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Simone Boer

GEELONG, Victoria, Australia

Strategist & Coach
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John Powderly

Ilkeston, Derbyshire, United Kingdom (UK)

Mentor, Intermediary and Consultant Facilitator
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Tessa Derusha

Gainesville, Georgia, United States (US)

Student & Writer
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  • vanessa cullen

    Quakers Hill, New South Wales, Australia

    Vanessa’s inspiring story is one of vision, determination, integrity, hard work and overcoming severe adversity, personal responsibility, discipline, growth, emotional intelligence, balance, compassion and giving. Her successes as an award winning social entrepreneur, brand and built environment strategist and ultra-endurance athlete have privileged her with the credentials and flexibility to now support others. She offers strategic, workplace, management, life and health/wellness mentoring to anyone in governance, business, leadership or influence. Her mentees are those looking to improve their organisational and/or personal performance and well-being in an agile, forward thinking, ethical and sustainable fashion. She brings to them an open mind, listening ear, extensive academic, professional and lived experience (including of trauma) and a willingness to both encourage and challenge. Vanessa is known as a straight talker and is often engaged as a board advisor, conference speaker and tertiary education guest lecturer.

    For over 16 years Vanessa has been the Managing Director of Forward Thinking Design (www.forwardthinkingdesign.com.au); a Certified B Corp social enterprise, which she founded.

    Forward Thinking Design is one of the most awarded brand strategy, stakeholder experience, fitout design & project management studios in Australia. The firm consults to leadership across restaurants and hospitality, retail, services, workplace, health/fitness, sporting club and community venues. It specifically exists to support fellow organisations with social, ethical and environmental impact values at their core and the business’ profits are retained to finance the provision of pro bono and reduced fee services to charities and social enterprise.

    She is the Diversity and Inclusion Chairperson of BLocal Sydney, Australia (B Corporation business community) and an activist for equality, environmental sustainability and improved ethics in business and society. As a sufferer and survivor of serious illness she is an Ambassador for Polycystic Kidney Disease Australia, Member of the AKTN Scientific Committee and Co-Chair of the NSW BEAT-CKD Consumer Advisory Board.

    Previously she was the Junior Vice President of the NSW Division of the Australian Shop & Office Fitting Association (ASOFIA), a committee on which she served for many years. She holds a Bachelor of Design (Hons) – UNSW, a Postgraduate Diploma in Museum Studies – Deakin and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Directors Company Directors Course.

    Vanessa holds a Fastest Known Time ultra trail running record and previously represented Australia in triathlon. She has been profiled in several books, national print media, on radio, TV and podcasts. She is a strong promoter of individual and collective empowerment, responsibility, achievement and well-being.

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  • Antonio Fonduca

    Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

    Venture Diplomat

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  • Simone Boer

    GEELONG, Victoria, Australia

    Hello! With me in your corner, you will get full support to transition careers, gain leadership skills or unblock any barriers. I offer a fresh view to conversations and energise you for your next career journey. I am experienced in all facets of life and will move you to where you want to be,

    I can help you in leadership, change and life choices.

    Talk to me today ūüôā

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  • Lisa New

    Karana Downs, Queensland, Australia
    I work with Technology Leaders and Individual, Group, Organisational and Governance Collaborators to solve global, local and individual problems in an ethical and just manner, with the support of the safe use of Smart AI, in a Web 4.0 Environment.
    The Thinking Web aims to act as an inter-operable Global Knowledge Graph with a secure Blockchain Backend in a Web 4.0 Environment for tempero-spacial-event-interpretation to collaboratively and with a minimisation of miscommunication, bias and prejudice reason about interconnected data and entities and its relationships. 
     
    Collaborators are enabled by a user-friendly Hierarchical Primitive Upper Ontology which is a Formal Language with associated Linguistic, Cognitive and Deep Learning Machine Learning Optimisation Algorithmic capacities, capable of supporting collaborators to optimally integrate, clean, quality assure and enhance Big Data to become quality knowledge to support collective wisdom creation, real-world decision support and application, and continuous improvement of one-stop-shop of inter-connected 'best practice' strategies, standards, protocols, resources, services, models, etc. for optimal problem solutions, as a transparent scientific, ethical and just consensus development process for accelerated innovation in a constructive process for the achievement of human rights and planetary sustainability. 
     
     
    In this approach collaborators are able to be rewarded and invested in in a fair and transparent manner for their input, as individuals, groups and institutions, scaled towards a majority consensus about 'good' skills, expertise, innovations, services, products, etc. The interconnected wisdom of the Platform with dynamic streaming and Safe AI use is expected to attract fees for licences, applications and services for local tailored utilisation to outsource high cost ineffective and inefficient internal communication, financial, research and development, organisational risk and resource management and marketing management systems for integration with state of the art AI decision support technology and access to tailored Global Wisdom. 
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  • John Powderly

    Ilkeston, Derbyshire, United Kingdom (UK)

    As a Consultant Facilitator and Researcher for over 30 years, I have conducted lots of research and led many meetings, study groups and strategy workshops for leaders, project teams and private individuals. A diverse range of clients has included Action Homeless, the generals of the US Marine Corps, senior managers from Unilever, a group of individuals suffering from cancer, HM Prison Service and the trustees of a disaster relief charity.

    Drawing on this experience, I could help you to run better meetings, to facilitate difficult conversations and to improve working relationships with colleagues or strategic partners. I specialise in helping you to rewrite plans, contemplate recurring issues and develop innovative projects.

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  • Johan Candra

    DKI Jakarta, Jakarta Raya, Indonesia
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  • Yogita Harishchandra

    Waitakere, New Zealand

    As a mentor I like to build on your strengths and work on your weak areas. It’s all about the mentee and their needs, confidence and assistance as required.

     

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  • Suhail Iqbal

    Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan

    I am an active listener who can understand your problems and queries and provide you with necessary encouragement, advice and creative solutions. You will feel at home with me and we will develop a long term relationship to cherish.

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  • Harvey Purse

    Hurstville, New South Wales, Australia

    I am an advocate/campaigner/organiser/project leader/networker with experience in the public sector, private sector, trade union and non-government sector.

    My passion is improving the treatment of workers and communities particularly where corporations operate in developing countries. Providing advice to improve and analyse supply chains and identifying opportunities within local communities.

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  • Tessa Derusha

    Gainesville, Georgia, United States (US)
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  • Terry Kleemann

    Perth, Western Australia, Australia

    A distinctly practised and qualified senior manager who has achieved demonstrable improved performance results in local council initiatives, private sector business, NFP and community-based projects over the past 30 years I am accomplished within large and complex organisations as well as being able to adapt my scope to constructively contribute to smaller teams.
    With experience being gained from project management, enhanced product and service delivery, and the full suite of treasury management practices mean’s I bring to an organisation my well rounded financial, operational and marketing talents.
    Those accomplishments are the result of continuous personal development and applying a leadership style and management practices necessary to build emotional intelligence, trust and confidence and collaborative relationships.

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  • Daryl Fleming

    Johns Creek, GA, Georgia, United States (US)

    I had a major role on many of the first in the development and application of electronic toll collection (especially all-electronic tolling РAET).  I have also been part of the management team as a vendor, consultant, and owner.  I, therefore, likely seen the gamut of major management challenges in this arena and would like to pass on some of this knowledge to others in the industry.

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  • Coach Carly

    Two Rocks, Western Australia, Australia

    I love to mentor others along their own journey of change and trauma, as well as in running a business. I believe a business only thrives to the extent that you do, and in order to thrive we need to release what’s holding us back on a mental, emotional, physical and spiritual level. I can help you to do that so you can thrive.

     

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