Member Since: 20th Jul 2017
I am an organisational behaviourist and learning strategist, focusing on the interface between human behaviour and the digitally emergent organisation. A design thinker by nature.
Prior to opening The Coaching House in 2009, I consulted for a global management consulting firm (Accenture). During this time I gained experience across industries and have since continued to deepen my expertise in learning strategy, change management, organisational design, quantum leadership, and coaching.
I use design thinking together with my deep expertise in change Management and Learning to solve for complex challenges, and develop creative and sustainable solutions for my clients.
I am a developing writer. I have co-authored Accelerated Learning for Breakthrough Results, and a popular columnist for Talent Talks. My column focuses on providing leaders with a DIY guide to building future fit teams. I am a strong, impactful facilitator and a thought-provoking speaker.
I earned my Master’s Degree in Education and my Honours degree in Psychology. I am also a trained Ballroom and Latin American dance instructor which makes me as agile on the dance floor as I am in the boardroom.
I have a consulting focus aimed at value creation and a passion for people development. A self –confessed blue sky thinker and keen star gazer. But most importantly I am a mother to 3 awesome children and a very blessed wife!
CEO The Coaching House
22nd Jul 2019
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