Elevate, an event series presented by the Taupō Busines Chamber is back in 2019 with some kick-ass speakers. 

Elevate will be held on Tuesday, 19 March 2019, and we’re excited to announce our awesome speakers for the 3rd Elevate event!

Gilbert Enoka - All Blacks Mental Skills Coach

Gilbert will challenge your mind-set and get you to understand; what are the inconvenient truths you face? He will help you understand and create a mind-set of 'best to best' practice to help you reach your peak performance in whatever you’re trying to achieve.

Shelley Campbell - CEO, Waikato/Bay of Plenty Division Cancer Society of New Zealand Inc. 

Leadership is not about where you come from or what you know,  but ‘what you do with what you know’. Stepping up to leadership responsibilities requires resilience, strategy and a clear understanding of your strengths in order to improve individual and team performance.

Elevate is free for Taupo Chamber members and employees, $59 for non-members.

Light refreshments supplied prior to event.

About Gilbert Enoka - All Blacks Mental Skills Coach

Internationally renowned mental skills coach Gilbert Enoka has been a highly sought after figure by the All Blacks, the Canterbury Crusaders Super 12 Rugby Team, the Silver Ferns Netball Team, and the New Zealand Cricket Team as well as some of New Zealand's top CEOs and business people.
Gilbert is a highly skilled practitioner who has worked on performance enhancement for over 20 years with many of our corporate and sporting elite. 
Gilbert assists teams and businesses to reach their full potential so they can lift their performance. He presents in a matter of fact and interactional way, providing the winning tools and skills used by many of our corporate and sporting heroes.
His coaching abilities are also an integral part of his role as Independent Director for Harcourts International, New Zealand's largest Real Estate firm.
Gilbert is philosophical in his approach to his own life and thrives on preparing people for the hurdles that life puts in front of them, and in seeing others succeed!

About Shelley Campbell - CEO, Waikato/Bay of Plenty Division Cancer Society of New Zealand Inc.

Shelley has been in CEO and member of local and national Boards for 15 years including at Sir Peter Blake Trust where she had oversight of 1000 leadership events annually. From leadership in Defence (as an Hon Captain) through to caring for a population of over 700 000 with Cancer support services, in her current role, she has met and learnt from great leaders during her time and will share some key leadership insights through her own stories.


Tuesday, 19th March, 2019
7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Great Lake Centre Theatre, Taupo