NSW Treasury

Choose your coach and book a time for your wellbeing assessment debrief session.

NSW Treasury

Choose your coach and book a time for your wellbeing assessment debrief session.

Welcome to Leading Well

We’re looking forward to meeting with you to debrief the Global Leadership Wellbeing Survey (GLWS) that you recently completed as part of your Leadership program.

To book your individual debrief meeting, select one of the four coaches below – Brad, Celia, Danielle or Tim – and click the relevant green booking button to select a meeting time that works for you.

Monday, 8th of August

Tuesday, 9th of August

Wednesday, 10th of August

Thursday, 11th of August

Friday, 12th of August

Choose your meeting time carefully at a time that works for you.  There are limited spaces and we want to ensure that everyone gets the opportunity to debrief their wellbeing assessment.  If for any reason you do need to change your time, make sure you do so with at least 24 hours notice to avoid a cancellation fee.

If you have any questions about the process, please contact Janine at janine@leadingwellgroup.com.au.

We’re looking forward to ensuring that you get the most from this opportunity to reflect on your wellbeing and to galvanise your wellbeing resource plan for the future.

Warm regards

The Leading Well team

Your Coaches

Tim Dyke

read about Tim...

Tim has honed his leadership experience as an accomplished science leader with senior experience in leading professionals in science-based and government agencies. Leveraging this background, Tim loves working with the complexity, diversity and polarities of the organisations and systems we live in.

His areas of focus include:

° Senior teams – Enabling the collective power of your senior executive team and Board
° Innovation through diversity – Inviting the power of the diversity of human expression and contribution arising through lived experience
° Leading men – Encouraging men in executive positions to lead well with a purposeful, authentic future
° Future-focus – Imagining the best future for your organisation, both in terms of contribution and well-being
° System dynamics – Embracing the power and shadows of the dynamics of your human systems

He blends his passion, intellect and measured approach to help people aim high and be their greater self, and works with systems outside-in and your well-being inside-out, finding strengths and uncovering blockages.

For both individuals and teams Tim is passionate about expanding mind-sets and improving culture through deliberate consciousness, reflection, integrating work-life and life outside of work, and developing and delivering on big picture thinking for success. He enjoys working with people at all organisational levels and across diverse community groups. He bases his practice on evidence drawing on system dynamics, well-being, adult development, appreciative inquiry, positive psychology, and adult learning theory.

Tim’s current and recent clients include Vocus Telecommunications, ASG Group, National Health and Medical Research Council, AirServices Australia, YMCA, Office of the Gene Technology Regulator, Advocacy for Inclusion, Victorian Department of Education, PRAXIS Australia.

Recent projects include: Leadership coaching – one-on-one and team; Coaching post-360 feedback assessments; Leadership development programs for ‘accidental’ leaders; Appreciative inquiry to drive organisational values and strategic planning; Development and review of research programs; Development of a Learning and Development program for government scientists.

Tim is passionate about corporate governance, strategic planning, change management, risk and inclusive work cultures, is a Board member of a not-for-profit health organisation, and mentors young businesspeople and post-graduate students.

Tim’s qualifications include:

• European Individual Accreditation, the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC)
• Certification in The Leadership Circle Profile, and Culture Survey
• Certification in Appreciative Inquiry Facilitation
• Certification in Global Leadership Wellness Survey
• Certification in GlowUp Career Coaching
• Training in Developmental Coaching and Systems Constellations
• Foundation Member, EMCC Asia-Pacific Region
• Graduate Australian Institute of Company Directors
• MBA (public sector and human resources)
• Masters and PhD degrees in veterinary science and specialist qualifications

*online sessions

Brad Barr

read about Brad...

Brad Barr is an experienced leader, coach, and facilitator, who is passionate about enabling leaders to grow, learn and succeed.

His empathy, desire to empower his clients and holistic outlook, have been strongly influenced by his own experiences in overcoming life-threatening cancer.

Brad has been providing organisational coaching to the Government and Private Sectors. His current and most recent coaching clients include Saluda Medical, Thales, Guardian Childcare & Education, NSW Department of Planning Industry and Environment, NSW Treasury, Golf Australia, Nine, Vocus Group, Life Trading, Vanderlande, ASG, Ashdown People, Hunter Douglas, and Laureate Education.

