Shane Radbone has enjoyed a successful
business career and sporting career. Shane played SANFL and AFL
football with Sturt and the Essendon Football Club. This begun
with starting his own business, Executive Fitness Management,
which became the largest Corporate Fitness business in Australia
from one customer to more than 3,500 clients. In 1996, Shane was
awarded the Australia Day Business Award for contribution to the
industry and in 2004 he was awarded the Young Leader of the Year
Award for South Australia.
Shane then became CEO of Wendy’s and
VIP Home Services. During his 5 years, as CEO at Wendy’s,
he took the business from $75m to $120m.
Shane has been speaking to a number of companies
over the past three years on his experiences both in business,
sport and life.
Topics covered in Shane’s presentation:
- People, Success and Life
- Authentic Leadership
- Success is an Attitude
- Customer Service
In 2009, Shane became the CEO of an ASX
publicly listed franchise company, until in 2010, Shane was appointed
COO of 7-Eleven, a $3.5billion dollar convenience store chain
in Australia. 7-Eleven is the sixth largest private company in
Australia. He was responsible for Operations and Franchising for
the 7-Eleven group in Australia.
In 2012, Shane founded the Radicle Group.
The business focusses on helping companies with challenges around
sales and people. In a short space of time, Radicle Group has
included clients such as 7-Eleven, Eagle Boys, Espresso Essential,
Cardiotech to name just a few. Head Office is in Adelaide with
a recently opened office in Melbourne.