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Brisbane, QLD 4000

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Organisational Impact, Leadership Style and Risk.

Please join us for the launch of our all new Leadership Assessment package. Driven by our highly acclaimed Wave® Personality Questionnaire, these reports are full of insights into Situational Leadership, Leadership Impact, and Leadership Risks. In combination with an aligned 360, they provide the most comprehensive view on impactful leadership to date.

Explore these new reports over breakfast in an interactive session with industry experts and change the way you approach leadership talent.

Announcing our guest, Rebekah Campbell!

Rebekah is founder and CEO of a new education platform, Zambesi.com, which empowers industry experts to create and lead face-to-face workshops. She’s best known as the Co-Founder of Hey You, Australia’s largest technology application for cafes and quick service restaurants. The company processes more than 120,000 paid transactions per week and recently closed a significant investment round led by Westpac.

Rebekah is a serial entrepreneur. At age twenty-two, she founded Scorpio Music, which grew to become one of Australia’s most successful music companies, launching the careers of Matt Corby, George, Evermore, Lisa Mitchell and many more. In 2010, she developed a new model in online ticket promotion which she sold to Future Music two years later.

Rebekah writes extensively on entrepreneurship and innovation. She held a column with The New York Times from 2012 – 2015 and currently writes for The Australian Financial Review. Rebekah is passionate about the future of work and she currently sits on the board of the NSW Government Innovation and Productivity Council.

Seats are limited so be sure to secure your place today!

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