It has been said that my speaking style is “direct, honest and searingly authentic”. That’s probably because I grab the bull by the horns and address the age old question of how to become a great leader, and what it takes to create an environment where success becomes effortless for both leaders and their teams.
Drawing on over 20 years of experience in the world of business and leadership, I openly share my own mistakes, successes and learnings in a way that provides a practical and informative look behind the curtain of what it really takes to become a transformational leader.
LEADING (YOURSELF) THROUGH CHANGE
Before you can become a great leader, you first need to learn how to lead yourself. This journey starts and ends with what’s between your ears.
RE-DEFINING YOUR ROLE WILL SET YOU FREE
From trapped, frustrated and chaotic to thriving and liberated – how to go from being the Chief Do Everything Officer to the Chief Executive officer.
SUCCEED OR FAIL, YOUR ENVIRONMENT HOLDS THE KEY
The right environment is the key to success – learn how to create an environment that leverages your most precious and finite assets: your time, focus and energy.
ATTRACTING, GROWING AND RETAINING TALENT
Building an outstanding team requires hard work, discipline and a healthy dose of self-awareness. Discover how to: attract talented people, spot and develop undiscovered talent in your organisation and create a strength based culture that develops your people in a way that benefits them, the business and ultimately your customers.
CLARITY ISN'T THE DESTINATION - IT'S THE STARTING POINT.
Start from a position of clarity and the path you need to take will be revealed. Don’t have a clear vision? Then prepared to be confused, overwhelmed and full of doubt.
THE LEADERSHIP IMPACT
Bad leaders crush talented staff and run businesses into the ground, and great leaders create an environment where talent can thrive and anything is possible. What impact is leadership having in your business?
Alex went above and beyond the brief. She was engaging and was very prepared in terms of the introductions for speakers. She was honest and open with the audience and provided personal experiences which resonated well. Alex was succinct and extremely well prepared for the conference. She was enthusiastic, authentic and had heaps of integrity. She connected very well with both the audience and speakers. Alex was incredibly easy to work with. We had a couple of calls prior to the event, but she seemed prepared before I even had those calls with her. She was laid back yet professional at the same time. I didn’t need to prompt her on anything and she was very aware of keeping to time and making sure that speakers had arrived in time for their sessions.
Alex has worked with Women & Leadership Australia at several of our women’s leadership events and has been a pleasure to work with each time. She has presented interactive keynote addresses on ‘Leading Through Change’ and recently participated in a panel discussion on elevating women in the workplace; she has perfectly nailed the brief for each event she has been involved with. She is honest and direct with her delivery, and shares both personal stories about her leadership career along with practical and applicable advice that delegates can take away and utilize at their workplaces immediately after the event. Alex is passionate and confident, with an engaging stage presence, and is incredibly easy to work with. We love working with Alex and would gladly recommend her as a keynote speaker.