Four more speakers have been announced for the Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ) annual conference to be held in Queenstown later this month.
Psychologist Nigel Latta, economist Shamubeel Eaqub, paralympian Liam Malone, and management strategist Tony Gardner will join a group of 25 influential keynote, panel and workshop presenters to explore the conference theme, ‘Inspiring New Thinking’.
“Across two days we will be covering all the areas where new thinking is key to success — sustainability practices, resilience, social impact and legacy, international trends, and leadership skills,” said CINZ chief executive Sue Sullivan.
Eaqub will look at sustainability and examine the new thinking needed to create sustainable growth for New Zealand’s visitor economy and business events sector.
Latta will cover new thinking in all facets of life, including how to adopt new habits and new trends at work.
Gardner will speak about what it takes to be a great leader and what kinds of new and inspired thinking is required for these times.
Malone will tell the inspirational story of his rise to achieving two Golds and a Silver medal at the 2016 Paralympic Games.
The conference is being held on October 30-31 at Skyline Queenstown.
Conference registrations are open on the CINZ website.