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Previous Series Wrap (Leaders Review, TV One).

TV1  Leaders’ promos - Background.

  1. A small number of CEOs were approached from industry sectors we wished to reflect per their leader’s career and business experience.

  2. At a more personal level leaders are asked to contribute key moments or observations that helped shape values, philosophies and, in particular, any ‘passion points’.

  3. As you can imagine, outside-the-box, business-in-community projects to “benefit the wider good” along with additional, real-speak ‘house-rules’ will often fall outside companies' own PR guidelines.

  4. The above criteria determines how we arrive at the right candidate to effectively represent leadershp within their industry.

  5. When asked to step forward for the benefit of our wider business community, those brands, cultures and on-camera leaders you see here were willing (and able) to do just that.


KEY MOMENTS - Featured Leaders

  1. Wallis Dumper
    Long-time industry stalwart, asked
    to return as Managing Director of Subaru NZ, Sept 2010.
  2. Previously helmed Subaru’s NZ operation 1996-2006 rebuilding brand’s dealer network.

  3. President Motor Industry Association 2008-2009 and Vice-President 2006, 2008.

  4. Career has spanned motorcycle and automotive service including 4-year stint setting up independent distributer business for brands Land Rover - Jaguar.


Past Industry Series Sponsors

Marine, Software & AgriTech by
Telco Industry supported by
Plumbing Industry supported by

Main Sponsor - Plumbing World

Support Sponsors
Canterbury Manufacturing supported by

Main Sponsor - New Zealand Trade & Enterprise

Support Sponsors

Filmed at Peppers Clearwater Resort, Christchurch.

Electrical Contractors Industry supported by






  1. David Stone
    Appointed CEO of the TCF November 2009, after two years on its board representing Vodafone.
  2. Career spanned new entrant   challenger and established entities.

  3. First joined the telecommunications industry in 1996, after beginning working life as an exploration geologist, then practising law in New Zealand, England  and Australia.

  4. Most recent position as Head of Industry Affairs at Vodafone New Zealand.

  1. Paul Herrod
    Appointed CEO, KPMG New Zealand
    in July 2011 after heading the firm’s
    Audit & National Risk Management Division as Managing Partner.
  2. A BA Physics at Oxford, originally joins KPMG’s London office.

  3. Following a 2 year secondment to New Zealand in 1994, transferred permanently, 1998.

  4. Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, England   & Wales, Member of NZ Institute Chartered Accountants, and also a member of NZICA’s practice review board.

  1. Damian Camp
    Appointed CEO, Pacific Aerospace , 2006, later joining the board of  Aviation Industry Cluster.
  2. Formerly CEO biotech firm, Ovita and Board Member, NZBio.

  3. Consultant for Chicago-based,
    A.T.Kearny Ltd.

  4. Educated University of Otago, Bachelor of Applied Sciences. Later career, forgoes MIT scholarship to take up Pacific Aerospace role.


As we roll out of week 8 of the second series of Leaders Review Key Moments vignettes on TV One just a "thank you" again for our participating

intrapreneurs and CEOs, Paul Herrod of KPMG

David Stone of the New Zealand Telecommunications Forum,

and series newbie, Damian Camp of exporters, NZ Aerospace.

Grateful thanks also to our additional and very long-time supporters,

of our collective leadership exercise, NEC and NZ Trade & Enterprise.

Whether through the daily TV slots or online breakout versions

it appears many have enjoyed the straight-talk on leadership from our

series leaders - which, of course, is the idea. (Thank you also for all

the additional video Alert subscribers too who have joined us 

in series II - and for the compliments ;-)

Many, many thanks for following and, again, for your encouragement.


Peter Anich

Series Producer, Leaders Review