Human First Leadership Strategist, Keynote Speaker and Author
INSPIRE AND EMPOWER YOUR PEOPLE TO GREATER ENGAGEMENT AND PERFORMANCE.
Jaz takes audiences from laughter to tears in the space of two sentences.
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Jaz’s no nonsense approach to moving forward with positivity is solution oriented and encourages individuals to be the victor not the victim.
Jaz has a unique ability to help people and corporations reframe their stories and situations, bringing transformation in their work, life and communities. This is Jaz’s alchemy.
Jaz is highly recognised for the impact she’s had on the education and health sectors, galvanising and inspiring those around her. She has led national and international projects unlocking potential in leaders and teams and is now highly sought after by business leaders, corporations and governments wanting the same results.
It is fair to say that working with Jaz leaves a mark. She gives you the feeling you can do the impossible so that the next time you face adversity and challenge, you’ll be ready. In her TEDx Talk she re-storied her life as a broken child, highlighting the transformative power we have to make a difference. Jaz’s determination drove her from appalling abuse at the hands of her own parents to running away from foster care and life as a teen on the streets, to the resilience influencer she is today.
As a speaker, Jaz has a disarming ability to captivate her audience and share her story with humour and humility and without anger or bitterness. She invites people into a more authentic narrative around choice and agency, leaving individuals and organisations reporting an increase in determination and productivity.
Jaz’s ability to reframe means she sees the world in a unique way, which challenges and ignites those around her, lifting them out of what she calls ‘mindset poverty’ into previously unachievable outcomes.
Change won’t happen until your desire to make a difference is bigger, stronger and more powerful than your fear of trying.
“Jaz makes audiences laugh, cry and leave on a high.”
“Mummy knows lots of stuff. So does Daddy. Mummy probably knows a bit more.