Agile Coach and Trainer
Edwin is an experienced business leader and consultant who has been involved in agile since 2002. He mainly works with leader, executives and boards who are looking to apply agile thinking strategically to their businesses.
He has spent over 16 years helping organisations improve how they prioritise, collaborate and deliver customer value. This, coupled with the accountability of running various businesses, has enabled him to deeply understand what organisations need to do modernise and thrive in the age of disruption.
He is a founder and partner in Radically – a management consultancy specialising in helping leaders modernise their organisations to achieve radically improved business outcomes.
Facilitator and Trainer
Rhys Watson is a certified PMP and expert trainer. Participants enjoy his delivery style, engagement and keep it simple approach – consistently rated as an exceptional facilitator and actively sought after to deliver that quality experience required for effective learning.
Rhys has been sought after by utilities, government agencies, Not For Profits and private businesses bodies including NorthPower, Ministry of Education, Financial Markets Authority, Fonterra, Ngati Hine and Tainui – who actively re-engage him on a regular basis.
Dan has a passion for helping people realize their potential. For the past three years, he has been helping senior leadership teams across New Zealand's most respected brands in creating high performing cultures through adopting an agile mindset.
With a blend of enterprise and grass-roots agile experience, Dan brings a pragmatic senior leadership lens to his clients' who want embark of a transformative journey personally, as well as organizationally. Dan's career has seen him so far work with and advising leaders on organizational agility across Telecommunications, Financial Services, FMCG, Media and Broadcasting, Postal, Government and Manufacturing industries.
Prior to forming radically, Dan was General Manager at Assurity, and responsible for leading a team of 50 consulting staff in the Auckland region. He successfully grew the Auckland Branch, doubling it's headcount within the year and also brought innovative practices that challenged traditional consulting models. Today Dan is an active member of the community, helping to connect leaders of organizations who have similar challenges, with the aim of exponentially increasing the positive impact that organizations have in New Zealand.
Educator and Trainer
Dr. Rich Allen
Dr. Rich Allen is a highly regarded educator and master trainer, with a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology. His cognitive learning theory research, which provided understanding on how the brain receives, processes, stores, and recalls information, forms the basis for his radical approach to teaching, presenting and facilitating.
In 25 years of taking his ideas around the world, he has changed the lives of tens thousands of educators and executives, by giving them practical new presentation and teaching techniques that massively increase personal effectiveness.
Rich works with executives and corporate training divisions in the United States, Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Brunei, Russia, Jordan, and Brazil. A former off-Broadway actor, he coaches executives in presentation and facilitation skills. He also runs 'Train the Trainer' programs, and is the best-selling author of TrainSmart and Humane Presentations.
Workshop and Training Facilitator
Warner is founder and CEO of Height, Australasia’s experts in the tendering and procurement of high-value, high-risk contracts. A Chartered Professional Engineer, Warner has more than 20 years’ New Zealand and international experience in the aerospace, defence, power, transport, construction and infrastructure sectors. Warner’s engaging delivery style and keen interest in how technology and other factors are changing business and society make him a popular presenter at conferences and workshops.
Mike is a Partner in Falcon Training Ltd and Millpond Ltd. He is a Project Management Professional (PMP)® and has taught Project Management in corporate and academic domains including at MBA level at the University of Canterbury and University of Otago. He is an experienced practitioner and active volunteer with the Project Management Institute of New Zealand (PMINZ), most recently as lead of South Island Membership. Mike holds a Bachelor of ICT and Graduate Diploma in Project Management from the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, and is one of the first PMI Agile Certified Practitioners (PMI-ACP)® in New Zealand.