Jackie believes that success as a leader in the workplace is influenced by your capacity to build good relationships. By exploring your impact on others and how they impact you, you can learn how to cultivate more authentic and successful relationships in work and life. Jackie’s approach is to create a space that supports people to sharpen self-awareness, observe others and to recognise the dynamics operating in groups. Jackie believes building good relationships is the bedrock of succeeding in the workforce, especially as a leader, and that by exploring your impact on others and how they impact you, you will learn how to cultivate authentic and successful relationships in work and life. Jackie’s approach is to create q space that supports people to sharpen self-awareness, observe others and to recognise the dynamics operating in groups. With a passion for helping people to become more fully who they really are, as opposed to who they think they should be, Jackie promotes and enjoys creative approaches to learning and teaching.
Jackie has a Bachelor of Behavioural Sciences and Graduate Diplomas in Applied Organisational Psychology and Gestalt Therapy, and is a registered psychologist. She has over 15 years experience in human resources management, organisational consulting, coaching, facilitation and counselling, and has worked for and consulted to a number of top Australian organisations, including NAB, IBM, Drake, Bupa, Bank of Melbourne, Pitcher Partners and Nike. At ANZ in more recent years, Jackie worked on leadership development and the executive talent and leadership program. She also works with a range of small to medium sized businesses, has lived & worked in London and was an equity partner in a chain of convenience stores in Victoria for several years. This breadth of experience has provided Jackie with the capacity to do what she describes as “bringing together the two worlds of business and psychotherapy.”
Married with three small, beautiful boys, Jackie enjoys a busy and active family and community life.
Jackie is an associate partner of the space between Australia and is based in Melbourne. Many of her coaching clients choose to meet Jackie in the tranquillity of her CBD offices “thefoundry” at Stalbridge Chambers in Little Collins St, and find that the shift in physical space is helpful in reflecting on how they are being in their work life, as opposed to simply what they are doing. For more information visit www.foundry.net.au
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