Bruce McKenzie is a change practitioner and academic. He develops systemic thinking principles and practices to assist organisations, governments and communities address their transformational goals to improve productivity, relevance and alignment in a changing world. He is one of the world’s most experienced systemic practitioners. Recognised globally for successfully building organisational capacity to initiate and manage change, through generating innovative, sustainable strategies and developing alternative ways of thinking about challenges and crisis. He is a director of the Center for Systemic Leadership and a pioneer of WindTunneling software and Fulcrum online learning.
Magali Goirand is a consultant, learning facilitator and researcher. She weaves systemics thinking through the enablement programs she leads and develops and facilitates applied systemics learning programs. She has worked with small and large international high-tech organisations in Europe and the U.S. Her background in science, technology and business allows her to navigate these communities with ease. As a learning and development professional, she has an extensive facilitation experience fostering collaborative learning. She is a PhD candidate in health innovation at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia researching the ethics of artificial intelligence applied to healthcare.
Dr Gavriel Schneider
Dr Gav Schneider is the Course Director for ACU’s Graduate Certificate in Psychology of Risk and CEO of Risk2Solution Group. He is an acknowledged subject matter expert on integrated and human centric risk management, safety, emergency, crisis management and security, with extensive senior level management and leadership experience. He has extensive operational and consulting experience in over 17 countries for a wide base of blue-chip clients including government departments and related agencies, multinational corporations and high net worth individuals. Dr Schneider is the RMIA Risk Consultant of the Year 2019 and is an IFSEC Top Twenty Global Influencer for Thought Leadership
Professor Joseph Ciarrochi
Joseph Ciarrochi is a professor at the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education at ACU. He has published over 150 scientific journal articles and is a highly sought after speaker and best-selling author. He has been honoured with over four million dollars in research funding. His work has been discussed on TV, in magazines, newspaper articles, and on radio. Joseph’s research focuses on identifying how to help people develop flexible strength (also termed psychological flexibility). The psychological skills that support flexible strength have been given many labels, including mindfulness, emotional awareness, value clarity, self-compassion, growth mindset, creativity, willpower, resilience, persistence, and grit.
Errol’s first career spanned almost three decades in a broad variety of complex organisational leadership and CEO roles. In his second career, Errol returns to organisations to offer his clients the things he wished for in his roles, plus what he never knew he could have had. For over a decade, Errol and a small cohort of like-minded practitioners and their clients have accumulated deep knowledge on how to implement research into applied psychology for the benefit of senior executives. Errol has developed and directed leadership programs for global clients and leading business schools.