Transition Expert, Glenise Anderson will show you how to assess your life and the steps to take to confidently transition every change you face whether it be in your business or personal life.
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As a Speaker, Coach, Trainer and Author, Glenise uses her behavioural profiling experience to work with companies assisting employees to Step IN and get the most out of their professional and personal lives.
Covering Transitioning Change, Communication and Confidence these topics ensure employees are performing at their peak productivity levels.
Glenise has been nominated for the Telstra Business Woman Awards in 2016, 2013 and 2010 and her Self Confident Women website has received an international award.
“Success is defined by a lot more than
just getting good grades. Individual’s academic success, wellbeing and mental health depends not only on traditional qualifications but by also nurturing non-traditional attributes like Self Confidence, Discipline and Determination. It’s not good enough to be good at English and Maths if you can’t handle the pressures of what life throws at you.”
At Marist College Emerald we aim to empower & equip our young girls with lifelong skills & resilience to take them into the adult world. As the College Counsellor it is my role to gather appropriate & usable resources to guide my students with. Self Confident Women Personal Development Program is exactly thisand fits all shapes & sizes. The sessions are easy to understand & can be used in everyday situations. Our aim at Marist is to continue using this program in small groups as it is definitely something every student can take from.
Gunnedah Evening VIEW Club members were delighted to share an International Women’s Day celebration with Glenise Anderson, the creator of Self Confident Women. Glenise used this year’s IWD theme, Be Bold For Change, to introduce us to her Step In program for “forward, positive movement” as a great starting point for changing our lives. With a touch of humour and an inspiring talk about her own journey to success, Glenise outlined her three steps, Problem, Plan and Persevere, with a focus on wellbeing using the six key areas of diet, sleep, exercise, physical environment, meaning and purpose and social connection. Glenise has a mission to empower women to ‘live the life they desire and deserve’ and she encouraged members to “step in and identify the problem”.
“Recently I attended a Self Confident Women session in Melbourne. I was amazed at how the audience reacted to the discussion and how they were moved to a call to action. I felt Glenise had the ability to understand the audience and deliver on what they needed. I manage a team of 30 where I have 90% female employees. I asked Glenise to share her story and tools with my teams and 6 months later we have rolled out the program and the sharing videos and my team’s engagement has increased and are coping very well with any curve balls thrown at them. I would recommend Glenise to any business seeking higher engagement and development of their teams.”
When I attended Glenise’s session at this year’s Dress for Success Brisbane Conference, I was expecting a talk about tips on boosting self-confidence or exploring how to reprogram our brains around negative self-talk. Instead, I learned about DISC profiling. I learned how to improve my communication and on how to deal with situations involving different behavioural types. Overall, the topic has helped in my quest to boost my self-confidence and as for Glenise… she is a natural and very engaging speaker.
I really enjoyed the Self Confidence workshop and the way Glenise was able to include everyone. Her presentation was very professional, relaxed, informative and non judgemental.
Glenise Anderson has made a tremendous difference to our manufacturing and exporting business based in regional north-west NSW.I thoroughly recommend Glenise as an astute and personable change agent who knows her business.
Our Gunnedah Manufacturing Business has 70 Employees and Glenise conducted a structured Profiling Exercise for our General Manager, senior managers and supervisors. The outcomes from this exercise have been brilliant, both in terms of understanding communication styles, personality types and interpersonal relations.
In addition, Glenise has provided coaching services and has been highly influential in helping our people grow personally and professionally.Glenise is also able to communicate at all levels within an organisation from Director through to shop floor.
I unreservedly recommend Glenise and am happy to confirm verbally.
I commend you on your achievements and the work you are doing for women and the longer term benefit of the Australian workplace and community in general.
Glenise is a woman who lives and breathes her focus on helping other women become more self confident. She has a ‘never say die’ attitude and is positive to the core. She has all the qualities necessary to help thousands of women around the world with confidence to become better leaders, managers and just better people. She is highly ethical and a joy to work with.
