16 Mitala Street, Newport NSW 2106   Tel: 61 2 9998 3700

     

16 Mitala Street, Newport NSW 2106
Tel: 61 2 9998 3700

Special Guest Colonel Richard Mallet to present at the Sesqi Gala Dinner

Richard Mallet has over thirty years of command, leadership and management experience in the British Army and Australian Defence Force. He is a graduate of the Royal Military Academy – Sandhurst and the Australian Command & Staff College, is a qualified military helicopter pilot, parachutist and physiotherapist.

Richard has seen service in the Falkland Islands & South Georgia, Europe, East and Southern Africa, the United States and Canada, the Middle East and Cyprus. He led a multi-national team in the Future Plans branch, Headquarters International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan in 2009/10. Richard just completed a year in Southern Afghanistan leading the Security Force Assistance component of the Resolute Support mission.

Richard is currently the Director Adaptive Sports Program - enhancing quality through life for serving members and veterans using the power of Adaptive Sport. He is also fully engaged in preparing the combined ADF/RSL team for the Invictus Games.

Richard proud to be the guest speaker at this Years Lighting of the Fire in the Edinburgh Room. For those that did not attend and are attending the Gala Dinner you will be spell bound by the passion and determination that Richard applies to everything he has done and continues to do in the legacy of our fallen soldiers. 

The Gala Dinner will be a fantastic evening of club comradery and celebration of our 150yrs. Tickets can be booked via Reception on 02 9998 3700. Bookings close 2 October. 

➢ Proven leadership capacity underpinned by technical credibility, innovative thinking and practical experience of improving organisational outcomes
➢ Coherent strategic thinker with a successful track record of leading & communicating sustainable organisational and cultural change
➢ Highly developed emotional intelligence including excellent relationship management skills
➢ High levels of personal productivity with a developed ability to operate in high tempo environments 

 

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