A lot of people ask us, “What’s it really like working at Google?”. The truth is, it’s really cool. There’s this unique, powerful magic about the place that attracts – and retains – incredible talent.
So now we’re drawing on our combined 20 years’ experience at Google to bring about dramatic changes for the better in workplaces across the globe.
We believe in the power of people.
We strongly believe that people are every organisation’s biggest asset and without an inclusive culture, collaborative teams and highly self-aware leaders and managers, your business is unlikely to succeed in the long run.
And that’s where we can help. We’re passionate about helping people to reach their full potential through learning and development.
We embrace difference.
Valuing and leveraging differences in people is not just what we believe in, it’s who we are. When you work with us, you’ll notice we’re complete opposites: an introverted thinker and an extroverted visionary; one very much into the details, the other flying high with big picture ideas; a coffee-drinker and a chai-sipper; a dog-lover and you guessed it, a … penguin-lover! (Luckily, one thing we do share is a sense of humour.)
Hiam has a passion for pinpointing the simplest strategies to help individuals and teams build the skills, confidence and competence needed to become genuinely customer-focused and deliver bottom line business results. As a sociology major and specialist in change management she looks for the common traits amongst the top performers that are coachable for all.
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Monika’s draws on over 10 years’ experience in Google sales management; learning & development and program facilitation; to implement training which produces lasting positive outcomes. Drawing on a Masters in Coaching Psychology, principles of TaiChi and meditation; Monika translates formal learnings into everyday context to help individuals implement positive change in their day-to-day work.
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“Hiam and Monika bring a more innovative and effective understanding of emotional intelligence, cultural diversity, perceptions and human interaction, so clients can master high-stakes situations to increase both the bottom line and long-term relationships.” Professor Stuart Diamond, Getting More
From being the Non Executive Chairman of Can Too Foundation to the Chairman of the CEO Institute, Anne’s expertise is in working with organisations to elevate the performance of their Social Sustainability and CSR efforts, strategically and meaningfully improving their impact on people and society, and creating positive social change in the communities they live and operate in.
Lali is the National Manager for Westpac’s Davidson Institute. He advocates for the role of innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship to help people and organisations to thrive, deliver social impact, and be financially sustainable. He is also a mentor for emerging leaders and cares about helping people to realise their potential.
Sonya is extremely passionate about embracing technology to advance learning and research. From being the Manager of Digital Innovation at the University of Sydney to the Co-Founder of Changineers, she prides herself on having a gritty growth mindset.
Niamh is dynamic and highly effective outcomes oriented professional with 20 years experience in guiding business strategy, transformation and success. She will be taking her proven track record focused on raising people performance, improving customer experience, and creating business and customer acceptance of change to her collaborative partnership with us.
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Be inspired: Seek to learn from those achieving better outcomes in the workplace and seek to share knowledge with others. Look for ‘different practice’ as well as ‘best practice’.
Be impactful: Believe that work can always be better. Look for the right places to make a positive impact and understand that meaningful change takes leadership, courage and patience.
Be collaborative: Always seek to connect people, teams, organisations and communities that can benefit from collaboration.
Be authentic: Bring your whole self to work. Leverage diversity in order to make a difference.