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Prominent New Zealand and international business leaders and executive coaches are among speakers at the first ever leadership summit to be held in Australasia by the International Coaching Community (ICC).
The summit, which is being hosted by the Auckland and Sydney-based executive development and coach training company ilume International, is being held in Sydney from October 26-27.
Speakers include New York-based Kiwi, Derek Handley, founder and chairman of The Hyperfactory; Andrew Hamilton, CEO of The Icehouse; Martin O’Halloran, chairman and CEO of DDB Australia and New Zealand; Bruce Hassall, CEO of PwC New Zealand; and Kerri Mather, CEO of Sydney Airport Corporation.
They are joined by the UK-based founder of the ICC, international executive coach and keynote speaker Joseph O’Connor; Andrea Lages, master trainer, executive coach and author; Otto Laske, CEO and director of education of the InterDevelopMental Institute; and Frank Bresser, leadership expert, and leading business consultant and author.
O’Connor is also holding leadership thinking workshop on October 25.
The summit is targeted to CEOs, high level executives, upper and middle management, and active and aspiring executive coaches.
Ilume director Angela Neighbours says the summit is interactive, and designed to provide strategies and tools for delegates to become more effective and inspiring leaders.
“This is the first opportunity offered by the ICC in Australasia for executives to tap in to the expertise of some of the world’s foremost experts on business leadership,” she says. “In our current climate this will help our leaders to discover how to create more successful and effective teams, workforces and businesses.”
Ilume, which this year is sponsoring the best growth strategy award at the Deloitte/Management magazine Top 200 awards, is the only accredited ICC coach trainer in Australasia.
For more information about the summit or to register go to:
www.iccleadershipsummit.com or phone ilume International 09-377 3262. M

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