CEO, Outward Looking International
Glenn has been the CEO of LCP Global Pty Ltd (formerly Outward Looking International) since founding the company in the U.S. in 2010. LCP Global is focused on the research and development of proven leadership solutions, and through its strategic partners and global coaching network empowers leaders through its leadership coaching system – the Leadership Capacity Program™. With more than 25 years working as a psychologist and executive in more than 40 countries, Glenn is passionate about changing the way leaders think and behave rather than adopt unsustainable models of leadership and performance. He has worked in C-Suite roles in Australia (1992-2003) and in the U.S (2004-2010), and was approached by a global U.S-based NGO with offices in eighteen countries and products in 150 countries, to develop their international operations, eventually becoming COO of Global Operations. Prior to this, Glenn had worked for 10 years in sales for a multinational company, NSK Bearings Australia and successfully launched a new enterprise in 1992—Pro-Fam Australia—that provided specialist programs in the corporate and community sectors. In 2010, Glenn completed a Doctorate in Global Leadership through George Fox University in Portland, OR, focusing on the relationship between leadership character and performance, leading to an understanding on how organizational culture, leadership identity and well-being affects decision-making and organizational performance. Glenn also serves as a Faculty Advisor in the Global Leadership doctoral program for George Fox University, and enjoys facilitating Executive Roundtables for Halftime Australia, helping leaders align their successes, influence, and opportunities to build a legacy of significance.
LCP Global has a growing network of certified LCP® leadership coaches and consulting partners in Asia, Australia, Europe and U.S.A.
Director, Outward Looking International
John Sikkema is an accomplished business leader, speaker, philanthropist, and author of Enriched: Re- Defining Wealth. John is the Chairman of Halftime Australia (which is affiliated with Halftime USA, based in Dallas, Texas) a values-based executive coaching organization addressing the growing hunger and need amongst business leaders and owners to pursue more than success. At 49, as CEO and largest shareholder of the financial planning group Garrisons (now called Genesys) and Funds Management company, Synergy Capital Management, John successfully sold the business to a top 100 listed company, Challenger. He had transformed the small company he started in Tasmania into a successful franchise business with 65 offices across Australia. Yet, it was his personal transformation that remains his most satisfying and rewarding achievement. John is passionate about inspiring and empowering business leaders to discover their life purpose and make the 2nd Half of their lives better than the 1st Half by turning their business and life into a living and lasting legacy. As a Halftimer, John still keeps a hand in the business scene, through his property development companies and sitting on various boards, including a director of Empart (formally Compassion for India). He regularly takes business people on leadership training and mentoring trips to North India, which is a truly grounding and life-changing experience. John wrote ‘Enriched: Re-Defining Wealth’, largely in response to frequent requests from seminar participants to share more of his story and journey. John and his wife Sue live in Melbourne, Australia and have four adult children.
Director, Outward Looking International
Kevin Bailey is a business leader with almost 30 years experience in the Financial Services sector. He merged his successful business; The Money Managers Limited with fourteen other businesses to form Shadforth Financial Group, which listed on the ASX and acquired by IOOF Limited. Kevin is heavily involved in the philanthropic sector. He was recently appointed to the Prime Ministers Community Business Partnership to advise the Australian Government on Philanthropy and Volunteerism. Kevin was a graduate of the Williamson Community Leadership Program in 1999 and received the Community Leadership Award in 2006. He established the first Timorese diplomatic post at their independence in 2002 and was Consular General for East Timor in Melbourne until 2013. He continues to sit as a director of the $16 Billion Timorese Sovereign Wealth Fund Investment Advisory Board. He is a director of the g7+ Foundation that assists post-conflict states with governance and financial management. Kevin was a foundation member of the Financial Planning Association (FPA) in 1991 and served as a director for several years; receiving a Distinguished Service Award, and was made a Fellow of the FPA in 2005. He was awarded Financial Planner of the Year in 1997. He served with the Australian SAS between 1980 and 1985 and was awarded the Australian Defence Medal and the Australian Service Medal with Counter Terrorism Clasp. Among others, his directorships include: Parousia Media, Halftime Australia, Alpha Australia, Empart Inc. (formerly Compassion for India), Dads4Kids Fatherhood Foundation, Marriage Education Program, g7+ Foundation, and the IAB Timor Sovereign Fund. He is also an Opportunity International Council member, ambassador for the Future 2 Foundation and Patron for Life, Love and Health and the Australia Tamil Solidarity organizations. He lives with his wife, Grace and their seven children aged 8 to 26 years.
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