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Coaching for adaptive leaders and teams

Understand the value of coaching in leadership

What you'll learn:

  • Explore fundamental coaching mindsets
  • Learn the core coaching competencies
  • Experience hands on practice and feedback

This is a highly interactive and engaging introductory session providing leaders with an understanding of the value of coaching as cornerstone of adaptive leadership. Participants will leave with a set of basic tools they can apply immediately with their teams.

Register your place

Individual module: A$120 per 3-hour module

Prices are in Australian dollars and GST exempt

For further information or if you would like to register your interest, please contact the Personal, Professional and Corporate Development Hub


Tel: +61 7 5430 1144

Module dates

Date:      TBA
Time:      TBA
Location: UniSC Sunshine Coast


Meet the presenter

Dr Alis Anagnostakis is certified by the International Coaching Federation at PCC level, with over 3000 hours of coaching practice. She has been the founder and director of an international coaching school, with a mission of supporting leaders to become catalysts of collective transformation, utilising the tools of coaching and dialogue in the service of organisational and societal change. Since 2015, the program has generated a ripple effect, with hundreds of alumni going on to create communities of practice inside their own organisations and beyond, bridging across industries and sectors.


“Alis’ work has brought clarity to how we support leaders in developing their inner capacities to exercise more wisdom. Her work is generating rare and valuable evidence-based approaches to constructing leadership education programs” 

“Coaching was one of the main pillars driving our cultural transformation change. The seeds that we grew with Alis’ help and guidance flourished into a beautiful community, which has measurable results every year.”