I work with leaders who truly want to improve the engagement, resilience, wellbeing and performance of their teams. These leaders know that when their workers thrive so too does their results so it’s a strategy prioritised for business success.

Many managers are finding that traditional leadership approaches aren’t working in this current environment. Leaders need new knowledge and skills so they can meet the needs of their teams and empower them and themselves to thrive going forward.

In my experience, the most successful programs are co-designed so they address specific challenges, develop the key leadership skills required for the future, build on what’s already working well, and focus on all levels of the organisation to ensure learnings are embedded and systemic positive change occurs.

Outcomes from Anna’s leadership programs include:

  • increased productivity and engagement
  • improved wellbeing, resilience and energy, less stress and risk of burnout
  • more confidence, capability and motivation, and greater alignment to purpose
  • greater sales and performance, and reduced costs
  • decreased turnover.

Have a look at this case study to learn more about the results I have achieved with clients.

These outcomes have been reached because what I teach is based on the latest research, which has been translated into practical tools and actionable strategies.

My programs typically run over a 3-6 month period and contain a mixture of workshops, masterclasses, coaching and accountability support. The outcomes are tracked through validated measures to understand what’s been achieved and the return on investment.

97% of participants recommend my programs.

Programs are tailored to my client’s needs and goals yet below is an overview of some of the previous programs run.

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This program teaches leaders the strategies that empower people and performance to be at their best.

With increasing demands and less resources, new ways of working, and ongoing change and disruption, very few are thriving. In fact, according to research, close to the majority of workers are currently operating below the line, which is very costly for organisations.

Despite the challenges that exist, it is possible to thrive when you know how. Yet most leadership training programs to date haven’t taught the factors that lead to greater performance, wellbeing, engagement and resilience according to research.

This program upskills leaders on the six evidence-backed STRONG pillars that when applied build thriving teams – those that are ready to overcome challenges, able to meet demands, and have cultures that retain and attract the best talent.

To find out more about the outcomes this Program delivers for clients, have a read of this case study.


This program is for leaders who want their teams to be energised, engaged and at their best each day at work.

Studies have uncovered a correlation between strengths use and workplace productivity, performance, engagement, wellbeing and resilience. Yet only a minority of workers know their strengths, fewer can apply them consistently at work, and most managers don’t know how to capitalise on their employees’ strengths

Traditionally, the approach has been on improving weaknesses but this only ever leads to average performance. When strengths are leveraged at work (and weaknesses are managed), outperformance occurs.

The aim of the program is to build an understanding of strengths (those things enjoyed, that are done well and that energise), to learn how to identify your own strengths and the strengths of those around you, and how to use and develop strengths in the workplace.

Take a look at this case study on how this program delivered results for a client.


This program equips leaders with the strategies that support teams to not just cope well but thrive whilst facing setbacks, change or ambiguity.

Resilience continues to be a popular training topic for workplaces, and rightly so. Change is ongoing and one of life’s guarantees so we all need the skills to be able to deal with uncertain markets, increased client uncertainty, greater pressure to perform, and less resources to do the work etc.

Research have uncovered what factors boost resilience, which often come down to way we think, feel and act. These evidence-backed strategies are trainable and have been shown to build resilience for the majority of people, the majority of the time.

By having knowledge and skills on resilience, teams are prepared to face struggles now and in the future, so they not only bounce back but forward from challenges too.


This program teaches leaders how to boost wellbeing in the workplace. Wellbeing is a business imperative for a number of workplaces. And for good reason.

When workers are well, they feel good and function effectively. Additionally, when our teams are well so too are our workplaces. Workplaces that successfully implement effective wellbeing strategies outperform on engagement, performance, and retention and attraction of top talent. These organisations should also expect a positive return on investment of $4 for every $1 spent (Deloitte; KPMG; PwC; WHO) through improved productivity (from reduced absenteeism, increased presenteeism and lower numbers of compensation claims relating to mental health).

We know however that stress and burnout is on the rise and that wellbeing has dipped (particularly for managers). In fact, according to research, the majority of workers have been operating below the line over the past six months, which is very costly and damaging to organisations

This program teaches leaders the six ways to boost wellbeing through small every-day habits.

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