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  • John Wurcker CA, B Ag Econ, Dip Fin Mgt, MAICD

    Over a 30 year period John has worked as a facilitator, consultant, executive, CEO and director - in the private, public and not for profit sectors across the Asia Pacific region. As an experienced mindfulness practitioner and teacher, and a founding director of The Potential Project Australia, he is passionate about how mindfulness and a more effective mind can enhance the performance of our organisations and the wellbeing of staff.

  • Gillian Coutts B Ec, Grad Dip Stats/OR, Grad Dip Counseling

    Gillian has over 20 years experience as a leader and change agent in the sales and operations functions of large corporations. She has worked across a range of industries including retail, government, transport, oil and gas, and human services. She holds graduate qualifications in business, operations research and counseling, and is passionate about delivering the benefits of mindfulness to corporate life.

  • Murray Paterson, BSc (Hons), GAICD

    Murray has over 25 years’ experience in education - working as a senior leader and manager of educational design, development and delivery teams in various settings including university, professional association, corporate and professional services organisations. Murray has been a mindfulness practitioner for over 20 years and applies the understandings this has brought him to all aspects of his work, particularly as an executive coach and facilitator. He holds an honours degree in Zoology with a co-major in English literature and postgraduate training in instructional design.

  • Jo Gaha M.SocStuds, MAASW

    Jo holds postgraduate qualifications in social work and has many years experience in various contexts as a leader, facilitator, change agent, manager, clinician and teacher. Mindfulness is an important practice in her life and a powerful framework for working within organisations in all their complexity.

  • Robyne Blood, M.Sc.

    Robyne has extensive expertise in facilitating change at multiple levels: organisational, team and individual. Robyne utilises evidenced-based, positive psychology frameworks and often employs whole system dialogue interventions to rapidly accelerate change through broad engagement. Robyne incorporates principles and practices from complexity theory in her approach to resolving complex organisational change issues and has worked with many top Australian companies including McKinsey and Company. Robyne has incorporated mindfulness in her approach for many years.

  • Tanya James

    Tanya works at the cutting edge of social and organisational change, specialising in strategy implementation, leadership and innovation. She has 15 years’ experience designing, leading and consulting to business, government and non-profits. She is known for her deep understanding of how to change complex systems and develop collaborative capacity in teams, organisations and multi-stakeholder groups. Tanya’s life and approach to her work are centered on her many years of meditation practice.

  • Declan Brady

    Declan has 24 years experience working in the corporate sector as a leader and change agent in the IT and operations functions of large organisations. Working predominately in the financial services industry he has both led and coached teams to become more agile and resilient in how they adopt to the increasingly complex business environments. He consults in strategy execution, leadership development, cultural change and executive coaching. Declan is passionate about embedding evidenced-based mindfulness practices into daily organisational life. He sees mindfulness as a foundation stone for individuals and groups to work at their highest potential without having to sacrifice their wellbeing.

  • Robert Meredith

    For over 15 years Robert has worked with senior teams and management all over the world assisting them create the leadership and corporate cultures that support them to achieve their vision and goals. He was a foundation member of Mckinsey’s Mindsets and Capabilities initiative. Outside of work, his love of The Himalayas led him to create “Conscious Trekking”, a travel company taking like-minded people to discover ‘spirit of place’ in the mountains.

  • Sally-Anne Cotton

    Sally-Anne has more than 20 years experience as a facilitator and executive coach across a wide range of industries and sectors. She is passionate about supporting leaders and their organisations in being the best they can be: building values-driven cultures where people thrive and greater engagement and productivity translate into improved business performance. Sally-Anne is excited about the role Corporate Based Mindfulness Training can play in supporting personal and cultural transformation.

  • Nathalie Heynderickx

    Nathalie has an academic background in Computer Sciences and Project Management. She has worked with large global consulting firms for over 12 years implementing business transformation initiatives and gained experienced across several industries, roles, geographies and cultures. A deep mindfulness practice has been part of her corporate and personal life for over 10 years and she sees it as an important enabler of both high performance and wellbeing.

  • Sabina Vitacca

    Sabina has been delivering mindfulness programs professionally since 2008 both in England and Australia. Sabina’s professional experience working in the mental health field has allowed her to repeatedly observe the relationship between stress and health problems. This, and her personal experience of the benefits of mindfulness, motivates her to integrate mindfulness, awareness training and focus when working with colleagues and clients.

  • Eve Wilson

    Eve is a leader and manager in the allied health sector and a passionate mentor and coach for new business start-ups. Eve’s mindfulness practice began 30 years ago. She has experienced first hand the benefits of mindfulness to all aspects of life and the application of mindfulness in the work setting is an important aspect of her work. Eve is the facilitator and trainer for an innovative mindfulness based program for people with Parkinsons Disease.

  • Sharee Johnson, MAPS, BBSc, Grad Dip App Psych, Grad Dip HR

    Sharee is a registered Psychologist and Executive Coach. She has worked in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors over the last 24 years building a unique combination of expertise in organisational, health and counselling psychology. Sharee considers mindfulness the most effective way to bring sustained change and focus to life, particularly at work. Integrating mindfulness into her coaching and facilitation practice, enables clients to benefit from a growth mindset to help improve their performance and well-being.

  • Kerry Azar

    Kerry has an extensive background working in leadership, consulting and academic positions in Australia, Europe, USA and Asia - primarily across education, IT and aerospace. Kerry’s approach embraces the constant shift and change needed to successfully adapt, align and operate in a time short, complex and fast-moving business environment. She works as a consultant, leadership coach and facilitator and finds mindfulness flows naturally into this space.

