Corporate coaching

Glenda provides mentoring and coaching to maximise potential in promising staff or to coach employees through difficulties. She is committed to helping her coaching clients reach their full potential through a process of co-active coaching: assisting individuals in leveraging their own unique assets and resources so that they can enjoy a rich quality-of-life.

She is fully accredited internationally as an Executive Coach through the Lore Institute (USA), which is allied to the International Coaching Federation.

She is also an accredited executive coach with Korn/Ferry International.

She is a certified presenter of “Effective Coaching Skills” for General Electric, a Leadership Development program of GE Crotonville Leadership Centre, New York, USA, 2003.

She has worked with organisations to help implement Mentoring Programs internally. This involves matching appropriate pairs; facilitating both the mentors and protégés in clarifying their expectations; training the mentors in implementing a structured process of goal-setting, action planning and communication in the mentoring relationship. As part of the process we also provide on-going coaching support and guidance for the mentors.


Coaching assignments include:

  • Implemented Mentoring Programs at CSL Bioplasma, CSIRO  and Barwon Water
  • Glenda was invited to be part of the Executive Coaching panel of the Australian Institute of Management
  • Designed and delivered customised “Coaching and Mentoring” to train AXA leaders in their roles as coach or mentor
  • Facilitated public workshops in “Coaching and Mentoring” for The Australian Institute of Management
  • Trained both mentors and mentees at Melbourne Water,  South-East Water in their Graduate Mentoring Programs
  • Executive coaching assignments conducted at National Australia Bank, RMIT University, ANZ Bank, Telstra, Melbourne Water, Australia Post, Pitcher Partners, Cisco, McDonalds. Caterpillar


“Glenda was fantastic as a coach and advisor. She listened to my issues and really tailored the face to face meetings to accommodate these areas.”