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Cris Popp is one of Australia’s leading workplace facilitators and speakers.  He speaks on innovation, resilience, workplace wellbeing, high-performance cultures, and change. As a skilled trainer and facilitator Cris works with organisations to create a culture that is productive, innovative, engaging and fun.
For the past two years he has been working closely with Melbourne Business School (the number one provider of executive education in Asia-Pacific) to provide professional development to up-and-coming leaders in some of Australia’s biggest corporations. His workshops on resilience, change management, leadership, innovation, Mind Mapping©, decision-making, conflict resolution, team-building and frontline management are highly regarded by participants.
Cris has enjoyed success as a business change manager, innovation agent, facilitator, online project manager, ABC journalist and copywriter in both the public and private sector. He has a keen interest in positive psychology and its application to create high-performance workplaces and make change efforts successful.
His clients include ANZ, Telstra, CPA, IAG, NIA, Cardno-ACIL, Honda, SEEK, Department of Health and Aging (DOHA), Victorian Government, MECWA, Deloittes, Gordon Institute and CQU. He has been featured on the Channel 10 and ABC news, on radio and in Business Review Weekly, Anthill and the Financial Review. He has appeared at the Hargraves Innovation Conference 2007 and 2008, Sustainability Conference 2008 and 2010, and Happiness and Its Causes Conference 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.