Arlene has over 2200 hours of coaching experience with more than 225 clients, over a period of 22 years

Leadership Coaching

Benefits of being coached as a leader offers you:

  • an expanding sense of what is possible
  • clarity in understanding your strengths, weaknesses and alternative approaches to any current paradigm (particularly if it doesn’t seem to be gaining any traction)
  • learning in how to work though others to develop culture, collaborate and offer more sustained success.

Leadership coaching can include the use of profiling or 360° feedback to guide the coaching intentions for the individual or the company .

Conversations in leadership coaching sessions can be externally oriented or internally focused – examples include:


A leader wants their team to have well thought out projects and better customer service.
The session is focused on working on clarity of communication and directions for the leader herself. She was able to identify what needed to occur to move her team in the direction she expected for her vision of better customer service to external stakeholders.


The leader wants to have greater positive impact with peers.
This leader had a number of cross team projects that had managers who were more dominant than herself. She tended to blurt out her thoughts without structuring her responses in order to be heard above the others. This had resulted in their opinion of her as being “weak”, undisciplined and grand-standing on issues.

If you want to make minor, incremental changes and improvement, work on practices, behaviour or attitude. But if you want to make significant, quantum improvement, work on paradigms… perception, assumption, theory, frame of reference or lens through which you view the world. Stephen Covey
The 8th Habit: From Effectiveness to Greatness

Arlene has over 2200 hours of coaching experience with more than 225 clients, over a period of 20 years. She brings a broad range of capabilities and is sought after for her ability to comprehend the impact of complex legislative, political and environmental landscapes leaders and managers work in.
Her CEO experience is with for profit, and not for profit, aged care, education, community (women’s and children, sexual health) and disability industries. This has provided her with experience in coaching people who identify with being ATSI or CaLD. She has undertaken many Executive and General Manager coaching engagements both privately and through Board Chair requests.