If there was one thing you think society should talk more about, what would it be?
“What I would love society to have more conversations around is the art of questioning. The art of asking deeper questions, different questions, sitting in questions, not running to the answers.”
Alison Hill is a Registered Psychologist, Telstra Business Woman Award finalist and CEO of AFR Fast 100 company Pragmatic Thinking, a motivation and behaviour strategy company.
She is co-author of the top business book 'Dealing with the Tough Stuff: How to achieve results from key conversations, and author of Stand Out: A real world guide to get clear, find purpose and become the boss of busy. An influential keynote speaker, producer and host of the incredible Stand Out Life podcast - which I’ve had the pleasure of being on twice now.
Ali is a regular on Channel 9 has regular articles published with Fairfax Group (including the AFR, SMH & The Age), News Limited (The Daily Tele & Courier Mail), and The Huffington Post (http://www.alisonhill.com.au/in-the-media/).
Her work has found its way inside a few big businesses you might have heard of… PepsiCo, Siemens, McDonalds, Sydney Trains, BHP Billiton, Bond University, Griffith University, and BlueCare just to name a few. Ali presents her unique and authentic message as a sought after international keynote speaker and MC where she engages her audience with humour, practicality and real-world thinking.
Ali & I met in Uluru at a conference many years ago & connected instantly. Ali is an incredible conduit of helping people find their voice and it’s a thrill for me to get her on the other side of the mic as it where & be the one asking the questions for a change.
Ali’s Stand Out Life podcast can be found here: https://www.alisonhill.com.au/standoutlife
We talked about a specific interview that Ali did with Teela Reid - Episode 87: The truth-teller of our time. Since then, Ali has just finished a second interview with Tesla
(# 99 - Facing our truth). They are both fantastic interviews so be sure to check them out.
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