Aaron Manogue SEO Specialist/Webmaster,Ominpress
Aaron has been in the world of Social Media and Search Engine Marketing for 5 years. He has worked for a multitude of industries from Fortune 200 companies to “Mom & Pop Shop”s. Aaron has a passion for all things social media and search engine marketing and loves being able to show others the endless possibilities. Currently, Aaron proudly works at Omnipress where he partners with associations and not-for-profits to assist them with their scholarly publications, conference and training needs. As a result, Aaron has had a lot of exposure to the Not For Profit sector. You can find Aaron at www.omnipress.com
Alison Gordon, Vice President Strategy, Marketing & Communications at Rethink Breast Cancer.
As a founding board member and head marketing cheese for Rethink Breast Cancer, Alison Gordon has been integral to the vision and growth of Canada’s most innovative breast cancer charity. Named one of Canada’s Top 10 Marketers by Marketing magazine, Gordon is acclaimed for “thinking differently” and inspiring a new generation of young breast cancer supporters – a previously untapped demographic compelled by Rethink’s irreverently topical messaging and breakthrough fundraising initiatives.
Axel Schultze, CEO at XeeMe Corp.
Axel Schultze is founder and CEO of XeeMe Corp. a social media presence management software company helping people to organize, share and monitor their social presence. He is also founder of the Social Media Academy providing business focused social media education. Schultze is a published author of “Channel Excellence” a comprehensive book about channel management and a frequent speaker at industry events in the US, Europe and Australia. In 2008 he won the SF Entrepreneur Award. He chaired the SaaS Channel Committee at the SIIA, was an earliy adviser of LinkedIn in 2003 and is chairman of the Social Business Consulting Group.
Prior to XeeMe he was founder and CEO of Silicon Valley based BlueRoads, one of the most successful SaaS based Channel Management Software companies, where he invented a new method of lead distribution and was granted patent 9514997 by the US Patent Office. Before that he was founder and CEO of Infinigate one of the largest Internet Security provider in Europe, (today over $100 Million in revenue). In 1983 he was founder of Computer 2000, the most successful European computer distributor, which grew to $5 Billion in revenue and merged with TechData in 1998.
Ayelet Baron, Principal The Community Roundtable
If you want to understand how to drive your business strategy, Ayelet brings hands on experience of effectively implementing business and sales strategy through people and an innovative approach to integrating social media tools to drive solid business results. She is a strategist who helps leaders address the complex choices they face – in strategy, sales, marketing, operations, people, governance and social media – and the impact of their decisions. Her pragmatic and global experience helps leaders navigate through complexity and she has earned a reputation for unlocking innovative, new world business solutions.
Ayelet speaks regularly at industry conferences on social business, online communities, generations at work, the future of work and global business strategy. She also shows youth in Africa how to change their destiny by using social media tools. She has served as an executive at Cisco in multiple global roles, a strategic consultant and as an entrepreneur.
Ayelet was recently on the Executive Leadership Team of Cisco Canada, leading strategy and transformation and helped position Canada as the second largest revenue generating country for Cisco. Prior to that she was on the executive team of Cisco’s Emerging Markets. She brings a truckload of successes and failures she learned from, with more than 16 years of industry experience and over 12 years of global leadership experience at Cisco. Ayelet was selected as a Cisco Leadership Fellow, where she developed a social networking handbook for social good to improve community building and information sharing. Prior to Cisco, she was a consultant managing the development, implementation and measurement of key initiatives and programs for clients embarking on major change communication initiatives .
Her articles are published in industry publications and she recently wrote a guest chapter on Social Media: Boomers and Generation Y for the updated book, Fuse. She also contributed a chapter on business strategy, which was published in a Jossey-Bass book, The IABC Handbook of Organizational Communication.
Ayelet holds a B.A. from York University, Toronto, where she majored in political science and minored in theatre. She has a M.A. from Hebrew University of Jerusalem with a major in political science and minor in communications. She has an ABD from the University of Toronto in political science.
Brandie McCallum, Community Manager (Sensei) and Director, Social Strategy (Internet Media Labs).
