Living in the gap: How to thrive as a leader through uncertain times – 5 November 2019

Living in the gap: How to thrive as a leader through uncertain times – 5 November 2019

We are living in an unprecedented time of uncertainty as industry is being redefined by technology. One of the biggest challenges leaders face is ensuring their organisations and their people can thrive while navigating this uncertainty.

Through the art of “Story showing” this informative and inspirational keynote demonstrates that to effectively lead through times of uncertainty we must “Live in the Gap.” That space where we can break down long held beliefs and ideals that won’t translate to the emerging future, while we look for opportunities on the horizon to position ourselves and our organisation. This keynote is for anyone who is involved in a leadership position whether in a corporation, small to medium enterprise, not-for-profit or pursuing an entrepreneurial dream.

Date     |  Tuesday, 5 November 2019
Time    |  5.30pm for 6.00pm
Venue  |  Customs House, 208 Quay Street, Rockhampton
Cost     |  Free – drinks and light refreshments will be provided
RSVP   |  Register here

About the presenter:
Brad Twynham is a Technology entrepreneur, strategy consultant and Investor/Board Director with over 25 years working and consulting in the areas of Enterprise Technology adoption and enterprise operating model transformation, neural networks, block chain and artificial intelligence. He has founded and successfully exited three technology companies and has advised senior executives on significant technology transformation initiatives around the world for organizations such as Singtel, Swisscom, Union Bank of Switzerland, Visa, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Allianz.

In 2015, on returning to Australia after several years living in Los Angeles, Brad now runs a Thought Leadership and Consulting Practice focused on Corporate Innovation and is an Incubator Facilitator within the Entrepreneurs Program run by the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science. Brad now resides on the Central Coast of NSW where he can be seen regularly kite surfing and spending time raising three future Jedi’s.

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