Brent has been designing and delivering Strategy, Culture and Organisational Development work in corporate environments since 1998. He combines Requisite Organisation principles and Gestalt Development practices to produce business transformation capability. Brent’s approach combines interpersonal skilling, education in organisational and psychological frameworks, self-development and self-awareness practices, Gestalt group-process and real-time, intact-team group dynamics, as well as advice on review, design and integration of Requisite work-systems and organisation structures. Brent has significant experience creating longitudinal development pathways that support transformative change in individual and organisational effectiveness. His industry and sector experience is in mining and metals, energy (generation and distribution), banking and finance, health and community services, NFP (education, technology, Aboriginal issues), and hospitality, leisure and tourism.
Dr. Bruce Whitby
Bruce is an experienced IT business executive and consultant with more than twenty-five years of technology, senior business and boardroom experience across the Financial Services, Telecommunications, High Tech, Media and Systems Integration Industries as well as Academia. His leadership experience spans business, IT strategy development and consulting, Organisational Design, IT governance and hands-on business management with international experience in Australia, UK, France and South Africa.
Samantha has more than 20 years experience in operations and human resources. Samantha has held local, national and international roles with market leading private and public companies across a wide range of industries. She contributes to functional and industry committees / boards. Samantha acts in an associate capacity for The Working Journey across a range of projects including leadership development, work clarity and stakeholder engagement. Samantha Wilkinson has a Bachelor of Business (Major HR/IR) from the University of South Australia and is currently studying for her Double Masters, MBA and HR. In 2016 Samantha Wilkinson accepted an invitation to become a member of Golden Key International Honour Society. Membership into the Society is by invitation only and applies to the top 15% of graduate students across the world.
Jack has had a successful career from shop floor to boardroom, developing a strong set of leadership values and approaches resulting in a broad career balancing directorships with consultancy practice, coaching and mentoring. Particularly interested in complexity and human cognition. He developed ‘soft’ aspects of international strategy - originating the concept of an integrated Company Charter embracing Governance, Strategy, Values and Behaviours. From industry, he was seconded for one year to the UK Home Office to support an extended planning review, particularly involving management of Prisons and Passport agencies. In May ’96, Jack led 215 workers in a £1.4m employee buy-out from British utility company, having been asked originally to close the unit, which, at the time, was losing £1m per annum. Six years later, with a dramatic culture change and employee numbers doubled, the workers shared the £21.7m proceeds when the highly profitable company was sold. Was previously the MD of Bioss Ltd – a global talent and OD advisory group
Yasmin has 9 years’ experience in HR, Organisational and Talent Development. For the past two years she has been working in the field of Business Development and Operations in the Fin-tech industry. She has worked in Southern and Central Africa, as well as the Middle East and United Kingdom, in the NGO (Peacebuilding), Finance (Investments, Reinsurance, Trading) and Manufacturing sectors. Yasmin’s experience spans from being (involving systems implementation and training) on the factory floor in Africa, to negotiating with a Lebanese Board on strategic and operational issues. This required functioning on both sides of the spectrum. She has designed and set up HR systems, departmental restructuring; including participation in Change Management initiatives. With a MSc. from Kings College London in affiliation with Oxford University. Her degree was awarded with Distinction and top of class honours, including being selected to be published in the Kings College and Oxford Libraries: “The Concept of Having a Career Calling and its Relation to Work-Related Outcomes: Study in an International Non-Governmental Organisation”.