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Thursday, October 12 • 15:30 - 16:15
Perseverance Payoff

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Richard Bowles is most famously known for his world-record-holding running projects, covering wilderness mountain trails that span nations upward of 5,500km. He Navigates crocodile-infested rivers, traverses desert war zones, negotiates with lunatics with shotguns and gets showered in rock and ash from exploding jungle volcanos; If you could understand how to overcome such audacious challenges, that could help you achieve anything, right?

The catch is; you need the ability to persist, in high pressure and fast-changing situations that characterises the "new normal" in organisations today.

Richard is far more than a man of running extremes; he educates leaders and their teams to navigate such situations, giving them the tools and strategies to follow through, to execute plans, and ultimately gain results. He partners with some of Australia’s top faculties and works with the brightest psychological experts in the field of "Perseverance".

Well-known for his entertaining and engaging keynote presentations he shares his extreme experience and individual research on how leaders and their teams continue smoothly towards results. You are going to see a new way to realise your potential and achieve results.


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Srinivas Koppolu

CEO & MD, TBSS
He has over 25 years of global experience with reputed ITBPO companies like Steria, Satyam and Wipro. He has handled roles in the areas of business development, sales, corporate strategy and operations for these companies. He has successfully built organizations from inception, grown... Read More →

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Richard Bowles

World-Record-Holding Adventurer | Human Guinea Pig | Strategist, Richard Bowles
Richard Bowles is most famously known for his world-record-holding running projects, covering wilderness mountain trails that span nations upward of 5,500km. He Navigates crocodile-infested rivers, traverses desert war zones, negotiates with lunatics with shotguns and gets showered... Read More →


Thursday October 12, 2017 15:30 - 16:15
Grand Ballroom

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