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Olympic Games Lessons in Leadership & Risk Management

This is the first podcast episode of our Road to the 2032 Brisbane Olympics mini-series

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About this episode

We are proud to share the first episode in our Road to the 2032 Brisbane Olympics Podcast series, where we bring together people from our Ashurst teams around the globe to share their experience working on Olympic games of the past, and the future. 

In this episode Energy and Infrastructure partner Dan Brown speaks to Bob Walker, a director in the Ashurst Risk Advisory team.

Bob helped lead the crisis, risk and emergency preparedness for the 2000 Sydney Olympic games and provides key insights for business on lessons learned from past Olympics in successful leadership and risk management – and what's ahead for Brisbane 2032.

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Dan Brown
Co-Chair Energy Industry
+61 7 3259 7149
Bob Walker
+61 2 9258 5633
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