AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou will be guest speaker at Murray Business Network’s meeting in December.RUTH CLAYTON November 13, 2012 4:01am
AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou will be guest speaker at Murray Business Network’s meeting next month.
The network made the announcement as part of its launch of the full line-up of speakers and dates for its 2012-13 year.
Mr Demetriou, who has seen the AFL competition grow into a billion-dollar industry under his leadership, will share his experiences and his expertise about how to develop staff and managers and the importance of continually changing and improving.
Mr Demetriou will speak on December 5 at Rich River Golf Club.
Other speakers are body language expert and author Allan Pease, who will speak on March 21 at the Moama Bowling Club and former Australian netball player Liz Ellis who will speak on May 23, at the Rich River Golf Club.
A special mystery guest has been invited by the network to speak in August at the Moama Bowling Club.
MBN chair Sue Milgate said she was excited for the year ahead.
‘‘It has been a busy planning period for the committee and everyone is feeling enthusiastic about the upcoming guest speakers and events planned for the next 12 months,’’ Mrs Milgate said.
Anyone wanting information on MBN membership can contact Narelle Bain on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0408
Events are free to members and $55 for non-members.
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