Brandie is a connector, a communicator, and a social media strategist, using twitter as her sounding board, the start of many relationships and the place to gain insights. Community Manager for Sensei she has helped open the accessibility and personality of the brand. Along, with working with the amazing team at Sensei, She has taken on the role of Director of Social Strategy with Internet Media Labs and will be overseeing the explosive launches of Chirpaloo and SeeSaw. Partnering with Tim McDonald, to work with developing a space for community managers to share, learn and grow, they produce MyCmgr.com & the new conference series #cmgrUN
Chanelle Schneider, Freelance Social Media Consultant, Blogger, Writer, Graphic Designer and Founder of GenYchat.
Chanelle Schneider is the Founder and Moderator of #GenYChat where the traditional online focus group is modernized, discussing a range of topics among Generation Y, Generation X and Baby Boomers on Twitter. She is often traveling to and from conferences and is never without her ‘Droid. Chanelle has served as Social Media Strategist on national initiatives while guest blogging and designing WordPress sites and marketing collateral. Find her on LinkedIn.
Christine Mcleod, Chief Possibilities Officer at Impact People Practices.
Prior to launching IMPACT, Christine was a senior HR executive and Operations leader for a luxury Hotel Management company and a 20,000 person Resort Operations company. She also managed the opening and ongoing operation of a $4.5 million retail store in Whistler with a team of over 60. Christine’s vision is to grow Impact People Practices into THE trusted adviser to go to for all things related to “HR of the Future”. She is doing that by bringing together a team of experts in Coaching, Technology, Social Media and Branding, as well as a network of talented HR professionals to make the jump from people to results. Christine also founded IMPACT99 in 2011, Canada’s first Social Media + HR conference- now in its second year.
Colleen Young, Outreach and Community Manager, VirtualHospice.ca; Founder, Health Care Social Media Canada (#hcsmca).
Colleen Young builds online patient communities that thrive. She is the Founder of Health Care Social Media Canada (#hcsmca) – a community of more than 5000 people who share with and learn from each other via social media tools to make health care more open and connected. She is the Outreach and Community Manager of Canadian Virtual Hospice, an online community for people living with life-limiting illness, facing the end of life, loss and grief.
Colleen is a community and social media conduit who listens, connects, informs and constantly learns. She believes that engaged patients and providers can leverage technology and the knowledge of the community collective to be the driving force that will build confidence in peer-to-peer health care and participatory medicine.
Colleen is a communication specialist who takes particular interest in writing clear, easy-to-read literature for people with cancer, survivors and caregivers. Working closely with healthcare professionals, government agencies, cancer support organizations and patient advocates, Colleen helps ensure people get the information and support they are looking for through the written word.
Colleen delivers engaging presentations and workshops on community building, social networking and online peer-to-peer health care. Recent speaking engagements include Health Achieve 2011, Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology (CAPO) 2011 and 2012, Canada Health Infoway’s Clinician Peer support Network Symposium, Social Media Week Toronto 2012, Consumer Health Information Providers Interest Group (CHIPIG), and Moderator Training Workshop for the Canadian Cancer Society. She will also be presenting this fall at Medicine 2.0 in Boston and 19th International Congress on Palliative Care in Montreal.
Cristina Falcão Technical Translator and Pharmaceutical Chief Science Officer
Cristina Falcão is a Portuguese lawyer, pharmaceutical chief science officer and technical translator with twenty years experience in the pharmaceutical industry. Fluent in six languages, Cristina is the founder of Cristina Falcão Translations, focusing on medical and pharmaceutical translations, ensuring that new drugs and medical devices will have marketing authorization in Portugal. Cristina is also a regular contributor to Pharma iQ and her articles are much commented in social and professional networks. Cristina is also an expert with pharmaceutical supply chain management, especially with cold chain, and qualified in Change Management Control for the pharmaceutical industry. You can find Cristina on Pharma iQ, Linkedin and her website.
Daniele Thibodeau Ph.D PMP, Principal Consultant, Business Excellence.
A certified Project Manager Professional (PMP) with twenty years experience in the pharmaceutical industry, Daniele is a trained research chemist with strong background in project management. Fluent in English and French with proven skills for leadership, collaboration, organization and communication. Daniele improves process ownership across the business by supporting the modeling, management and organization of processes to respond to the business needs. Daniele also enhances business process effectiveness and efficiency by improving process integration from R&D to Sales including IT. Daniele credits the development and maintenance of her skills to her work opportunities but more importantly to the wonderful challenge of dealing with two bright teenagers.
