AUTHOR / SPEAKER / MENTOR
A B O U T
Victoria is a passionate human development thought leader known for helping, supporting and educating individuals with big visions and radical insights for changing the world.
Her particular focus is on the development of a new level of psychological management and its importance to the future of humanity. She believes humanity needs to consciously and intentionally develop their social, emotional and cognitive capacities to affect sustainable change.
As a prominent advocate for the advancement of human development Victoria has dedicated the past twenty years to mentoring change makers and influencers through her role as Founder and CEO of the SHIFT Foundation and Symplicitus and Co-Founder of the Higher Mind Initiative.
Prior to pursuing her passion in human development Victoria worked for 25 years within the IT sector: Epson, Memorex, HP, Hayes in senior management roles before establishing a management consulting firm that provided leadership training, consulting and advisory services to CEOs, Boards of Directors and senior executives of global firms including Shell, Kodak and Telstra as well as Australian State and Federal Governments.
Victoria has been an active contributor and member of multiple international networks of leading thinkers and practitioners including the Global Leadership Network, Inter-developmental Institute, Growth Edge Network, Global Business Network and Tallberg Alumni.
T E S T I M O N I A L S
“Victoria Wilding has demonstrated her creative and intellectual capacity over the past three years in both the support she has offered me, and in the development and evolution of the SHIFT Foundation. Placing the SHIFT Foundation within an international learning and networking environment would ensure its vision is further accelerated, allowing an unmet need to be addressed strategically, effectively and efficiently. My greatest concern is that the potential to harness the intellect, creativity and passion of this generation will be lost if new models, approaches and strategies are not catalysed soon”.
Former CEO, Foundation for Young Australians, Melbourne, Australia