Why do people seek me out as a team coach and facilitator? It’s for my philosophy that the best ideas come from within teams and organisations. Ideas designed by your people, for your people and organisation.

So what’s my role? I help teams to create new concepts, solutions and plans using a broad range of methods, disciplines and tools. We co-design together.

It’s an approach that inspires creative thinking and helps people challenge assumptions. It helps teams generate better ideas—and take action—faster and with greater confidence.

There are three main areas where I work with teams.

Team coaching

  • Increase alignment, confidence and creativity. Expand thinking and work with a greater sense of clarity and courage.
  • Most importantly I provide the positive stretch, challenge and candour you might need (because people and teams often do) to think and work differently.

Facilitation: workshops / meetings

  • Interactive, energetic and bespoke workshops: strategy development, leadership and team alignment, and discovery, design and planning

Co-design and discovery processes

  • Define the future you want; assess where you are today; generate fresh ideas; build and execute your plan; adapt and learn at speed

Who’s it for?

I’m known for working with progressive people, teams and companies who want to explore what’s possible, challenge the status quo and work with integrity, energy and purpose.

I am experienced at working with people and teams from many different backgrounds, industry sectors, cultures and stages of life. My approach is practical, empathic and no-nonsense.

My specialist areas of expertise include:

  • Global IT organisations and start-ups
  • Business operations and shared services
  • Local and federal government
  • Strategy, transformation and change
  • Project management teams / PMOs
  • People, culture and human resources

How does it work?

We start with where you’re at now and what you want to do next. And we use a practical diagnostic approach to get clear on the when, what, how and why.

Based on that assessment we’ll work out the best approach and draw on a broad range of leading edge and tried-and-tested disciplines, tools and methods. It’s a cross-discipline approach as one size does not fit all.

  • Design thinking
  • Agile ways of working
  • Appreciative inquiry
  • Positive psychology
  • Social learning
  • Leadership development
  • Coaching
  • Participative facilitation
  • Visual thinking
  • Storytelling/narratives
  • Change methods and tools
  • Project management
  • Neuroscience-based approaches

Let’s get to work on your priorities.

Contact me to learn more