Speakers Profile - Tim Watson

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Tim Watson is one of AFL Football's most revered heroes. Renowned for his superb skills and explosive bursts of pace, Tim played 307 games for Essendon from 1977 to 1994. Tim was rewarded with a host of awards and a deserved reputation as not just a football great but very much a gentleman of the game.

Upon retirement as a player, Tim's special communication skills have helped him develop a very successful career in television and radio, and as a corporate presenter. He is an articulate and entertaining speaker and a very polished master of ceremonies. Tim is currently the Channel Seven weekend sports presenter, and also a co-host of "Talking Footy" on Monday nights. He is also a columnist for The Age, and his articles appear each Wednesday.

Friday nights, he is the Special Comments Commentator on the ABC with Tim Lane, Drew Morphett and David Parkin, and he also is a co-host and presenter of "Up Country Punt," a football based radio program network through regional areas of Australia each Friday between 4 and 6 o'clock together with Gary Lyon and Billy Brownless.

Tim is also a most polished corporate presenter well qualified to speak on many issues including leadership, teamwork and managing change.