Managing Director, Mim Bartlett Consulting
Mim Bartlett is a highly successful keynote speaker, facilitator, executive coach, collaborator and connector, with more than 19 years’ experience delivering career development, leadership and resilience programs and coaching that increase executive’s confidence, success and optimism for clients such as ANZ, Bluescope Steel and Aesop.
Mim is the creator of ChangeUp, a high impact leadership and wellbeing program focused on providing managers and executives with the tools to unlock the potential of their personal and professional success. Her programs inspire and support personal transformation, authentic leadership and empowering individuals to lead with greater confidence. She is also a devoted advocate for gender equality and empowerment.
Mim is a highly sought after keynote speaker inspiring and motivating others with her passion, warmth and energy to find and own their influence and to be the best they can be in all areas of their lives.
Mim Bartlett Consulting works across global markets with Associates in Asia, the UK and Europe. Mim has also spent six years living and working in China, Hong Kong and Singapore, ensuring her keen appreciation of cultural diversity. Fluent in Chinese, Mim’s experience working for various multinational companies in law, sales and marketing ensures her strong foundation to connect with a range of people across various industries.
Mim holds a double Law/Arts degree from Melbourne University, with a Major in Mandarin Chinese language. She has worked at King and Wood Mallesons in Melbourne and ABN AMRO (in-house) in Singapore, and has also worked in sports marketing and sales/marketing in consumer goods for six years in Hong Kong, Singapore and China. She is a qualified Gestalt psychotherapist and has Executive Coach and ACT qualifications.
Mim is one of the 2015 winners of the Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards. She is also deeply involved in social justice work as an advocate, fundraiser and mentor with several not for profit organisations including the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and the Human Rights Art and Film Festival.