Having worked in the education industry for over 25 years, Helene Kempe has held successful management positions for the majority of that time. Her experience and expertise in leadership, organisational development, management, marketing, teaching and coaching equip her with a valuable skill set that enables her to ‘think outside the square’.
As a Creator profile who is passionate about learning, she loves to help people understand what flow is and help them transform their team so everyone has the opportunity to work in flow as much as possible. She believes that the paradigm shift people experience regarding how teams can work in flow and also develop trust is one of the keys to both individuals’ and organisations’ ability to self-actualize.
Helene now owns her own consultancy business and has also partnered to create a number of businesses including an online school for teaching kids about money. One of Helene’s great passions is to help individuals gain personal power through developing the understanding that they own their own learning and can consciously create the life they want.
Helene is highly experienced and holds a number of qualifications in the areas of education, management and human behaviour. These include: a Graduate Diploma in Educational Administration, Diplomas in Teaching and Visual Arts, Associated Certified Meta-Coach (ACMC), Master in Neuro-linguistic Programming and Results Coaching, Trained Demartini Method Facilitator and of course Talent Dynamics Performance Consultant. She also worked on the leadership teams that established and developed large highly successful educational institutions including; Alexandra Hills State High School, Sheldon College and The Australian Trade College North Brisbane (formerly the Australian Technical College North Brisbane); all of which exceeded enrolment projections and quickly developed highly regarded brands.
Believing “we are all either growing or dying” she regularly attends high quality specialised trainings both within Australia and overseas to continually improve her own knowledge and skill set.