Are trained in neuroscience, keep up to date with current day business practices and understand the correlation between your brain function and associated behaviours.
MEET OUR TEAM
Professional, Respected and Experienced to the Highest Standard
Your Trainer, Jan Sky
Grad Cert Applied Neuroscience; Grad Cert Health Sciences; DipCS; DipCH
Is a Neuropsychotherapist with over 30 years’ experience in the industry, using evidence-based neuroscientific strategies.
Jan developed the Brain Potential program and is the author of the workbook Brain Potential, leadership powered by neuroscience.
She has trained and delivered internationally and is recognised for her unique style and understanding of others.
Jan will guide you into a realm of understanding between behaviour and brain function to increase your leadership capacity. You will develop skills to better manage yourself and your team while understanding the challenges.
“What makes this course different?”
Brain potential is NEW thinking. What we offer is an understanding of the brain and its function so behaviours can be adjusted. We normalise feelings and behaviours associated with reactions to situations and help you identify new ways to operate.
We know this type of support is needed. We want to ensure the learnings and positive changes are established and persist at a neurological level, for the leaders we train and coach.
Your Coach, Victoria Harrison
Victoria Harrison BA (Hons), DipCAH, HPD, PNLP
Is a certified Coach, NLP practitioner with a background in assisting leaders cultivate a mind-state for success.
Victoria nurtures exceptional leaders to perform to maximum capacity and deliver with impact. She will guide your learnings with insight to manage every day work-life situations with personal coaching sessions.
Your Coach, Christine Ann Phillips
B.Sc. Hons., B.Psych.Hons., M.Clin.Psych., Ph.D., MAPS
Christine holds Honours degrees in Biomedical Science and Psychology, as well as Masters degree in Clinical Psychology and a Ph.D. in Physiology and Pharmacology. She also holds a diploma in Neuropsychotherapy.
Christine has worked in a variety of settings and organisations including university-based teaching and research, the pharmaceutical industry, community health, community adult education, a not for profit organisation and school-based counselling.
She has taught and presented in the UK, USA, New Zealand and Australia and run her own small business for a number of years.
She has worked with individuals and with groups to empower them through imparted knowledge, including knowledge of human behaviour and by increasing self -knowledge and self -awareness.
Her approach is to work with clients in a respectful and collaborative fashion to enable them to better manage relationships (inside and outside of the workplace), surmount obstacles and make progress towards their goals.
PhD; MPH; BH (hons) Education and Psychology; MACA (clinical), Adjunct Professional Fellow, Southern Cross University
Dawn holds degrees in Psychology and Education from London University, a Master of Public Health from Curtin University (WA) and a PhD in Public Health from University Queensland, focussing on psychosocial needs resulting from stigmatised health events.
Dawn has worked in government and non-government organisations holding varied positions including Senior Behavioural Scientist, Manager Queensland Injury Surveillance Unit and Director, Safe Communities Program. She has spoken at numerous conferences internationally, has enjoyed the privilege of being a keynote speaker on several occasions, and developed and presented numerous workshops on public health and mental health issues. Her experience spans a wide range of work environments and content, including developing legislation, data analysis and creating public health education and awareness programs.
Dawn’s private practice included contracts to local councils in developing their business and marketing plans, running workshops for staff to feed into these documents and coaching senior staff. She has had a successful private counselling practice for nearly three decades, currently is involved with EAP work and is also a professional supervisor for practicing counsellors. Her approach is solution focussed whilst walking strongly alongside her clients.
Dawn is also the author of six books and numerous peer reviewed articles.