Executive Coaching

Inspire your team to challenge the status quo, embrace a mindset of innovation and succeed in an era of disruption.

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ABOUT COACHING

Top-down buy-in and support is critical to corporate innovation. While senior executives of large organisations have been trained to lead and manage existing organisations that are delivering on existing, repeatable models, they have often not been trained to discover new business models. It is imperative that senior management understand the nuances of corporate innovation if they are to truly and effectively support an innovation program.

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SPEAKER Overview

Steve Glaveski

As CEO and Co-Founder of Collective Campus and Lemonade Stand, Steve Glaveski has directly worked with the likes of MetLife Insurance, Australian Unity, Sportsbet, King & Wood Malleson and Mills Oakley with their innovation initiatives and has spearheaded the
growth of CC since its inception.

As such, he has become a sought after keynote speaker on corporate innovation and entrepreneurship, having graced the stage at CPA Congress across Australia in 2016 in addition to IBM Symposium, PauseFest, HRX, Telstra, ANZ, NAB, Bupa, CarSales, Downer Group, Australia Post, CapGemini and VicRoads. He was recently invited to mentor startups at the world famous SXSW festival in Austin, Texas.

Steve wrote the Innovation Manager's Handbook vol 1 and 2 (available on Amazon) and is a prolific blogger, having contributed to publications such as Wired, Venture Beat, CMO, B&T, Tech in Asia, Innovation Excellence and In The Black. When not putting pen to paper, Steve hosts Future², an iTunes chart topping podcast on corporate innovation and entrepreneurship which has seen him interview thought leaders such as Steve Blank, Ash Maurya, Alec Ross and Karen Dillon.

Frances Goh

Frances Goh is an corporate innovation coach and customer champion. Her career spans the private and not-for-profit sectors in finance, business operations, marketing research, project management and business model development. She is passionate about empowering organisations to achieve innovation excellence, whether it’s through keynotes, facilitating workshops or guiding clients through the innovation journey.

Frances is a trusted advisor to her clients’ and is passionate about developing their innovation education, culture and transformation. She brings experience across a broad number of sectors including telecommunications, FMCG, education, energy, logistics and real estate. What excites her is using innovation based methodologies that generate actionable strategies for organisations. She is most fulfilled when these strategies inform commercial decision-making and new growth opportunities.

Shay Namdarian

Shay Namdarian is GM of Customer Strategy at Collective Campus. Shay has launched his own successful startups, is a regular facilitator/speaker and has provided advice to large Australian and global organisations. His passion lies in customer experience, design thinking and corporate innovation.

Shay has gained extensive experience across consulting firms including Ernst & Young, Accenture and Capgemini. He has worked on numerous projects within financial services, most notably at National Australia Bank  (NAB) and Westpac.

During his time in the corporate world, Shay got the start-up itch and launched his own fashion label Barnaby in 2013. Barnaby socks has since been stocked in stores across Australia and the brand has had placements in key publications including GQ and The Daily Telegraph.

COACHING TOPICS?

Below are some topics that our clients have enjoyed. Find inspiration with these or come up with your own. We will work with you
to deliver a tailored keynote for your organisation or team.

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