About: Mimi Nicklin
“OUR CORPORATE WORLD IS ROCKY; SOCIALLY, POLITICALLY, FINANCIALLY AND EMOTIONALLY. WE NEED AN INTERVENTION.
A CEO, global Bestselling Author and Top 5 Podcaster, Mimi is an unstoppable force driving Listening Led Leadership across the working world.
Mimi is an unstoppable millennial thought leader driving the force globally for Listening Led Leadership and higher levels of empathy in our workplaces, and world. A best-selling author, the founder of the world’s first organisational empathy training platform and the CEO of her own ad agency, she is contagiously passionate about our need to reconnect humanism with capitalism for sustained success.
Aspirational yet accessible, with a charismatic and infectious screen presence, Mimi is a powerfully authentic keynote speaker and spends 50% of her time on stage and in workshops around the world each week. She has a high loyalty rate with her Fortune 500 clients and adapts all of her content to culture, country and organisational context to ensure your brand gets tailored content every time. Her keynotes focus on listening-led leadership, transformational management skills and emotional intelligence, communication skills, overcoming conflict, psychological safety and inclusive, connected multigenerational teams.
With over 60,000 people following her work online and having worked with clients as varied as Coca-Cola, Unilever, Standard Chartered, Cisco, Aditya Birla, Pfizer, Capgemini, Gitex, Daraz (Alibaba), the European Union, The Metropolitan Police Service UK, and the governments of Sri Lanka, Saudia Arabia and Dubai, she is a prominent force for driving change in how we engage and communicate.
Inspired by her debut podcasts’ success, which reached 85,000 people in Season 1 (voted as a Top 5 podcast in the United Arab Emirates.), Mimi has since launched her second storytelling podcast, ‘MimiYouYou’ which is growing at over 1000% across the world. She is frequently featured on other podcasts and live radio & TV including across the BBC networks and including shows such as the Harvard Business Review and Nokia. Her recent HBR podcast can be heard here. Wide coverage and content can be seen on her website www.miminicklin.com.