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Philip graduated from Massey University New Zealand in 1992, and spent 7 years in small animal practice before undertaking a residency and Masters degree program at the University of Melbourne. For over 20 years, Philip has worked in both university and private emergency practice. He has lectured extensively both within Australia, and internationally, has examined for the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists, and is a published author and expert in Australian snake envenomation. Philip is also co-founder and director of Vet Education Pty Ltd, and has written and delivered over 30 online courses to more than 4500 vets and vet nurses/technicians worldwide. Philip has a keen interest and passion for ventilation therapy, surgical emergencies, and envenomation therapy. Philip dedicates his non-work time to ultramarathon running, sea kayaking, and falling off his mountain bike.
Throughout Gill’s earlier career as a project manager, it was always intrigued her to see how the “softer stuff” – like team morale, the ability to collaborate and communicate, handle conflict and cope with change and ambiguity – contributed to project success far more than simply “following the plan”. She went on to discover that management and leadership were no different.
Over the past 10 years, she has “dug deep” to increase her understanding of human behaviour, how we operate and what makes us thrive as individuals and in teams and have studied various practices and frameworks such as neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), coaching & mentoring, behavioural psychology, motivation, conflict and, more recently,
In 2014, Gill certified as an Agile Coach and has since witnessed many turnarounds of teams who have achieved better productivity and performance in their new way of working.
Currently, Gill serves her clients in the delivery of training courses, team & leadership coaching & mentoring and team development – in both Agile and non-Agile environments.
She gets great satisfaction from designing and leading programmes for organisations in conflict management, coaching skills for managers, stakeholder engagement and leadership development.
Paul Ashley Jensen is described by those who know him well as the People person. Paul is a father and a serial entrepreneur who has been helping leaders build winning teams on four continents for over a decade. He believes that team performance is one of the few remaining untapped competitive advantages available to you and your organisation. He has over a decade of success in helping organisations in diverse environments create the culture to help their teams take their performance to the next level.