Natasha Wallace

Conscious Leadership, Inclusion, Resilience & How to create a more Human Workplace
FEE : £1k – £3k+

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Natasha founded Conscious Works, a coaching and consulting company specialising in workplace wellbeing. As a well-known speaker and thought leader, Natasha is a leading expert on what leads people to feel and perform well at work.

As a former HR Director and with a background in organisational development, Natasha has worked across businesses of all shapes and sizes, including start-ups and professional services as well as large well-known brands like Clarks and Thames Water. Natasha has led many successful transformational change projects and has won awards for her progressive approach to leadership development. As a senior leader, she understands the challenges and complexity faced by modern day leaders and following her own burnout experience, she now works as a change facilitator and coach, supporting leaders and teams to optimise their performance without compromising wellbeing.

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As a former HR Director and with a background in organisational development, Natasha has worked across businesses of all shapes and sizes, including start-ups and professional services as well as large well-known brands like Clarks and Thames Water. Natasha has led many successful transformational change projects and has won awards for her progressive approach to leadership development. As a senior leader, she understands the challenges and complexity faced by modern day leaders and following her own burnout experience, she now works as a change facilitator and coach, supporting leaders and teams to optimise their performance without compromising wellbeing.

Featured Topics Include:

1
Creating a more human workplace

This talk teaches audiences about what employees want to experience at work. How leadership can often fail to meet our intrinsic human needs, and the impact this has on wellbeing.

Natasha covers the significance of conscious leadership in creating working environments that support people to do great work and how feeling safe, included and recognised is essential for our wellbeing and performance.

2
Leadership development

The modern workplace needs a new kind of leadership

Whether you’re leading yourself or others to success, organisations are waking up to the importance of Conscious Leadership.

It’s the leadership approach that leads to inclusive, resilient and high performing teams.

Do any of these challenges sound familiar?

“Our managers need the skills to drive sustained performance”

“We want to build resilient teams”

“Our leaders need support with navigating the current climate”

“I want to be a better leader and need to know where to focus”

“We want to support wellbeing, but we don’t know how to”

Masterclasses and Talks

Built around what leads to healthy and high performing teams, Natasha sets the record straight about what leadership has to be  in the modern context. As we recover from the global pandemic and look to build mentally fit teams, Natasha uncovers the fundamentals of what leaders now need to do to keep themselves and their teams on track.

It’s about Conscious Leadership and it starts with greater levels of self awareness and a greater focus on self care.

3
Inclusion

For cultures to be inclusive, leaders have to take a step back and allow others to shine. They also have to get comfortable with ’not knowing’ and be curious about what others have to say.

Natasha brings a fresh approach to the topic of inclusion. Beyond our own unconscious biases, Natasha discusses the significance of feeling safe, being able to speak up, and how leaders that partner create the foundations for inclusion.

4
Kindness, compassion and building your resilience

We are often our own worst enemies. This can stop us from reaching our full potential and achieving what we are capable of. It can also impact the extent to which we take care of our wellbeing.

In this talk Natasha explains how our internal conditions are just as important as the conditions around us for the way we feel and perform at work, and how self compassion and self care are vital for personal growth.

1
Creating a more human workplace

This talk teaches audiences about what employees want to experience at work. How leadership can often fail to meet our intrinsic human needs, and the impact this has on wellbeing.

Natasha covers the significance of conscious leadership in creating working environments that support people to do great work and how feeling safe, included and recognised is essential for our wellbeing and performance.

2
Leadership development

The modern workplace needs a new kind of leadership

Whether you’re leading yourself or others to success, organisations are waking up to the importance of Conscious Leadership.

It’s the leadership approach that leads to inclusive, resilient and high performing teams.

Do any of these challenges sound familiar?

“Our managers need the skills to drive sustained performance”

“We want to build resilient teams”

“Our leaders need support with navigating the current climate”

“I want to be a better leader and need to know where to focus”

“We want to support wellbeing, but we don’t know how to”

Masterclasses and Talks

Built around what leads to healthy and high performing teams, Natasha sets the record straight about what leadership has to be  in the modern context. As we recover from the global pandemic and look to build mentally fit teams, Natasha uncovers the fundamentals of what leaders now need to do to keep themselves and their teams on track.

It’s about Conscious Leadership and it starts with greater levels of self awareness and a greater focus on self care.

3
Inclusion

For cultures to be inclusive, leaders have to take a step back and allow others to shine. They also have to get comfortable with ’not knowing’ and be curious about what others have to say.

Natasha brings a fresh approach to the topic of inclusion. Beyond our own unconscious biases, Natasha discusses the significance of feeling safe, being able to speak up, and how leaders that partner create the foundations for inclusion.

4
Kindness, compassion and building your resilience

We are often our own worst enemies. This can stop us from reaching our full potential and achieving what we are capable of. It can also impact the extent to which we take care of our wellbeing.

In this talk Natasha explains how our internal conditions are just as important as the conditions around us for the way we feel and perform at work, and how self compassion and self care are vital for personal growth.

Individual-Speakers-Quote

We invited Natasha to speak to our Reading team regarding ‘Bridging Cultural Differences’, as part of our relaunch of our Women’s leadership Forum.  Natasha addressed the topic extremely well, bringing in her wealth of expertise in wellbeing and leadership.  She made the session informative, interactive and valuable to all.  The team were really enthused and participatory, more than I have seen them with any other speaker!

Michelle Noble - Director, Human Resources - Aspen Technology, Inc.

Individual-Speakers-Quote

We welcomed Natasha to Taboola’s EMEA office as part of a series of evening events run in conjunction with Like Minded Females. Natasha shared her own personal story in an incredibly engaging, honest and down to earth style, and then chaired a lively debate on “Balance vs Burnout – finding the harmony between work and personal life”. Attended by over 80 delegates, we received only positive feedback about the event, and I wouldn’t hesitate to work with Natasha again.

Steven Emms - Organisational Programme Director – Taboola

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