Focusing on leadership, wellbeing, purpose and personal effectiveness, Samantha is dedicated to the betterment of individuals and how we can be, live and work better. Having navigated life with a genetic blood condition - Sickle Cell Anaemia, Samantha has honed on global stages across the world, cognisant of creating messaging that reaches hearts and minds across cultures and all demographics.
Samantha's training and philosophies in neuroscience, innovation, and therapeutic and positive psychology led processes; instil resilience, deep well-being and strength, giving her clients and audiences the power, intentionality and courage to do important work in the world.
Mixing her signature blend of science and soul, she is a one of a kind speaker who will leave audiences reinvigorated and equipped to power up their wellbeing, make changes and create sustainable happiness with thought-provoking insights, practical and tangible actions.
Having navigated a life with a genetic blood disorder - Sickle Cell Anaemia, Samantha knows first hand about experiencing chronic pain and its effects on mental health, as well as the rituals, routines and new thinking needed to navigate disruptions, create harmony between work and life and build sustainable daily wellbeing in life and work.
Her talks encourage individuals to start having better conversations about what makes them tick, what purpose means, how to confidently ask for what is needed and how to be experimental and agile in life and work choices to supercharge happiness, skills and strengths in new ways.
As a qualified Bhutanese Gross National Happiness Facilitator, Samantha embeds key mindfulness skills to enhance global organisations’ well-being, culture, and performance. A Co-Active & Organisational and Relationship Systems trained coach with additional training from MIT in Neuroscience for Business, she designs holistic training programmes to support leadership and employee development and consultancy to create the cultures and environments that enable people to thrive whether a company is scaling up or downsizing.
Samantha continues to share her knowledge with two well-loved podcasts. “Love It or Leave It”, which explores the journeys of individuals crafting careers on their own terms and “How to Be A Changemaker”; conversations with leaders, philosophers, psychologists, technologists and communication experts on creating positive solutions to navigate and facilitate change and increase wellbeing at work.
As the author of Love It Or Leave It: How to be Happy at Work and her Ted X talk ‘Are you ready to break up with work?’, Samantha offers a rallying call for individuals to break up with limiting beliefs and take agency in their lives and careers to rebuild more purposeful ways of working.
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