learn to THRIVE AT WORK & life
Being calmer, more connected, courageous and collaborative has huge advantages for ourselves, our teams and entire organisations.
Each conversation, challenge and opportunity has the power to catalyse our personal and professional growth. It’s how we choose to act in each moment that matters.
Dr Katherine conveys human behavior and mindset science in an innovative and humour filled way, helping us harness the skills to thrive at work and in life.
Dr. Katherine’s evidence-based programs deliver the knowledge and tools that help us become:
Solution-focused decision making
Stress-less agility between
life and work
Move from reactive to
Foster deeper connection
with yourself and others
I am the Director of the Dr Katherine brand and Co-Founder and Director of Corporate Health & Wellness for Advanced Human Imaging Limited - an ASX-listed company with a multi-million-dollar market capitalisation.
As a human, I personally understand how life's ups and downs can create a conflicted mindset, preventing us from reaching our goals.
And as Co-Founder (and former CEO) of a fast-growing tech company, I have observed how individual mindsets can act as either an accelerator, or a handbrake, to team performance.
It is for this reason that I developed my science-based approach to individual and team development, allowing people to 'hack' their mindset to bring out the best in themselves and each other, so they can thrive at work and in life.
Delivered a keynote speech on current continuous glucose monitoring and diabetes-related research during their annual symposium in Washington, DC.
Ran a 2-hour workshop for young girls to improve their relationship with food and boost self-esteem.
Delivered a three-part series on health and wellbeing at the Perth CBD library.
Delivered a 1-hour eye-opening talk about the catch-22 nature of confidence in an appearance-focused world.
Delivered a keynote on how to practically change your mindset when you’re in a sea of negativity.
5 minute segment on mindset with hosts Sarah Harris and Angela Bishop