Mimi Nicklin is the internationally bestselling author of Softening The Edge and the host of the Empathy for Breakfast show and the Secrets of The Gap podcast. She is an experienced marketer and communications strategist, a well-known empathetic leader, and a contributor, advocate and content creator for the global movement to balance humanism and capitalism.
An empathy advocate, Mimi has spent over fifteen years working across the globe with multinational and Fortune 500 clients to drive stand-out creative interventions that lead to business and culture change. Driven by the pursuit of bringing conscientiousness to the role and impact of ‘Regenerative Leadership’ in business and society, with a desire to make the world of work a more empathetic, valuable and sustainably healthy place to be, Mimi’s first leadership book was a bestseller before it even reached the stores. She is also a keynote speaker and columnist.
Having lived and worked in London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Cape Town, Havana, Madrid, Johannesburg and Dubai, Mimi has studied culture from within across twenty-five global markets and her approach changes organisations from the inside out; focusing on cultural understand alongside behavioural and mindset change.