Bio

Annalise Jennings is a business and community strategist with a background in risk management and 25 years’ experience in Corporate Banking. Over her career she has specialized in projects that focus on transformation and maximizing human potential.

She is the founder and principal of Dynamic Exchange, committed to supporting individuals, teams, communities and organisations to reach their fullest potential. She has worked extensively with Australian Indigenous communities and is the creator of Whole of Community Change – a blueprint for economic development and social change, designed to bring about community ownership and self-determination. Her TEDx Talk entitled, “The SHIFT from Paternalism, Prohibition and Penalty” is a further testimony to her work https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDk_iiuFQFE

Working as an Executive Manager for one of the largest Australian Banks, she won the prestigious SAI Global Business Excellence Award. She was a Finalist for the Banksia Foundation Awards recognizing her achievements in addressing the United Nations Global Goals for Sustainability and Leadership, and in 2017 was invited to the Oslo Nobel Peace Prize Awards in recognition of her community work.

Bringing a blend of corporate professionalism, profound humanity, and indigenous wisdom to her client work, Annalise has helped many organizations create a balanced, pragmatic, and strategic culture to understand and build ‘community’. Over the past 20 years she has designed and facilitated programs for large corporations, indigenous communities, educational institutions, Infrastructure and Rail sectors throughout the US, UK, New Zealand, India, Indonesia, and Australia.

Annalise is accredited in the Cultural Transformation Tools® (CTT) to help organizations improve business results through cultural awareness and alignment, and provides executive coaching services to individuals and groups to ensure, wellness and lasting positive change.

Working globally, Annalise has dedicated her life’s work to bringing the age-old principles of belonging; connectedness; caring for the whole; and the shift from problem to possibility, into mainstream groups.

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“The Culture programs developed and conducted by Annalise have proven to be very effective in driving business ownership of Risk.”Whilst the programs have a well developed and thought provoking conceptual framework , the real power comes from the very deliberate engagement of line management as a first step and the direct alignment of the program to the specific business strategies of the organization.

“The uniqueness of these programs is achieved by customization dependant upon the needs of the particular business but remains based upon the conceptual framework which delivers a results oriented outcome.

“This approach combined with Annalise’s skills and enthusiasm has resulted in material changes to the way in which business functions view their Risk responsibilities — importantly , the energy shown by a number of line managers following the program is testament to the quality of both the program content and Annalise in her role as program leader.”

Peter Donald  Head of Operational Risk and Technology ANZ Bank