Description: In this session you will learn the attributes of great leadership and how to apply them to your teams. Linking to this you will gain an understanding of the how to achieve a culture of success within your organization and how it will deliver more successful outcomes. You will also learn how to transition your teams to high performance teams, sustain that transition and how this enhances greater success. An important aspect to achieving your goals and vision is to have focused and motivated individuals who have a real buy in to as to what their role is in achieving the agreed outcomes. The presentation will outline how to achieve and deliver this. In essence you will learn how to better focus on your people to achieve greater outcomes.
Time and Date: 8:45-9:45, Tuesday 18 February 2014
Graeme Joy is one of the most focused, effective and highly ranked motivational speakers in Australasia. He is perhaps best known as joint leader and navigator of the International North Pole Expedition where he became the first and only Australian to ski to the North Pole.
He subsequently ski-sailed alone to the Magnetic North Pole becoming, once again, the first and only Australian to do so. He has also led expeditions to Mount McKinley in Alaska, Mount Vinson in Antarctica, Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, across the Australian desert, and kayaking in Greenland and Bass Strait.
In his lectures, seminars and training programs Graeme draws striking parallels between success in expeditions and success in business. Few people are better placed to articulate the importance of leadership styles, effective decision-making, winning performance and highly motivated teams.