Carol Brown: We are all human at the end of the day

Carol Brown:

Carol is a wife and mother to two boys, she also has a small business in Northland! Carol has a huge passion for people, leadership, and coaching and this is clear throughout our kōrero! 

Carol is the Microsoft Small to Medium Business Lead for New Zealand and Australia, she is also proud to represent Aotearoa on the Forbes Coaches Council! Carol’s experience in coaching is phenomenal; she is recognised as an ICF Certified Leadership Coach, DISC and EQ Consultant as well as just generally being a great human all to help coach people to thrive and be their awesome selves!

Carol talks to us about many things related to her wellbeing and provides us with numerous perspectives to think about growing and developing ourselves further! We talk about a range of topics including resilience, understanding where you’re at and being comfortable with the uncomfortable, how to maximise team cultures, the importance of genuinely caring and the ultimate truth that at the end of the day we are all human! 

We are so thankful to Carol for letting us share her story and for her sharing her knowledge and powering perspectives with us! Make sure you take the time for yourself to watch this interview and get curious about your wellbeing!


Action Points:

  1. Forbes Coaching Council website 
  2. Psychological Safety in the Workplace blog
  3. Why did wellness come so naturally in my 20’s, and get so hard in my 30’s blog
  4. How to Shift the Narrative of Mental Wellness in the Workplace blog 

Pst. You are the first to know about this event! 

This is not your ordinary run of the mill leadership or wellbeing event.
This, is ten amazing speakers.
Each speaking for ten minutes each.
To motivate.
To inspire.
To challenge perspectives.
To be impactful.
To create meaningful moments.
To send you on your way replenished, refocused and ready to lead more authentically and effectively.

We are inviting you to join us to reflect, connect, share, learn, cross pollinate and make change happen.