Steven is a seasoned Board adviser, with a great depth of experience and skill facilitating Board reviews and strategic planning process. He has held numerous senior executive, CEO and Board positions with some of the USA and Australia’s most prestigious organizations, as well as authoring and co-authoring over 14 books on governance, strategy, risk and executive leadership.
Acknowledged as a pioneer in the field of strategic awareness, Steven has built a reputation around the world as an adviser who empowers his clients by offering multiple perspectives on any given challenge.
Pragmatic Futurist, author and speaker, Chutisa Bowman is best-known for her work in strategic awareness, prosperity consciousness and conscious leadership.
She draws on her background as a senior executive in listed companies, entrepreneur, executive adviser, media contributor, author and keynote speaker. Chutisa has devoted her career to inspiring people to challenge today’s certainties and consciously create a future of their choosing.
Anna is the Office Manager at Conscious Governance, with applied skills across the finance and communications spectrum. Described as friendly and efficient, Anna takes an organized approach to co-ordinating a range of activities including accounts, marketing and customer relations. Anna is passionate about helping others and is inspired by the communicative power of digital media. She enjoys finding new ways to contribute to the success of the team.
For the past 15 years, Jodie has been facilitating Boards and CEOs of Not for Profit organizations to be strategic in their thinking and execution in order to act on their organizational vision, in a vastly changing world. Jodie is a seasoned strategic planning consultant, drawing from a background in executive management and leadership.
Pat brings a focus on the regional community perspective to our strategic conversations and facilitation of strategic planning. He has a background in Senior Management in the Northern Territory and Victorian governments and has held senior positions in a variety of community changing organizations.
Pat is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and maintains a strong focus on empowering and strengthening the capacity of all communities by fostering strategic awareness and successful strategic planning.
Monica combines technical knowledge from her 10-year stint as an I.T. architect and systems integrator with governance, risk management and advisory services. Monica is currently running a Cyber Suite of courses for Directors and Officers as the Principal at Advisory Boards Group International. She is also the managing director at Espace Publishing, and a specialist advisor for Therapeutic Goods Authority (TGA)
Monica has decades of directorship experience, and is currently a director with: Australian Pharmacy Council (APC), Medical Software Industry Association (MSIA), Sydney City Institute (SCI), Foundation for Australian Agricultural Women (FAAW), Espace P/L and Advisory Boards Group International.
For more than three decades, Brendan has been a passionate and inspired contributor to nonprofits in Australia. His substantial experience includes roles as Senior Executive, CEO, Director and Board Chair of a number of highly successful and strategically focussed organizations. He has worked in community and social enterprises, as well State and Local Governments. He has also spent close to a decade in private sector consulting roles in nonprofit and healthcare strategy, and including ICT. Brendan has a passion for transforming organizations to better support the people and communities they serve. He also has interest and experience in helping organisations to identify and seize opportunities for alliances, partnerships and when appropriate, mergers. He has direct experience in mergers that led to creation of a national alliance of disability support providers. The alliance and members now deliver supports of close to $1b AUD, Australia wide.
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