Sharon Longridge

AlphaZetta Academy Course Author & Trainer

Sharon Longridge

Leadership communications specialist and award-winning broadcaster, formerly of the ABC.


Sharon Longridge is an award-winning broadcaster, formerly with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and has coached thousands of executives to communicate powerfully, boost their stamina and embed positive behaviours. She is the director of Leadium, a consultancy specialising in positive leadership. A captivating MC, facilitator and speaker, Sharon knows how to engage an audience.

Her consultancy and coaching services span strengthening leadership communications and executive presence to designing workplace health and productivity programs. An affiliate at the Monash Business School at Monash University, Sharon directs the ‘Executive Presence’ and ‘The Executive Voice’ programs. She is also on the global faculty of the respected edTech Emeritus.

Sharon holds a BA in Communications, a Cert IV Workplace Training and Assessment, VTAB and an AdvDip of Yoga Teaching. She has undertaken post-graduate studies in Corporate and Workplace Wellness and training in positive neuroplasticity and mindfulness. She integrates neuroscience and mindfulness across her work.

Elevating Executive Presence

2024-03-27T22:06:37+00:00February 15th, 2024|Tags: , , , |

Today's leaders are operating in an age of heightened complexity and perpetual change. Their choices and actions underpin organisational resilience. They need the right tools and mindset along with sustained vitality to skillfully drive change. Elevating Executive Presence program will empower and equip participants to step up and stay steady. They will examine the traits and behaviours of exceptional leaders through the lens of executive presence.

Next Level Women: Elevating Experts

2024-03-14T07:03:31+00:00February 20th, 2023|Tags: , |

Next Level Women: Elevating Experts is a leadership training program designed to equip talented experts with the tools and feedback to be able to open up the same breadth of opportunity as enjoyed by their male counterparts. This training provides high-impact skills development and tracks behaviour change to actually measure improvement.

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