Keystone Management Services
Steve Simpson has been invited to speak at conferences around the world for his insights into how to achieve dramatic performance improvement from transformed workplace cultures.
Steve’s insights are not based on theory. In addition to his conference presentations, he has worked in-house with organisations on different continents over extended periods of time.
Steve is the author of two books including ‘UGRs: Cracking the Corporate Culture Code’. He is the co-author to a further three books, the latest being ‘A Culture Turned’. He has a master’s degree from the University of Alberta, and was invited to undertake an Australian city lecture tour to co-present with Harvard University Professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter.
| Rachel Audige |
Brand Expansion & Inventive Thinking
Rachel Audigé is a sought after innovation facilitator and speaker and a certified Systematic Inventive Thinking (S.I.T.) coach with years of experience in driving innovation internationally.
Her sweet spot is giving smart people a robust and efficient way of attaining more simple & viable results on demand - using what they have.
Rachel has published two white papers and is the author of the upcoming book ‘Shadowboarding’ on how to make sense of the innovation methods and know when a tool is sharp and blunt and for what purpose.
She mentors on CSIRO’s OnPrime program and lectures in the Bachelor of Creative Intelligence and Innovation Course at UTS.
|Dr Neryl East |
Neryl East Communication
Dr Neryl East is a communication and credibility expert who shows leaders and teams how to stand out, accelerate success and avoid costly reputation mistakes.
Neryl has been a professional communicator for more than three decades, including a career in television and radio and a stint as an Olympic announcer. She has also spent many years managing high-profile issues in the public and private sectors, and training executives and entrepreneurs on written and spoken communication.
Neryl has a PhD in Journalism, is a Certified Speaking Professional and is an Amazon best-selling author on media and reputation.
|Sally Foley-Lewis |
People & Productivity
Named as one of the 25 LinkedIn Top Voices for Australia for 2018, Sally positively impact results, leadership and team performance. Obsessed with productivity and self-leadership, she’s presented to, coached, mentored and worked with 10,000+ managers and leaders from medium sized to global organisations in Germany, UAE, Asia and Australia. She brings a unique blend of experience, extensive qualifications plus having lived in Germany, the UAE and outback Australia.
Kim Seeling Smith
Kim Seeling Smith is the CEO of Ignite Global, The Employee Retention Specialists, whose work has been recognized by Richard Branson’s 100% Human at Work Initiative. She has attended 2 of Branson’s invitation-only gatherings (Necker Island and South Africa) and has 3 client case studies published in their latest "Experiments Book”.
Kim has personally conducted over ‘5,000’ exit interviews — making her one of the foremost authorities on what your best and brightest need to stay.
Kim is the author of the 2018 Employee Experience Report and Mind Reading for Managers: 5 FOCUSed Conversations for Greater Employee Engagement and Productivity.
Chief Executive Officer
Gerry Doyle is the Chief Executive Officer for Tonkin Consulting, a South Australian firm with 60 years’ experience providing engineering solutions for local government, state government and private clients. Under Gerry’s leadership, Tonkin Consulting has expanded its geographic reach from four offices to six around Australia. Gerry is a Civil Engineer with broad and practical experience in the design and project management of water supply and wastewater projects in South Australia. A number of these involved the planning, consultation and development of negotiated solutions to successfully meet key stakeholder and business needs in complex and challenging environments.
| James Robertson |
James Robertson is Consult Australia’s policy advisor. James joined the team in July 2018, bringing with him policy experience across a number of sectors. Prior to his current role, James was the policy manager at Consult Australia’s sister association in the United Kingdom (the Association for Consultancy and Engineering). He also has a background in the Australian Public Service and in change management consulting, having previously worked in transport, infrastructure, security and health policy areas.
At Consult Australia, James leads the organisation’s policy and advocacy activities in areas relating to ‘people’ in our sector (including skills, human resources, migration and workforce diversity). He also supports the organisation’s focus on improving infrastructure investment and governance arrangements across Australia.
| Ross Jones |
Vice President Strategic Growth Asia Pacific & Middle East – Buildings & Infrastructure
As Vice President and Executive Director Strategic Growth, Ross is responsible for developing and implementing business strategies to take full advantage of the growth opportunities across Jacobs’ APACME region – a region that is home to some 10,000 Jacobs Buildings & Infrastructure staff. Ross also oversees the strategic targeting, securing and integration of our merger and acquisition opportunities.
Ross’ career spans over 25 years, 19 of those with Jacobs (and its predecessor organisations). Ross’ technical background is as an Environmental Planner/Scientist with extensive experience in environmental impact assessment of major infrastructure and energy projects. Ross has continued his involvement in the technical aspects and governance of major projects and is currently working on the Westconnex New M5-East D&C, Parramatta Light Rail Environmental Impact Statement and the Sydney Metro West project development.
Ross has held a number of general management, operational leadership, client management and project management roles. He is the Jacobs Executive Sponsor, responsible for the implementation of inclusion and diversity initiatives in the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) portfolio and has been one of the key drivers globally in Jacobs’ mental health initiatives.
|Mark Bruzzone |
Managing Director Australia & New Zealand
Mark is an Executive Director of Stantec’s entities throughout South Asia Pacific. In this role Mark has the pleasure of leading over 1100 people across the Mining, Oil & Gas, Transportation and Water sectors. He has extensive experience as both an Executive and Non-Executive Director of Professional Services and Facilities Management organisations and actively undertakes leadership and governance roles in complex infrastructure projects.
Mark has a proven track record of sustainably growing businesses as both executive and non-executive director. He places a focus on the development of strategy, people, organisational culture, internal systems and processes to achieve internal alignment to a market and client driven strategy to produce positive measurable results.
Mark has bachelor and master’s degrees in engineering from the University of New South Wales and hold a Master of Business Administration from the Australian Graduate School of Management. He is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.