ONTHEGO Sports Founder Mick Spencer takes out the 2016 Emerging Leader Award - ACT

ONTHEGO Sports Founder Mick Spencer takes out the 2016 Emerging Leader Award - ACT

We are super stoked that our young and fearless leader has been recognised for his leadership of our ONTHEGO team and wider community. So stoked in fact, that we sang ‘he’s a jolly good fellow’ in the office this morning.  
 
Mick Spencer, the Founder and CEO of ONTHEGO Sports has won the 2016 Emerging Leader Award for ACT.
 
The Australian Institute of Management Leadership Excellence Awards (ALEAs), held at the Rex Hotel last night, recognises and celebrates Australia’s most outstanding leaders.  
 
Spencer founded ONTHEGO Sports at age 21 with $250 to his name and now at 26, leads a staff of 11. Spencer says he has his team, customers and partners to thank for his success.
 
“Wow I did not expect that!”
 
“Thank you so much to my team who let me lead, our customers and partners, and every one of our supporters to date who help us push toward a vision to put a sports top in every cupboard.”
 
Despite taking out the top award for the territory, Mick states he has a long way to go.
 
“Leadership is something that continually fascinates me and one that I'm always keen to learn more and develop”.
 
Mick’s team at ONTHEGO sang ‘he’s a jolly good fellow’ this morning to congratulate him for the award. Mick still isn’t sure who nominated him for the award but is humbled by the recognition.
 
See more about the Australian Institute of Management Leadership Excellence Awards
 
https://www.aim.com.au/news/aim-leadership-excellence-awards-launch
 
For Mick to share his story at your next event, email: mollie@onthegosports.com.au 
 

Mick Australian Institute of Management awards
We are super stoked that our young and fearless leader has been recognised for his leadership of our ONTHEGO team and the wider community. So stoked in fact, that we sang ‘he’s a jolly good fellow’ in the office this morning.

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