Phil Preston

SPECIALISES IN: CSR Innovation Business
Phil Preston

In an era where competition is high and trust is low, Phil helps businesses unlock value using commercially smart and socially good strategies - the new frontier for innovation and high performance outcomes. He has the rare ability to convey complex, transformative ideas in engaging and entertaining ways.

In an era where competition is high and trust is low, Phil helps businesses unlock value using commercially smart and socially good strategies - the new frontier for innovation and high performance outcomes. He has the rare ability to convey complex, transformative ideas in engaging and entertaining ways.

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I received a lot of positive feedback ... people are really keen to start implementing their new knowledge

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

Australian Food & Grocery Council

Phil Preston

SPECIALISES IN: CSR Innovation Business

In an era where competition is high and trust is low, Phil helps businesses unlock value using commercially smart and socially good strategies - the new frontier for innovation and high performance outcomes. He has the rare ability to convey complex, transformative ideas in engaging and entertaining ways.

Keeping up with trends and relentless change is hard when you’re being asked to deliver more-with-less in shorter timeframes. Accessing new ideas, skills and resources is the key to staying relevant and getting ahead.

Phil specialises in effective collaboration techniques that uncover amazing business and world-changing opportunities.

His hands-on approach and experience is second to none, having worked with a range of blue chip company’s, NGOs and government departments.

Phil formerly led an investment research team responsible for $40 billion of global assets until changing course to follow his passion for bringing people together and making a difference at scale.

He was invited by Harvard’s Professor Michael Porter and strategic philanthropist, Mark Kramer, to Boston in 2013 to help advance the ‘shared value’ and win-win principles that underpin his work.

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