Tony Frost from South Africa. He is an expert in sustainable leadership and the author of the book ‘After the Rain’. He is founder and CEO of Sirocco Strategic Management and has been the CEO of WWF South Africa. 
"After spending about five years in a board level marketing position, and then 20 years as Human Resources Director, he founded Sirocco Strategic Management in 1996. Tony is a regular presenter at local and international conferences, on the subject of strategies in business and, in particular, the importance of people in making the strategy work. He has published After the Rain, a book on the subject of organisations and management. He also writes a regular column on environmental issues for a regional newspaper, and regularly talks on these topics on radio.
"He was CEO of the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) in South Africa from 2002 to 2007 and was on the WWF Global Operations Executive (The Charter Group), the WWF Global Conservation Programme Committee, the Percy Fitzpatrick Advisory Board and others." 
"He is currently on the Board of the South African Biodiversity Institute (SANBI), is CEO of the Queen's College Foundation and Chair of The Vulture Progamme." In 2012 he published Flight at Dawn a "book is structured around a visit to a wild life reserve by a father with two enthusiastic teenagers who are boiling to explore life. Tony uses the lessons, insights and experiences gained from their interaction with nature and witnessing the teenagers’ refreshing enthusiasm for the environment around them to illustrate strategies on how to make organisations and society function more productively and how to enhance personal development... This is an innovative book that shows the power of intuitive communication to highlight how life lessons are available to all of those who observe the behaviour of the flora and fauna encountered in the wild and how deep relationships with people and nature are crucial for our mental health and the wellbeing of society."