Julie Winkle Giulioni is a renowned expert in unleashing leadership potential and designing impactful training programs for organizations. With a proven track record as a bestselling author and sought-after consultant, Julie has firmly established herself as one of Inc. Magazine's Top 100 Leadership Speakers.
As a passionate advocate for workplace growth and development, Julie believes in providing everyone with the opportunity to thrive. Through her inspiring keynote speeches, insightful consulting services, and comprehensive training offerings, she empowers organizations and leaders to reach their full potential.
Julie is the acclaimed author of "Promotions Are So Yesterday: Redefine Career Development. Help Employees Thrive" and the esteemed co-author of the international bestseller, "Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Organizations Need and Employees Want," available in seven languages. She has also created the highly regarded "Watch Them Grow" app, which offers 100 career development questions and can be downloaded from major app stores.
With her regular contributions to prominent publications including Training Industry Magazine and SmartBrief, Julie shares invaluable insights on leadership, career development, and emerging workplace trends. Recognized by Inc. Magazine as a Top 100 Leadership Speaker, her engaging in-person and virtual keynotes provide actionable strategies that inspire personal and professional growth for leaders and their teams.
At the helm of DesignArounds, her esteemed firm, Julie conceptualizes and delivers training products and experiences that have garnered acclaim and prestigious awards from industry authorities such as Human Resource Executive Magazine, New York Film Festival, Brandon Hall, and Global HR Excellence Council.
Notably, Julie's career journey began with a heartwarming experience teaching young children "modeling and charm" skills. From instructing five-year-olds in proper table etiquette to organizing delightful fashion shows at the end of each course, it was an adorable and formative start to her impactful career.