Kylie Sprott is a well-known and respected communicator
With more than 20 years of experience and achievement, Kylie has worked across a variety of industries including IT, financial services, engineering, environmental services, manufacturing and transportation.
Her career began with a role in Human Resources in the United Kingdom, and has expanded to include executive leadership roles across human resources, technology, marketing, health and safety. In addition to her management experience, Kylie has specialist skills in human capital strategies, digital technology, organisational culture and change management.
Throughout her career, Kylie has developed expansive knowledge regarding mergers and acquisitions, as well as organic business growth. An expert in cultural mapping, Kylie has conducted the due diligence and led the integration of over 25 acquisitions globally.
A truly international leader, Kylie has enjoyed working in Australia, New Zealand, United States, Ecuador, United Kingdom and Asia.
Kylie is well known for her inclusive and inspirational leadership style and has successfully led teams in businesses varying in size from 100 to over 8,000. Her experience spans both private and publicly listed businesses, having worked in an executive capacity in four publicly listed organisations.
A well-known and respected communicator, Kylie is an accomplished key note speaker and regularly publishes articles on her blog and linked in. Kylie currently works in the capacity of Chief Transformation Officer for a publicly listed legal services business and holds three board positions.
As an active gender equality advocate, Kylie is thrilled to work with The Smith Family as the leader of the corporate champions in Queensland for the Care2 Achieve Program. The Care2Achieve Program engages leaders in the business community to champion change for young women leaving care. Click here to learn more: https://www.thesmithfamily.com.au/campaigns/care2achieve-scholarship-for-young-women-leaving-care-qld
Kylie has a Bachelor of Arts (politics, film and media), Post Graduate in Business and has studied “Strategic Human Resources” at both the Australian Graduate School of Management and Harvard Business School. Kylie has formal qualifications in “Organisational Change Management” from UTS and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. In 2015, Kylie was announced as a Telstra Business Women’s Awards finalist.
Kylie is an avid traveller and music buff. She enjoys politics, motherhood and the occasional glass of wine.