57 min

The Edge of a New Frontier | Luke Sayers AM No Limitations

    • Careers

In episode 90, "The Edge of a New Frontier," Blenheim Partners' Gregory Robinson speaks to Luke Sayers AM, Founder and Executive Chairman of Sayers Group and President of the Carlton Football Club.

In an insightful discussion, Luke shares with us the lessons, learnings and highlights from a career that has seen him continually evolve and always at the edge of a new frontier: finding success across different countries, being appointed CEO of PwC Australia at the age of 42, and now having established Sayers Group. We hear of the differing approaches to innovation around the world, with Luke seeing shifts in mindsets and people willing to break from - and challenge - tradition.

Luke is also a Director of Sentient Impact Group and Chair of the Inclusion Foundation. He was previously Chief Executive Officer of PwC Australia and Vice Chairman of PwC Asia Pacific, where he led a team of over 700 partners and 8,000 staff, successfully growing the firm's revenue from $1.4bn to $2.6bn.

In episode 90, "The Edge of a New Frontier," Blenheim Partners' Gregory Robinson speaks to Luke Sayers AM, Founder and Executive Chairman of Sayers Group and President of the Carlton Football Club.

In an insightful discussion, Luke shares with us the lessons, learnings and highlights from a career that has seen him continually evolve and always at the edge of a new frontier: finding success across different countries, being appointed CEO of PwC Australia at the age of 42, and now having established Sayers Group. We hear of the differing approaches to innovation around the world, with Luke seeing shifts in mindsets and people willing to break from - and challenge - tradition.

Luke is also a Director of Sentient Impact Group and Chair of the Inclusion Foundation. He was previously Chief Executive Officer of PwC Australia and Vice Chairman of PwC Asia Pacific, where he led a team of over 700 partners and 8,000 staff, successfully growing the firm's revenue from $1.4bn to $2.6bn.

57 min