helping leaders grow
Abundium helps fast track the performance, well-being and positive impact of multinational leadership teams. We currently support over 1,500 c-suite leaders from more than 130 of the world’s biggest brands, plus 70 not-for-profits nominated by our corporate members.
Our massive transformative purpose is to tenfold leadership impact for an abundant world. If you are part of the regional or country leadership team of a global company you are in the right place. We are here to help you, your teams, your organisation and all your stakeholders to grow.
We help build positive momentum and breakthrough on critical leadership challenges through our range of forums and advisory solutions.
Groups within the community based on role, level, function or topics of interest. Our main two Forums are the Country Leadership Team Forum and the HR Team Forum.
Address the specific challenges our members face via one on one or team coaching, keynote speaking at conferences, and the design and delivery of tailored cultural development programs.
We curate and present learning experiences for leaders to help them achieve exponential growth and unlock innovative breakthroughs.
Leaders must go beyond thinking 'outside the box' and more regularly think 'outside the building' to overcome establishment paralysis and generate powerful innovation says Harvard Business School Professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter.
This requires a new style of leadership. Kanter calls this ‘advanced leadership’ referring to the additional skills necessary to address messy, complex systems problems, where you can’t yet see the direction you’re going and there are so many opportunities to fumble.
“I realized the purpose of life is about pursuing happiness, and that sustainable happiness comes from making others happy” Yuan said. Creating happiness is also a philosophy behind work culture at Zoom.
For over 20 years Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School Amy Edmondson has been researching what high performing teams from around the world across multiple industries do differently. The number one success variable based on the teams she and others such as Google have studied is what Amy calls 'psychological safety', i.e. creating an environment where people feel safe to take interpersonal risk.
This one attribute is positive emotion, not to be confused with ‘positive thinking’ which has actually been shown to be detrimental to performance and well-being in many contexts.
Peter Hartcher, political and international editor of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Peter provides his perspective on the year ahead for both domestic and regional issues impacting doing business in Australia.
Join us for a highly interactive 3 hours online experience with Dr. Peter Fuda, one of Australia’s true global thought leaders. Peter will reveal a range of practical frameworks and processes to help you transform leadership in our hybrid world of work.
Liz Wiseman, NYT and WSJ best selling author, co-creator of Oracle University, Thinkers50 2013-2021, Founder & CEO, reveals four pathways for leaders to become multipliers, amplifying the smarts and capabilities of the people around them.
Discuss with Dr Cathy Foley, Australia’s Chief Scientist, how to work with the scientific community to uncover new opportunities, bring innovation into your local market and take them to the world.
Abundance or oblivion? How has the rapid rise of generative AI changed your perspective about the future? One thing is for sure, the relationship between man and machine is only getting stronger. Dr Andy Walshe has been at the forefront of human machine research and application since 2006, investigating how technology can fast track elite performance with individuals, teams and organisations ranging from DARPA, USA Olympic teams, and numerous global corporations. Prior to this Andy was the High Performance Director at Redbull training extreme athletes and artists to perform and create at levels beyond what they thought were possible.
Discussion about uncertainties ranging from the changing nature of industrial relations, the uncertainty of the geopolitical landscape, ongoing concerns about cost-of-living pressures and more.
Join Megan Reitz, Professor of Leadership and Dialogue at Ashridge Executive Education UK, and 2021 #1 ranked Thinker in Thinker50, as she explores with us what needs to be said, and how we can better hear what needs to be heard.
During this Abundium Masterclass with Fred we will explore four of those challenges: disengagement, disorganization, disinformation and disillusionment. In Fred’s disarmingly calm yet provocative way we will discuss ‘why your job is not your job’, ‘why a leader has no followers’, and the notions of ‘response-ability’ and ‘success beyond success’. Ultimately, Fred will share his solution to these challenges we face drawing on his life’s work and research from his days as a Professor of Economics at MIT to now.
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As part of our work to feed the collective intelligence of this community, we are constantly evolving how we deliver our program to best achieve positive impact in the most effective and efficient manner.
Global thought leaders from Harvard, LBS, Columbia and more delivering ‘virtual’ learning tailored for multinational leadership teams.
Confidential peer-to-peer ‘in-person’ learning experiences connecting members to each other and on topics chosen by those attending over a meal.
National influencers or policy-makers leading in-person discussions to support the growth of multinational operations across Australia and New Zealand.
Confidential peer-to-peer ‘virtual’ learning experiences connecting members to each other and crowdsourcing solutions to what is on their mind.
Extraordinary ‘in-person' or ‘virtual’ learning experiences designed to engage and add value to the extended community.
The challenges of leadership are exponentially rising. Transforming organisations today requires faster, smarter, easier and more sustainable ways of thinking and operating. For organisations to grow in this environment leaders must first themselves cover new ground. That’s why we are building a community for multinational leaders to accelerate the development and diversity of their networks, learning and positive contribution to their organisations, and the countries they call home.
We’re a low-ego community promoting a psychologically safe space where people can be themselves, and focus on real solutions for real challenges. We encourage giving more than asked and paying it forward to those less advantaged as stewards, not owners of our resources. And in every action we seek ways to create value at scale across channels to multiply your impact on your people, business and the planet, for this generation and the next.
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