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Frog Intrapreneur Breakfast Series

Frog Intrapreneur Breakfast Series: The Rise of New Leadership


The cream of Auckland’s business leaders will meet to explore the evolution of a new emerging leadership style set to redefine the parameters of New Zealand business.

Eighty of Auckland’s inspiring business leaders, decision makers and influencers will hear two speakers debate ‘The Rise of New Leadership’, during the latest Frog Recruitment iNTRAPRENEUR Breakfast meeting on Wednesday 2 July.

“A company can no longer base its success on the competence of a few leaders,” says Frog Director, Jane Kennelly.

“In today’s fast moving, ultra-competitive global business environment, we are seeing the rise of new leadership. By drawing together Auckland’s top leadership talent, we hope to share proactive thinking, dispute ideas and reveal insights to help businesses grow, increase productivity and maintain competitive advantage,” adds Ms.Kennelly.

During the event, which is hosted by the AUT Business School, guests will hear from thought-provoking business leaders including Brett O’Riley, Chief Executive of Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development and Tim Nichols, Chief Product Officer for technology company, Serko.

Limited tickets are available for ‘The Rise of New Leadership’ breakfast, being held in the Sir Paul Reeves Building, AUT City Campus, Auckland. Registration is at 7am with the event running 7:30am – 9am. Tickets are $35.00 + GST. Register online at

www.frogrecruitment.co.nz/breakfastseries2014

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