Your expert facilitators from QUTeX
Dr Shari Read
Dr Shari Read is an award-winning educator with a focus on teaching skills for the ‘Information Age.’ As a clinically trained psychologist, Shari emphasizes human-centred approaches to leadership and management. Her research and teaching in the area of transformation and change management emphasizes the capabilities required to lead effectively through uncertainty and complexity.
Dr Lauren Shaw
Dr Lauren Shaw is an experienced social psychologist/behavioural scientist, with specific expertise in understanding the psychological processes that influence behaviour in social settings, including in organisational settings.She is passionate about helping people to generate greater awareness of these processes, so that they can enhance the quality of their social interactions in all areas of life.
Dr Jonnie De Lacy
Dr Jonnie De Lacy is an experienced organisational psychologist. She is a specialist in the areas of leadership, complexity, peak performance and personal development; and her passion is helping senior leaders and individuals grow their interpersonal and leadership capabilities as well as enhance their work and life satisfaction generally.
Professor Mal Thatcher
Professor Malcolm Thatcher is a Professor of Digital Practice in the QUT Graduate School of Business. Mal is a career technologist and has held senior executive leadership positions in both the public and private sectors. Mal has over 35 years’ experience in leading and delivering business value through technology-led innovation and transformation.
Dr Fran Finn
Dr Fran Finn is passionate about developing exceptional leaders. She is the Director, Leadership Coaching within the QUT Graduate School of Business; Course Coordinator for the Executive Graduate Certificate in Business (Leadership Coaching) and established The Leadership Coaching Hub. She works extensively in leadership development, providing individual and group Executive Coaching for senior executives, and facilitating executive development programs.