  • Lindel Greggery

    Lindel is an experienced and engaging facilitator who “walks her talk” by integrating mindfulness into all aspects of daily work and life. She has practised mindfulness for more than a decade and has deep firsthand experience of how training attention and awareness transforms well-being and effectiveness. Having worked in Corporate Communications, run multiple businesses and facilitated in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, Lindel communicates well with a range of audiences. She has coached and facilitated individuals and teams across diverse sectors including Legal, Information Technology, Utilities and Government, and loves sharing mindfulness skills that are fundamental for greater calm, clarity and insight.

  • Johanne Klap, M.Ed.

    Jo is a leadership coach and designs and facilitates bespoke professional development programs for a diverse range of industries - including the resource, retail and military sectors. She holds a Masters in Education and a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology. Jo’s focus has always been on working from people’s own deep wisdom and assisting them to realise the potential in themselves and others. Jo integrates her own mindfulness practice with her corporate clients to enhance their engagement, performance and wellbeing.

  • Neera Scott

    Neera is a Potential Project senior consultant and accredited organizational coach (Institute of Executive Coaching & Leadership, Level 3) with over 20 years experience as a trainer and facilitator in both corporate and personal development settings.

    Since 2004 Neera has specialized in mindfulness training and wellbeing practices as an adjunct to leadership development, with a strategic and practical focus on improving wellbeing and stimulating positive change at the corporate decision-making level. Neera’s groundbreaking work with CEOs has been profiled in several business journals, including BRW, Company Director magazine and by The Australian Institute of Management.

    Neera also has extensive experience with a number of leading professional services firms, assisting delivery of collaborative design forums within a dynamic team of knowledge workers employing a unique approach to solving complex problems.

    Amongst Neera’s current projects is an organizational development contract within local government, assisting leaders and staff throughout the change management process.

    A dedicated mindfulness practitioner since 1993, Neera is passionate about the potential for mindfulness to create alignment within teams, and to harness an individual’s innate resources of presence, clarity, and resilience.

  • Camilla Maison  BA Com, Grad Dip Psyc, MSc Coach Psyc

    Camilla is an Executive Coach with a Masters of Science in Coaching Psychology, and is passionate about enabling people to work more effectively and improve their lives. Extensive corporate experience across a range of industries, has allowed Camilla to experience first hand, the benefits of having a mindfulness practice. She has found teaching mindfulness to corporates helps to fast track strategic and personal objectives, and increases performance, creativity and well-being.

  • Jennifer McAleer

    Jennifer has 20 years of extensive experience as an executive coach and facilitator across all levels of management and range of industries. Her strong focus is to facilitate a person’s mindset, skills and capability to excel professionally and personally. Jennifer grounds her methodologies firmly in the context of business whilst bringing to bear relevant principles from psychology, neuroscience and welbeing. With a passion for optimal individual /team health and performance, Jennifer has utilised her Degree in Applied Science,Diploma in Yoga teaching and a longterm mindfulness practice as the foundation for her entire career

  • Sue O’Dea

    Sue’s overarching commitment and passion is to support organisational and individual growth using strategic goals as a starting point. Designing and delivering culture change and leadership development initiatives to help achieve strategic goals forms the basis of Sue’s integrated approach with clients that has evolved through her 20 years of experience as both a consultant and business leader. While enabling strategy implementation is always a key priority, Sue believes that this goes hand in hand with creating mindful work environments that support the development of individuals and the organisation as a whole.

    Spanning her eight years with McKinsey & Company, and subsequent years as an independent consultant, Sue has worked closely with CEO’s, their senior teams, line managers and HR professionals in the industrial, professional services, telecommunications, government and financial services sectors, on shorter engagements through to multi-year performance and cultural transformation projects. Mindfulness training is integral to all of her work with individuals, teams and whole of organisation change.

  • Holly Parry

    Holly has deep understanding and experience in what it takes to create and sustain exceptional performance. She has over 13 years’ experience of coaching, developing and supporting individuals, teams and organisations to clarify their vision, values and organisational strategies, to achieve their desired outcomes.

    Her key areas of expertise include facilitation, culture change, coaching, leadership development, capability development program design and delivery, employee engagement, and thriving in complexity. She sees mindfulness training as critical to achieving positive results in all of these areas, and is passionate about helping organisations to embed evidenced-based mindfulness practices into daily work practices.

    Holly has a Masters of Organisational Coaching (USYD), a Bachelor of Arts/Law (UNSW), is an accredited mindfulness trainer and accredited in a number of coaching instruments.

  • Anashree Dahl

    Anashree has extensive experience working across a number of people, culture and leadership development initiatives in professional services organisations in Australia and Asia. Her key areas of expertise include leadership development, culture change and building high performance at an individual, team and organisational level. Anashree is passionate about developing the mindsets, skills and behaviours necessary to navigate change and complexity in a way that unlocks potential and supports innovation, and sees evidence-based mindfulness training as a critical component of this. Anashree has a Master of Science in Coaching Psychology, a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) and a Bachelor of Laws degree, and is an accredited mindfulness trainer.

  • Matt McFarlane

    Matt is a psychologist and corporate consultant with experience working with a range of public, private and non-government organisations in Australia and in offshore fly-in-fly-out roles. Matt provides individualised advice and coaching support to managers and leaders, as well as design and delivery of leadership training programs, organisational development initiatives and people risk interventions. Matt’s mindfulness practice and understanding of neuroscience inform his consulting work.