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Chief Conversationalist, Being More Human

Mentors in Newcastle

Michelle Crawford

Chief Conversationalist

Being More Human

Michelle Crawford is the Founder and Chief Conversationalist of Being More Human, a pioneering business dedicated to fostering humanity in the workplace. With a deep belief in the power of kindness, authenticity, and generosity, Michelle and her team specialise in psychological, HR, and organisational development consulting, with a focus on driving prosperity in three key areas: organisational prosperity, staff retention, and organisational culture. With over 25 years of experience, Michelle's work is underpinned by the well-researched understanding that leadership shapes culture, and culture drives results, a philosophy that has yielded remarkable outcomes for a diverse range of businesses.

Michelle's extensive expertise in HR and transformational coaching spans across more than 20 industries worldwide. Her passion for helping, developing, and inspiring others has led to the publication of several books and numerous speaking engagements on topics related to HR and leadership development. Michelle was honoured with the prestigious Coach Of The Year award at the AusMumpreneur 2021, a testament to her unwavering commitment to excellence. Throughout her career, Michelle has had the privilege of collaborating with numerous Australian businesses and leading global brands, including Kelloggs, Oxfam, Centennial Coal, and Food For The Hungry, among many others, leaving an indelible mark on each organisation she has touched.

Michelle's dedication to the transformation of individuals through the harmonisation of business, aid, entrepreneurship, and change is unwavering. Her passion for creating meaningful connections and driving positive change underscores her commitment to making a lasting impact on the world.

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