On a mission to humanise work and build courageous leaders.
Facilitator, Leadership Coach, Speaker, Podcaster; Author
Business and Finance, Change Management, Environment and Sustainability, Leadership, M.C. and Facilitator, Media and Communications, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Motivational Speaking, Organisation Change Management
What do you believe? What do you care about? What gives you energy? What does the world need more of? What do you need more of? What will be your legacy? What’s holding you back? What would you do if you weren’t afraid? What can you do? When can you start?
The quality of our life is determined by the questions we dare to ask ourselves, and the courage to answer them with wholehearted honesty.
For 20 years Kylie worked as a digital strategist and content marketer across fast changing business landscapes in retail, advertising, media and education.
Today, Kylie is the founder of coaching and educational organisation, Of Kin, As a certified facilitator of Dr Brené Brown’s Dare To Lead™, Daring Greatly™, and Rising Strong™ curriculua, Kylie spends her days building brave leaders and courage cultures in public workshops, inhouse faciltations, keynote presentations and one-on-one coaching. She is an accredited executive coach, consultant, facilitator, speaker, and author of The Leap Stories (book and blog) featuring stories of people who have taken courageous leaps in their working lives, and host of the In The Company podcast, insights on humanising work.
In 2018 Kylie was invited to join the faculty of Homeward Bound, a project to connect 1000 women in STEM from around the world over 10 years, As a visiblity faculty member, in 2019 Kylie spent three weeks in Antartica with the world’s largest ever all female contigent to the greatest of southern lands, to help 90 women in STEM from 26 countries raise the visiblity and impact of their work as it relates to positively impacting our planet.
In 2019 Kylie also trained with Al Gore to become a Climate Reality Leader, and actively seeks ways engage in the the systemic change required to transition our economies, businesses and lifestyles to zero carbon.
Over the past five years she has also worked with a national spa brand presenting content and social strategies at their annual conference for over 80 franchisees, been on the national touring panel for Australia Post’s women in business Tall Poppies breakfast, presented to over 200 independent jewellery businesses, spoken about visual storytelling to over 400 emerging businesses, delivered a rising strong keynote to 100 regional businesses women, had over 120 health insurance professionals explore the antaomy of trust over lunch, and was invited to join the Advisory Committee for the Victorian Government’s Small Business Festival.
Kylie wants to move people to think more deeply about the things that matter to them in the lives, and to build the courage to act in small ways, every day.
Kylie believes in the power of a good nap, beautiful paper brings happiness, in leaps of faith, that things only get better by being talked about, that business is personal, that vulnerability is a superpower and in choosing courage over comfort, always.