Pauline Nguyen
February 28th 2022

As a thought leader, Pauline’s unique life experiences have given her a distinctive insight into the minds of individuals and businesses alike, allowing her to pass on the invaluable skills of self-mastery, courage, resilience and grit. As Pauline says, ‘If we can learn the tools of self-mastery, we can better practice the art of influence over others.” When Pauline talks of commitment driving outcomes, people listen.

Lisa McInnes-Smith
February 28th 2022

In the post COVID times there are going to be many difficult conversations to be had. Are you ready to deal with the tough questions? Can you help people to be part of their own solution rather than part of the problem? Are you ready to build trust and help people who are in confronting situations? Lisa McInnes-Smith teaches leaders to Relate, Connect and Flourish.

John Bell
February 28th 2022

Giving a voice to some of the most infamous and complex figures of our time, John Bell offers glimpses of insight into some of the most fascinating minds in history. So what can we learn from these fallible yet formidable characters? John Bell believes that theatre allows audiences to see themselves reflected and transformed through the prism of the lives and experiences of these world figures, and provides many examples of outstanding courage and leadership.

Mark Schulman
February 28th 2022

Recent events have shown us that we know we can not often control what happens to us. As a world class musician sharing the stage with some of the biggest performers in the world, Mark Schulman knows a lot about building courage. He knows that it comes down to how we manage change. There are two ways of managing change: we either embrace it or resist it.

Pauline Nguyen
October 13th 2020

It's not new news that the finance and banking Industries are under some pressure during these times. Assisting our community and our families is a big job that puts pressure on our system and our people. We all understand this, but one thing I've learned in these recent times is that crisis does not change people, crisis reveals them. How we deal with a crisis is a reflection on how we deal with life.

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