Our third PCC/MCC Forum for 2021.
An opportunity for more experienced credentialed coaches to reflect on their practice, share ethical and business challenges, and gain new perspectives and professional support in a safe, confidential environment.
Facilitated on a rotational basis, this quarter’s session is led by Heather Linaker, PCC, and Stewart Fleming, PCC. If you have any topics you would like to discuss or explore with your fellow peers, please let them know or email your suggestions to the organiser.
We particularly welcome those of you who live outside of the Brisbane metro area who can now join this event in its virtual format.
Heather Linaker PCC
Heather coaches and mentors CEOs and senior executives to accelerate their leadership development and to optimise the value they add to their organisations and broader stakeholders, whilst ensuring that they retain their authenticity. Understanding the rhythms and cycles of such roles, Heather supports her clients to excel by being their confidante, challenger, cheerleader, supporter and sounding board—and by holding them to account.
Before starting her second career in leadership development in 2011, Heather had a successful 25-year career in publishing, primarily with global publisher Wiley. She led and managed across a diverse range of functional areas including sales, marketing, business analysis, project and relationship management, and technology. She was also a key member of a wide range of global, regional and local projects that spanned business and support groups, and required her to influence without authority across a broad range of stakeholders from multiple locations and cultures. Her final role at Wiley was as Managing Director of the Australian operations.
Heather also co-leads Stephenson Mansell Group’s business in Queensland as one of their two State Directors.
Stewart Fleming PCC
As an executive coach, Stewart’s focus is on sustainable, repeatable success. His passion is working with business owners who want to scale and create the lifestyle that successful business can offer.
Having achieved a level of success himself, he understands the unique challenges that occur when a company reaches 1 million in turnover. Surviving the growing pressure and thriving requires a new skill set and Stewart is uniquely placed to help owners achieve this
He is Editor in Chief of Coaching Life, a quarterly magazine, aimed at sporting, business and life coaches with a focus on inspiration, education and recognition.
– PCC and MCC coaches sharing ideas, challenges and insights
– Discussions within an environment of non-competition and confidentiality
– Discussing coaching trends and observations that may benefit the group and ICF Queensland
– Sharing useful reference materials and research to assist our coaching development
– Challenging our thoughts and coaching practices with like-minded and experienced coaches
– Connecting with MCC/PCC coaching colleagues