Denise is a Facilitator, Executive Coach, Speaker, Author and Educator with a deep commitment and passion for learning who is based in Sydney. She began her career as a Primary teacher, then High School where her entrepreneurial flair took hold. She developed the concept of School Based Traineeship and moved into Vocational Education and Training.

Denise worked with a large manufacturing and creative arts company establishing them both as an Enterprise RTO. She has established and sold several businesses including two Registered Training Organisations. She is founder and joint partner of Coaching College, a business strategy and coaching company and their current RTO Australasian Centre for Work Education. Both companies specialise in leadership development, coaching and mentoring companies in start-up and /or seeking growth. Denise’s has experience working with women in prisons and women’s shelters where she put her ‘entrepreneurial flair’ to work and assisted several women to establish their own business and within the prison walls create a unique project as a model for other prisons.

Denise is passionate about empowering people to ‘take action’ to direct their life’ doing what makes their heart sing. Denise brings the sense of possibility to her advisory sessions with clients because she can combine her experience and knowledge of all aspects of the business to support her client’s work.

Denise has been recognised for her life commitment to education by being made an Honorary Fellow of the Teachers’ Guild of NSW. In her spare time she takes on a learning every year.

Denise’s Qualifications & Accreditations:

  • Diploma of Mangement
  • Diploma of Business

Areas of Expertise

  • Financial and insurance services
  • Education and training
  • Retail Trade

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