Sydney Fishbowl

When: Friday 8th November 2019
8.00am – 10.00am

Where: 

LendLease, Tower 3

Level 14 International Towers Exchange Place Tower Three, 300 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney NSW 2000

Note reception will escort you to Level 13 to the room.

For more details on the venue click here.

What:

We have brought together a panel of nationally recognised professionals, who are ready to share their stories of challenges and experiences with the audience.

Participate anytime throughout the morning by joining the panel and asking a question or challenge their views. This is what makes the Fishbowl Experience a worthwhile event as we all learn from each other’s stories.

Enjoy a selection of healthy and contemporary breakfast options as you network and connect with like-minded participants.

Registration is still $65.00 pp. breakfast included.

The panel:

Wayne Pearce is one of Australia’s most respected and highest profile Rugby league identities. Prior to commencing his stellar Rugby League career, Wayne completed a Bachelor of Science degree and Diploma of Education at the University of New South Wales. The insights gained from his psychology studies ignited a life-long passion for understanding the science and motivation of human behaviour.

From 1980-1990, Wayne carved out an illustrious career in Rugby League where he represented and captained the Balmain Tigers, New South Wales and Australia and was awarded an Order of Australia Medal for services to Rugby League and the community.

Wayne is widely regarded as an innovator and in 2001 upon retiring from professional sports coaching, he took his knowledge and expertise in leading high performing teams to the corporate world using his corporate brand... “Wayne Pearce Advantage”. By combining proven sports psychology techniques with a mix of organisational and behavioural change methodologies, Wayne has developed a range of powerful tools and techniques designed to help businesses address gaps in the areas of team leadership, teamwork and motivation.

He has a wide portfolio of satisfied clients across Australia and south-east Asia who have benefited from his highly effective outcomes-based methods and workshops.

He has also worked extensively within the NSW Police Force and the NSW Department of Education running programs to improve communication, motivation and engagement practices
Wayne continues to lead by example as is evidenced by his role as a Commissioner of the Australian Rugby League, which is the governing body of Rugby League in Australia.
Lee Goddard RADM has experienced many 'careers within a career' during more than 30 years in the Navy.

Broadly experienced, including numerous Command positions, he was seconded as the Branch Head to the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet in 2014.

Promoted in 2018, he assumed his current role as Commander Maritime Border Command in January 2019.

Awarded a Master of Arts (International Relations) in 1996, he is a member of the Australian Naval Institute council and previously served as councilor with the Australian Institute of International Affairs.

His personal interests evolve around family, sport and sailing. RADM Lee Goddard is married to Alexandra who works within DFAT (AusAID) and they reside in Sydney with their son Dom (b. 2004) and daughters Asha (b. 2006) & Mathilde (b. 2008). He was awarded the Conspicuous Service Cross (CSC) on Australia Day 2007.
Tanyth Lloyd has a passion for developing future leaders, using data to tell compelling stories that help shape business strategy, playing with emerging tech and crafting brand strategies that showcase extraordinary experiences.

Tanyth is the Head of Innovation for Korn Ferry.
Martin Cox is the General Manager Performance at I-MED Radiology Network.

Originally trained as a Medical Imaging Technologist, Martin‘s strategic ability saw him progress to management including completing an MBA.

With over twenty years’ experience across public, private and corporate radiology.

Martin’s passion is process improvement and brand building to support active engagement to place the customer at the centre of thinking.

Diverse roles in a number of businesses has provided Martin the ability to understand and analyse a variety of models and approaches.

Martin’s role in I-MED is analysing the overall business performance improvement approach, where this has extended into marketing, sales and the customer experience.
Clare Edwards knows having spent many years in the corporate sector in various management positions, the challenges that exist in navigating change to deliver the required results.

Clare brings the human element to change, one that is often overlooked, yet a critical success factor and one with consequences when not considered.

Clare's vision is to develop emotional and behavioural excellence in the workplace through the tools of Neuroleadership, Neurochange, Resilience, Positive Psychology, Emotional Intelligence and Mindfulness.

An experienced facilitator, Speaker, Trainer and Coach, she has a Masters in QBE (Qualification by Experience!), an Advanced Diploma of the Neuroscience of Leadership and Australian Identities Personality Profiling Practitioner.
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