Penny Nesbitt is a highly experienced facilitator, speaker, and author, who can often be found riffing on one of her favourite subjects – the practical application of brain science.
Drawing on this fascinating body of research, Penny looks at how organisations and individuals can leverage rock-solid, evidence-backed tools, skills and techniques to powerfully and positively impact corporate culture, leadership, productivity, change resistance, wellbeing, and even business development.
Over many years, she has delivered workshops, lectures and key notes across AsiaPac to diverse groups of people, from graduates to executive level, and 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.
Penny has appeared several times on radio national ABC, was interviewed on radio 2UE and for HR Daily and has emceed large charity events and corporate conferences. She has also presented a number of key notes and masterclasses on culture and change at the Convergence (Change Management) conferences, IP Australia, and the ACT Change Managers’ Community of Practice, and been a regular contributor to Westpac’s Ruby Connection.
She regularly presents, facilitates workshops and collaborates on the following topics:
• Brain science, leadership & change
• Positive Psychology and strengths-based leadership by
• Imaginistics: creating a culture of creativity and innovation
• Connect: the brain science of storytelling
• Talks That Matter