Case Study: IRI Global How a technology firm created a high performing culture IRI is one of the original innovators in big data and integrates the world’s most extensive set of otherwise disconnected data to help CPG, retail, over-the-counter health care, and media companies grow their businesses. IRI Liquid Data®,…
Meet our Founder
All too often what’s going on in our interior worlds results in behaviours that get in the way of us leading and living fully in each of the roles we perform. We waste energy trying to control the uncontrollable, lose focus on the things that matter and experience disconnection, from ourselves, each other and the world around us.
Ami was confronted with this truth head on when she heard the thud of her newborn baby girl landing on floorboards, suffering a significant skull fracture after being accidentally dropped by her nanny.
“As I sat in the ambulance, the awareness that I had absolutely no control over my daughter’s life was profound. It’s one thing to ‘know’ and something else entirely to embody that experience. And the realisation later, as she recovered, that I’d wasted what might have been my last precious moments with my baby, lost in my own head instead of actually being with her, was even more confronting.”
Moved by this experience Ami immersed herself in human development and theories of human change. She transitioned from her successful corporate career to qualifying as a counsellor and in numerous leading-edge coaching methodologies and has accumulated over a decade of experience as a practitioner in the field.
CEO & Custodian of MindNavigator’s Vision, Direction & Culture
“When I’d finally uncovered the essence of what really works to help people transform, I felt compelled to create a system around it that could be shared with as many people as possible. Since the time we spend at work is significant, organisations seemed like a great place to start supporting people to increase consciousness, develop greater self-understanding and forge deeper human connections.”
Case Study: King & Wood Mallesons How a law firm broke down silos and increased leadership capacity King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) is a top-tier international law firm established in 1993, renowned for its client focus and world-class capability. With over 2000 lawyers in 30 global locations across China, Hong…
Case Study: Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital How a hospital improved their leadership performance and wellbeing Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH) was opened in 1958 and is one of Australia's leading tertiary teaching hospitals, fully accredited by the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards and located at the Queen Elizabeth II Medical…