Katie-Jeyn Romeyn

Katie-Jeyn Romeyn is a member of faculty at the GOTNI Leadership Centre. Katie works with CEOs, Executives and Ambitious Leaders privately and in group trainings to fast track their career and business success.  Helping leaders exceed their career goals is her greatest joy.  Known as a ‘disruptor’ she is well regarded for shaking things up so her clients progress rapidly rather than remain dormant in their various stages of success.

No stranger to adversity, Katie-Jeyn’s rapid rise up the corporate ladder had humble beginnings in a low-paid administration role for a mining company in an isolated country town, Roxby Downs, South Australia. Within just 10 years she secured her first executive role at an ASX-listed resources company.   During her 15-year operational and corporate career, Katie-Jeyn worked for WMC Resources, Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, and St Barbara where her last role was Executive General Manager for People and Business Services.

Katie-Jeyn credits her rapid rise to the implementation of a series of Secret Success Principles which she now shares with her corporate and operational clients who are having huge success.  Clients securing salary increases of between $20,000 AUD and $460,000 AUD and many elevating to the C-Suite and beyond to CEO roles, Board roles and some starting their own business. One new business owner created $2.5 Million AUD in revenue in his first year of business.

Katie-Jeyn has been inducted into the National Academy of Best-Selling Authors in 2017 at the highly acclaimed Quilly Awards in Hollywood USA for the book, The Success Blueprint which she co-authored with Brian Tracy (International Speaker and best-selling author) and other experts around the world.  At the same time she was interviewed by Jack Canfield (Author of Chicken Soup For The Soul). These events brought international media attention to Katie-Jeyn who was featured on US television A&E, Bravo and E!  And, later this year Katie-Jeyn will be be featured in ‘Women who Means Business’ spread appearing in Oprah Magazine.