Carly Wilkinson

Business Manager Impact Creation

Carly is passionate about how purpose, conscious leadership and aligning values helps leaders to foster their success and helps businesses to increase their productivity and sustainability. She works closely with leaders to meet their individual and group needs by designing and executing on culture transformation programs, helping them to fulfill their purpose through the development of conscious leaders, aligned teams and cultures of excellence.

With recent experience from within the financial services, technology, insurance, logistics, health care and not-for-profit sectors during her five years as regional business and project manager for Australia, Carly possesses practical experience in the strategic design of tailored leadership and top team development programs that is complemented by her specialist studies in leadership, innovation and the Asian market.

With 10 years working with boutique private wealth firms and as a client relationship manager at Broadcast Australia, Carly shaped her superior relationship and project management skills. Having gained experience working internationally in the United Kingdom, the United States and with not-for-profits in Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Costa Rica, Carly has developed a passion for working with diverse cultures and people.

Carly lives in Sydney, Australia, with her British partner and their two gorgeous daughters. Like most Aussies, she loves to travel the world, soak up the sun on the beach, and getting out for a run around the harbor.

Recent Posts by Carly
Creating Real Connection in Virtual Meetings: woman at her computer
Creating Real Connection in Virtual Meetings
By Carly Wilkinson
There is very little out there about creating real connection in virtual meetings. And that might be the thing we are missing the most about in-person workplaces. Learn how to check-in before each meeting to create real connection in virtual meetings.
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Areas of Expertise
  1. Leadership development
  2. Team development
  3. Culture transformation
  4. Design of culture transformation