The MFAA 2015 National Convention will be at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 6 – 8 May 2015.
See you there!
Three days of excellent speakers and great networking opportunities condensed into five and a half minutes. Enjoy!
The 2014 MFAA National Convention was held at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre with three days full of excellent speakers and great networking events.
Scroll down to see a recap of the all events or you can jump to a session by clicking on the link below.
Sam McCool leaves the crowd wondering what nationality he really is after a hilarious comedy lunch
The audience couldn’t help but laugh at Paul Huschilt recap of the convention
If you missed any sessions throughout the convention then the one you wanted to attend was this one – Paul Huschilt delivered a hilariously detailed recap of every speaker and presenter.
Paul used a number of props on stage including an over-head projector which he used to describe the three days to his audience. There was plenty of audience interaction with Paul giving away several goodies he collected from the ExpoMart. He also had gave away a pair of embroidered boxer shorts which said “George or Jim” to an audience member who wasn’t called George or Jim, didn’t have a partner called George or Jim but had a cat called George – so that was close enough.
And the ladies didn’t miss out either – Paul gave away a beautiful hot-pink bra with ‘life-changing conversations’ spelled out in diamantes to one lucky audience member, claiming he hoped that when she was having her next life-changing conversation, the person talking to her would be looking at her new bra!
Paul sung his way through each speaker’s key messages, much to the audience’s delight – what a wonderful and clever way to finish off the sessions for the year.
Charlie Lynn silenced the audience with his presentation on the ANZAC spirit
Common men have pure and shining courage when they fight for what they believe to be a just and shining cause – Charlie Lynn
Charlie is a an Australian veteran with a passion for the Kokoda campaign, a defining moment in World War II and in Australian history. Charlie has led 65 expeditions across Kokoda, usually as part of corporate or personal development programs.
Charlie shared with the audience stories of courage and bravery of Australian soldiers he has met in his life-time and delivered moving and inspiring poems.
Amongst his stories of survival, hardship and leadership despite the adversity of war, he shared his belief on the essence of leadership.
“If you believe that every person you lead, work with and live with has the capacity within them, then you will be a great leader.”
As a great leader you must ensure the people you are leading are equipped with the support for them to have the self-belief in themselves.
Charlie helped the audience understand the ANZAC spirit and delivered an emotive and inspiring presentation.
Charlie Teo shared his story of life-changing conversations with the audience at the MFAA 2014 National Convention