Phil Preston

Phil Preston

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About Phil

“There are so many things we can do better, together, by harnessing the power of collaboration. Phil draws on years of experience to help leverage the potential of your people, projects and ...”

If your teams, projects or partnerships aren’t running smoothly it creates frictions, frustrations and angst for everyone involved. And that’s before you factor in opportunity costs.

What if there was a surefire way of improving collaboration effectiveness?

That’s where Phil comes in, helping you turn your aspirations into reality, including his seven-step COLLABS process.

Phil is sought after for his ability to break down the complexities of collaboration success to create actionable learning for audiences.

He makes use of storytelling, interactions, participation and a splash of dry humour to create an engaging and enjoyable experience.

Phil’s clients range from blue-chip corporations through to government departments and non-profit organisations, and he’s worked on big stages, boardrooms, basketball courts and the back of Bourke (literally).

Career highlights include keynoting at future leaders conferences, leading boardroom strategy sessions and facilitating complex projects tackling indigenous and youth employment challenges.

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What people say about Phil

Thank you, Phil, for your simple, a systematic approach has made a significant impact in this strategic project

– University of Wollongong

Your presentation was creative, engaging and set the scene for the rest of the day.

– NSW Local Land Services

Phil’s engaging style thought leadership and practical case studies added huge value to each delegate and the overarching program.

– Australian Food & Grocery Council

Thanks, Phil for leading us through partnerships and collaborations that push the boundaries … Excellent presentation!

– Executive Management Council of Australia