Sarah Liyanage Denney

Partnerships & Training AU & Asia



Sarah Liyanage Denney believes in working environments where all individuals advocate as much for one another as they do the company’s purpose.

Through her experience with and research across an array of industries, she has observed a universally causal link between organisational culture and people performance.

Sarah founded Kin Space, where she applies her expertise in the presentation and facilitation of empathy building and behaviour change programs across executive and operational teams using VR (Virtual Reality).

Kin Space exists to improve the world of work. Creating healthier workplace interactions through guided interactive learning experiences.

Their interactive learning environments depict and replicate “real world” scenarios and outcome-focused experiences to deliver increased knowledge and understanding, behavioural change and application.

And has worked with clients including Haynes Group, NTUC Income, and James Hardie.

Sarah says "Enhancing self-awareness, emotional intelligence and soft skills via our behaviour modification learning programs and tools, we strengthen cultures through trust-building and an increased sense of belonging and contribution.

As a result, your people will perform better, advocate company culture, and ultimately stay with you longer."

Additionally Sarah is sitting on the Board of Directors for NFP Bridging Lanka, working directly with their team, facilitating organisational alignment in an emergent and dynamic landscape.