Penny Nesbitt is a highly experienced facilitator, speaker, author who specialises in culture and change management, and positive
leadership, motivating and growing people and productivity through a strengths-based approach.
Over many years, she has delivered workshops, lectures and motivational talks across AsiaPac to diverse groups of people from community
groups, medicine and social work undergraduates through to employees at all levels, from graduates to executive level, across a broad cross
section of private and public industry sector organisations. In June 2017, she published her first book Culture 101: the four keys to
thriving people and culture which has received great reviews on Amazon and Goodreads.
She has also appeared several times on radio national ABC, was interviewed on radio 2UE and for HR Daily, has MC-ed large charity events
and corporate conferences, has presented several masterclasses on culture and change at two Convergence (Change Management) conferences,
and has been a regular contributor to Westpac’s Ruby Connection website.
Penny has a reputation for presenting even complex material in a highly engaging, impactful, at many times light-hearted way, weaving
stories and anecdotes throughout her delivery. She is now a sought after guest speaker, facilitator and change management consultant and
regularly presents, facilitates and collaborates on the following topics:
- Culture + Change Management
- The Neuroscience of Change
- Postive Psychology and Strengths Based Leadership
- Team Building (minus the paintball)
- Imaginistics: creating a culture of creativity and innovation
- The Power of Storytelling at work
- Oy! Yo! You listening to me? (The real reasons we struggle with being good listeners)