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Sally Anderson

Sally Anderson is one of Australasia's foremost thinkers in Transformation. She is a prominent futurist, visionary and behavioral specialist. Her unique approach has helped people live their lives by changing their perception of their past,...

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Sally Anderson's Biography

Sally Anderson is one of Australasia's foremost thinkers in Transformation. She is a prominent futurist, visionary and behavioral specialist. Her unique approach has helped people live their lives by changing their perception of their past, living authentically in the present and thereby gaining the power to design their future based on fulfilling their legacy.
To enable the realisation of her vision she established a unique coaching organisation called Sally Anderson Limited (SAL) which specialises in Executive Coaching & Keynote Speaking and also founded LIVE NOW! Limited which specializes in the delivery of Transformational Seminars focused on the advancement of human performance.
Sally Anderson has 20 years experience in Corporate and latterly as a Program Director for some of the world's leading Fortune 500s. Her senior management experience spans a wide range of industry sectors - airlines, hotels, local government, telecommunications, manufacturing, utilities, international publishing houses - in New Zealand, Australia, The Netherlands and the United States. Add to this the unique perspectives of her personal history and her mastery as a transformational coach and you have a rare combination of experience and expertise.
From a business perspective, Sally Anderson believes business is personal. Your success at work is directly linked to your personal development. Whether it's dealing with difficult people, managing your emotions under pressure or simply delivering projects on time you need to be in the best shape possible.
Sally Anderson was abducted and gang raped at the age of 15 by the Mongrel Mob, in one of the worst reported gang rapes in New Zealand back in the early 80s. Her story of survival, courage and transformation was profiled in New Zealand on 13 September 2004, in the TV3 programme 60 Minutes. It is an extraordinary testimony to human survival and her commitment to the highest level of human performance against all odds. When her documentary aired, it rated as the highest watched 60 Minute segment ever in the history of 60 Minutes New Zealand and the documentary won the best Human Relations Award at the Qantas Media Awards in 2005.