Kirsten Cottone is an innovative consultant, facilitator and speaker, specialising in workplace wellbeing, workplace creativity, women's wellbeing and positive psychology. Her driving passion is to examine how the creative mindset can be linked to positive improvements in wellbeing.
If you think of something that could happen on a stage, Kirsten has probably done it. She has performed everywhere from NIDA to the Royal Albert Hall in London and has collaborated with industry leaders across the globe. Combining this performance knowledge with academic research, Kirsten has rigorously developed her signature system, which uses the creative process to effect positive change in individuals and organisations.
She has formal qualifications in education, music, drama, coaching and neuroscience, and recently received her Masters of Applied Positive Psychology (First Class Honours), graduating as Valedictorian of her class. In 2019, she received the Dean's Honours List Award from The University of Melbourne.
Whether you are an individual or an organisation, an invigorating session with Kirsten will help break through blocks and develop new neural pathways, ultimately forming new ways of being.
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