Former world record holder, Paralympic swimmer, TV presenter, “Mama” and clinical social worker.
Karni Liddell is a former world record holder, Paralympic swimmer, speaker, TV presenter, “Mama” and clinical social worker. Karni was born with a neuro-muscular wasting disease and her parents were told that their firstborn child wouldn’t walk, crawl or live past her teenage years. Karni broke her first World Record at the age of 14 and she went on to win Paralympic medals at every Paralympics she competed at.
After being an Australian Paralympic team captain and director of her own communications consultancy for 8 years, Karni has developed tools on how the most important skill anybody can have in business, sport and life is an authentic and influential communication style. In her presentation Karni will discuss how to create an engaged, sustainable and effective team and enhance a person’s potential and attitude. Karni’s extensive study into human nature, developmental theories, communication and counselling has also given her a knowledgeable insight into human nature.