David Bradfield, Director, Marketing & Social Strategy, SapientNitro
David Bradfield leads the Social Strategy team at SapientNitro, an integrated marketing and customer experience agency. He is based in Toronto, but drives service integration across the central (Detroit, Chicago, Minneapolis) and west regions (San Francisco, Los Angeles). He specializes in digital communication strategy and social business consulting, helping organizations plan and manage relationships and reputation across multiple channels.
David regularly contributes to business development initiatives and advises the company and its clients on the next great frontiers of innovation in digital communication, social and earned media.
Prior to joining SapientNitro, David launched and led the digital, social and emerging media teams at Fleishman-Hillard (Omnicom) in Canada and New York. He also served as global chair of the firm’s Digital practice supporting growth across North America, Europe and Asia.
Over the course of his 17-year career, he has earned a reputation as a thought leader and pragmatic professional known for his sound counsel and calm confidence.
Deborah Lockhart, Director of Operations at The Language Shop.
Deborah Lockhart is the director of operations of The Language Shop, a full service language solutions provider offering translation, interpreting, editing, proofreading, transcription, desktop publishing and voiceover recording and dubbing in all languages and all areas of specialization including legal, financial, entertainment, film and media, online games, medical, website localization and more. Since childhood, she excelled in languages with English as her native language. She works to preserve the standard in all languages and dialects and the respective cultures with which they are associated. Since graduating in 1985 from the University of the West Indies (Mona Campus) with an Honors Degree in History with (French and Spanish) Language and Literature, she launched her career in translation and interpreting in Antigua and Barbuda where she provided translation and interpreting services to government offices such as the Elections Office, the Office of the Prime Minister, the Ministry of Legal Affairs, the Ministry of Public Works, the High Court and Magistrates Court, et al. She translated and interpreted for the Venezuelan and US Embassies and for various law firms, medical practitioners, media and advertising and commercial entities. After nine years, she moved to New York, USA where she obtained Certificates in Translation and in Court Interpreting at NYU SCPS. She worked as a freelance translator while serving for about a decade as a legal secretary in New York City law firms. In 2006, she established The Language Shop where she directs project managers and their teams in every time zone to provide top quality language support to the Company’s diverse, worldwide clientele on a full time basis.
Deborah speaks English, Jamaican Patois and various other Caribbean dialects, Spanish, French and basic Arabic. Her interests are pets, gardening, language and culture, film, food and entertaining. For more information, visit The Language Shop.
Henry Ford is an author, speaker, consultant, and publisher.
His background includes thirty-six years employment with a world leader in earthmoving equipment manufacturing, including numerous, diverse, and challenging experiences adapting to the corporate culture of General Motors, White Motors, Daimler-Benz, Volvo, Clark Equipment, Clark Michigan, and Hitachi. Henry survived numerous downsizings and reorganizations, fueled by foreign competition, declining demand and ownership changes. Despite these and other challenges, Henry worked his way through nine career levels, and upon retirement was retained as a long-term consultant. His employment experiences and nearly four decades of community service and business ownership help provide the foundation of his message.
Henry returned to school at age 49, graduating magna cum laude with a degree in Business/Communications, while simultaneously beginning a second career as an author, speaker and consultant. He inspires his audiences through personal examples, historical references and insightful vision. A strong supporter of youth, he encourages and inspires youth leaders to establish the direction and momentum to create positive change, encouraging them to make wise choices and teach others of their generation to do likewise. He challenges people of all ages through speeches, workshops, books, VISIONS Newsletter, and a collection of inspirational and educational public service messages shared around the world.
A strong supporter of family, Henry uses his background to uplift his immediate and extended family. An original member of the founding chapter of his family’s reunion, he established the family’s scholarship fund, newsletter and web site. Service to family represents only a small portion of a long history of community service, including several years volunteering with REACT, supporting law enforcement efforts to keep our streets safe. Other service includes several years volunteering as a speaker for the Hugh O’Brian Youth Foundation (HOBY), and over two decades of active involvement in BDPA Information Technology Thought Leaders.
Henry is a former board member of NAIC’s Northeast Ohio Council, where based upon his efforts, he was recognized nationally with the distinguished IEI award. Recognition of his work in investment education resulted in his appointment as Deputy Director of the 9th Street Project’s 1000 Churches Program. Henry’s efforts were recognized in the book It’s About The Money.
