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Colin Pidd

Colin has been a senior executive in both the public (broadcasting) and private sectors (retailing and finance). Based in Australia, Colin has worked for clients in Europe, North America, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

Colin’s work with his clients includes strategic planning and implementation, executive development, unit/organizational merger implementation, performance management training, and leadership coaching.

Colin’s clients include Ogilvy and Mather, Dell, St. George Bank, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Northeast Health Wangaratta, Agilent Technologies, Australia Post, Credit Lyonnais, Hewlett-Packard, State Revenue Office, Victorian Education Department, Komatsu, ANZ Bank, WHO, Alex Fraser, Coca-Cola Amatil, Department of Human Services, Qualcomm, Banyule City Council, and Nokia.

Colin is also an award-winning broadcaster who created the Australian Broadcasting Corporation series “Managing Matters” and the “Business Report.” As a result, he has had the opportunity to visit many of Australia’s winning organizations and interview some of the world’s leading managers and management theorists.

Recent blog posts

Special Leaders, Bosses and Bastards Episode: The Pacific Women’s Sport Leadership Program, with Jane Livesey and Olivia Philpott

December of 2016 saw the arrival of the first ever Pacific Women’s Sports Leadership Program, held in Port Moresby,...

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Loving Leadership and Inclusion For Everyone, with Ann Shannon Episode #15

We’re hearing more and more about including love in the way we lead. This may seem like a new...

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Does Your Strategy Fit Your Culture? It Should.

In today’s episode, Colin and Mickey discuss culture change, a once “too soft” topic for business development that has...

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