We work in partnership with a range of organisations, in both public and private spheres, to produce cohesive and effective management teams.
We support executives and their teams achieve personal, cultural and business transformations needed to ethically deliver success for their businesses and create value for their shareholders and stakeholders. Our bank of talented coaches and mentors support executives and their organisations to achieve the outcomes both need to deliver success. They are highly respected and skilled individuals with deep knowledge and experience.
Our coaches and mentors are individuals who have had successful careers in the private sector or in the government sector or from the not for profit world. Several have had careers in more than one sector and have worked nationally and internationally.
Whether undergoing significant organisational transformation, or reinvigorating executive teams, or developing personalised one-on-one coaching interventions, we develop for our clients entirely bespoke coaching and mentoring solutions.
We work with people who want to make a difference and lead ethically and positively. Our background and skills enable us to find the right coach and for your particular situation. Our coaches and mentors are available nationally.
Meet some of our coaches here.
Christine Nixon APM
Christine is currently the Deputy Chancellor of Monash University, Chair of Monash College Pty Ltd and Chair of Good Shepherd Microfinance. She joined the New South Wales Police in 1972 rising to the rank of Assistant Commissioner in 1994. She was the Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police from 2001-2009. She then headed the Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Authority from February 2009 to September 2010.
Christine lectures with the Australian and New Zealand School of Government, consults, mentors and is a well now public presenter. In 2011 she released her memoirs “Fair Cop”, co-authored with Jo Chandler.
Christine is an extraordinary person who has experienced the best and worst of human behaviours. Her adage is “to whom much is given, much is expected”. She is a gifted and generous coach and mentor. She has Masters in Public Administration from Harvard University. She has received four honorary doctorates from major Australian Universities in recognition of her work and contributions to the community.