Kerryn is Director at Human Capital International and Founder/Director at Kru Consulting. As an Organisational and Coaching Psychologist with over 25 years experience in consulting and leadership roles, Kerryn coaches boards, senior executives, female leaders and change champions to optimise their influence of large-scale organisational, cultural and sector-wide change. She guide leaders in the negotiation and management of their careers; coaching them to strengthen their executive presence, leverage collaboration technologies and broaden their networks to build impact. Her passion is in developing the capacity and confidence of leaders to embed a coaching culture in their professional lives. Kerryn believes that embedding the discipline of reflective practice, supported by nourishing relationships, is key to helping leaders identify and question the assumptions and behaviours that shape decisions and enable them to thrive in complex, ambiguous and high pace environments. Kerryn is a level three accredited organisational coach (advanced coaching practice), mentor coach and qualified supervisor with the Institute of Executive Leadership and Coaching (IECL), the Psychology Registration Board and the Australian Psychological Society (APS). She is recognised as a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation (ICF), is a Member of the International Society of Coaching Psychology, leads the Women in Leadership group and facilitates supervision skills training for psychologists for the Victorian College of Organisational Psychologists.
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