One of Australia’s leading emotional intelligence specialists supporting mental health and wellbeing of employees, families and children. An Award-Winning Woman In Leadership.
Tenille Bentley is a globally recognised, award winning business woman. Building a multi million-dollar company in under two years and a global charitable project that reached 40 thousand children in 5 different countries.
Tenille has been featured on Channel 7, 9, 10, appeared on radio stations like 92.9, 94.5 and Nova 93.7 and written pieces in national publications.
Her work is deeply rooted in supporting the mental health and wellbeing of people through unique experiences and teachings that leave her audiences feeling transformed.
Recognised for her work by the Prime Minister as one of only 20 Australian Leaders. She has been inducted in the Women’s Hall of Fame by the Governor and won The Australian Financial Review Top 100 Women of Influence. Her contribution was also recognised as a Telstra Business Woman of The Year Finalist and The Top 3 Australian Institute of Management Excellence Awards.
As a forward thinker, having sat on some of the top boards in Australia. It was here she witnessed a much bigger issue. The mental health and wellbeing of employees and their families. This is where her impressive corporate career took a turn from the boardrooms and into the trenches of her community.
She shares the awe-inspiring journey she took, with her own success in business as a young woman, but the most powerful part of this journey was the one that happened behind the veil of success.
She says she is lucky to be alive to tell her story.
Her own journey and that of her family from harm to health and joy, forgiveness, reconciliation and emotional growth will confront and move you, but most of all it will show you a blueprint for hope and wellbeing for us all, and what the human potential is able to achieve in the face of adversities.
She is the Founder of The Emotional Literacy & Mindfulness Academy aiming to draw a line in the sand on inter-generational violence, and providing proactive tools to families and workplaces, supporting mental and emotional health.