Bruce Sullivan

Business Leader | Keynote Speaker | Author


Bruce is a proven performer in achieving results in people for over 30 years. His practical, hands-on experience is based on working with individuals, families, businesses and communities providing education and opportunities for personal improvement.

It is this experience that has given Bruce a unique understanding of our ability to relate to one another in the workplace and at home. This is what sets his work apart and gives a very practical and timely insight into relationships at work and home.

Managing his own businesses since his teens, by age 24 he had established his own million-dollar network of businesses and he has an extended track record of working with a wide range of private and public organisations’, both in Australia and overseas.

Bruce has a passion for facilitating personal and professional success. His unique expertise in leadership development means that over 40% of Bruce’s work is long-term development of leadership and culture with an extended track record of working with a wide range of private and public organisations’, both in Australia
and overseas. His enthusiastic, entertaining and hands-on approach gets long-term tangible results and has resulted in 100% of his work being generated from repeat and referral business, which is, of course, the strongest possible testimony to his skills.

Voted Australian Keynote Speaker of the Year by the National Speakers Association of Australia, Bruce was also presented with the Paul Harris Award in Rotary District 9640 for his contribution to RYLA as a presenter for more than 20 years.

Bruce will engage and inspire you to do what it takes to be the best that you can possibly be in a world where change is constant and relationships are fragile.

3.30 pm - 4.30 pm, 21 June 2018

Key Note Presentation

In Search of the Missing Millions!

How to create value and engagement for ALL Stakeholders

Business is demanding.

Managers in both the Public and Private Sectors find themselves under ever increasing levels of scrutiny and accountability. The rigour and sophistication applied to every decision including any investment in learning and development rarely escapes this increased accountability.  

So how do we as learning professionals make it easy for people to recognise the value of the work that we do?

What do we need to pay attention to, to be sure we stay relevant, engaged, employed, and most of all truly satisfied with our contribution to making the world a better place?

Bruce Sullivan will draw on over 30 years experience in this discipline as a business owner, director of six companies, learning professional, and chairman of a 700-person organisation, to expand the conversations we have with ourselves and our clients.