Mimi Nicklin is an author and the host of the ‘Empathy for Breakfast’ breakfast show as well as the ‘Secrets of The Gap’ podcast. She is an experienced marketer and communications specialist, a well-known empathetic leader, and the Creative Officer and Regional Managing Director for a global advertising agency.
For over fifteen years she has been working across the globe with her clients to drive stand out creative interventions that lead to business and culture change. Driven by the pursuit of bringing conscientiousness to the role and impact of Regenerative Leadership, with a desire to make the world of work a more empathetic, valuable and sustainably healthy place to be, ‘Softening The Edge’ is Mimi’s debut book. She is also a keynote speaker and columnist.
Having lived and worked in London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Cape Town, Johannesburg and Dubai, Mimi’s approach changes organisations from the inside out, focusing on cultural, behavioural and mindset change. She is a natural coach, writer and creative mind, and has held roles as diverse as Strategic Director, Vice President and Creative Officer in some of the world’s leading advertising agencies. Her passion for balancing humanism with capitalism, drives her commitment to leading the practice of Regenerative and empathetic leadership, as well as her ‘principles of people’, into organisations and communities worldwide.
Aspirational yet accessible, with a charismatic and infectious screen presence Mimi Nicklin is a truly global leader and personality. An author, keynote speaker, MC and deeply personable coach, with over 15 years in the marketing communication industry across 25+ markets, her commitment to her craft is both contagious and utterly authentic, capturing audiences instantly. Her passion to help make the world a more empathetic, valuable and sustainably healthy place to be is as infectious as it is needed, and given her current momentum, she might just be the change we have been waiting for.
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Softening The Edge
By 2021, estimates suggest 46% of the workforce will be comprised of and be led by millennials. By failing to proactively nurture empathy in our future leaders, we are failing to protect our future.
Today, most of us do not enjoy our work, burn out is at all-time high, depression is impacting over 33,000,000 people and the younger generation is leaving the corporate workplace in droves. We need an intervention. Softening The Edge looks to be exactly that.
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