Founder and CEO of The Impossible Institute
Voted one of the “Top 25 C-Suite Speakers to Watch in 2016”
Developed the term “We-Q” to define the interconnectivity of collaborative intelligence that managers can use to build greater customer loyalty
Anecdotal and humorous presentations on creativity, collaboration, change, and innovation
His mission is to turn Impossible Thinking™ into an epidemic.
Dr. Keith Suter is an economic and social commentator, strategic planner, conference speaker, author and broadcaster.
Dr. Keith Suter has achieved three doctorates. The first of these was about the international law of guerrilla warfare (University of Sydney), and the second about the social and economic consequences of the arms race (Deakin University) and a third doctorate on scenario planning (Sydney University).
Melissa became a Foresight Practitioner and Professional Director after 25 years’ experience as a technology entrepreneur and CEO of a number of Technology companies.
She trained with The Institute for the Future in Palo Alto and also with Clayton Christiansen in his approach to Disruptive Innovation through Harvard.
In 2015, she was honored by Queen Elizabeth with the ‘Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit’ for her services to technology.
Chris Helder is a business communication expert and master story teller whose presentations have radically transformed how thousands of people worldwide communicate with clients, customers, colleagues, staff and teams. He has been a professional speaker for 18 years and has done over 2,450 presentations around the world.
He is the bestselling author of three books including “Useful Belief”, which is one of the highest selling Australian business books of all time.
Like his father, the late Sir Edmund Hillary, who made the first ascent of Mt Everest with his climbing partner Tenzing Norgay in 1953, Peter has summited Everest and forged a new route to the South Pole.
Peter delivers an inspiring message through a selection of extraordinary expeditionary yarns and identifies key attributes that are needed for success. He examines setbacks and failures too and the lessons learned from these. All this, delivered with his trademark dry wit and self-effacing candour.