Eastman wins TEC award

Western Australian businessman Bernie Eastman has won a highly acclaimed award from The Executive Connection (TEC), the largest international organisation for chief executives’ ongoing professional development, increasing their effectiveness and enhancing their lives. Mr Eastman was presented with the 2005 Dr Phil Meddings Award at a Sydney dinner on Saturday May 14, as recognition for being the most outstanding TEC chairman, selected from over 50 chairmen around Australia. The award is named after Dr Phil Meddings, who founded TEC Australia in 1986. Mr Eastman has worked with over 32 Western Australian chief executives, providing learning, development and the latest management thinking and techniques from Australia and around the world. The Executive Connection has over 800 chief executive members in Australia and a global membership of over 9,000 in 15 countries.

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