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I collaborate with a small group of trusted colleagues, working on specific projects in organisations committed to achieving results with engaged people, motivated individuals and high-performing teams.

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Being a more effective leaders does not mean you change who you are.  It means you are more able to be at your best in more situations.  Your leadership then has scale. You lift the capability of others around you, your team, and lift your collective results.

I am a seasoned coach, facilitator and trainer. I enable conversations that help people to gain different perspectives on the challenges and opportunities they are facing, so they have a wider range of approaches to help them move forward.


The areas I have a special interest in are:

  • Leading through influence; skills, tools and techniques to get real buy and generate desired outcomes
  • Collective leadership; working with teams to shift their culture, drive results & enhance their collective impact
  • Transition coaching to support people who are recently promoted or want to step up their leadership for future opportunities
  • The Leadership Cirlce as a framework for individaul and collective leadership development
  • Stakeholder engagement; collaboration and relationship skills to achieve shared outcomes

As a facilitator I design and deliver tailored interactive sessions. These have an emphasis on learning through doing, applying skills in real situations, reflecting and learning from experience to build confidence and skill.  These draw on sound research, while being pragmatic in application.  My experience in both the public and private sectors means I bring a combination of commercial nous and fresh thinking.


I am on the provider panels for AOG and LDC (facilitator and coach panel)

Please get in touch so we can start a conversation that will make a difference for you


Influencing in NZ business fascinates me. Most of the research I see comes out of the US, I am curious, and wonder what the Kiwi way of influencing at work is?  How are we different to the US or are we more similar than we realise?  I am currently researching these questions.

To date, 87 % respondents say that the ability to influence is highly or critically important for them to achieve at work.   There are some interesting trends starting to emerge. This is where I would like your help.  I would love to get as broad a range of responses as possible, please follow this link kiwi influencing at work survey to take part in this NZ survey.  

You can do this anonymously or leave your details so I can update you on the results.  I will share insights later in the year.



Develop your leadership and team work work with a unique experince on the Waitamata Harbour. Challenge yourself, have fun and learn new skills with my Navigating Leadership programme.

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  • Conference speaking on the above topics
  • Team facilitation