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Business Book Extract: Fully Connected

By Mel Kettle
Leaders have spent the past two years operating in survival mode, struggling with stress, overwhelm and burnout, with no respite in sight. But in order to effectively lead others, self-care needs to be prioritised in order to show up as the best version of themselves.

Business Book Extracts: Fully Connected

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In the new book, Fully Connected leadership specialist Mel Kettle provides a provide a practical guide for leaders on how to prioritise themselves, reclaim lost energy and find joy. With increasingly blurred boundaries between work and life, it can be difficult to find time for this, but it’s essential for sustained leadership success.

Drawing upon extensive experience working with diverse clients such as IRESS, Toll, ANZ, and Pharmacy Guild of Australia, Mel shows leaders how to become fully connected so they can take back ownership of their life, reclaim their health, energise their workforce and create cultures of belonging. In a unique three-step framework, readers learn how to shift from surviving to thriving by:

  • Becoming more self-aware 
  • Increasing self-motivation and taking action 
  • Learning how to say no when required
  • Prioritising self-care for themselves as well as their team
Accessibly written and filled with tools and tips, Fully Connected empowers leaders to unlock the power of self-awareness and self-care to become a fully connected leader.



About Mel Kettle

Mel Kettle is an internationally recognised coach, mentor, speaker, facilitator and author. She works at the intersection of communication and leadership to help senior executives, boards, business owners and leaders create real connection and sustained engagement, so they can lead themselves, lead aligned teams and lead cultures of belonging. Mel is also committed to helping women and organisations better understand the impact of menopause in the workplace,

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