Associate Program

Designed for CEOs and leaders eligible for the Consortia Program, those in transit, or that have been eligible in the past; becoming an Associate entitles you to one seat at three separate 2020 Briefing breakfast events, as well as other events and activities (including the Australian Growth Company Awards) which support your accelerated leadership development, better enabling you to deal with volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of general conditions and situations, and at the same time allowing you to orchestrate powerful connections within the 2020 community.

 

2020 Briefing

 

Designed to immerse CEOs in exclusive, meaningful conversations, the 2020 Briefing is a series of breakfast events held in inspiring venues. Showcasing some of Australia’s most influential leaders, many being 2020 members, these breakfast sessions address a wide range of subjects relevant to the moment, providing insights and wisdom through intimate fireside chats, panel conversations and interviews. Invitations to showcase and involve 2020 members are considered in the planning stages.

 

2017 dates include:

Monday 22nd May – The Customer Experience Challenge with Don Peppers
Thursday 31st August – How a Culture of Mental Wellbeing Drives Commercial Performance

 

2018 dates include:

Thursday 1st February – the 2020 Collective
Tuesday 22 May
Tuesday 24 July
Tuesday 23 October

 

Benefits of being an Associate include:

 

  • Preferred rates to 2020 leadership events and functions
  • Should you wish at any time to apply for an invitation to join a 2020 Consortium, your Associate fee will be credited against your Consortium Program Joining Fee
  • Membership Fee – $1,250 (plus GST) – payment is made using the credit card form supplied – CONTACT for more information

 

Terms and conditions

 

  • You are eligible to use your three seats at the 2020 Briefing and the 2020 Collective breakfast events over 18 months from the date of the first paid event you attend. If you do not take up the three event registrations during the 18 month subscription period, they will lapse
  • An Associate membership is non-transferrable unless approved by 2020 management
  • Interviewees and events are to be advised at least 4 weeks in advance. Dates may be subject to change based on guest interviewee availability
  • Subscriptions are valid for 18 months and will be automatically renewed for a further 18 months unless advised otherwise. A notice of renewal will be sent to you 1 month prior to the renewal date

Australian Growth Company Awards

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The Australian Growth Company Awards celebrate excellence in the mid market. This program recognises companies that have demonstrated high rates of growth as well as innovation, integrity, contribution to community and sustainable growth.

 

The Awards are proudly co-sponsored by Investec Australia, Computershare, Intralinks, GlobalX, Deloitte, Risk Capital Advisors, NAB Health, Hamilton Locke and 2020 Exchange.  Mergermarket is the media partner.


CEO Consortia Program

The 2020 CEO Consortia Program offers a secure environment where you can freely ask questions and seek fresh perspectives. Ultimately, enabling better decisions with high value outcomes in the areas of vision, strategy and people.

 

Around 12 select Chief Executives meet monthly, led by an independent, world-class Chair. 2020 Chairs inspire, guide and support you by facilitating the most ‘game-changing’ conversations in your diary every month.

 

Chief Executives within 2020 Consortia come from a rich, diverse range of industries, both contemporary and traditional. CEOs are carefully matched to a consortium based on personality, acumen, industry and turnover.

 

We ensure you are seated beside like-minded CEOs who are facing similar challenges, enabling you to glean solutions and gain maximum value in your participation.


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Platinum Associate Program

Designed for CEOs and leaders eligible for the Platinum Consortia Program, those in transit, or that have been eligible in the past; becoming a 2020 Platinum Associate entitles you to one seat at three separate Across the Table breakfast events, as well as other events and activities (including the 2020 Briefing series and the Australian Growth Company Awards) which support your accelerated leadership development, better enabling you to deal with volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of general conditions and situations, and at the same time allowing you to orchestrate powerful connections within the 2020 community.

 

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Associate Program

Designed for CEOs and leaders eligible for the Consortia Program, those in transit, or that have been eligible in the past; becoming an Associate entitles you to one seat at three separate 2020 Briefing breakfast events, as well as other initiatives, events and activities (including the Australian Growth Company Awards) which support your accelerated leadership development, better enabling you to deal with volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity of general conditions and situations, and at the same time allowing you to orchestrate powerful connections within the 2020 community.