Recognized by the late author Alex Haley and five former members of Congress, Henry is the holder of numerous awards including NAIC’s Investment Education Award, Who’s Who in Black Corporate America, Excellent Service in Education, Member of The Year BDPA-Cleveland, Achievement in Life Award, Who’s Who Worldwide, Bud Strong Achiever Award and others. He is a member of the Mt. Zion Church of Oakwood Village.
Julie Cole, Co Founder and Vice President of Mabels Labels.
Julie is the mother of six and a co-founding VP of Mabel’s Labels, the leading provider of labels for the stuff kids lose! After her eldest son was diagnosed with autism, Julie shelved a legal career to monitor his therapy and launch a business that would strike a better work/life balance. Mabel’s Labels has since grown from basement start-up into an award winning, celebrity endorsed, international phenomenon. As company spokeswoman, Julie is well-known amongst North American mom entrepreneurs and her dynamic personality has led to numerous speaking engagements, from university business classes to TV appearances including Canada AM, Breakfast Television, The Marilyn Denis Show,
Metro Morning, CH Morning Live, Better TV, The Mom Show, Fox 5 San Diego and WGN’s Midday. She is a syndicated blogger for modernmom.com, PTPA Media, Yummy Mummy Club, and her company’s Mabelhood blog. Her writing has also appeared in Chicken Soup For the Soul – Power Moms and numerous websites. Follow Julie on Twitter @juliecole.
Karen Dietz, Business Owner & Social Media Curator.
As the owner of Just Story It, Karen’s passion is to help companies grow their business through the power of storytelling. Karen is an experienced in narrative practice and business consulting, training, and facilitation. In addition to corporate work, Karen is a trained storyteller, story coach to senior executives, and the former Executive Director of the National Storytelling Network. Karen has worked in business for over 25 years, and clients include Fortune 500 companies, business leaders, and community advocates. Industries include financial services, travel, entertainment, technology and non-profits.
Kelly Kim, Co-Founder of Twylah.
Kelly Kim is co-founder of Twylah – a startup media company and content marketing platform. A popular guest on top blogs, chats, radio shows, and more, Kelly is known for her knowledge of new media business and her leadership in marketing for big brands and celebrities.
Kelly received a Bachelors and Masters degree in the liberal arts from Northwestern University.
Lisa Cash Hanson, CEO Mompreneur Mogul
Lisa Cash Hanson is a powerful motivational speaker, social media strategists and the author of the “Get Famous The Most Amazing Mom Bloggers Resource On The Planet“. She was recently featured on Yahoo! Shine viewed by over 1.5 million people, named Circle of Mom’s Top 25 Mom Tech Blog & Blogtrepreneur’s Top 40 Mompreneurs to follow on Twitter. Lisa is the founder of Mompreneur Mogul an award winning blog where business and inspiration meet. She hosts a weekly vlogging Q & A and inspires bloggers and entrepreneurs to chase their passion. Her weekly Newsletter is packed with tips for those who want to make money blogging and get media attention for their blogs
Marcus Sheridan, Partner at River Pools and Spas and Founder of The Sales Lion.
In 2001, Marcus stumbled across his first business with two friends and began installing swimming pools out of the back of a beat-up pickup truck. 9 years later, and with the help of incredible innovations through inbound and content marketing, Marcus Sheridan’s company became one of the largest pool installers in the country and currently has the most visited swimming pool web site in the world.
With such success, in late 2009, Sheridan started his sales/marketing/and personal development blog—The Sales Lion, and has since grown it to one of the strongest blog communities on the web. With so much success teaching others about content and inbound marketing, Sheridan has now moved on to become a very popular keynote and business speaker, known for his boundless energy and contagious enthusiasm when on stage.
Marilyn Hyder, Executive Producer at Voice America.
