Shirley Reeder - Director of Brave Consulting Pty Ltd

Shirley is passionate about engagement. She has the ability to sense an opportunity and knows when to challenge. This is often the key to an individual or group achieving courageous outcomes.

She is a “big-room” facilitator – capturing great ideas from diverse perspectives, whether it is a small or large group, keeping the excitement, while ensuring realistic outcomes.

 

Shirley has considerable experience in coaching and advising organisations in a variety of Leadership and Relationship Management issues.  She works predominantly with CEO’s, their Boards and Senior Teams in the provision of strategic advice and coaching through times of change. As a trouble shooter, she assists teams to get back on track so they can focus on achieving their goals.

Why Bravery?

I became passionate about the topic of bravery during my time working with an International Aid organisation where I witnessed various forms of bravery on a day to day basis.

From the supporter who donated his last $5 and wouldn’t take no for an answer, to the woman walking through a conflict zone to get medical treatment for her child.

 

When I moved into the corporate world I was surprised to see people who wouldn't or couldn't exercise bravery in their roles or their careers.

 

This sparked my passion to help people and organisations discover their brave and then do something with it.

Qualifications

  • Post Grad Certificate - RMIT - Applied Science – Innovation and Service Management

  • Certificate IV – Professional Coaching

  • International Coach Federation - Associate Certified Coach

  • Certified mBraining Coach

  • Member – Australian Human Resources Institute CAHRI

  • Accredited in various Leadership, Culture & Diagnostic Tools/Programs

  • Accredited Mediator – Leo Cussin Institute.

 

Personally Speaking:

Shirley is married to a world “famous” entertainer and they have two sons. She provides voluntary services to a variety of charity organisations. She is attempting (again) to write a book - will she ever do it? Please ask her :)