Kamal Sarma has a deep insight into people and organisations, in large part, due to his unique personal and corporate experience. Kamal spent 7 years living as a monk in a desert monastery and returned to Australia to build a successful corporate career. Today Kamal focuses on helping people master the art of human connection through navigating complex and critical conversations, developing resilience, navigating change and transforming cultures.
A fascinating blend of east and west Kamal is well suited to any audience. He has been that busy executive, so understands their mindset and challenges, yet also understands people at a deep level through his monastic training. Kamal has held senior executive positions in organizations, including McKinsey and Company, Eli Lilly and AMP Capital Investors. He has also been the co-founder of two venture capital businesses in the IT and biotech sectors. Kamal currently is a Chairman for Amicus Digital and the founder and CEO of his strategic Leadership firm, Rezilium. For the past 17 years Kamal and team have been helping top companies within Australia and Globally.
Kamal is the author of 3 international books: The best seller “Mental Resilience – the Power of Clarity”, “The Leadership Leap -UN learning how to lead” and his latest “WinWin Conversations”. He has conducted programs for a number of top-tier organisations, such as Google, Facebook, Bank of New York Mellon, Reserve Bank of Australia, PwC, Ernst and Young, Westpac, Commonwealth Bank and ING Global. Outside of his corporate work Kamal was recognised internationally for his peace work between the Chinese and Tibetans and is the Chairman of the RUOK Think Tank.