This inspirational video clip from the Rising Star awards gives you a small insight into how a great leader thinks and engages his audience, as well as to the character of the person. His talk was extremely motivating to all who attended the 2013 Bellarine 2050 Forum 3.
Brendan was the introductory guest speaker at Forum 3 to be held at Suma Park,
Bellarine Highway, Marcus Hill, on Friday 18th October, commencing 9.00am .
After Brendon’s inspirational speech the forum attendees were asked to form into adhoc groups to take part in some workshops that were to be formulated into ongoing programs for the benefit of all who live and work on the Bellarine Peninsula.
These workshops were closely monitored by the “master of ceremonies” to keep to a format of
“How can we create positive outcomes for various areas of critical Food Water & Energy security issues?”
The first video to actively bring some ideas to the fore on “Energy Security” – More soon..
On 18th October, at Suma Park, the Committee for Bellarine will conduct the next and third of its Bellarine 2050 Our Place Our Future forums, commencing 9.00 am
with guest speaker Brendan McCartney / Coach AFL Bulldogs, to be followed by a series of managed workshops, and lunch at 12.30pm with a keynote guest speaker.
The program focus will be on the key elements that define great leadership and in turn a level of confidence, within the community, for the future of The Bellarine, that the unwavering vision and skills of great leadership can provide.
In line with the previous two, this forum will attract those active community members with a genuine interest in the future of The Bellarine, along with an appropriate mix of local, State and Federal Government members and staff.
For further information, the outcomes from the previous two forums are available via the website along with further information of the Forum 3 program as it becomes available.
Suma Park Conference Centre & Homestead. 2135 Bellarine Hwy, Queenscliff VIC 3225, Australia
+61 3 5258 3507 · www.sumapark.com.au