Creating Conscious Leaders through Purpose and Intention
About Kathryn Maggs
Kathryn is an authority in helping executive leaders and their teams unlock their fullest potential through the creation of Conscious Leaders.
A leadership expert, specialising in Confidence Resiliency, Change and Conscious Leadership, she is passionate about teaching women how to live, love and succeed in life, as defined by them, allowing them to reach their full potential, through building confidence and preparing them for self-leadership and life transitions.
With over 20 years’ experience as a corporate leadership expert, Kathryn brings a different dynamic to her audiences through a balance of raw honesty and humour and the ability to find creative solutions through her energetic personality and persistent curiosity.
See below how you could be using Kathryn’s expertise.
- Conference keynote
- Panel discussions on any of her key topics
- Facilitation of Diversity & Inclusion programs
- Workshops advancing women in leadership through fostering confidence resiliency
- Workshops on creating conscious leaders
- Mentoring Programs for Conscious Leadership
Kathryn is a warm, intelligent and intuitive. I always walk away with several 'a-ha' moments and a strong sense of empowerment when I hear her speak. Her approach is holistic and her experience in this space is very evident. I highly recommend Kathryn.
Everything I could have hoped for and more. Kathryn opened doors and started conversations that I could never have imagined exploring. Sage yet practical advice.
Kathryn‘s keynote on "Closing the Confidence Gap" was amazing and inspiring. I found her content fresh and very easy to resonate with. She did a great job keeping the room engaged, even those who were on video conference in other states. I would highly recommend Kathryn for ‘real’ conversations in any organisation
What you will learn
- Learn the key contributors to eroding women’s confidence and how to identify the difference between externally and internally sourced confidence
- How to build confidence resiliency through understanding and developing internal sources of confidence
- How to create a culture of real inclusion and equity beyond diversity
- How do create the career success you desire through conscious leadership
- How to ask better questions which result in better answers and better result
Closing the Confidence Gap & Creating Liberty; is it the missing link to Equity & Diversity?
- 82% of women agree they miss out on executive opportunities due to lack of confidence to put themselves forward.
- 67% of women admit they need support building confidence at work.
- Analysis of 5 different studies testing the relationship between confidence (or overconfidence) and perceived leadership found confidence leads to an increased perception of leadership potential (even when the competency was not present).
With an increase in corporate programs designed to improve gender equality and increase leadership opportunities for women in the workplace, confidence remains the number one barrier to promotion and success, despite the huge annual investment of in leadership programs. But what if leadership training isn’t the problem? What if it’s that women are part of a bigger game where they don’t understand the rules, or they know some of the rules, but the rules weren’t made for them or the minorities? In this engaging, practical and interactive session, participants will unpack the current challenges and the 4 key contributors that erode women’s confidence. They will learn how to identify the difference between externally and internally sourced confidence and how to build confidence resiliency to create new rules and achieve success, success defined by them.
From Patriarchy to Liberty; through the creation of Conscious Leaders
- Women comprise 47.0% of all employed persons in Australia, the full-time average weekly ordinary earnings for women are 14.0% less than for men, women hold 13.7% of chair positions and 25.8% of directorships, and represent 17.1% of CEOs and 30.5% of key management personnel.
- 1 in 5 Australian’s have experienced race-hate talk.
- Almost 1 in 2 Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander have experienced discrimination or harassment in the workplace in the last 12 months.
- Almost 1 in 2 workers with a disability have experienced discrimination or harassment in the last 12 months.
- Almost 1 in 2 LGBTI have experienced discrimination or harassment in the workplace in the last 12 months.
- At only 38% stating ‘strongly support’, male workers are the least supportive of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Better Questions; Getting the best from you and your people in the midst of complexity?
- “Disruption is as great as we have ever seen it,” says Joe DePinto, CEO of 7-Eleven. “We are seeing all aspects of VUCA.” (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity)
- 72% of leaders are not ready to lead through complexity