Hazel Jackson

Hazel Jackson

Keynote Speaker, Facilitator & CEO

Hazel is an entrepreneur at heart and has built a regionally recognized  and successful multi-million dollar businesses – Biz Group, starting the company in 1993 with just $700.   The group now employs 62 professionals and provides services in the fields of design and delivery of corporate training, deploying learning technology solutions, teambuilding, meeting facilitation and even launched the regions first Virtual Reality Leadership Lab.​

Hazel has two core areas of client focus:​

​As a Multipliers Master Practitioner Hazel delivers this dynamic leadership content to chief executives and directors both in focused practical workshops and through large inspiring keynotes. Often booked as the second keynote deliverer to the author globally, she has developed a unique style of connecting the Multipliers leadership messages to tangible business issues and the needs of entrepreneurs and growth businesses. Whilst mastering the content, she has been instrumental in establishing Multipliers partners in South Africa and Europe as well as owning the license rights for the Middle East.

The combination of her business interests and dynamic delivery skills has resulted in Hazel being in demand for conference facilitation and senior team engagement.  Whether it is helping new CEOs assimilate and accelerate their integration into a team (from 3 months to 3 hours); enabling a dysfunctional team to become high performing; designing interventions that will engage large or intimate audiences of professionals to meet business outcomes; or just keeping an important offsite, on topic, on time and on track to meet their objectives.  Hazel brings unique energy and curiosity to enabling your meeting to be successful and leverage the time of the attendees.​

​When Hazel isn’t engaged in client interventions, her role as CEO is to establish new partners and alliances. She is an avid reader, attends 4-6 global thought leader conferences a year and is regularly engaged for her learning industry perspective by local media.