 

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MEET OUR PEOPLE

David Kelynack CEO 2020 Exchange

David Kelynack
Chief Executive

"Leadership is the ability to influence and yield harmoniously the desired outcome and by placing our emphasis... on people, to develop trust and to ask the right question to elicit the story, we open up our minds to new possibilities.
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Les Schirato AM

"Australia’s Coffee King"

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Michael Pascoe

"The difference between leadership & management has become a cliché, but that hasn’t closed the gap. 2020 is that leap into pure leadership."

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Andrew Scipione APM

"Power is not leadership, it is humility and performance that set you apart from the pack."

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Don Peppers

"Proactive honesty and flawless execution is the key to unlocking long-term profits"

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Ronnie Kahn

Ronni Kahn

"...do something meaningful for other people."

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Peter Stirling Benson

"“I believe great leadership emanates from the four ‘E’s. Personal energy, an ability to energise others, applying an edge to all decision-making and championing the importance of superb execution.”"

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Megan Foster

"“The most effective leaders are those with one particular key attribute, that of self-awareness. Great leaders know their strengths and weaknesses. They play to their strengths. They are aware of the executive shadow they cast and the impact it has on the people that surround them.”"

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Jenny Brockie

"Curiosity and deep questioning can reveal one's empathy."

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Mark Elliott

"Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson"

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Mark Webster

"There are only two directions you can move in business and life, forwards or backwards. If you are standing still or resisting change – you are actually going backwards as others will inevitably be going forward."

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Tim Kirkman

"Leadership requires curiosity and the courage to always be accountable."

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Peter Griffith

"The mind that has the problem usually has the solution – it’s just waiting for the right question."

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Lindsay Fox AC

"Leadership education is in life… "

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Ted Pretty

"Leadership is about 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration – in that order."

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Graham Bradley AM

"Nurture disruptive challenge in your business by reviewing innovation & productivity."

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Ümit Subaşı

"Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.”
- Sun Tzu"

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Catherine Harris AO PSM

"We’re for the greater goodness"

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Todd Greenberg

"Significant opportunity comes with any challenge, problem or obstacle."

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Kevin Moore

"If your business isn’t growing, then it’s dying. You just don’t yet know the date that it will fail."

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David Murray AO

"Be curious... asking the right questions of your board is paramount."

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Ann Sherry AO

"Be a leader who is prepared to take risks... a leader with certainty who is prepared to back themselves, then people will follow."

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Holly Kramer

"People and culture are critical to business success, especially in the face of challenging business conditions"

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Remo Giuffre

"Effective leadership calls for general thinking and the pursuit of diversity."

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Stella Petrou Concha

"When you succeed, I succeed."

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Ric Lazar

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Vaughn Richtor

"The challenge I see for leaders is to encourage people to take advantage of the opportunities they now have to learn more, take on more accountability, make more decisions and get involved in things which they may not have had the chance to before. Give people “the right to fix”."

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Stephe Wilks

"Great leaders listen, synthesise and act. Sure, they’re expert in their fields, and they have great ancillary skills to match that expertise, but - crucially - they need to see the world around them with broader eyes than just their own; and then craft that broader knowledge into actions that yield real progress…"

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John O'Neill AO

"A circuit breaker will shift culture... make the tough decisions early on."

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Gordon Galt

"Good people are the best resource you can have in the mining or any other industry."

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Juanita Phillips

"You can have it all and keep it all together "

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David Mortimer AO

"Be a leader who believes in creative, imaginative responses to shape the future of business."

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John Cracknell

"Create a world class team that assists you to rise to the challenges of your industry."

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Gary Flowers OM

Gary Flowers

"Promote curiosity; always be asking “what if” and “why not?”..."

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Captain Kevin Oprey

"...experience it and then say if from your own heart..."

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Peter Severin

" It's not about being tough or weak. It's about being smart..."

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Ian Elliot

"Profit and culture are friends not adversaries. You don’t have to choose between happy staff and happy shareholders. One feeds the other."

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