Brad places great importance on providing his clients with a safe and trusted space to surface the opportunities and issues most relevant to them. A pragmatic and authentic manner enables Brad to respectfully challenge his clients, with the intention of optimising their performance and wellbeing outcomes. Brad enjoys coaching leaders who have taken on new roles, additional accountabilities, and complex business challenges. He facilitates greater perspective-taking and challenges leaders to become unstuck from biases, beliefs and mindsets that could be inhibiting progress.

He delivers exceptional results through increased awareness, confidence and purposeful action.

  • Master’s in Business Leadership, CSU
  • Certified Organisational Coach (IECL, Level 2)
  • Certified Practioner, The Leadership Circle Profile
  • Certified Practioner, Global Leadership Wellbeing Survey (GLWS) Systemic Leadership Coaching accreditation (Leading Well)
  • Accredited Transition Coach, GlowUp Careers
  • Bachelor of Business (Marketing), UTSAdv.
  • Dip Financial Services (Financial Planning), Integratec
  • Member of the ICF and EMCC

*face-to-face 11th Aug and online sessions 9th, 10th & 12th Aug

Danielle Dobson

read about Danielle...

Danielle is an experienced coach, leader, facilitator, speaker and mentor who is driven to help her clients build confidence in who they really are, so they can bring the best of who they are, to everything they do and define success on their own terms. At work, at home, in relationships and communities.

Danielle’s experiences of working in the corporate world of finance, living and working in 5 countries, supporting executives as a wellbeing coach, researching and publishing a book and being Lead Parent and Family CEO enables her to connect with and empower people with a range of perspectives and backgrounds.

Understanding each client is unique, Danielle uses a holistic approach when working with people who are stuck, feel unfulfilled or want to progress to the next level in their career. She guides, supports and energises them to use wellbeing as a cornerstone and focus on what is strong (not what is wrong) to achieve their goals and build a thriving life.

Together, Danielle and her clients create powerful results and positively impact not only the client but also their colleagues, families, teams and communities.

Her current and past clients include: Peoplecare, Universal Music, Benevolent Society, CSIRO, Queensland Rugby Union, Workwear Group, Harris Construction, Department of Treasury WA, Four Seasons Hotels.


  • Certified Practioner Global Leadership Wellbeing Survey (GLWS)
  • Systemic Leadership Coaching accreditation (Leading Well)
  • Bachelor of Business majoring in accounting, awarded CPA status
  • Qualified Executive Wellness Coach (Level I, II & III Wellness Coaching Aust.)
  • Wellness Wise Practitioner (WWP) Workplace Health Association of Australia (WHAA)
  • Author of Breaking the Gender Code: how women can use what they already have to get what they actually want
  • Certificate III & IV Personal Training (AIPT)
  • Three Principles Facilitator Training
  • Wholeheartedly raising 3 boys as a Lead Parent

*face-to-face 10th Aug and online sessions 9th & 12th Aug

Celia Swales

read about Celia...

Celia has a passion for ‘healthy leadership’ and change processes that sustain people over time. By focusing on this she creates workplaces where individuals and teams can reach their potential and allow a space to have conversations that matter in workplaces. In addition to over 20 years of experience in this area Celia also has undergraduate qualifications in psychology and post graduate qualifications in psychology and business management.

Celia’s experience includes working with various companies and projects such as OzChild, Initiatives of Change Australia, Ernst and Young, Government Departments, City Council, John Holland, Fortescue Metals Group, Airport Link and National Disability Services where she has provided services including:

Coaching of executives and leaders in technical and non-technical roles for individual performance, team performance and career options
Facilitation of team effectiveness sessions
Leadership Programs
Cultural Change Initiatives and Team performance evaluation
Social Return on Investment Assessment
Thought leadership and Speaking engagements
Provision of People function
By bringing lived leadership experience and leadership learning expertise together Celia creates a powerful coaching and group space for sense making and developing leadership practices to be applied in current business contexts.

Celia’s qualifications include:

Company Director’s Program Australia Institute of Company Directors 2006
Masters of Business Administration Queensland University of Technology 1999
Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Psychology University Queensland 1991
Bachelor of Arts University Queensland 1988 – 1990

*online sessions

* Brad and Danielle will be available for face-to-face meetings in NSW Treasury’s 52 Martin Place as well as online meetings.  Celia and Tim will provide online debrief meetings.