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Paul is the founding director of the Lincoln Institute and is a highly sought-after executive coach, facilitator and keynote presenter with a focus on stimulating organisational team and individual leadership potential. Paul is a graduate of the Australian Defence Force Academy, University of New South Wales, the Royal Military College Duntroon and was awarded the prestigious Sasakawa Leadership Scholarship by the Australian Graduate School of Management’s Executive MBA program. As a former infantry officer Paul has seen international service in five foreign countries, culminating in leading an international military observer unit in one of the words harshest environments. Paul has safely lead teams out of crossfire, negotiated the release of hostages, reopened international borders that had been closed due to hostile acts and provided humanitarian relief to communities suffering oppression. Paul has served as the CEO and Board Chairman of Australia’s fastest growing company (BRW # 1 in their Fast 100) after an approach by the board to ‘lead a substantial change’. Paul’s capacity to lead this change in a highly competitive and complex market (electricity sector) is testimony to his ability to ‘walk the leadership talk’. Paul has over 30 years of leadership experience across all socio-economic and geopolitical boundaries making him highly sought after as an instructor and facilitator to all levels of business.
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A Yorkshire farmer's daughter, Alison qualified from Liverpool University in 1989. She worked in practice for several years before pursuing a career with Hills Pet Nutrition and MARS, discovering the customer experience passion that her award-winning company, Onswitch, is renowned for today. Established in 2001, Onswitch promotes customer-centred practice so pets, horses and livestock receive better care; providing research, marketing, CPD and business consultancy with an effective, innovative, straight-talking and client-led approach. Alison is Honorary Associate Professor at Nottingham University's School of Veterinary Medicine and Science. She is published widely and regularly speaks at key international veterinary congresses and events.
Debbie is one of the most in-demand speakers in New Zealand and Australia and sits in the top 7 per cent of speakers worldwide. A media columnist as well as best-selling author of sixteen books, Debbie has sharpened the acumen of over 1 million individuals around the world through her presentations, quick-tip newsletters, articles, books and videos. You are going to love her entertaining and practical, plain talking technology quick tips. She is known as Ms Productivity not just for her work – Debbie is also a mother of six children including twins and triplets and is also the proud owner of long-haired Chihuahuas Gremlin and Bella.