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Australia, New Zealand

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Sydney

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New South Wales

Bio

James O'Loghlin is one of Australia's most respected, entertaining and experienced corporate speakers, master facilitator, corporate comedians and media personalities, best known as the host of over 300 episodes of "The New inventors" on ABC-TV, and for his witty and entertaining programs on ABC Local Radio.

He has been delighting corporate audiences with his unique brand of corporate comedy for over a decade and is equally at home giving keynote speeches on innovation, acting as MC for awards nights and conferences and facilitating panel discussions.

From criminal lawyer, to comedian to media personality and presenter James has a wealth of experience. It was his role as the host of the New Inventors that fuelled James' interest in innovation, a subject upon which he now regularly gives keynote speeches. He explores practical things we can all do every day to become more innovative, and about the ways in which companies can create a culture that encourages innovation. After many years of work in Australia he is a favourite with Australian audiences and event planners, James is a true industry professional with hundreds of successful live events to his credit.

In his keynote, Innovation is a State of Mind, James O’Loghlin identifies the 3 building blocks of innovation; in this dynamic follow up workshop, participants apply those principles to create and grow their own ideas to improve their business. The 1 hour to half-day workshop will get delegates identifying opportunities, solving problem and thinking on their feet as they are challenged to unleash their creativity and think up and grow new ideas to make their business better. The workshop will arm delegates with the tools to impart real change within their organisations for years to come.

Takeaways from the session include:

  1. A large number of new, practical ideas that the business can implement.
  2. The growth of a new culture of innovation and collaboration.
  3. Each participant will have a new found belief in his or her ability to think up ways of doing things better, and know how to grow and use their ideas.
  4. Each participant will leave armed with a process that they can use every day to become more innovative.
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