Hard to believe 2017 has nearly come and gone. I am so proud to say, it was full of fun, new clients, new friends, new programs, new adventures and lots of amazing new memories made.
From filming the 'How can it be?' documentary early in the year to watching its debut on the Qantas flight only 7 months later (very surreal & cool). Once again, I had the privilege of delivering our programs and keynotes all around Australia, from the top end - Northern Territory, to the southernmost tip of the country - Tassy.
This year, I ventured across the ditch to one of my favourite places in the world - Queenstown, NZ, and I even had the honour of speaking at the first ever PA Summit in LA with ThinkTank Media. So many cool places, cool people and cool things to learn.
We continued in our quest to rid our workplaces of toxic behaviours, through delivering our signature ‘Combat Bullying Program’ (can you believe over 6,000 people now have attended this program!) as well as delivering many other masterclasses to develop leaders worth following and build workplaces worth belonging.
It has been a wonderful year! My two main highlights of the year however, has to be my trip to Cambodia for the AMB i4 Live Retreat where we worked with the RawImpact team to learn and help give generously back to a community in need, and ending the year by successfully delivering our first ever public program - 'Awesome Assistants Masterclass: Super-charge your career!' It was an absolute blast!
Here is a snapshot of our 2017 Year in Review!
From Su and I and the team from Human Incite, we want to thank you all for your ongoing support & love. We wish you & your loved ones a very happy & safe Chrissy break. Can’t wait to reconnect in 2018 for another exciting year ahead.
Take care, keep smiling!
BLYTHE ROWE & Her Life on Heels.
The founder & director of Human Incite, is widely recognised for her passion, energy and her ability to shake things up. Blythe is brilliant at revving-up productivity & performance in organisations. Her passion made her to be an advocate in creating sustainable behavioural changes & creating meaningful relationships both personally and professionally with her most recent Keynote 'Science of Connection'. Her enthusiasm simply is infectious.