- Glenn Williams, CEO, LCP Global Pty Ltd
LCP Global is headquartered in Sydney, Australia,
with a vision to see “a world well led.”
Focused on the research and development of proven leadership solutions, LCP Global empowers leaders to harness the power of alignment with 5 Leadership Anchors™ so that they might have the capacity to achieve a more sustainable model of successful leadership and performance.
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Glenn is the founder and CEO of LCP Global Pty Ltd, a leading strategic management consulting firm that was started in the U.S. in 2010. With more than 25 years working as a psychologist, executive, and board member in more than 40 countries, he is passionate about changing the way leaders think and behave, to improve their effectiveness and organizational sustainability.
LCP Global works with business leaders, executive coaches, HR professionals, consultants, and leadership development professionals to give them the tools they need to help organizations achieve their objectives. Its leadership solutions are backed by rigorous research, and include the unique, results-oriented Leadership Capacity Program™.
LCP Global supports leaders in the commercial, public, and social sectors, helping them to transform their professional and personal lives by aligning their decisions around 5 Leadership Anchors™. This leads to better relationships and stronger teams, better decisions around strategy and operational execution, and better outcomes within 90 days. Glenn and his team have worked with executives, leaders, and business owners across varied industries including aged care, banking and finance, construction, defense, health, insurance, media, and pharmaceuticals.
In his early career, Glenn was a regional sales representative with the multinational company NSK Bearings. He also launched Pro-Fam Australia, which focused on building strong families and communities and grew into Asia, North America, Europe, South Africa, and the Middle East.
From 2004 to 2010, Glenn held senior roles with a global U.S.-based NGO with offices in 18 countries and that provided educational products in 150 countries. He served as Group Vice President, Senior Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer for Global Operations, responsible for a budget of US$110 million. In these roles, Glenn was responsible for global strategy, marketing, a national call centre, human resources, learning and development, corporate systems, and product development. He was especially focused on building leadership and organizational capacity, which included overseeing a global change management strategy, the rollout of a new global brand, and implementing a new global governance and partnership model. Glenn also launched a medical relief partnership in China and held a range of board positions in Canada, Europe, and Southeast Asia.
In 2013, Glenn completed a doctorate through George Fox University in the U.S., focusing on the relationship between leadership character and performance. This expanded his understanding of how organizational culture, leadership identity, and wellbeing affect decision making and performance.
He recently concluded a three-year term as Faculty Advisor for the Global Leadership doctoral program for George Fox University. He also facilitates executive roundtables for Halftime Australia, helping leaders align their successes, influence, and opportunities to build a legacy of significance.
Glenn is married to Natalie and has three teenage children, which creates its own challenging situations!
John Sikkema is an accomplished business leader, speaker, philanthropist, and author of Enriched: Re- Defining Wealth.
John is the Chairman of Halftime Australia (which is affiliated with Halftime USA, based in Dallas, Texas) a values-based executive coaching organization addressing the growing hunger and need amongst business leaders and owners to pursue more than success.
At 49, as CEO and largest shareholder of the financial planning group Garrisons (now called Genesys) and Funds Management company, Synergy Capital Management, John successfully sold the business to a top 100 listed company, Challenger. He had transformed the small company he started in Tasmania into a successful franchise business with 65 offices across Australia. Yet, it was his personal transformation that remains his most satisfying and rewarding achievement.
John is passionate about inspiring and empowering business leaders to discover their life purpose and make the 2nd Half of their lives better than the 1st Half by turning their business and life into a living and lasting legacy. As a Halftimer, John still keeps a hand in the business scene, through his property development companies and sitting on various boards, including a director of Empart (formally Compassion for India). He regularly takes business on leadership training and mentoring trips to North India, which is a truly grounding and life-changing experience. John wrote ‘Enriched: Re-Defining Wealth’, largely in response to frequent requests from seminar participants to share more of his story and journey.
John and his wife Sue live in Melbourne, Australia and have four adult children.
Nelson is a seasoned leadership and talent development professional with a proven track record of over 25 years in diverse industries/academia, spanning markets in developed and developing economies. Highly driven by vision and passion that reflects his perseverance and resilience to continually improve and make a difference. He is an innate learner and developer with a strong desire in unlocking people potential and leave a legacy.
Nelson’s expertise and results speak for themselves. During his recent stint at Emirates NBD Bank (UAE), Nelson led the leadership and management development function and embedded world class leadership development framework and programs to develop leaders at all levels. He designed and implemented award winning, high impact blended learning solutions, creating lasting value and proven return on investment. His work has resulted in creating a coaching culture and a leadership pipeline of over 800 leaders across the organization.