Marilyn is a passionate award winning journalist, who has spent her entire career in radio as a reporter, anchor and producer in San Diego and Phoenix. Marilyn feels her timing at VoiceAmerica couldn’t be better. Having gone through the transitions, technological challenges and downsizing of terrestrial radio, Marilyn recognizes the value of the programming and opportunities VoiceAmerica offers to the professional who wants to share their message in the fun world of radio. Marilyn has covered Presidential appearances, the World Series and Superbowls. Speaking of Superbowl, she is proud that VoiceAmerica is the only internet broadcast network to be sanctioned by the NFL Alumni committee. That opportunity in and of itself is an entrée to the sports world for a variety of hosts and guests. Marilyn started in radio while attending Phoenix College and working at the public radio station in Phoenix. She moved to San Diego to complete her degree with a focus in television, but soon found she missed the world of radio. While getting her Bachelor of Science Degree in Telecommunications and Film at San Diego State University, she worked as a host and producer at KPBS-FM, the public radio station in San Diego, as well as KBEST-95, a commercial oldies station in San Diego. After graduating from SDSU, Marilyn worked more than six years at KPBS -FM and then moved over to the news rooms at KFMB-AM and KOGO-AM , the two top news talk stations in San Diego. One of Marilyn’s treasured radio experiences was during her time at KPBS-FM. Marilyn co-produced an annual Tournament of Roses Parade broadcast specifically designed for a sight impaired audience. Marilyn enjoys the team effort behind a successful broadcast. She enjoys talking with people and is excited to share their passion on VoiceAmerica.
Michael Q Todd, The Green Net Guy from Tokyo, Twitter Strategist, Co-Founder ToolsChat
Michael believes the internet will save the planet by spreading and enhancing consciousness , breaking down national borders and conflicting interests and bring economic parity. Michael is focused on mastering the tools of the internet in order to promote the cause of a sustainable economy governed by a single responsible body representative of all peoples.
Michael is a teacher about using the internet, a business partner and a leader living his dream of saving the planet with total passion and purpose. With over 60,000 Twitter followers, he may just save the planet!
Mike Elgan, The World’s Only Lovable Technology Writer.
Mike is a Silicon Valley-based writer, columnist and blogger, covering technology and culture. His work appears all over the place, most frequently Computerworld, Datamation, Cult of Mac, PC World, InfoWorld, MacWorld, CIO Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle and The CMO Site. Mike is also the #7 Most Recommended Person to Follow on Google+ (as voted by users)!
Pam Ross, Chief Experience Officer
Pam Ross has spent more than 15 years leading teams and programs in Operations and Human Resources for customer-oriented businesses. During her time working for large and growing corporations, she was involved in building culture and improving employee engagement from a strategy and program development perspective. She discovered a talent for translating strategy into execution, inspiring action, developing leaders, and creating people programs that drive positive customer experience, which she is extremely passionate about. This passion has become her business’s mission: to ignite exceptional customer experiences from the inside out. She is doing this by helping companies build more social and customer-centric cultures through training, leadership development, and other people programs. Pam has developed a very engaged community on social media and has also become a sought-after speaker about Social Media Magic for HR. She is also a Partner and Producer of Impact99: Canada’s Social Media + Social HR conference, now in its second year.
Peter Aceto, CEO at INGDirect Canada
Peter Aceto, President and Chief Executive Officer of ING DIRECT Canada since 2008, is a passionate leader and committed savings advocate. His career with ING DIRECT began in Canada more than a decade ago as a founding member of its senior leadership team.
As the senior leader of ING DIRECT Canada, Peter provides his relentless focus on delivering an outstanding customer experience and the cornerstones of success for ING DIRECT: maintaining a simple and efficient business model, working with management to develop and evolve an innovative, winning and adaptable strategy, managing risk, return and growth; and building an ever strengthening team to execute the company’s vision. Peter believes culture centred leadership drives a more engaged workforce and increases business results.
Peter was most recently a member of the ING DIRECT USA executive committee and responsible for sales, marketing and corporate communications. Prior to that, he held the posts of Chief Risk Officer, Chief of Staff and Chief Lending Officer. While in the U.S., Peter championed the company’s philanthropic activities which focused on providing opportunities to underprivileged children across the country and around the world.
Peter is actively involved in the community. He was a Board Member and champion for Habitat for Humanity, the ING DIRECT Kids Foundation, the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce among others and is currently on the Business Development Committee of Mt. Sinai Hospital and is a Member of the Council of Governors of i-Canada dedicated to helping Canada be a world leading “intelligent nation”.
Peter was recognized as the 2010 Communicator of the Year by the Toronto Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators, an award presented to a Toronto-area leader who demonstrates excellence in communications. Under his leadership, ING DIRECT was recognized as one of Canada’s 50 Best Employers for two consecutive years, 2010 and 2011; as well as one of Canada’s Top 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures in 2011.
Peter achieved his Bachelor of Law in May of 1994 from the University of Western Ontario, where he also earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology in 1991. He lives in the Toronto area with his wife and three children.
