Women in Leadership
“Supportive and Generous!” Alison is a wonderful leader and her commitment to good practice and leadership doesn’t end after her presentation. She is extremely supportive and generous to young women in business.”
As part of my Women in Leadership series, I am absolutely delighted to have the opportunity to feature a champion in every sense, Alison Vidotto, CEO Vidotto Group, Founder, Australian Charity for the Children of Vietnam (ACCV).
Alison Vidotto – Speaker, Author, Trainer
Alison’s story came to my attention some time ago when I was researching successful women in business. Alison is the author of a successful Leadership book: 22 Leadership Fundamentals – the Door to Success says Push! She is a respected leadership keynote speaker and trainer, CEO of Vidotto Group and Founder of the Australian Charity for the Children of Vietnam.
“Inspiring! Thought-provoking! Alison Vidotto changed our people’s view of leadership in an inspiring 15 minutes ! She achieved exactly what I was looking for – get our people to realise there was a leader within them.” Results keep on coming!
She has a passion for leadership and development, and writes leadership articles for the Australian Business Women’s Network. Alison is renowned for her work with the Australian Content Magazine, Working Women’s Magazine, Get It Magazine and Y Magazine.
The program has delivered ongoing tangible results such as improved communication between state offices, improved KPI setting and clears pathways to achieve individual and company goals.
As a keynote leadership speaker, Alison has spoken on leadership at the Women in Energy and Resources Leadership Summit and Chartered Accountants ANZ Conference, the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Conference, the Absolutely Positively Women Conference Wealth Creation Day Conference, the Australian Embassy in Hanoi Inner wheel presidential conference, the United Nations International School in Hanoi, and the Singapore International School in Hanoi.
Watch Alison’s ACCV – Vietnam Episode here:
And do treat yourself to her fascinating book here: