Our first Connections @ Drysdale lunch is on Thursday 26th May, hosted by the next generation of hospitality professionals training at Drysdale TasTAFE.
We're very excited to introduce two extraordinary women for a Q&A conversation. Amy Currant and Mary Dwyer of Impact Solutions International will share insights from their own career journeys, observations of challenges and opportunities experienced by women in the workplace and ideas of what we can do to support one another.
Impact Solutions International is an award-winning consultancy specialising in executive leadership and developing team culture with work spanning 16 countries and 40+ nationalities. They have now returned their energies to Tasmania with a focus on the development of leadership, particularly in young people - the next program is the Emerging Leaders Retreat in June 2022 at Tarraleah.
A modern leader who advocates new ideas based on a balance of love and strength.
Mary Dwyer is CEO of Impact Solutions International, specializing in Executive Leadership and cultural development with deep global, business and community experience.
On the Myers Briggs Mary is an INTJ. INTJ’s make-up 2% of the population and are known as extraordinary problem solvers & practical futurists able to understand complex problems.
Over the past 10 years Impact Solutions International worked in 16 different countries with leaders from more than 44 different nations.
In 2019 Impact Solutions International turned their focus back to working in Tasmania with specific focus on the development of leadership including designing and delivering Tourism Tasmania’s Unordinary Leaders Program.
Amy is a highly sought after international executive consultant experienced in leadership development, project & business management, organisational/cultural change, coaching and facilitation. She consults independently and with Impact Solutions International (ISI), specialising in leadership/values development and conflict resolution.
As part of the Impact Solutions International Senior Team, Amy works primarily with government, corporate and tourism industries, and has supported leadership programs throughout South East Asia in partnership with The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies.
Amy has performed in a wide variety of roles during her professional career with a proven track record of personal and organisational transformation, building high performing teams and achieving outstanding business outcomes. With over 25 years experience working in project management, hospitality/tourism, training and personal development, she has been recognised nationally, winning a Telstra Tasmanian Business Woman Award and an Australian Tourism Award.
Amy’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts/Asian Studies-Economics Major (University of Sydney), Certificate IV (Hospitality), Certificate IV (Training & Assessment) and Master Consultant (ISI). She is accredited and licensed in multiple development tools and programs including The Leadership Circle and Leadership System, The Executive Leadership Development Program (ISI) and is a member of the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI).
“Strong and gentle is a combination that is not easy to achieve, but Amy does it very naturally. She is a great coach and her calmness and strength is infectious”
– Robyn Farley-Sutton, Director, Queensland Competition Authority