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2016 ICF Australasia Conference

2016 ICF Australasia ConferenceUnlocking Potential26 - 28 October 2016    |    Surfers Paradise Marriott Resort & Spa, Queensland

Keynote Speakers

Keynote Speakers
Opening and Closing Speakers

Keynote Speakers 

Ms Judith E Glaser

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Judith E. Glaser is an Organizational Anthropologist. She is one of the most innovative change agents, consultants and executive coaches, in the consulting and coaching industry and the world's leading authority on Conversational Intelligence®, WE-centric Leadership, and Neuro-Innovation. Judith is a best-selling author of 7 business books including her latest -  Conversational Intelligence: How Great Leaders Build Trust and Get Extraordinary Results. 

Judith Glaser Welcome


Professor David Clutterbuck
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David is one of the early pioneers of coaching and mentoring. He is a visiting professor in the coaching and mentoring faculties of three UK universities (Oxford Brookes, Sheffield Hallam and York St John), and is also adjunct faculty at Ashridge. David co-founded the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, which collaborates with ICF in the Global Coaching and Mentoring Alliance. Author or co-author of 65 books, he is practice lead for a global community of educators in mentoring, coaching and team coaching, Coaching & Mentoring International. His interests include working with people who have learning disability and/or are on the autistic spectrum; and comedy.

Professor David Clutterbuck Welcome  


Dr Bryan J. Dik, PhD

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Dr Bryan Dik is Associate Professor of psychology at Colorado State University. He is also co-founder and Chief Science Officer of jobZology, a software and consulting company that uses psychological assessment to bring job-seekers and organizations together in ways that help both thrive.  Bryan is an international expert in career development, having published widely on topics related to purpose, meaning, and religion/spirituality in career decision-making and planning. He is co-author of the popular book Make Your Job a Calling: How the Psychology of Vocation Can Change Your Life at Work, and is co-editor of two other books: Purpose and Meaning in the Workplace and Psychology of Religion and Workplace Spirituality. Bryan is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and received an Early Career Professional Award from the Society for Vocational Psychology. He lives with his wife Amy and their four sons in Fort Collins, Colorado, USA. 

Dr Bryan J. Dik Welcome



Opening and Closing Speakers 

Mr Jeremy Donovan 

.75 Resource Development
Jeremy Donovan’s journey to this point has been one of challenge and adversity but also one of celebrated accomplishment. The diversity of his own personal experiences equips Jeremy with the unique ability to inspire and connect with people from a vast range of backgrounds from remote communities to the highest levels of bureaucracy and business. He speaks from a high level of individual experience and expertise in the field of Indigenous disparity and is motivated by a true passion to elevate the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 

Ms Precious Clark

.75 Resource Development
Precious Clark is of Ngati Whatua and Waikato descent and was born and raised in Tamaki Makaurau, Auckland. Precious is a Professional Director of Ngati Whatua Orakei Whai Rawa Ltd, the investment arm of Ngati Whatua Orakei, the Centre for Social Impact, the Chair of the Auckland War Memorial Museum Taumata-a-Iwi, a member of the Independent Maori Statutory Board, and a Trustee of Foundation North (formerly ASB Community Trust).  She is a Member of the Institute of Directors, a Member of the National Maori Lawyers Association and a graduate of the Global Women’s Breakthrough Leaders programme. Precious has a legal policy background, which, coupled with her rich cultural heritage and her artistic practice, allows her to provide a diverse perspective in her role as a professional director to the many boards she is honoured to serve. Precious’ mission in life is to share Maori culture globally so that it may shape and inform a modern world. She considers that her involvement in and passion for Maori development, and support of Maori women into leadership roles breathes life into this vision. Her most challenging and rewarding role is as a mother to her daughter Taiaaria.

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