Elisabet Vinberg Hearn is a speaker, author, leadership strategist and executive coach who is passionate about creating Sustainability and long-term success for leaders and organisations around the world.

She is often hired to talk about Future Leadership and Winning Team, and is a published, award-winning author.

Elisabet has extensive experience from the business world, including 13 years with American Express, based in Sweden and in the UK, while working internationally. She has held various leadership roles, responsible for customer servicing, process re-engineering and corporate culture transformation.

She has a degree in Marketing Economics from IHM Business School and an MBA in Leadership and Sustainability from the University of Cumbria (Robert Kennedy College).

Meridium day in Stockholm 25 October 2018

Meridium day in Stockholm 25 October 2018

Västerås Castle, Stockholm

Västerås Castle, Stockholm

Västerås Castle, Stockholm

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The Landmark Hotel, London

The Landmark Hotel, London

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The March/April issue of IMPACT is here

Welcome to the latest issue of IMPACT! This time we focus on the art of asking questions, leading with fear or hope, how to make change sticky and the power of contagious, culture-shaping leadership behaviours. And there’s a story about a reluctant team member and the...

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Travelling again?

Yes, it definitely looks like travel is starting to pick up again. The second terminal at an airport close to where we both live will open up in a month’s time after being closed for almost 2 years. This is a clear and tangible indication that demand for travel is up....

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Are you a realistic optimist?

Do you assume things will go well? Do you dare take sensible risk, believing in yourself whilst doing so? Do you keep being optimistic even when things go wrong and you have to try a new way out? Do you see plenty of opportunities around you? And do you at the same...

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Jan/Feb issue of IMPACT is here

Welcome to another year of IMPACT! In this issue, we focus on how to get new inspiration and perspectives, why realistic optimism is key, the illusion of perfection and storytelling as a communication skill. And there’s a story about us all being brand ambassadors,...

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What place(s) inspired YOU?

While reflecting on our 10 years of writing recently, we mentioned the number of locations we had been in to write our three books. To some degree the different locations came down to necessity as we lived in different countries while writing our first two books, but...

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You can’t play a symphony on your own

Have you ever observed the conductor of a philharmonic orchestra and how they spend very little time facing the audience? In fact, when you think about it you’ll recognise that they spend most of their time facing the orchestra, which is their team. They are spending...

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Taking stock of 2021

We are coming to the end of another year and this is the perfect time to take stock. To think about achievements, successes, challenges, insights and how you’ve grown and developed. Do you realise quite how much you have learnt, this year alone? If not, this is the...

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The last IMPACT issue of 2021

Welcome to the last issue of IMPACT for 2021! In this issue, we focus on how to retain your top talent, how to navigate the ’emotional minefields’ of mergers & acquisitions, and what we can learn from a philharmonic orchestra and its conductor. As we are coming to...

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Now published in China!

We are absolutely thrilled that ‘The Leader’s Guide to Impact’ has been translated Chinese and is now published in China! China is, alongside the US, the biggest publishing market in the world, but the number of foreign titles that are published is relatively small,...

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