Malcolm Neale

Malcolm Neale Head Shot 28_07_14Malcolm Neale is the Founder and Managing Director of Fuel 4 Business

For over 25 years Malcolm has excelled in the Business World. He has been involved in Small to Medium Businesses and Large Enterprises gaining a wealth of knowledge and experience. Some of Malcolm’s roles have included

  • Business Owner
  • Company Director
  • Operations Manager
  • Senior Executive
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Commercial & Residential Property Owner/Manager
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Compliance Officer
  • Loans Manager

What sets Malcolm apart from other Business and Executive Coaches is he not only talks the talk, he has walked the walk.

Throughout his career he has covered just about every facet of Business that you could imagine. He knows first hand what it’s like to be in Business and what challenges it can offer. He also knows what its like to be in Executive/Management roles and how stressful this can be.

Malcolm has trained as a Human Behavior Expert, A Life and Executive Coach, A Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), is a Certified Workshop Facilitator/Speaker and a Qualified Accountant. Combining these skills with his Extensive Business knowledge is truly a WINNING formulae for you and your Business.

Malcolm is a sought after MC for business and community events, Executive of Toastmasters Business Speaking Group, and a regular Guest/Motivational Speaker, Trainer and Presenter at various other events including a recent leadership summit for 1,000 participants.

Malcolm has lived in the Greater Port Macquarie area for over 35 years and is passionate about our community and our youth. He volunteered his time to run Master classes at the inaugural Luminosity Youth Summit in Port Macquarie and has designed and implemented self-development programs in High Schools to re-engage and motivate students to be the best that they can possibly be.

Malcolm truly loves helping people and this was evidenced by his Nomination for an Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in 2012 for his charity work with Foster Children.