MBL’s ‘Signature Strengths® Experience’ presentations and coaching programs are…Intriguing, Inspiring and Innovative.
Education and business organisations acknowledge MBL’s distinctive values-based coaching as engaging and effective.
2017 | Mental Health Hospital, N.S.W (*Privacy respected) Professional Development presentation:
‘Exceptional-this reminds me of my purpose.’
‘An intriguing approach to help me succeed as a leader.’
‘A moving presentation.’
‘Encouraging, motivating, inspiring!’
2017 | 3rd Annual Public Sector EA & PA Summit, Feb.16 Sydney Australia | Guest Presenter – Karelynne Randall – MBL
MBL’s Signature Strengths® Performance Program – supporting career progression and next level professional skill development. Thanks to Claire Dowler – Akolade
2016 | ILLAWARRA WOMEN IN BUSINESS – FINALIST
Thank you IWIB Director Glenda Papac, your Board, Home Based Business sponsor – Delyse Delturco and Partners at BETTER BUSINESS ACCOUNTING for my recognition as a finalist in the 2016 IWIB awards.
2016-April | Business In Heels – Illawarra
‘OUT OF THE SHADOWS’: presenting the ‘WHY’ of my practice as a Master Neuro-Linguistic Practitioner at MBL. Signature Strengths® is a process to reclaim positive core-values (prior to ‘interruptive’ life events) as current strengths. The presentation outlined how values form through ‘Significant Emotional Events’ (S.E.E), the effect on personality and how to change behaviour.
Signature Strengths® are a powerful catalyst for wellbeing and achievement.
2016-March | TAFE ILLAWARRA | UOW Diploma Business Studies – ‘TrueMyth’ Event Management
‘Student Personal Development for Confidence, Communication and Change Management.’
2016- January | University of Wollongong’s (UOW) Women In Engineering-STEM Camp for Girls… promoting Communication | Resilience | Confidence
2015 | Business In Heels – Illawarra ‘Identify your SIGNATURE STRENGTHS to STAND OUT IN THE MARKETPLACE!’
2015 | BUSINESS NEWS AUSTRALIA – UNLEASH YOUR NICHE! Interview with MBL Consultancy in Business News Australia – Read full article
2015 | CleverLINK Centre – ‘PITCH with PRIDE’ – How to 4MAT your pitch and engage your audience with the rapport – ‘trust and responsiveness.’
2014 | Script development – ASIC ‘Money Smart’ financial literacy site
Invited by ASIC’s ACT Commissioner for Financial Literacy-Consumer and Retail Investors to work with Linda Stannard (Digital Resource Quality Coordinator | Strategy – ASIC), alongside the Koch Family to produce a series of vignettes for the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) ‘Money Smart’ financial literacy site. The five videos feature the Koch Family (Libby, David and Andrew) expressing the importance of teaching children and young people the value of earning and managing money, early in life.
2013 | Values Based Education for Professional Development & Youth Engagement … change strategies for youth engagement.
2012 | UOW- S4S Students For Students National Leadership Conference
MBL’s values-base for personal and professional leadership: The University of Wollongong S4S Conference is held at the to gather aspiring young leaders from across Australia, providing tertiary students with the opportunity to explore all aspects of leadership, develop knowledge and skills and grow personally and professionally.
2011 | Smart Money Program
Design for Youth Off The Streets, secondary schools financial literacy program
Smart Money is a comprehensive, values-based financial literacy program Karelynne developed while working at Youth Off The Streets. Covering a wide range of practical financial literacy. The foundation of the program is to provide opportunities for young people to identify their personal values and see these as ‘drivers’ to motivate earning and managing their money to support achieving desired goals.
2010 | Co-author, Literacy and Social Responsibility – Multiple Perspectives
Literacy and Social Responsibility – Multiple Perspectives
Karelynne co-authored with Fr. Chris Riley, CEO and Founder of Youth Off The Streets in Literacy and Social Responsibility – Multiple Perspectives. Ed. Drs Alyson Simpson and Frances Christie. Equinox Pub. Ltd. “The Experience of Youth Off The Streets.” Chpt 7.
A reflection upon the positive impact on the lives of young people through the Lizard Literacy Project (below) combined with integration of the values base of The Circle of Courage. (Brendtro et al. 1992)
2008 | The “Lizard” Literacy Project-Youth Off The Streets Pty Ltd
Karelynne designed and implemented The “Lizard” Literacy Project, launching publication of the first of three children’s books, written by EDEN College students. The third publication ‘Our Amazing Body’ incorporates an educational tool for teachers; as described in ‘Literacy and Social Responsibility-A Multiple Perspective.’
2008 Employee of The Year – Award for Excellence in Educational Services: student engagement and program development
“The world should know about this.” Dr. Brian Cambourne | University of Wollongong