Leigh Arnold Communications builds connection and compassion through communications.

I help you get your stories seen and heard so you can make the world a better place for the people and communities you serve. 


I offer a broad range of communications skills and services based on more than 20 years’ experience in Australia, the Pacific and the United Kingdom.


I am proud of the results I deliver and committed to helping my clients and the people and communities they serve.


Working for a world where everyone can find connection and compassion through


Leigh is an excellent facilitator and communicator. Leigh worked with my team and Board to workshop our corporate plan. Leigh’s skills were invaluable – in making sure everyone felt comfortable to contribute, and ensuring we got through a lot of content in a short period of time. He managed to walk the fine line between driving us to achieve serious outcomes quickly, and making participation enjoyable for all. I would be very happy to work with Leigh again.

Nepelle Crane
CEO, NRM South

I had a fantastic time working with Leigh and really hope we get to again.  The work he produced, controlled and executed was brilliant and perfect for what we were trying to achieve.

Kate O’Shannessey
CEO General Practice Plus

Leigh is a great communicator – he’s professional, adaptable and takes the time to understand the drivers and outcomes required for a project. Leigh knew and understood our target audience and what we were looking to achieve. He has great facilitation skills and industry experience, applying a proactive and creative approach. Leigh is a pleasure to work with and I would not hesitate in recommending his services.

Jacqui Allen
Deputy Secretary, Cultural and Tourism Development, Department of State Growth
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