|Work Club Sydney|
As modern professionals living urban lives, money seems so central to our understanding of meaning, purpose and success. But does it have to? Join cult favourite Phill Nosworthy of Switch L+D and the celebrated Jess Ellerm and Eran Thomson of the explosive Australian fin-tech startup Zuper for a meaty conversation about money, meaning and killing the game.
Phill is an executive advisor, speaker and writer in the subject areas that surround making business and life meaningful.
His insights into personal mastery and career acceleration have gained him a cult following among high performers in Fortune listed companies the world over.
He has worked in more than 40 cities and 25 countries globally and counts Microsoft, ING, Universal Music and the Commonwealth Bank amongst his clients.
He is the founder of Switch L+D, an online learning platform that gives anyone, anywhere the same level of career development that has only ever been reserved for the highest performers of Fortune 500 companies.
Jessica Ellerm is the CEO and Co-founder of Australian fin-tech startup Zuper Superannuation. She’s also a fin-tech commentator, blogging on her own website (jessicaellerm.com) and guest posting for BankNXT. In addition, she writes for the fin-tech blog Daily Fintech Advisers, specialising in small business banking. Prior to Zuper, Jessica spent 6+ years at payments company and small business startup bank Tyro. Jessica is a contributor to Brett King’s Breaking Banks, and has freelanced as a finance news journalist for Australia’s leading online markets channel Finance News Network.
Eran makes the world a better place with boundless creativity, restless ambition, and stories well told. He’s beaten cancer, been beaten by Mt. Everest, and likes to bust rhymes to the beat.