Mentors

Alfred

Knowing Your Core Values: our 2nd Key of Kindness

Alfred Leung is our founding/lead mentor and co-creator of the Core Values module. Based in Perth, Australia, he has extensive experience in a wide range of leadership roles in both commercial and public sectors, where he has developed a keen interest in the human side of organisations.

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David

Inquiring from a Place of Not Knowing: our 1st Key of Kindness.

David Shaked is our lead mentor and co-creator of the Appreciative Inquiry module. Based in London, United Kingdom, he is a positive organizational transformation leader helping individuals, groups and organizations “get in gear” (or shift to a higher gear…) for positive change. He supports leaders and teams in creating inspiring visions for their future and in finding ways forward. David enables clients to think differently and unlock possibilities – no matter how difficult a situation may seem. He does this through flexible, creative and practical use of strength-based approaches to change facilitation/enablement and… by asking different questions!

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George

Social Value Innovation: our 5th Key of Kindness

George Eapen is our founding/lead mentor and co-creator of the Social Value Innovation module. Based in Bangalore, India, George brings his strong sustainability focus to his role in the leadership team at Innomantra. He drives the Strategic and Functional Innovation practice and has co-developed the framework Innovation 3x, with a responsibility of delivering consulting engagements and developing leadership teams.

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Jo

Understanding and Appreciating Difference: our 4th Key of Kindness

Jo McNeilly is our lead mentor and co-creator of the Type module. Based in Perth, Western Australia, she is an Organisational Development professional with over 30 years of industry experience leading and facilitating change and empowering employees. Jo is also an experienced coach and facilitator. She has extensive experience both as an internal and external consultant working with people and organisations for transformation, positive growth and improved organisational effectiveness and health.

Jo has a great understanding of people, does not take herself too seriously and promotes calmness in others, extremely good at handling complex situations and people, very personable. Fabulous facilitator and developer.
— Dean Teaching and Learning, Curtin University.

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Sally

Leadership through engaging with new ways of thinking and doing: our 6th Key of Kindness

Sally Paulin is our founding/lead mentor and co-creator of the Theory U module. Based in Perth, Australia, she uses her many skills to facilitate conversations which create sustainable and innovative solutions for business and community. This is her valuable contribution to develop social capital.

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Tertta

Core Purpose: our 3rd Key of Kindness

Tertta Paananen is our lead mentor and co-creator of the Paths to Identity module. Based in Viitasaari, Middle Finland, she has a focus on working co-creatively with her clients to support all aspects of their people leading learning processes to create a sustainable learning organisation that attracts and retains high performing people.

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Wendy

Making Friends with Your Time: our 7th Key of Kindness

Wendy Campbell is our founding/lead mentor and creator of the Time Leadership module. Based in Perth, Australia, she is enjoys helping people to discover more of their potential, and to make the time for their potential to emerge. Her portfolio of skills as a coach, author, publisher and entrepreneur are a solid basis for her work, whether with family, friends or clients.

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Anne

Inquiring from a Place of Not Knowing: our 1st Key of Kindness

Anne Radford is our past mentor and co-creator of the Appreciative Inquiry module. Based in London, United Kingdom, she is a thinking partner/coach and for many years published the management journal AI Practitioner which focuses on strengths-based approaches to individual and organizational change, including Appreciative Inquiry (AI).

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Catlyne

Finding Your Core Purpose: our 3rd Key of Kindness

Catlyne Hos is our past mentor and co-creator of the Paths to Identity module. Based in Albany, Australia, she uses a range of general consulting and facilitation skills as well as specialist professional skills as an Organisational Psychologist to work co-creatively with her clients.

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Sue

Understanding and Appreciating Difference: our 4th Key of Kindness

Sue White is our past mentor and co-creator of the Type module. Based in Melbourne, Australia, she focuses mainly on coaching for leaders who know they must introduce and manage change and with individuals in career transition. She is passionate about the role social justice plays in creating a fairer society.

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