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Dr. Liz Alexander

I have been a book strategist and consulting co-author to business experts worldwide since 1988. My talent and passion lie in helping aspiring thought leaders harness strategically valuable, actionable insights to grow their businesses, boost their  visibility and increase their revenues. To date, I’ve written or co-authored 19 non-fiction books that, collectively, have sold upward of one million copies worldwide.

In 2015, I was appointed Special Counsel, Book Strategist & Writer for SenateSHJ, Australasia’s largest privately-owned PR firm.

In addition to writing books, I maintain my love of journalism by contributing regular articles to business magazines on both sides of the Atlantic, from Business Life magazine in the UK, to Fast Company in the US. I also enjoy speaking at industry conferences and past venues have included the Institute of Supply Management and APICS. I’m also a strategic futurist and an active member of the World Future Society.

Recently my contribution to innovative thinking was recognized by the international research institute on thought leadership, The Dutch School of Thought, in Eindhoven, Holland. I have two advanced degrees in educational psychology from The University of Texas at Austin, where I developed and taught the Strategic Communication Certificate Program for the Center for Continuing and Innovative Education for several years.

Based in Austin, Texas, I work with clients throughout the U.S., Europe, India, and Australia–oftentimes remotely (as in, we never actually meet in person). But I love to travel, so welcome inquiries from all over the world.

In addition to my book work, please contact me for:

  • High quality content generation projects, large and small
  • Speaking engagements
  • Workshop facilitation around creativity, innovation, entrepreneurship, and the future of work
  • Strategic foresight consulting

Find me also at http://leadingthought.us.com

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