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Molly Harvey

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Business thinker and globally recognised authority of women in business, leadership and cultural transformation

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Speaker Molly Harvey is a leading authority of women in business, leadership and cultural transformation. With her no-nonsense approach, Molly can make the complex simple. As an international speaker, she works closely with global corporations such as Santander and 3M and provokes audiences to think differently about the way they live and work.   

Why you should book speaker Molly Harvey

  • Molly is the ultimate leadership and cultural transformation expert: for almost two decades, she has been working together successfully with several Fortune 500 companies.
  • Her unique no-nonsense approach work marvellously. Her thought-provoking style helps audiences all over the world to reinvent their personal and professional lives
  • She delivers great keynotes for women in business and also offers executive coaching for women. As an expert of these topics, Molly can show you the essential habits of becoming an outstanding female leader.

With over 18 years of experience as a speaker Molly Harvey has given countless leadership keynotes at universities and also spoke at the United Nations in New York. As an established speaker, Molly possesses the ability to question and provoke audiences, encouraging them to think differently about their personal and work lives. Top global organisations like Bank of America and 3M greatly benefit from her great expertise of leadership and cultural transformation. Moreover, with her expertise in the topics Women in Business and Leadership, Molly also offers great keynotes and coaching for female executives and leaders. 

Currently, Molly is a Board Advisor of the Global Angels Foundation, a charity committed to transforming disadvantaged communities all over the world. Since 2012, she is a member of the Fountain, an alliance of indigenous elders and economists from the western world dedicated to restoring a sacred world economy. Moreover, she was also the first National Woman President of the Professional Speakers Association and a founding member of the Association of Transformational Leaders Council.

As a best-selling author, Molly published 8 books and produced a wide range of CD’s, podcasts and E-books. With more than 23 years of experience of engaging people, communities and organisations, Molly firmly believes that as a company you have to link the head, heart and soul of the business and develop their people to achieve sustainable success: “Don’t Talk About It, Just Be It.”

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Habits of Outstanding Women Leaders

In this thought-provoking keynote, speaker Molly Harvey will share insights as to why your habits can determine your future. Sometimes, these habits can really get in the way to move to the next level in the organisation: Molly is here to help to change your habits. You will discover: 

  • The habits that could currently be holding you back.
  • Strategies and tips on how you can change those habits.
  • A deeper understanding of your strengths as Women Leaders.
  • Nine daily disciplines that will accelerate your career.
  • Practical ways on how you can hold yourself accountable.
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Keynote by Molly Harvey @ FLP Training Febuary 2017

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How did you get the name the Corporate Soul Woman?

I was speaking in Minneapolis,USA at the 3M Headquarters and after one of the keynote speeches, a member of staff approached me and said I think they should call you the Corporate Soul Woman because you speak with heart and soul.

What is the message you hope people will take away from your presentation?

Delegates will take away very practical tips, ideas and strategies that can be implemented into the business straight away. I am known for my no nonsense, straight talking approach.

Do you have a favourite experience from your speaking career?

One of my favourite speaking experiences was without doubt when I addressed a group of Young World Leaders at the United Nations in New York.  My speaking topic was called, how to lead with soul in the 21st Century.

How do you prepare for speaking engagements?

I spend a lot of time before the speaking engagement, collaborating and engaging with the client, getting to know their culture and needs, so as when I work with them, the synergy of any keynote or master class fits exactly with the clients theme and culture.

How have your life experiences shaped the messages you deliver in your presentations?

I passionately believe I was being prepared as early as six and seven years of age to do what I do today. I grew up in Southern Ireland and even at six years old I felt something deep inside was calling me to speak. My life experience of working across such diverse cultures from Corporate to Humanitarian has helped to shape my current ideas of where the world is currently at with leadership and culture change. Diversity and Tenacity has been two of the key ingredients that have shaped me.

What are some of the necessary elements for successful leadership?

  • Leadership to me is all about presence, impact and results. Leadership is about how you show up every moment of the day.
  • Leaders of the future need to develop their inner as well as their outer capacity to deal with these complex times.
  • The key to leadership is connecting to and with the people you lead.
  • Outstanding leaders take focused action each day towards the long term vision.

How are your keynote presentations unique?

Companies have said I have a unique ability to simplify information that at first can seem complicated. I use a questioning approach which is very unique during keynotes and master classes. Sir Eric Peacock has described my skill as ‘rare, challenging and insightful enabling leaders, CEO’s and delegates to have light bulb moments that create lasting change’.

When is cultural change necessary?

Cultural change is necessary because it has a significant impact on performance. The first step to culture change is understanding what the leaders in the organisation want. Changing the organisational culture requires time, commitment, planning and proper execution and it can be done. As Lou Gerstner once said “Culture is not just one aspect of the game, it is the game”.

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