Kieran Flanagan

Kieran Flanagan
  • Title: Author | Speaker | Thought Leader
  • Company: The Impossible Institute


Change: Transformational Leadership | Creative Problem Solving | Critical Thinking 

Kieran Flanagan is a speaker, author & thought leader who helps leaders and teams make positive change & make change positive through:

–   Transformational Leadership

–   Creative Problem Solving

–   Critical Thinking 

Rated in “the top 25 C-Suite Speakers to watch,” by Meetings & Conventions USA, and drawing comparisons to “Edward De Bono” and “Melissa McCarthy,” Kieran helps you laugh while you learn to unlock your genius, lead the change you wish to see in the world and discover how to “think different”. She has worked with professional services firms – training their future leaders, with the UN in Singapore – developing strategies to fight human trafficking in Asia, has run innovation programs for Unilever, Bayer and the NSW and Australian Governments as well as facilitating cultural change programs for tech giants across multiple continents. Kieran has been an expert commentator on ABC’s 702 Breakfast Show with Wendy Harmer as well as Channel 7’s Sunrise, Sky Business News and SBS News and helps her audiences to make positive change and make change positive.



We are living in times of crazy amounts of change and it’s easy to panic,  feel overwhelmed or just plain over it. Yet, change isn’t going away, in fact it’s speeding up. This means we as an industry, teams and individuals we need to get better at navigating change and seeing the opportunities it offers us.

We can begin doing this by seeing change form more than one point of view. Sure there’s a lot changing in our industry, but what won’t change? What skills do we need right now? What will be crucial to our success tomorrow and what has always mattered throughout history?

In this fun and thought provoking presentation Kieran Flanagan will share with you the 12 Forever Skills. What they are, why we all need them, how to develop them in ourselves and in our teams and why they will matter to our industry forever.

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