Friday 5 July Luncheon

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Guest Speaker:    Simon Madden | Simon Madden Consulting

Topic:  The 2 Commandments of Organisational Success

Simon has a unique outlook on what it takes to be successful. With an initial career in education, he still managed to fit in 19 years of Australian Rules Football at the highest level after making his debut at just 16 years of age.  His football career was further acknowledged when he had the dual honour of being inducted into Essendon’s Hall of Fame and the AFL Hall of Fame.

While he has never been far away from football, he is currently Director of the Essendon Football Club, he has continued his professional skills in business, media, and high-performance people development.

Simon has a wealth of business experience in marketing, media and information technology and consults to organisations on ‘Sustainable High Performance’ – How to ‘GET GOOD and STAY GOOD’.

Driven by his underlying belief that if you improve your people you improve your business, Simon is an engaging and entertaining speaker. Swapping between his ‘two hats’ – his ‘serious hat’ and his ‘funny hat’ Simon has audiences changing their views on what it takes to be successful. Combine this with a passion for improving people and you have a powerful presentation.

Date:           Friday 5 July 2019

Venue:        The Kelvin Club, 14–30 Melbourne Place

                     (East-side of Russell Street between Little Collins & Bourke)

Time:          12:30 pm for 12:40 pm

RSVP:         COB Wednesday 3 July 2019

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT DETAILS: MEMBERS: $50 GUESTS: $65

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  •      Dress code is business casual, no denim.
  •      Please advise of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.
  •      Due to catering requirements, payment will be required despite non-attendance or cancellation after the RSVP date.
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