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Margot Cairnes

Margot Cairnes

Margot Cairnes has been a trusted mentor to CEOs and Boards worldwide, leading multi-billion dollar strategic change programs in collaboration with clients. A World Economic Forum participant and mentor, Margot has written 6 books on leadership in times of rapid and disruptive change. For many years, she founded and managed Zaffyre Pty Ltd, Australia's largest and longest-operating strategic change consultancy. She now resides in Byron Bay and mentors clients over Zoom.


Margot Cairnes is an Executive Council member at the CEOWORLD magazine. You can follow her on LinkedIn, for more information, visit the author’s website CLICK HERE.
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CEO Spotlight

Communities can change the world

Australia has become Silicon Valley’s favorite place to test new features, apps, and social media.  Australia has one of the wealthiest populations in the world, and at the same time, as a Pacific Island, the country is largely hidden from world markets due to its small economy and distance. Fortune...
artificial intelligence
CEO Agenda

Will you be an AI outsider “company”?

As AI develops it will be an essential tool in all organizations.  As ACI (artificial conscious intelligence) and AGI (artificial general intelligence) develop (predicted to be ubiquitous by 2030), our society and business landscape will transform radically. AGI is a type of AI that can perform as well or better...
artificial intelligence
Tech and Innovation

AI and consciousness

We know that AI is constantly learning.  In his book Scary Smart: The Future of Artificial Intelligence and How You Can Save Our World, Mo Gawdat, who has 30 years’ experience in cutting-edge tech, most recently as chief business officer at Google X, gives a vivid description of how AI...
Margot Cairnes
CEO Agenda

Inherent bias and women in STEM

In his 2007 book Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking, Malcolm Gladwell highlighted the issue of unconscious bias. The Oxford Dictionary defines unconscious bias as “unconscious favoritism towards or prejudice against people of a particular ethnicity, gender, or social group that influences one's actions or perceptions– this can be...
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