Dr John Smith is the founder of Concern Australia and the founding President of God’s Squad Christian Motorcycle Club of 35 years. He is an author, a social anthropologist, a business speaker, a teacher and lecturer, a biker, a defender of the poor and marginalised, a lover of blues music, a gifted evangelist, an elder of the radical discipleship movement, and a prominent social commentator.
He is as much at home talking to business leaders, academics, church leaders, politicians and the media as he is with school children, university students, the poor and marginalised, and outlaw motorcycle club members.
John has spoken throughout Australia and around the world at music and arts festivals such as Greenbelt in the UK, the European Christian Arts and Music Festival, the Australian Gospel Music Festival/EasterFest in Toowoomba, and Black Stump Music Festival in Sydney, has shared the stage with former President Jimmy Carter and has addressed the United Nations Human Rights Commission. He is a regular guest speaker at churches around Australia and at corporate and service club events such as business roundtable dinners, corporate keynote addresses and Rotary Club Annual Conferences.
His message goes to the heart of the ethical and practical dilemmas presented by businesses concerned with leadership, profit and performance.
Having lived and worked with society’s outlaws, Dr. John Smith offers unique perspectives on harnessing sometimes unexpected forces for success. John’s doctoral work in urban anthropology and social movements has equipped him with an understanding of local culture – from the board room to the pool room. His presentations are entertaining, engaging and offer powerful perspectives to business and management audiences.
Be warned – this charismatic outlaw, and founder of the God’s Squad Motor Cycle Club, John ‘Bullfrog’ Smith is one of Australia’s most unusual and unorthodox speakers. He commands not only the respect of Australia’s outlaw biker gangs, but also corporate Australia.
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