Mentor | Thought-leader | Speaker.
Hareta (she/her) is an award-winning HR professional who helps businesses drive commercial success, by developing confident leaders and reimagining the employee experience. She partners with the forward-thinkers and the difference-makers, shaking up the way we think and feel about leadership, culture and HR.
She has appeared on a variety of industry leading podcasts, is a keynote speaker and has featured on panels with the likes of LinkedIn Learning. She is a regular contributor to Women's Agenda and Smart Company, and has featured in other media publications such as The CEO Magazine, Australian Financial Review and HRD Magazine.DOWNLOAD SPEAKER PROFILE.
Known for her authenticity, Hareta blends storytelling with expert insights to create an engaging and valuable experience for her audiences. Her down-to-earth and conversational approach is relatable, memorable and leaves audiences feeling inspired, empowered and informed.
She particularly enjoys talking about:
- How to build an engaged workplace culture.
- Why leadership branding is key to company growth.
- The power of empathy and vulnerability in the workplace.
- How to balance business priorities and leading a team.
- Why you need to be thinking about HR differently.
"Hareta's style is warm, conversational and authentic, making her an engaging and relatable speaker. She combines personal stories, data and expert insight to co-create thought-provoking conversations that inspire, educate and motivate listeners."
Mia Fileman, Founder & Marketing Strategist Campaign Del Mar
“Your speech was incredible.. it was honestly, so inspiring – thank you so much for sharing your wisdom with us. Lots to think about and put into action!”
Aimee Hardwicke, Creative Director | Brisbane Local Marketing
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