Friday 26 July 2019, ICC Sydney
Come GET involved and Get Global with us! Pop in at any time throughout the day. Doors open from 9:00am in The Gallery, ICC Sydney. At 4:30pm its tools down around the globe! Enjoy drinks and networking to finish off the day. Prizes drawn throughout the day!
9.00am Show opens
9.30am Michelle Bridges
10.30am Morning Tea
11.15am 1st prize draw!
11.30am Felicity Furey
11.50am Janine Garner
12.10pm Curtis McGrath
12.30am Lunch on the show floor
1.30pm 2nd prize draw!
2.20pm Andrew Klein
2.45pm 3rd prize draw!
3.00pm Afternoon tea
4.00pm 4th prize draw!
4.10pm Matt Jones
4.30pm GET Happy Cocktail Function
GET SMART Corner
Building on from last year's Inspiration Corner, Get Global is excited to introduce the Get Smart Corner for 2019.
The Get Smart Corner invites attendees to GET involved and educated with a variety of speakers and presenters who will inspire and motivate.
Get Global is proud to partner with Saxton Speaker Bureau who have provided an exceptional line-up of speakers.
Who Can You Be?
Best-selling author and personal trainer, Michelle Bridges, will draw on the lessons she’s learned over her lifetime; as a business entrepreneur; as a fitness fanatic and as a Mum, Michelle informs, inspires and ignites the audience with her latest keynote. Asking the questions ‘What fuels you?’ and ‘Who can you be?’. Michelle leads her audience to uncover their own life learnings, with her trademark mix of straight talk, humour and support. Proudly presented by Saxton.
Millennial Leaders, how do we lead this generation and how will they lead us?
Millennials make up two thirds of our workforce and this is set to rise to 75% by 2025. This new kind of leadership isn’t based on your title, age, gender, background or experience. It’s all about your attitude and actions, how you think and who you are being. Felicity helps the audience to lead without the title and create the change you want to see. Proudly presented by Saxton.
It's Who You Know - Network for Success
Networking is an essential skill, but why are so many of our connections superficial and transactional? Has the technology that was supposed to connect us, made us more disconnected? Janine will focus on why networking is an essential skill to support personal and professional success and share why your network matters more than ever. Janine will motivate you to take networking out of your ‘too-hard basket’ and identify who is in your network and who is missing. Proudly presented by Saxton.
In 2012, Curtis, a young soldier in the Australian Army stepped on a landmine, tragically losing both his legs in the blast. In a true story of triumph over tragedy, Curtis turned his focus to becoming a Paralympian. Curtis is now one of the fastest sprint canoeists in the world, he has taken out a number of world titles and brought home gold in the 2016 Rio Paralympics. His story is a remarkable testament to the power of self-belief and personal endurance. Proudly presented by Saxton.
Presentation Skills/Pitching for Business
Andrew Klein is one of Australia’s foremost trainers and speakers in the area of presentation skills, pitching for business and general corporate communications. The content of Andrew’s presentation is based on first-hand experience of over 15 years. In Andrew’s other role as a Professional Conference MC, Andrew has been closely observing the world’s best (and worst!) presenters strut their stuff, so his content is practical, cutting edge and full of case studies and real-life examples.
In Craft We Trust
Matt Jones is one of Australia’s leading strategists and storytellers when it comes to the intersections of brand, business, leadership, culture, technology and human behaviour. One of 3 co-founders, and the branding brain behind Four Pillars Gin, the number one selling craft spirit in Australia. Matt will go through the philosophy that he built Four Pillars on and will deliver commercial lessons from the world of craft. Proudly presented by Saxton.