Sean Moffitt, Engagement Council MaRs Discovery District, President & Chief Evangelist WildFire Strategy and Communications Inc.
SEAN MOFFITT is author of the 2011 award-winning book – Wikibrands – Reinventing Your Company in a Customer-Driven Marketplace , Managing Director or the Wikibrands customer engagement consultancy and President, Agent Wildfire Strategy & Communications Inc., a leading new media, social influence, word of mouth and customer engagement firm based out of Toronto, Canada.
Sean has been called “Canada’s leading visionary for the intersection of business, brands and new media”. He is also an internationally respected and connected business change agent, web expert and sought-after speaker, passionately lecturing at corporations, associations and universities throughout the world on cultural trends and the reinvention of marketing and business. He also works to launch the next generation of Canadian innovative companies through his executive advisory work at The MaRS Centre.
He has dissected and studied how the best businesses and brands put their “digital pants” on in the morning which has led to the critically acclaimed book Wikibrands, published by McGraw-Hill. Don Tapscott, famed author of Wikinomics, has described it as an “important perhaps seminal book”. Booklist has placed it on its list of top business books for 2011. Wikibrands has now turned into a full-fledged consultancy helping companies navigate the landscape of the new digitized and collaborative business environment. Wikibrands has also extended itself into a collaborative research project Wikicauses – the future of no-for-profits, CSR and NGOs.
With one foot in traditional business and another in new digital worlds, he has previously led the efforts behind established brands Molson, Guinness and Procter & Gamble in executive roles and now partners with many Fortune 500s and startups as an evangelist for web-enabled customer engagement and collaboration in business.
Sidneyeve Matrix Assistant Professor, Media & Film at Queen’s University; Social Media Developer; Speaker and Publisher.
Sidneyeve Matrix is Queen’s National Scholar and Assistant Professor in the Department of Media and Film at Queen’s University. She teaches courses in mass communications, marketing, digital and social media for undergrads, and in the Queen’s School of Business Executive Development Centre and for Rutgers University Center for Management Development. She is an Educator in Residence at The Centre for Teaching and Learning at Queen’s, and the recipient of the OUSA Award for Excellence in Teaching at Queen’s University, by the Alma Mater Society and the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance.
Sidneyeve has a Masters degree from The University of Western Ontario, a graduate certificate from Syracuse University, and a PhD from The University of Minnesota. She is an Associate Editor (social media) of The Journal of Professional Communications and on the editorial boards of The International Journal of Interactive Multimedia and The Canadian Journal of Popular Culture.
Sidneyeve also works as a social media developer helping brands increase their digital IQ, at MatrixMediaFX. She sits on Marketing magazine’s Editorial Advisory Board. She is a regular digital trends analyst for national media outlets, including CBC News and CBC Radio, CTVGlobeMedia, The Canadian Press, Sun Media, CanWest Global, and many regional newspapers and radio broadcasts. Her educational technology initiatives and research have been featured in University Affairs Magazine, Macleans Magazine, Yahoo!, MSN.ca, Canada.com, The Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, and elsewhere.
Simon Hamer, Digital Manager
Simon is a professed career morph having worked in a variety of roles.
Simon is a Social Media Strategist with a focus on Social Media Management and Personal branding expert. Here is Simon’s perspective on social media:
“When you start off in social media it can be a lonely place. You feel as if no one wants to know you. Or was it just me ?
There’s a lot of shouting very loudly on social media and a lot of “white noise” created, but you do not need to shout to be heard on social media. I’ll show how you still can be heard quietly through social media.
A very wise man once said to me “You will only properly be heard by another business person if they already know, like and trust you” …so I adapted, I found many new ways to help other people.
Once they know you, you can work on getting them to like you. After the “know and like” are done the trust bit comes along a lot more easily.
For anyone doubting this principle, that is why I am here now.
The tips, tricks and what I consider my strangest discovery, I’ll save for the radio show.”
Tanya Kracovic, Business Consultant, Change Strategy & Transformation.
Tanya is a passionate and committed change leader, a master enabler, often called out as a pioneering spirit. Tanya’s clients are progressive companies interested in benefiting from my creative strengths. Tanya subscribes to 3 simple leadership truth: the power of a solutions focus; awareness of intent in all business interactions; and walking the talk.