Paul Mitchell

  • Managing director, The Human Enterprise
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As MD of the human enterprise, Paul Mitchell has a key message: You can build businesses that have a growth orientated entrepreneurial spirit AND which are truly human. That’s why he called his business “the human enterprise”. He has not altered his stand on this for over 30 years. Paul has spread this message to leaders from many cultures worldwide including Dubai, China, Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, Vietnam, The United States of America, Australia and New Zealand. And still it resonates. Over 10,000 leaders have used his ideas and techniques to become the best leaders they can be. His past and present clients include global corporations such as Allergan, Coca-Cola, Credit Suisse, Franklin Templeton, Fujitsu, Jurlique, L’Oreal, Mars, Mondelez, NSW Department of Finance, Services & Innovation, NSW Department of Health, Oracle, PepsiCo, Red Bull, Rolls-Royce, SAP, St Vincent’s Health Australia, Thomson Reuters, Unilever as well as smaller entrepreneurial organisations and not-for-profits, which he always does for pro-bono. He specialises in the delivery of leadership coaching, leadership development programmes, leadership keynotes and facilitation services that have helped transform organisational cultures into truly ‘human enterprises’. Paul has a Bachelor of Social Science, Masters in Psychology, a Diploma in both Education and Hypnotherapy, is a registered Psychologist and a member of the College of Organisational Psychology. He enjoys family, golf, rugby union, snow-skiing, surfing, great music, piano, guitar, theatre, “the psychology of selves” and his charity of choice, Starlight Children’s Foundation.

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