Many people in businesses around the world are finding themselves working from home and in many cases having to reinvent themselves. In this episode of the Solutions Oriented Leader podcasts Dr. Rick Goodman has a conversation with author and Self Leadership expert Andrew Bryant as they discuss how to use Self Leadership to reinvent yourself in today’s world.

As a Global Influencer on Self-leadership and Effective leadership, Andrew Bryant is on a mission to ‘Wake People Up’ to the power of taking ownership for your thinking, feeling and actions. That’s because many people don’t understand how to use self leadership to reinvent their personal and professional lives.

Andrew Bryant is a best-selling author, Certified Speaking Professional, and an Executive Coach. He has spoken for TEDx and for audiences as large as 12,000. He facilitates breakthrough learning sessions and cultural change for senior leadership teams and helps C-level leaders scale themselves and their companies through 1 to 1 coaching.

Andrew is the author of ‘Self-Leadership: How to Become a More Successful, Efficient and Effective Leader from the Inside Out’ (McGraw-Hill 2012) and the Best-Selling, ‘Self Leadership: 12 Powerful Mindsets & Methods to Win in Life and Business’

With his expertise on Self-leadership and Leading Cultures he has transformed individuals and teams to be more intentional, influential and impactful. Through greater ownership, he empowers people to become more resilient and agile to face the complexities and uncertainties of our modern world.

Andrew is on the Women in Leadership Faculty of Singapore Management University, The Leadership faculty for IE University (Madrid), but is most proud of the work he does coaching Self-leadership for at-risk and disadvantaged teenagers. Many of these disadvantaged teenagers were able to reinvent their lives using self leadership principals and techniques.

English by Birth, Australian by Passport, Singapore by Residence and Brazilian by wife – he is truly Multi-cultural in his approach.