Exclusive Leader's Event"From Success to significance"
“If there is one presentation you get to hear this year, go and see Cameron.
Your business will thank you. The ways in which he unpacked purpose, culture, identity and trust are mindblowing.”
Learnings from a fully-lived leadership experience
Built on my leadership mantra:
“Never forget how hard it is!”
“What business can really learn from high-performance team sport.”
This is an invitation-only event, exclusive for current CEOs, senior leaders and equivalents hosted by Cameron Schwab.
It is held at Work Club, a wonderful space in the CBD, and there is no charge, as we respect and understand the value of your time.
We restrict the numbers to twelve at each event as we believe this number work best in terms of establishing
Cameron is a CEO, leadership coach and strategist.
Cameron works with CEOs and emerging leaders to achieve high levels of trust – personally, culturally, strategically and organisationally – as the basis of high performance.
After cutting his teeth as a recruiter at the Melbourne Football Club when the Demons made the finals for the first time in 23 years, Cameron was appointed CEO of the famous Richmond Football Club at age 24, the youngest in the history of the game.
For most of the next 25 years, he was CEO of Richmond, Melbourne and Fremantle, when those clubs were at their lowest ebb, both on and off the field.
He is the second longest serving CEO in the modern game. Having taken on some of the sport’s most difficult and daunting challenges, Cameron established a track record of building teams and organisations, unifying groups while navigating periods of genuine adversity and complexity. He is a legacy-focused leader who has bounced back from setbacks, taking on the sport’s most challenging leadership roles.
Cameron holds an MBA and Master of Marketing from the Melbourne Business School. He has also completed the Advanced Management Program (AMP) at the Harvard Business School and is a Vincent Fairfax Fellow of the Centre
His articles on sport and leadership have been published in The Age newspaper.
Cameron is also an artist and illustrator, studying Fine Art at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA).
Focus of the Event
At age 24, I was appointed CEO of the famous Richmond Football Club, the youngest CEO in the 160-year history of the AFL.
As a CEO in this environment, expectations of the role move faster than your capacity to build capability – always stretched, forever tested and never comfortable.
Learning is a constant.
I would spend the next 25 years as a CEO of three AFL clubs, the second longest serving CEO in the modern game, appointed when the clubs were in varying states of disrepair, learning what it meant to be leadership.
I now seek to share these learnings with CEOs, always with the empathy of someone who knows just how tough the job is.
In facilitating this event, my goal is much more than an ‘engaged’ experience. My hope is that you will be reaching for your pens, writing down quotes and messages, taking photos of the slides and models that are presented, and immediately seek ways to introduce the learnings to your organisations.
Our time together will be rewarding, valuable and motivating.
My role as Principal of Caulfield Grammar School affords me the privilege of observing many outstanding leaders and speakers from a number of sectors. Cameron sits right in the top echelon
I value authenticity and humility above all other leadership attributes and Cameron exudes both. He develops trust in his session quickly and shares raw and vulnerable stories of his own journey.
The human side of Cameron is there for all to see. The care and attention to detail in all elements of the day showed me that he genuinely cares for his participants.
When you invest your time, you want tangible learnings to use in your own context and the session delivers this in spades.
Cameron, you are an incredibly powerful storyteller, and it helps to have great real life characters too!
I found myself hanging off every word.
It inspired me to be a better storyteller, but that said, there was always a link back to leadership which was very engaging and clever.
As a sport lover I resonated with your approach to leadership.
I think the greatest compliment of the day I could provide it that I felt really challenged.
Challenged to think more clearly about who I am, my values and to think about how I lead now and how I want to lead in the future.
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