Meet your Facilitators
Samantha Young
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Professional Wellbeing

Samantha is passionate about helping people to think, feel and perform better to realise their full potential.

Samantha is Managing Director of Human Psychology, one of Adelaide’s largest psychological services providers, with a team of 25 people operating for over 14 years.

She holds Bachelor and Postgraduate qualifications in business and psychology, including a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology and an MBA from Melbourne University completed at the Darden Business School, University of Virginia.

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Dan Aubin 
 

Communication Specialist

Dan is a communication expert, speaker and facilitator who works across multiple sectors to help organisations bring important ideas to life.

Through his company, Daring Humans, he works in communication, collaboration, strategy and wellness to create engagement, clarity and connection.

He holds degrees in Communication, English and Drama and has worked as a full-time lecturer / researcher at Charles Sturt University winning a faculty award for excellence and innovation.

 Developing a culture of effective communication translates into valuable outcomes for the organisation and impactful professional development for individuals.

Dan draws on his background as a coach, director, performer, speaker, CEO, lecturer and researcher in communication to provide valuable training for communicators and leaders.

Tim Jarvis AM

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Inspirational Leadership

Tim Jarvis is one of Australia’s most prolific scientists and adventurers.

Tim led the first authentic retracing of polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton’s “double” - sailing a replica James Caird boat 1500kms across the Southern Ocean from Elephant Island, Antarctica to South Georgia and climbing over South Georgia’s mountainous interior using the same rudimentary equipment, period clothing and technology as Shackleton.

Tim’s expedition was the first successful attempt to authentically retrace Shackleton’s journey, regarded by many as the greatest survival journey of all time. A Discovery Channel/PBS documentary film and best-selling Harper Collins Book Shackleton’s Epic: Recreating the World’s Greatest Journey of Survival have been made about the expedition.

Tim draws on his vast experiences and his insights into leadership in extreme conditions makes him of the most qualified leaders in Australia.

Richard Bowles
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Sustained Commitment

Richard Bowles is a five-time world record-breaking Australian adventurer. He is also a multi-disciplined educator, executive advisor and top 20 rated APAC speaker. His risky adventure experiences and unique research have enabled him to accelerate his clients’ performance and organisational progress. His work features in international media including CNN and Sky News and the 9 Ten and 7 TV networks.
Richard has run more than 13,000km across the world’s longest mountain trails, an inspirational and motivating story in itself. Richard is often referred to by the media as the Forrest Gump and Bear Grylls combination for his ability to persevere and tackle any extreme situation.

 His most recent adventure, the subject of a newly produced documentary was living on the streets of India for a week, putting himself in the shoes of the Rickshaw pullers discovering the human spirit that drives these men to work 18 hours a day in the most oppressive conditions.

 Richard’s accomplishments have given him a unique perspective on how individuals can succeed even when the odds are stacked against them.