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Nola Diamantopoulos

$3,500-$5,000
Australia - NSW

Nola Diamantopoulos is the director and facilitator of The Corporate Buddha, The Studio of Spontaneous Creativity  and Mosaic Art School of Sydney. 

Nola is best known for her fresh, interactive and fun-filled workshops where keynote is anything but traditional. Take a journey with Nola and prepare to use the other side of your brain, entering a state of mind that defies today's programmed way of thinking.

Also an exhibiting artist, teacher, and founder and president of the Mosaic Association of Australia and New Zealand, Nola said goodbye to a career as a tax manager for a large oil and gas exploration company over 13 years ago delving head first on to a path as a practicing artist before changing the local art education world as we know it.

Nola's facilitated sessions are designed to get people into an open and playful context using art-based activities that enhance team spirit, reduce stress and explore the true essence of imagination.

Focusing on hindering the inner critic that often stops us from achieving our full creative potential in our personal and professional lives, Nola's patented programs will take you on a unique journey that taps in to an imagination you thought you left behind as a child, reminding you of the sheer capacity of the human mind. You will leave feeling inspired, re-defined and ready to conquer any creative challenge.

Testimonials

Nola really took the time to understand the challenges we were facing as a team and suggested sessions in line with our desired outcomes. She brought great energy, fun and enthusiasm to the session and we walked away with a renewed vision, feeling inspired and empowered.
- National Events Leader PricewaterhouseCoopers

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