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Q&A: An Interview with Nick Randall

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David Beattie1. Describe your personality:

Bullish, loud at times, excitable, passionate, split personalities in the sense can be extroverted but often seeks being alone, does not like parties!

2. What are your strengths as a Consultant?

Passion and always wanting fun, not taking things too seriously, (hopefully) being able to break content down into skills and activities to get past the action gap of knowledge but no behavior change.

3. What’s your most memorable workshop you’ve conducted and why?

A school workshop on Rottnest where the year 12 students had to develop over two days a leadership statement. We all ended up crying Students teachers and facilitators alike.

4. Where do you see Integral Development in 5 years time?

Highly regarded Training company, here, nationally and overseas.

5. What are your thoughts on Leadership for the future?

Leaders with much more emphasis on sustainability in personal life work life and in the company practices. Leaders who develop their people right down to the lowest socioeconomic group within their company. Greater focus on the blue collar worker in terms of training. In short we will have to be the clever country to compete at the international level. Industrial leaders will therefore have to be involved as educationalists at all levels of society.

6. If you could invite 5 people to dinner, who would they be?

Barack Obama, Nelson Mandela, Kevin Rudd Tony Blair and finally John Howard. Guess who would feel left out?

7. Who is Leader that inspires you and why?

Nelson, because I believe that he has seen the dark side but crossed over to the good side.

8. If you were stranded on a desert island, what book and 2 items would you like with you?

Tolkein’s Hobbit and snorkel and hand spear.

Ron Cacioppe

Ron Cacioppe is the Managing Director of Integral Development and holds a BSc, an MBA and a PhD. He has taught in the Graduate School of Management at Macquarie University, Curtin University and the University of Western Australia.

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