Emma Grey is the author of Wits’ End Before Breakfast! Confessions of a Working Mum (Lothian, 2005), director of the life-balance consultancy, WorkLifeBliss and co-founder of a fresh approach to self-development – My 15 Minutes. Together with her business partner, Audrey Thomas, she is under contract with a publisher to write a book on productivity, due for release in 2017. Her teen novel, Unrequited: Girl Meets Boy Band was written in 2014.
Emma tackles the thorny challenges of juggling professional and personal priorities, staying productive despite a barrage of distractions, dealing with fear and uncertainty, increasing confidence, managing work-and-family and more. She writes for various newspapers and magazines and for websites like iVillage Australia, Mamamia, HerCanberra, Flying Solo, Australian Women Online and others.
As a speaker and trainer, Emma presents on the ‘7 Types of Busy’ and offers masterclasses for working parents and for managers keen to implement flexibility in the workplace. Her training and executive coaching has been described as a ‘yellow brick road out of the chaos of modern living’.
Emma holds a BA (Hons), Graduate Diploma in Education and Advanced Practitioner certificates in Coaching and Training. She is a published author, speaker and trainer.
Emma is the mother of two teenage girls, a 5-year old boy and has two step-children in their early twenties. When she can sneak the time – she’s writing a vampire-free novel for young adults.