Annual Report 2015

2015 was the year of taking my work internationally. Particularly, I delivered a major action learning based program for East African public servants working in infrastructure; a workshop on Leadership in Zambia; and, teaching Macquarie University students to think critically about leadership in a global context. Domestically, I continued my work across Australia, and ended the year being invited to facilitate a series of cross-sector roundtable discussions for COAG’s Domestic Violence Advisory Panel.

Mandela Square, South Africa

Mandela Square, South Africa “May your choices reflect your hopes not your fears”

What I did in 2015:

My work this year resulted in:

  • 550 university students learning about global and adaptive leadership
  • 200 social sector people trained in self care practice
  • 150 social sector people trained in leadership skills
  • 100 young people trained in facilitation, leadership, consultation and project management skills
  • Working with 50 African Leaders
  • 50 social sector people trained in leading change
  • 35 people experienced transformational learning through action learning and group coaching sessions
  • 15 people trained in action learning facilitation skills
  • Developed 11 strategic plans and/or business models with social sector organisations
  • I spent 10% of my time working pro-bono, with Queer Screen and
    The Social Outfit.
  • I worked alongside hundreds of other people at conferences, forums, roundtables and other programs.

Who I worked with:

Australian AID, Development Bank of Southern Africa, Centre for Multicultural Youth, Department of Education and Communities, Domestic Violence New South Wales, Dusseldorp Forum, Greenpeace Australia Pacific, Homelessness NSW, Macquarie University Global Leadership Program, Macquarie University PACE Program, Mental Health Workforce Development Consultants, Office Environment and Heritage, Office for Women Prime Minister & Cabinet, Parramatta Council, Parramatta Regional Homelessness Interagency, Rape and Domestic Violence Services Australia, Reachout, Social Traders, School for Social Entrepreneurs, Solar Citizens, Sydney University Medical School, Sydney School of Public Health, The Social Outfit, University of NSW Media Unit, Youth Action, Youth Affairs Council of WA and individuals for private coaching.


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