Maureen Kyne, Director
Maureen is a leading authority in workplace bullying, sexual harassment and discrimination. With qualifications and a career spanning nursing, manufacturing, construction, transport, HR, IR & WHS she brings wide-ranging experiences.
Having lived and worked in both regional towns and capital cities, Maureen understands the economic and workplace pressures faced across diverse environments from harvesting sheds in farming communities to metropolitan corporate boardrooms.
Maureen presents with a warm demeanour and easy conversational style yet is fearless in raising the issues most prefer to avoid. Whether wearing a prevention, detection or correction bullying hat, Maureen knows how to peel back the layers and get to the root cause of the toughest and most complex situations.
Respect drives change and as a confidante and training facilitator Maureen will do what it takes to save lives and build better futures.
Vision & Purpose
To make a major impact on stopping bullying by creating Trust Driven Performance™ workplaces which will
Rex James Stockfeed
Quarrell Civil Construction
Australian Window Assoc.
Cobram District Health
3 Bridges Community
Kyabram District Health
Perta Thompson Partners
Ryan Meat Company
Inglewood Heath Services
Keating Freight Lines
Gannawaara Shire Council
Macedon Shire Council
A few client testimonials
Maureen rolled out our new 6 Signature Behaviours and took the time to understand what we needed. Managers are still talking about the program and how it helped them achieve their goals.
John Dean, Moira Health Alliance
Management rated the Workplace Behaviour Program Maureen ran at the highest level ever received. Excellent training, interactive and impactful.
Andrea Thistlethwayte, Bega Cheese
The Prevent, Detect, Correct workshop was a standout as it identified workplace environmental factors that can lead to bullying. Walked away with a new way of looking at bullying and strategies for managing conflict.
Julie Marshall, Shepparton Villages
Maureen’s programs are relevant and interesting and provide a unique means of conveying these messages to a traditionally tough audience.
Andrew Shaw, Unilever Australia
Gained more than expected including preventative tools to change the culture and how to deal with difficult situations.
Tracey Gifford, Gannawarra Shire Council
Maureen’s programs and workshops are spot on. Teams come away with new ways of doing things that are practical and easily implemented.
Fiona Luke, Cobram & District Health