soldiers during a fierce firefight in the village of Derapet, Afghanistan. In 2011, Dan discharged from full-time Army service and commenced work in the mining industry. Initially working in exploration drilling throughout Western Australia and then as an underground shotfirer (blaster) in a gold mine outside of Kalgoorlie.

It’s been over 12 months since I personally caught up with Daniel so we grabbed a coffee and he filled me in on what he’s been up to since leaving the army after 14 years.

POSTED 12 April 2016

Kathy Kelly, along with her husband Ralph, founded the charity ‘The Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation,’ following the murder of their 18-year-old son, Thomas Kelly, on his first night out in Kings Cross in July 2012. Now a passionate speaker on resilience and dealing with change, Kathy is a brave warrior willing to fight for justice and change. She is living proof that what we choose to do with a horrible situation defines our ability to heal, embrace hope and be empowered.

Here the inspirational speaker shares her emotional journey, from losing her son to dealing with the grief that followed. Kathy shares how she turned and used that grief to found The Thomas Kelly Youth Foundation, so no parent would have to go through this experience.

POSTED 06 April 2016

David Cropley is an international author, researcher and consultant in creativity and innovation, specialising in helping people and organisations to unlock their idea generation and problem-solving capabilities. David’s expertise is based on a deep understanding of the psychology of creativity and innovation, coupled with real-world experience in technology and engineering. David has worked with organisations in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, guiding them through the complexities of value creation in an ever-changing and challenging world.

Here the Creativity and Innovation speaker shares his expertise on STEM education. Is it helping or hurting innovation?

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