Join Rosamund and the group together exploring:
- Challenging gender bias,
- The ‘role’ of a ‘role model’,
- Career planning or lack of,
- Coaching practice positioning,
- Themes when coaching Mothers,
- Introducing unconscious bias within coaching,
- Understanding ‘authority’,
- Rosamund’s criteria of a ‘great coach’,
- ‘Anonymity’ within the coaching relationship,
- Presenting ‘challenge’ within a conversation
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About Rosamund Christie
Rosamund Christie is Director of To the Point Communications and an adjunct faculty member of AGSM at the University of New South Wales where she teaches in the full-time MBA Program and AGSM Executive Education programs.
Rosamund has extensive experience delivering Leadership programs in both the public and private sector with a special interest is in Women in Leadership. She is currently Program Director of AGSM Executive Education Women in Leadership and recently completed six years as the Program Director of Academic Women in Leadership at the University of Newcastle. She has recently completed Leadership programs with the CEO and senior executive of a number of companies. She is an Executive Coach and has delivered coaching programs in Sydney, London and New York.
She developed the Shakespeare Leadership Program, combining her experience in leadership with a lifelong interest in Shakespeare to create a program of personal transformation to effective leadership. The program first ran in conjunction with the Bell Shakespeare Company and Melbourne Business School.
Rosamund recently completed The Art and Practice of Leadership Development at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and has a Master of Arts from the University of Sydney.