The guide provides the who’s who of Australian thought leaders – from well-known public icons such as Mike Cannon-Brookes, Dr Norman Swan, Cassandra Goldie, Waleed Aly, Sally McManus, Rosie Batty and Mark Bouris to people better known to their immediate industries and communities. These include people such as Jess Hill, Avril Henry, Anna Brown, Danny Vadasz, Prof Charlie Corke, Adam Ferrier, Dr Catriona Wallace, Dr Amantha Imber and Dr Jenny Brockis.
The guide not only provides readers with an insight into who the key players are but gives would-be thought leaders ideas about how they can leverage their status as an authority and thought leader.
While some thought leaders simply want to be recognised for their knowledge and expertise, others choose to use their elevated position to coerce and persuade, challenge industry norms, move things in a new direction, implement real progress and widespread innovation, call out poor behaviour, raise awareness, advocate on behalf of their communities or weigh in on key social and political debates.
Learn about the contributions of our key players and communications channels they use to take their thinking and big ideas to the world.
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