Pragmatic Futurist, author and speaker Chutisa Bowman is best-known for her work in Strategic Awareness, Prosperity Consciousness, Conscious Leadership and Leading from the Edge of Possibility.
Born and raised as a Thai aristocrat in an upper class background, she left Thailand at an early age because it was too restrictive, married an Australian and lived in poverty for a number of years. Along the way she developed boldness, awareness, insight, resilience and audacity to overcome the lies of failure and lack of capacity. She also developed the courage of her convictions, a refusal to be intimidated by anything and created amazing ways to generate wealth. She learned that the capacity to create is every persons gift if they are willing to choose it.
Chutisa has now become the CFO for her and her husband’s reality, and in so doing they are creating more money than they have ever had in their life.
Chutisa has come to epitomize the pragmatic futurist, due to the depth, poignancy, foresight and courage of her convictions. Chutisa draws on her background as a senior executive in listed companies, her own entrepreneurship and transpersonal psychotherapy as an executive adviser, media contributor, author, a keynote speaker and facilitator.
She has devoted her career to inspiring people to challenge today’s certainties and consciously create the future by cultivating awareness of coming changes, and developing strategies to adapt quickly. She assists organizations and individuals to consciously manage the transition from past to future, and provides practical approaches to thriving in the coming decades.
She has become an internationally recognized thought leader through her books and is an inspiring speaker on greater possibilities to create everything people already know is possible, but which they have never chosen.
Chutisa Bowman is an author and globally recognized thought leader in human potential. Drawing from her background in Psychology and 25 years of professional experience in management and operations of public companies, Chutisa inspires and encourages people globally to expand their vision to become pragmatic futurists and lead with strategic awareness.
Chutisa is trained as both a psychotherapist and conventional behavioural scientist and ergonomist. Through working with top business leaders around the world for more than 2 decades , Chutisa has developed an expansive view of the global business landscape. She currently holds the position of director of ‘LifeMastery’ and ‘Conscious Governance’, based in Melbourne, Australia, and consults with over one thousand Nonprofit and corporate organisations each year in the USA, Australia, New Zealand, and Asia.
Chutisa’s previous executive roles include senior executive at a number of Australia’s largest publicly listed retail corporations (David Jones, Coles Myers - Target and K Mart), and a senior consultant with one of Australia’s most prominent usability and human factors specialist consulting firms. She has worked extensively with organisations such as Telstra, Australia Post, ANZ Bank, CSIRO, Authentic8, Mercantile Mutual, and the Department of Education, Employment and Training-State of Victoria.
Chutisa is the author of 5 internationally recognised Governance and leadership books, including "Conscious Leadership-the key to unlocking success", "Prosperity consciousness: Leading yourself to money with conscious awareness", "The Conscious CEO: Leading your nonprofit to success with awareness", "Advanced strategic planning: Strategic planning that works for nonprofit Boards and Leaders", and "Strategic Risk Management: Risk as strategic advantage for nonprofit leaders". Her latest book is Leading From The Edge Of Possibility,No More Business as Usual, challenges everything you thought you knew about the requirements for strategic success.
As a mom, she also does her best to walk her talk when it comes to living consciously, setting up The Luxe Project with her daughter Sharidan which sources art and fashion with a backstory - selling contemporary designer bags, art and homewards made from the hand embroidered fabrics of South East Asia’s hill tribes.