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Sarah
Cornally

Evolving leaders. Transforming organisation.

Profile

Described as a ‘frontier rider’, inspiring, challenging and provocative, Sarah Cornally is a compelling speaker, with a rich suite of real-life case studies that underpin her unique insights regarding how organisations - from their most senior leaders to the front line - create the environment for everyone to thrive.

Sarah's passion is to enable people to create what really matters to them, and to help organisations and leaders respond to challenge and change insightfully. As a sought-after executive consultant for over 30 years, Sarah focuses on the journey of transformation of leaders and organisations, enabling leaders to create results and engage with others in ways that invite the best people have to offer.

Sarah is someone who explores beyond the boundaries, searching for emergent ideas that leverage the way we live and work together. As a pragmatist, Sarah is interested in what works, and what doesn’t, in the real world. Bringing this to all her speaking engagements, Sarah’s focus is to give real take-away strategies and ideas with insights to make them work, ensuring her audiences walk away with a new knowledge they can apply.

Sarah was awarded the Nevin Award, the National Speakers Association of Australia’s highest award for outstanding contribution to the speaking industry in 2006.

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What Does Transformation Ask of Us?

Transformation is a confrontation in a way of who we are, what we believe and how we show up in the world. When you go through the transformation process, you become a bigger version of yourself, with an expanded perspective, and a much more robust capability. Watch this video where Sarah explains what transformation means for individuals and organisations

Commerce as a Creative Activity

Sarah Cornally explains that commerce is the ultimate creative activity that human beings will engage in - it is also the most challenging. Commerce, is about mobilizing ideas, resources and people - collectively they achieve more than they could as individuals.

What do we mean by ‘systemic’?

Sarah shares how we can access systemic intelligence, if we start listening to systems. Systems are a life force - they have a beginning, middle and end, a purpose, an evolutionary arc
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