An industry-leading team of facilitators committed to ongoing learning, looking ahead, and sharing powerful tactics that work.
A former television news reporter and Washington D.C. correspondent, Andrea covered major news events for Al Jazeera English, the Pentagon Channel and Thomson Reuters before working on humanitarian aid programs to re-build Iraq and Afghanistan. Andrea then led the communication campaign for the Save Darfur advocacy movement to stop the genocide in Sudan. With an obsession for growing careers, Andrea founded CareerCEO in 2012. She is the author of the newly released book: 'Future Fit: How to Stay Relevant and Competitive in the Future of Work' - a finalist in the Australian Career Book Award 2019, winner of the Australian Business Book of the Year 2019 and finalist in the UK Business Book Awards 2020. The Sydney based writer also delivers keynote speeches about 'the competitive advantage in the future of work' and 'the business of building trust'.
Alicia is the Director for Generational Dynamics at Incorp, where she leads a team that uses behavioural psychometrics to build strong workplace cultures. Alicia was the 2015 Telstra Victorian Young Businesswoman of the Year and a 2014 Australian Institute of Management 30 under 30 National Winner. She is a popular professional speaker on the issues of Integrative Generational and Culture Dynamics in workplaces, sharing the learnings from her team on the realities of rapid organisational change.
Sally is a highly commercial Human Resources specialist who understands that businesses get the best results when the right people are in place. Sally has 20 years experience developing & delivering leadership programs for high potential talent across major financial services groups in the US, Asia & UK, including the Barclays and RBS top 100 leaders. Sally is accredited in delivering the Hogan Assessment Tool, Daniel Goldman's Emotional Intelligence 360 Assessment and Human Synergistics Leadership Styles & Inventory.
Helen McCabe is the Founder and Managing Director of Future Women, a multi-media community for professional women to connect, learn and lead. A widely respected media executive, Helen also launched the Nine Honey lifestyle network following a distinguished career editing The Australian Women’s Weekly. Under her leadership, the magazine became one of the most influential media brands in the country. Helen joined The Weekly after 15 years in newspapers including stints as Deputy Editor of The Sunday Telegraph, Night Editor of The Australian and The Daily Telegraph. She was also News Limited’s correspondent in London. She has presented on Sky News and has been a regular TV & radio commentator.
Bernard Salt is Australia’s leading social commentator, heading up The Demographics Group which provides specialist advice on demographic, consumer and social trends for business. He writes two weekly columns for The Australian newspaper and is an adjunct professor at Curtin University Business School. His body of work is summarised in six best-selling books and he is regularly seen hosting a business television program 'The Next Five Years' on SkyNews Business. He was awarded the Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the 2017 Australia Day honours.