Harry is the Founder & Director of Performance at Stotan Group and APAC Director for the Mission Critical Teams Institute.
Psychologist, author, and former SAS Team Commander: Anthony “Harry” Moffitt recently retired after nearly 30 years with the Australian Defence Force, most of which were spent with Australia’s elite Special Air Service (SAS) Regiment. He completed 11 active service deployments amassing nearly 1000 days on Special Operations globally, including being wounded in action in 2008 and repatriated to Australia due to his wounds.
Harry completed his time with the SAS as its Director of High-Performance. His 2020 memoir, Eleven Bats, a book about his military service and his love of cricket, has gone on to become a best seller.
Harry and his family are based in Melbourne where he practises as a psychologist and strategic advisor across sports, corporate, military, and other government organisations.
He has a Master of Psychology from Deakin University and attended the Harvard Business School Leadership Development Program. He is the founder and Director of Performance at Stotan Group – a human performance consultancy specialising in the individual, team, and organisational performance.
Harry is the Regional Director of the Mission Critical Teams Institute for the Asia Pacific region. In 2008 he founded the multi-million dollar and first-of-its-kind Wanderers Education Program, which provides 'in-service' education support to soldiers in preparation for transition. Additionally, he is the Victoria State Manager for the Wandering Warriors.
Harry has written broadly about human performance including leadership; SOF selection; human performance; gender equity in sport; and resilience. He has lectured at leadership institutions such as RMC Duntroon, AGSM UNSW, and Wharton Business School, high-performance organisations including SOG VICPOL, SOCOMD, and elite sporting groups including the Tennis Australia, AFL, and Cricket Victoria.
Harry is regularly invited to speak at public and private events to share his experience in elite teams, academic research, and business, including at the Australian Open, Australian Olympic Committee, Hello World global conferences, and the high-profile ANZAC Day Appeal in Melbourne. He has featured in the media promoting causes close to his heart including Australian and Afghan veteran welfare and education, and the support of transitioning veterans. Harry is also a proud ambassador of the LBW Trust.
Harry has extensive media experience, having presented on various podcasts, as well as appearances on the ABC’s The Drum and 7.30 Report, Channel 9, and Sky News.
Harry and Danielle, his wife of 27 years, have two young adult children. He is an AFL and cricket tragic, exhibitor, and singer-songwriter for the original SAS Rock band The Externals. Harry values integrity, humour, bricolage, and the Stotan philosophy.
“Harry cuts through the noise and gets to the real issues, unlike anyone I’ve ever seen.”
-Linda Fletcher, UNICO General Counsel