Before Alison sought out greener pastures and settled in Melbourne Australia, she was part of the pioneering team within City & Guilds of London Institute (CGLI), implementing competency based training and assessment. As well as reaching the peak within her industry as a learning advisor, trainer and assessor and also a business owner.

Arriving in early 1999 she welcomed in the new millennium with certification as a Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and a toolbox full of other effective methods and coaching techniques.

Alison has worked in a wide range of industries ranging from retail, IT, manufacturing, administration, project management consultancy, through to the world of oil and gas as well as government organisations. She has also spent six years living and working abroad in developing countries, which has created a uniquely inclusive cultural perspective, strengthening her coaching skills.

The focus of her work over recent years has been facilitating leadership and graduate development programs, train the trainer and workplace coaching, negotiation skills and facilitating cultural diversity and performance management skills. With her experience covering private industry, government organisations as well as accredited training organisations.

What makes Alison different from other coaches?

Besides her varied experience, extensive skills and knowledge, Alison brings a dynamic energy to learning and change, which is inspiring and motivating. She is laser focused on delivering what you need and wants to make a difference to your life in an effective, sustainable and dynamic manner.

When asked about change, Alison says:

‘Change is about you. It’s about being human. It’s about having the tools and skills to think better, make better choices and having the ability to change the way you feel.' 

Alison's success is measured by seeing your life’s passion reignited and an air of satisfaction settle over your life.