Nelson has championed medium to large scale organizational development interventions across geographies and business units, resulting in a delta of 20-30% in less than 2 years.
Nelson is a certified trainer and has facilitated over 10,000 hours of training at all levels while working with Emirates NBD Bank (UAE), Vidya Australia, Morgan & Banks (Sydney), and the Aditya Birla Group in India.
Nelson’s passion for teaching has constantly driven him to teach as adjunct faculty at premier universities and management institutes across geographies. He is currently involved in teaching and guiding postgraduate students at Sydney Graduate School of Management.
Nelson is a postgraduate in Human Resources and has a Doctorate in Social Sciences from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. He is a trained coach (LCP, Gallup, CTI) and a certified assessor in various psychometrics including PI, Hogan and MBTI®. He is also a certified professional in learning and performance from ATD, USA.
Nelson has built strong relationships with key global premier executive education providers and professional forums in co-creating evidence-based, high-impact leadership programs.
Dieter is an Executive Coach and business performance facilitator with over 30 years’ experience, specialising in leadership and organisational development in both South Africa and Australia. His passion and dedication for learning and development motivates the individual and the organisation to be more results and solutions-focused and committed to continuous improvement. Dieter’s facilitation style challenges the personal comfort zone.
Dieter’s experience was consolidated with his work with BMW South Africa both in Leadership Development and Manufacturing Management. In Australia, Dieter created and facilitated a variety of leadership programs and RTO accredited Business Performance courses including the Diploma of Management with TP3 / Pollak Learning Alliance, Deakin University and the Australian Institute of Management (AIM).
He has coached senior executives and leaders in a range of roles across a broad scale of government, not-for-profit and private organisations including, education, defence, health care, aged care, manufacturing, advertising, medical practices and mining.
As an accredited Coach with Growth Coaching International and LCP Global, he has coached and trained Executives and Senior Leaders in both private and government sectors including Financial Institutions, FACS, Defence, Mining, Health Care, Manufacturing, and Aged Care. Dieter’s most recent project included the design, development and delivery of a leadership-coaching program for Cardiologists and Radiation Oncologists from an international health care provider.
As a certified LCP executive coach and leadership consultant, Sally works across industry sectors with CEOs, executive leaders and middle managers in both the For-Profit and NFP sectors.
She has a Master of Applied Finance and an AICD graduate, sits on the Board of Anglicare Northern Territory and has been a member of HammondCare’sAssociation since 1991.
During her 23 years at HammondCare, Sally was instrumental in building and equipping the organisation to embrace the continual change inherent in rapid growth in the health and aged care sectors. Her experience extends to support services as well as frontline operations, having spent six years at Hammond in the roles of Chief Operating Officer and General Manager Corporate Services, with responsibility for L&D, HR, Workers Comp, WHS, Injury Management, Corporate Systems, Pastoral Care, Communications, Fundraising, Corporate Office management, Maintenance and New Services Development.
As a member of HammondCare’s executive for more than 20 years (including 7 years as Deputy CEO and Acting CEO on occasions), the organisation averaged a compound growth rate of 20% per annum, Sally achieved consistently strong operational outcomes as the organisation grew from $7m turnover in 1992 to $200m in 2015. During this time, she was part of the leadership, development and implementation of innovative services in aged care, dementia care and palliative care. She co-led with Professor Rod MacLeod, the design and introduction in 2013 of the innovative Palliative Care Home Support Program and the Palliative Care Bridge – game changers providing choice to people wishing to die at home across NSW, lifting home death rates of participants from 16% to 79%. Her final role at HammondCare from 2012 to 2015 was as General Manager for Home Care Services, including responsibility for 800 staff and a $55m budget, and building a sustainable, scalable home care service platform to differentiate services and embrace market opportunities. She achieved 47% revenue growth ($34m to $50m), and the Home Care Team consistently achieved the highest results in the annual organisational culture survey.
In 2016, Sally was engaged by Anglicare Sydney for 18-months to oversee the merger of Anglicare Sydney and Anglican Retirement Villages’ home care services. This involved re-engineering pricing, service, technology and staffing models in the lead up to market deregulation in February 2017. During this period, Sally was a member of Anglicare Sydney’s Executive Team and part of the overall Merger Team. Prior to working in the NFP sector, Sally worked in Banking and Finance in corporate banking and treasury risk management roles, bringing commercial acumen to her many roles.