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Award-Winning Tech Executive, Author & Board Member

Distant is the new Diverse - engaging leadership from anywhere is key.

Aliza Knox is a seasoned executive who built and led APAC businesses for three of the world's top technology firms-Google, Twitter and Cloudflare.

Named APAC IT Woman Of The Year, and Top 100 Women in Tech (Singapore), Aliza is the best-selling author of “Dont Quit Your Day Job (Six Mindshifts to Rise and Thrive)”.

She spent decades as a leader in global finance, consulting and tech; and has real-life examples to back up her keynotes. As a board director, BCG advisor, and Forbes columnist, Aliza shares lessons learned with the next generation of business leaders tasked with guiding companies across new frontiers. Her experience leading Asia for global firms makes her an expert in taking the “r” out of “remote”- engaging employees across locations- pertinent to our new hybrid world.

Aliza has spoken internationally to corporate audiences including Visa, 3M and AWS on Leadership, Employee Engagement, Diversity, and Career Growth.

Talking Points

Leadership for a Hybrid World

This Keynote guides the audience through a series of best practices to engage employees effectively. She emphasizes clear communication and outlines strategies to increase a sense of connectedness. She focuses on managing feedback loops and personalized recognition to make employees feel valued and appreciated.

Six Mindshifts Empowering People to Rise and Thrive

Are employees flourishing at your company? Aliza has spoken with workers at all career stages to share up to six powerful mind shifts that help them rise and thrive professionally - and love their lives at the same time.

Women on Boards

As an experienced board member, Aliza covers allyship, corporate intention, training and mentoring, and highlights why gender diversity on boards is important and how to achieve it can be achieved.

She covers allyship, corporate intention and training, as well as mentoring. She also addresses specific steps boards can take and actions that board-interested women can take themselves.
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