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  Mindy Gibbins-Klein - Thoughtful Leadership

International Speaker and Author

Multi-award-winning Entrepreneur

Thought Leadership Strategist

Mindy Gibbins-Klein MBA FRSA FPSA is an International Speaker and Executive Coach specializing in turning experts into thought leaders and published authors. Mindy has authored and co-authored eight books, including 24 Carat BOLD about which Seth Godin said, “This is the first thoughtful book I’ve seen on what it means to become a thought leader. Practical and inspiring at the same time.”

A native New Yorker, Mindy currently resides in the UK where she operates two businesses.She is Founder & CEO of The Book Midwife®, an elite book coaching company, and Panoma Press, a cooperative publisher business and personal development books. Her business is a certified woman-owned business with WeConnect International and she is passionate about helping female business owners compete, succeed and feel fulfilled. Her TEDx talk “Sometimes You Need to Change Yourself to Be Yourself” has nearly half a million views, and it showcases Mindy’s passion for helping people from all under-represented groups to become leaders, and for all people to approach life more thoughtfully.

Mindy has an enviable list of more than 500 published clients who have become real thought leaders and successful authors. She has been an international speaker for 25 years and has presented to and coached over 10,000 business executives and entrepreneurs in many countries on creating powerful content and thought leadership. Her own online and offline content has been syndicated, licensed, and showcased many times.

As a regular media contributor, Mindy has been featured over 100 times in national and specialist press, radio and television over the past 10 years. She is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post as well as executive media in several countries.

http://twitter.com/MindyGK

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Mindy will be speaking about:

Thoughtful Leadership

  • Why Thought Leaders should be Thoughtful Leaders
  • How to carve out and a schedule, thinking time and space
  • Checking in with yourself constantly

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP SECRETS mindy.pdf
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