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Thought Leaders Showcase 2019


February 2019

Showcase

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Thought Leaders Showcase 2019


February 2019

Showcase

There’s a line in The Matrix where Morpheus says to Neo:

“Unfortunately, no one can be told what the Matrix is. You have to see it for yourself.”

In many ways, the same is true of Business School. We can explain what we do – but often, it doesn't make complete sense until you've experienced it for yourself.

Introducing the Thought Leaders Showcase.

On Friday the 22nd of February we're bringing the Thought Leaders Business School tribe together for a special event – and we'd love you to attend as our guest. The Thought Leaders Showcase is an opportunity to hear insights from 5 leading experts from the Thought Leaders community – as well as discovering the journey they undertook to go from expert to thought leaders.

If you've ever considered turning your expertise into a commercially successful thought leadership practice—and you want to hear from others who have done it—this event is for you.

 

Event Details

Friday 22nd February
3:00pm – 6:30pm

The Club Room
Level 2
RACV Club
501 Bourke Street
Melbourne

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Georgia Murch


Georgia Murch

Introduction to Thought Leadership

Georgia Murch


Georgia Murch

Introduction to Thought Leadership

As a senior executive for industry-leading listed companies, Georgia recognised ongoing damage that poor communication could have in organisations and teams.

Drawing on her experience in corporate, Georgia set about building her own successful thought leadership practice – following the Thought Leaders Business School model to achieve a commercially-successful "Black Belt" practice (a business that generates $500k to $1.5m in revenue, working 50–200 days per year, at 70–90% margins, with 1–3 support staff).

The journey saw her publishing best-selling books (including Fixing Feedback and Feedback Flow), developing engaging keynotes, and working with incredible clients (including Atlassian, NRL, Airtasker, Canva, Readify, Telstra, Envato, Tyro, Optiver, Mercedes Benz, Aussie Post, Wesfarmers, MYOB and The University of Melbourne).

In this presentation, Georgia shares part of her journey – and lays out the path a path that you can follow from being a "clever expert", to becoming a commercially-successful though leader in your industry.

 
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Adam Voigt


Adam Voigt

Learning Leadership and Culture

Adam Voigt


Adam Voigt

Learning Leadership and Culture

Most commonly recognised for his regular television guest-spots on The Project and Sunrise, Adam honed his insights on cultural leadership, bullying prevention, and restorative practices as a successful school principal in some of Australia's toughest locations.

His "Firm, but Fair" approach has revolutionised the leadership, learning, and team cultures in schools, communities, and corporate environments all over Australia.

In this highly confronting, yet enlightening, presentation, Adam will demonstrate how an outdated—frankly, ancient!—view of learning is destroying engagement, improvement, creativity and collaboration within your teams – and the steps required to reverse these damaging effects to turn around team performance.

 
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Callum McKirdy


Callum McKirdy

From Enraged to Engaged

Callum McKirdy


Callum McKirdy

From Enraged to Engaged

How to leverage HR for greater organisational success

Callum is a New Zealand-based—and internationally recognised— expert in workplace behaviour, assisting leaders and teams to develop optimised cultures of productivity and high-performance across a wide range of industries.

Having battled for years in senior roles he felt little connection to, Callum sought to find out what led to a fulfilling, rewarding, and ultimately worthwhile workplace. The answer, he discovered, was culture – a mix of People, Purpose and Place that we can connect deeply with.

In many organisations the Human Resources function is seen as an under-performing annoyance that leaders are stuck with. Likewise, HR itself often believes the rest of the organisation doesn’t listen and, as a leader, that's "all your fault!"

In this presentation, Callum shares how HR leaders can step into their potential as a transformational leadership function—and how leaders can reframe their relationship with HR—to (together) reap the benefits of greater fulfilment, performance, and engagement.

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Lynne Cazaly


Lynne Cazaly

Ish

Lynne Cazaly


Lynne Cazaly

Ish

The Problem with our Pursuit for Perfection and the Life-Changing Practice of Good Enough

Excellence, quality and continuous improvement are important - but the pursuit of perfection …not so much.

Our drive to make things look or seem perfect is dangerously on the rise and has dire consequences for how we feel about ourselves, how we live and work and how we collaborate with others.

Master facilitator, international keynote speaker, and six-time author Lynne Cazaly shares the latest thinking on being more ‘ish’.

'Ish'—meaning somewhat, more or less, to some extent—is a more flexible, helpful and effective way to think and work. We can go for iteration and incremental performance rather than perfection more often … and we’ll find that ‘good enough’ is absolutely good enough!

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Dominick Quartuccio


Dominick Quartuccio

The Bold Journey Women Want Men to Take

Dominick Quartuccio


Dominick Quartuccio

The Bold Journey Women Want Men to Take

Based in New York, Dominick Quartuccio is an international speaker, author and executive coach to change makers in business.

With 15 years Fortune 100 corporate experience, leading executive, and owning a $1.4B sales goal for Prudential Financial – Dominick has a passion for helping leaders and teams raise their performance, with greater speed an ease than we often believe possible, all while insulating ourselves from burnout.

In this thought-provoking presentation, Dominick shares a bold (and ultimately empowering) calling to men – to build a new reward system that encourages men to take the inner journey in a powerful, deeply masculine and emotionally supportive way (that ultimately honours the women in our lives). 

 
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Register 2019


Register

Register 2019


Register

If you'd like to come along and experience this event yourself, make sure you register, ASAP. Tickets are being made available on a strictly limited basis, and are sure to be popular.

 
 

Event Details

Friday 22nd February
3:00pm – 6:30pm

The Club Room
Level 2
RACV Club
501 Bourke Street
Melbourne