Amos is an internationally recognised coach of C-suite leaders and their teams.
He is a registered Psychologist and Master Coach with the International Coaching Federation, the highest level of coach accreditation available globally.
Amos works with many of the world's most iconic, innovative and fastest growing organisations. Clients include Astra Zeneca, Barclays, BBC Worldwide, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, BNY Mellon, BT, Burberry, Deutsche Bank, Diageo, Greenpeace, Home Retail Group, Kerry Foods, Lloyds Bank, Maersk Shipping, Medecin Sans Frontieres, Qantas, RBS, Sainsburys, UBS, The Telegraph UK, Whitbread, Wood and Yahoo.
He recently returned to Australia with his family after ten years working in the UK, USA and China and, thanks to the recent rise of virtual working, is working with global clients from Sydney.
Amos’ coaching style is bold, transforming and highly relational. He applies a relentless focus to the delivery of real-world business outcomes while ensuring that the process is fun. A client recently described his approach as “empathy with edge”.
Sarah is a skilled executive coach and mentor. Experienced at working with leaders in corporate and professional services to enhance individual performance and develop high achieving teams.
Passionate about leadership, Sarah draws on over 25 years experience in global, blue chip organisations including PwC, JP Morgan and culminating as an executive director at Macquarie Group. As head of IT for Investment Banking, Funds Management and Leasing and Lending she led large global teams through growth (organically and by acquisition), cost cutting and organisational change. Working in partnership with business heads she shaped and executed strategy and led commercial management operations. She also led international support teams and a multi-disciplinary strategic change team, addressing regulatory change post GFC. She brings independent perspective and outcome focus to support clients to help them navigate challenges and achieve outcomes.
Starting her career in London, Sarah moved to Australia in 1997, but continued to lead global teams across Europe, USA and Asia. Sarah has regularly worked on initiatives on diversity, culture definition and leadership development.
Author of Breaking the Gender Code, Danielle is an executive coach, speaker, author and advocate who draws upon 14-years of corporate experience working in 4 countries as a CPA to a wide range of organisations, from private practice to global FTSE 500 companies.
Passionate about supporting executives to strive in their career while also supporting their wellbeing, she pivoted from a corporate career and have been serving clients in the wellbeing and coaching space for the past seven years.
With senior corporate financial expertise, experience of working in complex environments, business acumen, results oriented style and a strong focus on setting others up to succeed, she is well-positioned to help leaders and teams rise to change and challenge and achieve sustainable success.
She describes herself as on a mission to help leaders thrive at work so they can step into their full potential.
An advisor, facilitator and coach, Lorna has worked as an organisational psychologist and global leader in highly commercial and blue-chip environments across the globe for over 25 years. Prior to setting up her coaching practice, Lorna worked with the Macquarie Group as a Director for 14 years, including her role as Program Director for Macquarie Group’s Executive Director Leadership Program. Through this work she has developed an in-depth understanding of the leadership behaviours required for the future and how to assess and develop these. She has coached senior executives to enhance their performance and achieve sustained behavioural change. Lorna is a RegisteredPsychologist in Australia. Chartered Occupational Psychologist & Associate Fellow with the British Psychological Society and has her BA (Hons) from University College Dublin and MSc in Organisational Psychology from Queens University Belfast.
Dr. Amy Beacom
Dr. Amy Beacom is the Founder and CEO of the Center for Parental Leave Leadership. She has worked in the field of executive leadership development and coaching, with a particular focus on issues of relevance to women leaders, since 1996. She was a founding principal in a successful executive development firm later acquired by Mercer, before returning to academia and private consulting. In that role, Amy worked with Fortune 500 companies to craft custom leadership development experiences designed to support large scale culture change efforts. In 2006, after the birth of her first child, Amy envisioned a new field of executive coaching and consulting that focused on the unique challenges and opportunities faced by working parents – and their work organisations – specific to the parental leave timeframe. In 2006 she named this new type of consulting, “Maternity Coaching” (now Parental Leave Consulting and Coaching), andbegan to create the field through her doctoral research at Columbia University and her private consulting practice.
Caoimhe is a leadership development consultant, facilitator and executive coach with nearly 20 years experience working in Europe and Australia. She aims to help individuals enhance their performance and reach their potential by enhancing self-awareness and tailoring development to ensure strengths are maximised and development needs are overcome.
Caoimhe adopts an evidence-based, solution-focused approach to coaching. She draws on an array of proven tools, techniques and models to support successful and sustained behavioural change in a wide range of areas, including communication, influence, relationship-building, career management and well-being. As an Executive Coach, Caoimhe aims to facilitate executives to reach their potential by building rapport, setting goals and challenging current thinking patterns, all within a supportive and confidential environment.
John is a highly effective, results oriented coach and mentor who is skilled at working with executive teams to enhance performance. Proficient at CEO and Board reviews he is able to draw on a range of assessment tools and coaching methodologies to tailor programs to the specific needs of each client.
John is an experienced corporate executive with 25 years of senior management experience as a functional head in general management and as a CEO and managing director of both listed and unlisted businesses. He has board experience across a range of industries, disciplines, and geographies, especially the FMCG sector and financial services in Australia, New Zealand, and the UK. These businesses include Unilever, Mars and AMP.
Associate Partner - Wellness
Karen has built her success as an executive coach and consulting organisational psychologist from 25 years of working with organisations to grow their business by enhancing the effectiveness of their people. She works across the board of large and small organisations, in the private, public and not-for-profit sector, always attending to the unique cultural and context specific factors that drive each business. She works with senior leaders and their teams to facilitate learning and change in how they interact, perform and sustain that performance.
Following her studies in wellness in 2013, Karen co-developed the Managerial and Global Leadership Wellbeing Survey (GLWS) and established a new business venture with her long time colleague Audrey McGibbon. EEK & SENSE now exists to support organisations implementing wellbeing strategies and interventions for their senior leadership through the use of the GLWS. The GLWS is an ideal complement to Karen’s executive coaching practice.
Associate Partner - Wellness
Audrey is the joint CEO of EEK &SENSE, and the co-developer of the Global Leadership Wellbeing Survey (GLWS). She has over 25 years’ experience helping other coaches and human resource professionals to develop high performing and sustainable leaders, teams and organisations.
Predominantly, Audrey coaches ASX top 50 and leading professional service firms in Australia, with a specific evidence-based focus on understanding the drivers of performance, engagement and wellbeing. Audrey is passionate about creating a culture of joint-accountability for these factors, whereby leaders as rolemodels are central to any wellbeing strategy.
Ronan is a leader with a demonstrated ability to deliver and support individual and organisational transformation.
He brings over 20 years of experience from the Information Technology, education, engineering, communications, sports, government and National Governing Organisation fields. Ronan’s strengths include his ability to build trust and relatedness, the partnership he forms with his clients and the energy he brings to every conversation.
Ronan is a PCC qualified Executive Coach with the Neuroleadership Institute and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Applications from Dublin City University.