She helps people connect at all levels - from the Board Room to the Meeting Room - enabling them to make decisions with confidence and competence, while improving their effectiveness with their teams, stakeholders and staff. As a leading edge business thinker, she partners with people and organisations during the different stages of their development. She supports and guides their progress while monitoring and measuring their impact on an ongoing basis.
Ricky works across diverse industries - ranging from transport and logistics to banking and science giving her clients access to the most up to date trends and skills.
She has authored several business books including “How to Make Good People Great Leaders…. and reap the rewards, and her resources are used extensively in training and leadership development programs nationally and internationally. Her valued clients include Transurban, Transfield, Linfox, and ANZ as well as many companies in Asia.
She is a preferred Executive Coach for the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Member of the International Coaching Federation, holds the distinguished international Speaking Accreditation of a Certified Speaking Professional, and has a strong commitment to the community.
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Gender Diversity is a business issue and not just a women's issue. And while some old school-tie Boardroom talk may publicly support women on boards, are we really only hearing echoes of a quota system that is reverberating long after the doors of...
Frankly, most professionals don't give a damn about how to network, because they try and sell who they are and what they do based on past success - assuming this will open doors and business. However by selling rather than marketing, many people j...
It's true that the buck stops with the leader of an organization, but when the buck stops because the customer stops walking in the door, it can be a little too late to start asking why they're going to our competitors, not renewing contracts, or ...
If history has a propensity to repeat itself then the GFC should have come as no surprise to savvy market analysts and economics alike.