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Harvard Club of Australia - 'Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast: A Leadership Masterclass in Leading Self and Leading Others'

26 Jul 2018 1:13 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast: A Leadership Masterclass in Leading Self and Leading Others with Dr Neil Carrington.

Take advantage of this exclusive opportunity to learn from Dr Neil Carrington at his sellout Leadership Masterclass. Dr Carrington will challenge your thinking to create and sustain a high-performance team culture in complex, ever-shifting workplaces. You'll look beyond traditional performance systems and learn advanced techniques to generate powerful feedback environments with a strong emphasis on leader as coach.

Leading Self and Leading Others

  • Reflect deeply on your organisation’s culture and the relationships you build with your colleagues and staff. Are you deliciously delusional?
  • Explore the difference between leaders and managers and examine the impact of alignment vs agreement
  • Understand how teams can plan and develop together - building-in ongoing, authentic feedback
  • Challenge your pre-existing mental-models
  • Create and sustain a high-performance team culture in complex, ever-shifting workplaces

Who should attend?

Dr Carrington’s insights on leadership translate across all sectors and offer real-life examples and practical techniques so that attendees walk away with a toolkit of essential leadership skills. Whether you are a CEO, director, manager, supervisor, team leader or emerging leader, this masterclass will take you to the next level.

About the Presenter:

Dr. Neil Carrington is a much sought-after speaker in the area of leadership and organisational culture. Dr. Carrington was the Harvard Club of Australia Fellow for 2012/2013, a prestigious scholarship to attend the CEO program at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Business. Dr Carrington was the Australian Institute of Management Business Leader of the Year in 2016 and also a finalist in the Queensland Philanthropist of the Year. In 2017, he was one of only 22 Business Leaders selected from around the world to attend the London School of Business International Leaders Program in London.

Neil is currently the CEO of a national charity ‘Act for Kids,’ an organisation dedicated to supporting abused and neglected children. He most recently was the Foundation National Director of the Leadership Centre for the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). Dr Carrington was the Foundation Director of Education for Mater Health Services in Brisbane. He has presented at over 600 conferences throughout Australia, the UK, Middle East, USA, NZ and across Asia. His featured presentation in the business strand of the ‘World Conference on Thinking’ in Malaysia sold out.

Dr Carrington’s speaking fees and all profits from this event will go directly to Act for Kids to help abused and neglected children in Australia. Dr Carrington's speaking fees and leadership coaching have generated more than two million dollars for Act for Kids to date.

What are people saying about Dr Carrington's workshops? Why do they sellout?

Neil’s leadership workshop was the best I have ever attended.” – Graham Henry, Coach NZ All Blacks

Dr Neil Carrington is probably one of the best leadership facilitators we have come across. Neil is easy to relate to and the things he shared with us can be used equally in the business environment or at homeHis presentation is very enlightening, engaging and entertaining.” – Garry Gray, General Manager Fuji Xerox

Neil is entertaining, beautifully fluent in his presentation, and the content is well researched, well thought out, relevant, outcome oriented, practical and a picture of perfect pedagogy." – Dr John O’Donnell, Former CEO Mater Health Services

Neil’s presentations are always inspiring, creative and humorous but most of all he challenges me to think and act differently as a leader!” – Dr Peter Steer, CEO Great Ormand Street Hospital for Children London

I have seen Dr Neil Carrington engage our staff in thinking about leadership in deep and powerful ways. He has enabled real change in behaviour and a genuine sense of ownership by these leaders.” – Wade Haynes, Executive Principal Brisbane State High

All profits from this event go directly to Act for Kids to help abused and neglected Aussie children. Please contact Act for Kids for any questions and to advise any dietary requirements on 07 3850 3201.

Register Now

Cairns - Monday 30th July 9:00am - 12:00pm

Brisbane - Tuesday 31st July 9:00am - 12:00pm

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