Daniel Silke is a Political Analyst, Author and Keynote Speaker specializing in South African and International politics. He has a specialist interest in political parties and the political economy and is a renowned Futurist lecturing widely on issues surrounding global change, volatility and the future of the world. He is the Director of the Political Futures Consultancy based in Cape Town and is regarded within South Africa as one of the country’s leading political commentators and most passionate public speakers.
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Simon Walker is a leading authority in the field of leadership and employee engagement and one of the world’s leading experts on ‘Generation Y’.
Simon Walker is a powerful, dynamic and inspirational speaker and an expert in leadership and team dynamics. He draws enthusiastically from his first-hand experiences in sport, adventure and business, having professionally raced yachts around the world twice and led sailing expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic.
Sir Tim Smit KBE was born in Holland on 25 September 1954. He read Archaeology and Anthropology at Durham University. Tim worked for ten years in the music industry as composer/producer in both rock music and opera. In 1987 Tim moved to Cornwall he and John Nelson together ‘discovered’ and then restored the Lost Gardens of Heligan. Tim remains a Director of the gardens to the present day.
Mark Gallagher is a Grand Prix Expert and business and motivational speaker. Mark gives a fascinating insight into topics that range from the importance of teamwork through to the development of environmental technologies and the globalisation of sport. With a relaxed, humorous and anecdotal style Mark has spoken to hundreds of clients in the last ten years, ranging from major conferences to after dinner engagements.
John P. Kotter is internationally known and widely regarded as the foremost speaker on the topics of Leadership and Change. His is the premier voice on how the best organizations actually achieve successful transformations. When John Kotter speaks to an audience he speaks with one and only one goal: to motivate action that gets better results.