Masters of Applied Science (Psychology of Coaching) – Workplace and Executive Coaching – University of Sydney
Bachelor of Applied Science (Consumer Science) – University of Newcastle
Kevin is committed to positive change at the individual and organisational level. Informed by adult developmental theory and the complexity sciences, he focuses on supporting leaders to engage effectively with the complexity and tension of today’s workspaces using current best knowledge combined with practitioner expertise.
Prior to establishing his coaching consultancy in 2013, Kevin worked in pharmaceutical sales leadership roles at state, regional and national levels with national and multi-national organisations. As part of his coaching practice he recently spent three years facilitating and coaching psychologically based approaches to safety in the heavy industry sector at both frontline and leadership levels. Kevin also has significant experience working with leaders at all levels in both the corporate and social purpose sectors..
In addition to his consultancy, Kevin is currently a PhD candidate at Canterbury Christchurch University. He is area of interest is how coaching can best support leaders engage with the wicked problems of today’s complex world: In particular, he is researching the notion of “phronetic” leadership – i.e. leadership that focuses on the greater good – and the role of coaching and coaches in helping leaders and organisations understand and achieve this.
Associate member, British Psychological Society and BPS – Special Interest Group in Coaching
Association for Coaching
University of Sydney Coaching and Mentoring Association
Accredited – Facilitator – Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Accredited – EAR – Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Accredited – Hogan Assessments
Accredited – Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (Stages 1&2)
Accredited – MTQPLUS (Mental Toughness) Practitioner
Accredited – GLWS (Global Leadership Wellness Survey) Practitioner
Accredited – StrengthsFinder Practitioner
In Training – Subject Object Interview – Reliable Rater
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