Combining 15 years as Principal of one of Australia’s leading and largest independent schools, together with 10 years on the Council of The University of Melbourne, including four years as Deputy Chancellor and Adjunct Professor in The School of Education, La Trobe University, I have significant experience in a wide range of areas from mentoring and coaching Principals and CEOs to the development of aspiring leaders. I advise and consult on organisational culture and deliver motivating and inspirational key note addresses.
I have a particular interest in providing guidance to parents in relation to educational choices for their children and assisting teacher graduates gaining the very best for themselves and/or their organisation. I am greatly enjoying the rewards of mentoring others, both established leaders and those beginning their professional careers in order to achieve their potential. In particular I am loving the privilege of mentoring Principals in schools across the diverse educational sectors. Enabling individuals to develop their full potential for self fulfilment is my passion.
Mentoring and Coaching – in particular Principals/CEO’s in their early stages of development as well as established leaders who enjoy being challenged and re energised.
Recruitment of outstanding staff and Educational Leaders – a School is only as good as the staff they employ – love seeing staff thrive and I enjoy the rewards of appointing great staff to great schools!
Organisational Culture – advising on the shaping of innovative, inclusive and thriving learning communities.
Leadership Development – advising on how to obtain the best from your Leadership team/s and the individuals within.
Motivational/Inspiring Keynote Addresses – engaging your community to remain focused, enthusiastic and motivated.
Facilitating International Collaborations – provision of guidance and advise to engage your organisation with global connections and opportunities.
Providing advice, support and expertise to parents navigating the complex decisions around choosing the “right” school for their child/children.