Glenise is one of Australia’s highest experts on teaching Confidence and personal effectiveness.
She really knows her stuff and blends outstanding sector knowledge with superb interpersonal skills. I recommend Glenise highly if you’re looking for a top level coach or mentor.
Glenise is a very inspirational business woman. She is results driven, focussed and dedicated, extremely well organised and very motivational. Glenise offers a rare suite of services to others wanting to grow as an individual or, to take their business/organisation to the next level!
Glenise is incredibly focused on her mission in life which is to enhance the lives of other women through empowering them to take control and be everything they can be. It is not often you meet someone who not only talks the talk but walks the walk – Glenise is such a person and it is inspiring working with her. I have no doubt that anyone coming into contact with Glenise and/or her product will benefit from the experience.
I’d like to thank Glenise for her insight and knowledge into personal and professional development during my one-on-one mentor sessions with her. Her understanding of behavioural analysis allowed me to understand who I was, so I could instill constructive practise resulting in a happier and more successful life.
Glenise really helped me think through things and take measures to get results. She has been instrumental in helping move me forward. She’s given me the skill set to prioritise and accomplish tasks, as well as set reasonable deadlines. I am much more relaxed these days and doing better at and outside of work. Although it was a difficult process for me, Glenise made it better with her patience and support.
As a hands-on owner of three businesses, I got caught up with the daily grind and lost focus on what I wanted out of life. I was running myself into the ground and I felt no excitement about my future. This is when I started working with Glenise and started focusing on learning new things by understanding coaching and training activity, which has resulted in me being a happy, more confident and successful business leader who is excited by the future.
I wanted to be a better version of myself. It’s finding the path that is hard and confusing and overwhelming. Meeting you gave me clarity and that was a wonderful start. Thank you for that!
When I initially contacted Glenise I was feeling pretty lost and distressed about my life. It seemed like I had reached 40 but hadn’t actually moved forward in my life. I felt like somehow I had blown another opportunity to make something of myself and I was feeling depressed and stuck in a rut. I contacted Glenise and felt like I had a friendly voice on the end of the line who cared about what I was saying. I wasn’t whining about my life but feeling empowered to maybe, just maybe, make a change. After our Extended DISC profile session my world charged, in fact, the way I viewed my life and my world, changed. Suddenly I understood the reasons for my behaviour. Traits about myself and the way I had made decisions all my life were clear to me. Honestly, it was one of the best hours of my life. I now feel empowered, secure and safe in the knowledge that I know who I am and understanding what makes me tick. Not only can I move forward and make better choices but I can also forgive myself for making the decisions I had done in the past. I am genuinely grateful that Glenise is a part of my life and I would recommend her to anyone.
Not only has this course helped me in my business life, it has also highlighted areas of my personal life that I can improve on. My ability to juggle business/family life as a full time worker and mum of three small children has just been made much easier. I would recommend any women do this course, money well spent on investing in our own spirit and quality of life. Thank you Glenise.
Before the workshops I had reached a point where I had no clear direction or significant goals to strive for. The workshops have given me the tools to identify what has been holding me back from improving my personal and professional development and has opened up new goals I can strive towards.
Before I attended Glenise’s workshop’s, I felt lost and lacked direction. I didn’t know what to expected from them but I came with an open mind. Now I feel energised and have become far more solutions-facused. And the best thing is I’ve changed my behaviour for the better, my children have seen the change and they have changed tool! Life at home is far calmer now.
I came to Glenise’s workshops with the intention of supporting a friend and ended up helping myself more! I am looking at the bright side and feeling more confident in myself.
Through My Eyes are my blogs on how I see the world and what’s happening in it. I’ll share my experiences of what has worked and not worked, in my life and generally chat about how what I feel is important to share.
One of the biggest areas of conflict in both a personal life and work life is that most people don’t have a true understanding of how to negotiate. Many women tend to avoid situations requiring them to negotiate yet, we all negotiate on a regular basis but often we don’t realise it.