Margaret Devlin is a highly qualified professional facilitator, consultant and mentor with over 30 years experience. Her formal qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts, Diploma of Education and a Post Graduate Diploma in Organisation Behaviour. In addition, she is an accredited administrator of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI), Spiral Dynamics Integral®, and a Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP).
Mike’s skills lie in the areas of leading, managing and developing people. He has a keen eye for the commercialisation of opportunities and thinks strategically. Mike’s well-developed analytical skills have been applied in building and maintaining business relationships, as well as relationships in the educational and counselling fields. Mike has a high level of competency in coaching, counselling, public speaking, teaching and facilitating.
Kiara Cullia is passionate about helping people unlock their potential to reach and surpass their goals. She is a qualified Meta Dynamics Practitioner and Transformational Coach with a bachelor degree of Business majoring in Management and Human Resources.
Roger Baker is the Finance Manager at the Centre for Organisation Development. He has a strong background in Business with over 10 years of experience in Management, ranging from Retail to SME Multi-National Companies, but developed a love of bookkeeping when he saw many businesses not correctly analysing their financial position.
Mark has an Economics and International Politics degree. He has completed Consulting and Facilitation seminars at Hawthorn Institute, Maxxim, P/D Performance Dynamics, Integro, Liberty Consulting, Australian Psychologists Press, and has Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment. Mark has twenty six years of training and consulting experience and has managed his own training business for 16 years.
Suzanne started her career as a graduate in training at a large semi government organisation and quickly progressed to participating in the Equal Opportunity department that was a forerunner in the country. She was part of a team of learning and development specialists focusing on bringing change to an organisation steeped in many years of cultural division.