Former police officer with practical strategies to overcome hurdles
As a former police officer in New South Wales for 40 years, Allan Sicard has built a significant reputation within the police force. In his last 15 years, Allan has also worked as a Police Commander at the rank of Superintendent.
In his time, Allan has also undertaken leadership positions in command over Australia’s most significant terrorism-related incidents, including in the Mosman Collar Bomb of 2011, as well as the Forward Police Commander for the first 2 hours of the Lindt Café Siege in 2014.
With an extensive history dealing with high-stress situations, Allan has developed proven strategies to help audiences prepare for any kind of challenge in life. Focusing on the support and kindness of the community, he encourages people to face problems head-on in their professional and personal lives.
In doing so, Allan’s audiences have strengthened their trust in themselves, their people, stakeholders, and the wider community.
With the right quality of preparation, Allan proves that anything is possible no matter the business, company or organisation.