• I’m naturally curious, committed and collaborative

  • I’m naturally curious, committed and collaborative

My motivators

I used to be primarily driven by fulfilling my potential and focused all my efforts on where a role could take me next. But this was not sustainable in the long term for me.

Through my own personal coaching and exploration, I’ve learnt that my mix of motivators has changed. They have moved away from fulfilling potential to focusing more on the meaning of my work – the purpose and impact it has – and the joy it brings me. I’m curious to see how it will continue to evolve.

Helping people achieve clarity, fulfil their potential and purpose is meaningful work that I really enjoy! Facilitating change for individuals and organisations by helping creatively solve problems and balance needs fuels my own sense of fulfilment in the work I do.

My motivation mix before

Potential
Meaning
Joy

My motivation mix for now

Potential
Meaning
Joy

My values

I’m naturally curious, committed and collaborative. I can think big and small, and am just as comfortable with matters of the heart as well as the head. I have a friendly, yet focused style and think we all work best in a playful environment with a purposeful collective goal.

Collaboration

Inclusive team player focused on collective purpose and loving work

Curiosity

Incisive questions and exploration with empathy to drive positive change

Commitment

High quality delivery with a clear moral compass and outcome-focus

I value empathy, support and instilling confidence in those I work with. I focus on creating the optimal environment for each individual to drive their own change, often on fundamental level. Learn more

I have a clear moral compass and you can count on me to deliver as an individual and as a team player. A calming influence, I help anchor people to what is important in order to navigate change. Learn more

I value inclusion, integrity and openness and believe it’s vital for leaders to be role models. Using my own experience, I am vocal on the progress that needs to be embraced to make a positive difference. Learn more