Angela is a Master Practitioner, Coach and Trainer of Neuro Linguistic Programming. She holds Post Graduate qualifications in Management and Human Resource Management and is an accredited mediator under the National Mediator Accrediation Standards.
Angela has worked with government, corporate, community and the not-for-profit sector. She is a change agent who has coached managers and organisational leaders in the people and culture space and specialises in equity, diversity, communication and relationship management. Angela gained years of experience dealing with Conflict Management Interventions with the Royal Australian Navy and the Department of Defence and has been commended for her Leadership and Management contributions.
Angela is a '2009 Churchill Fellow' recognised by The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust (www.churchilltrust.com.au) as an 'Australian Striving for Excellence' who travelled globally to engage with International Military Organisations and US Subject Matter Advisers to identify 'Best and Promising Practices' in Sexual Assault Prevention & Intervention in Military Environments'.
Belinda Cerritelli BAppSci (Hons), BA (Psych/Psychphys) Professional Member, Career Development Association of Aust.
Belinda is an experienced change management and coaching professional who has 15 years’ experience working in health, research, non-government and public sectors. Her qualifications include: BAppSci (Hons) Psychophysiology, BA (Psych/Psychophys), Diploma of Management and Cert. IV Small Business Management
Belinda has worked in improvement management at the Royal Children’s Hospital, this position exposed Belinda to leading change in a complex environment and the design of processes in preparation for the move to the new Royal Children’s Hospital. Belinda has also performed roles in research management, operations management and dispute resolution.
At the core of Belinda’s work is her commitment to supporting people through change, conflict and transition and is driven by the reward of seeing people succeed in work and life. She aspires to make a significant contribution to individuals, teams and organisations to improve performance, build capacity and achieve system optimisation. In addition to her genuine inquisitiveness of people, behaviour change and emotional intelligence, Belinda is recognised for her ability to connect positively with people, to form productive working relationships, to communicate openly and to provide clarity and direction to challenging situations.
In an honorary capacity, Belinda was a founding member of Keratoconus Australia where she represented the eye-health organisation nationally to advocate for improved treatment options for people with the eye condition, keratoconus. Her current roles include advocacy and government liaison to ensure that the 2012 National Disability Insurance Scheme meets the needs of people with vision impairment. She also facilitates programs and services to people to assist with effective career and change management.