alex richardson client success director

Alex Richardson

Client Success Director

Alex Richardson is one of the Founders and a Director at Art of Mentoring with responsibility for Sales and Client Success.

Alex is passionate about mentoring and has wide experience across many mentoring programs both local and international.

Alex has helped build some of Australia’s largest mentoring programs across a wide range of sectors including Government, Law, Financial Services, Health and Allied Health. He is passionate about making a difference to peoples’ work lives, empowering them through mentoring to make the best of their career. He is also committed to helping organisations to attract, engage, develop and retain their valued members or employees.

Graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Audio Engineering, Alex worked as a recording sound engineer/producer then moved into video production and animation before co-founding Art of Mentoring.



A guide to unleashing the hidden value in your organisation through high impact strategic mentoring programs.

Most human beings and organisations have one thing in common – they both want to do better. But it’s hard for one to achieve without the other. When you can harness both you can achieve great things.

Unfortunately, most organisational structures are hierarchical, which may aid efficiency but not necessarily “real” human interaction.

Solving the human equation is the cornerstone of great culture and the larger and more diverse the workforce, the more challenging it becomes, even before we factor in things like location, technology and pay rates.

Well designed and managed mentoring programs can have a dramatic impact on workplace culture and people engagement. A strategic mentoring program transcends hierarchy, creating relationships and interactions to build individual and hence organisational value.

In this guide we present you with proven practical insights on how to design, build, implement and automate a high influence mentoring program and create your own ripple effect.

the ripple effect