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The Leadership Sphere

Clarity. Capability. Contribution.

Lisa Ezzy

Consultant, Facilitator & Coach, The Leadership Sphere

Areas of Expertise

  • Leadership Development
  • Individual Development - building resilience
  • High Performing Teams
  • Business Direction and Culture
  • Executive Coaching
  • Workplace Wellbeing
  • Facilitation
  • Career History

  • Director Goldmine Consulting and Coaching Group
  • Organisational Development Manager Hugo Boss Australia & New Zealand
  • Learning and Development Manager Aveda Estee Lauder Companies
  • Background

    Lisa is a highly skilled Leadership and Organisational Development Specialist who is driven to create progressive leadership experiences that are highly targeted on building specific capabilities. She is effective at translating strategy into practical OD solutions and is passionate about developing individual talent and wisdom, as well as helping people and organisations to work together for results. Lisa provides a practical and down to earth interpersonal style, while balancing the use of empathy and humour to ensure learning outcomes are met. She is a skilled executive coach and has a deliberate focus on asking rather than telling to thoroughly engage others. In addition to her extensive experience in coaching at all levels, Lisa has a background in management and leadership development, change management and psychometric testing across a range of industries.

    Lisa has the ability to deliver commercial value and embed solutions that create a measurable and immediate impact on the bottom line. She is experienced in building team effectiveness, using a range of leadership models and facilitation techniques and is passionate about partnering with leaders to understand and achieve their aspirations and goals.

    Qualifications and Memberships

  • Completing a Bachelor in Psychological Science Deakin University
  • Organisational and Executive Coach IECL
  • HBDI Practitioner
  • GLWS Practitioner
  • Cert IV Training and Assessment
  • 2020 Coaching Panels - Australian Services, Australian Federal Police, Queensland Education
  • What We Care About

    The issues we face today in organisations and globally will require unprecedented leadership and unprecedented levels of co-operation concurrently, to mobilise communities and organisations.

    A New Paradigm for the Future

    To make progress on our most significant issues, we need a new paradigm—one that inspires us to:

  • Act constructively in a values-driven way
  • Empower each other to take responsibility and accountability at all levels of the organisation
  • Shift our focus from problem-centric to solution-centric (positive change)
  • Make progress on the toughest issues and challenges
  • Create an environment of breakthrough performance, and high levels of commitment and learning
  • Liberate ourselves from old ways of thinking about how to manage and lead people
  • Develop systems intelligence.
  • As the industrial age wanes, new possibilities emerge to create a different paradigm of leadership. I propose a new paradigm that draws from many sources and builds on them in an integrative way.

    The mechanistic, industrial paradigm has been in existence since the latter part of the 18th century and continues to shape society and modern organisations. It is a long, slow journey, yet incredibly worthwhile.

    Our Definition of Leadership

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    Contact Details

    Phone: 1300 100 857


    Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth


    GPO Building, Level 2, 350 Bourke St, Melbourne Vic 3000