Carol Howard, Director
I partner with people and teams to help them find clarity, confidence, and capability. My philosophy is that the best solutions and ideas are designed by you, for you. My work is as a leadership coach, team coach, facilitator and co-designer.
I have a reputation for helping people and teams discover, explore and experiment with new ways of thinking, working and being. My approach is evidence-based.
My experience includes many years working with leading companies including: Cisco, Twitter, Snap Inc, Virgin, Air New Zealand and Optus. I partner with progressive people and teams to explore what’s possible, challenge the status quo and work with integrity, energy and purpose.
I’m a credentialed coach (ACC) and member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) and Institute of Coaching (IOC). I also belong to the International Association of Facilitators (IAF) and Change Management Institute (CMI).
My coaching background includes certifications in neuroscience, narrative, somatic and strengths-based methodologies. I’ve proudly trained as a team coach with Dr David Clutterbuck and Tammy Turner MCC.
My background is in leading complex global projects, programs and teams out of Australia and the United States. I led large-scale business operations, technology and transformation initiatives impacting 70,000 employees around the globe. I have 18+ years working with remote and virtual teams online and via video.
It also included working at the senior executive level and coalface: leading complex initiatives, getting global projects back on track, and coaching senior executives and leadership teams through complexity, ambiguity and change.
Design thinking, neuroscience, appreciative inquiry, agile change, positive psychology, systems thinking and participative facilitation influence my approach. I bring pragmatism, humour and a reputation for getting results.
I now live in lovely New Zealand with 75% of my clients from the US and 25% from across the Asia-Pacific region. I have lived in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and United States.