Our People

Andi Pert

Andi Pert is a Facilitator and Executive Coach with over 25 years experience in corporate and community based environments.  Andi has a background in global corporate enterprise, Big 4 management consulting and boutique leadership development consulting, having worked with and consulted to organisations such as IBM, KPMG, NAB, Telstra, Corporate Vision (now Mettle), CBA, Deloitte, ANZ, Coles Myer, Auastralia Post, Holden, CSL and the AFL.

Andi’s forte is facilitating high impact leadership development programs and coaching individuals using the most up to date research and techniques from positive psychology, appreciative inquiry, emotional intelligence, and personal leadership development. Her particular passion and focus is assisting women at all stages of their work/life journey and in particular supporting women in transition.

Andi facilitates and coaches mid to senior level women using a strengths based approach aimed at enabling them to be at their unique best, mentally, emotionally and physically in the whole of their life. Andi works with her clients to develop strategies to build satisfaction in work/life: establish purpose and passion, discover their authentic leadership style, manage their energy, and enhance their performance, and well-being.

Andi is a Member of the International Positive Psychology Association and an Associate Member of the International Coach Federation.

She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science and is accredited to facilitate and coach individuals and teams using the Human Synegistics Lifestyles Inventory (LSI and GSI), Multi-factor Leadership Questionnaire (MLQ), DISC, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and uses the VIA Signature Strengths Survey and Realise 2 strengths extensively in her work.

For the past 10 years, Andi has been a Senior Associate and the Melbourne Lead for Xplore for Success, developing and running career resiliency programs for women leaders in large Australian corporations.  Since 2009, she has been a mentor and coach to Bright Embers, a group of small business owners impacted by the Marysville bushfires. She is also a Key Mentor for the AFL’s Jill Lindsay Scholarship program.


 

Mim Bartlett

Mim Bartlett is a highly sought after practitioner who brings a wide range of skills and experience to her work as a Facilitator and Executive Coach. She has over nineteen years experience facilitating transformational leadership programs for several leading global consultancies. She has worked with organisations including Suncorp, NAB, BankWest, Colonial First State, Reuters and Deloitte. Mim has a strong reputation with her clients for her excellent results and her commitment to developing and deepening client relationships. Mim has spent six years living and working in China, Hong Kong and Singapore. Her exposure to different cultures, Chinese language fluency and experience in law, sales and marketing for multi national companies enable her to connect with a diverse group of people across many industries.

Mim is a lawyer with a Law/Arts degree majoring in Chinese language from Melbourne University. Mim did her articles at King and Wood Mallesons in Melbourne and worked as an inhouse lawyer for ABN AMRO in Singapore.

She is a qualified psychotherapist with a Diploma in Gestalt Therapy – a relational and experiential therapy focusing on increasing self-awareness. Mim is also an Executive Coach having trained at the Institute of Executive Coaching. Mim delivers effective outcomes for her clients using the most up to date research and methodologies including Positive Psychology, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Gestalt therapy and leadership development.

Mim works with her clients to develop self awareness, build confidence, understand personal strengths, identify their purpose and passion in life and develop their authentic leadership style. One of Mim’s greatest strengths is her ability to build strong rapport and trust, enabling her to motivate and challenge her clients. “Mim Bartlett is a highly sought after practiitioner who brings a wide range of skills and experience to her work as a Facilitator and Executive Coach. She has over nineteen years experience facilitating transformational leadership programs for several leading global consultancies. She has worked with organisations including Suncorp, NAB, BankWest, Colonial First State, Reuters and Deloitte. Mim has a strong reputation with her clients for her excellent results and her commitment to developing and deepening client relationships. Mim has spent six years living and working in China, Hong Kong and Singapore. Her exposure to different cultures, Chinese language fluency and experience in law, sales and marketing for multi national companies enable her to connect with a diverse group of people across many industries.

Mim is a lawyer with a Law/Arts degree majoring in Chinese language from Melbourne University. Mim did her articles at King and Wood Mallesons in Melbourne and worked as an inhouse lawyer for ABN AMRO in Singapore.

She is a qualified psychotherapist with a Diploma in Gestalt Therapy – a relational and experiential therapy focusing on increasing self-awareness. Mim is also an Executive Coach having trained at the Institute of Executive Coaching. Mim delivers effective outcomes for her clients using the most up to date research and methodologies including Positive Psychology, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Gestalt therapy and leadership development.

Mim works with her clients to develop self awareness, build confidence, understand personal strengths, identify their purpose and passion in life and develop their authentic leadership style. One of Mim’s greatest strengths is her ability to build strong rapport and trust, enabling her to motivate and challenge her clients.  She inspires and supports personal transformation and authentic leadership, empowering individuals to be their best possible selves, and to lead with greater confidence. She is also a devoted advocate for gender equality and empowerment.

Mim is the one of the 2015 winners of the Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards. She is also deeply involved in social justice work as a fundraiser, advocate and mentor and has a long-term relationship with the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and the Human Rights Art and Film Festival.

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