Beverly Sacks leads the team at Quadrant, working in a community of practice approach with a number of highly talented, best practice associates that she collaborates with on an ongoing basis. A thought partner, coach and catalyst for executive leadership team high performance, for over 25 years Beverly has focused on enabling transformation through conversation, exploration and building of muscle tone in the areas of self-awareness, break through thinking and executive capability.
Key to her approach is creating safe spaces for people to fully be themselves at work, creating cultures around them which allow others to be at their best, to be vulnerable, to challenge thinking and where high trust translates into outstanding performance.
She has deep and extensive experience with executives and senior leadership teams, igniting culture change, delivering leadership development programs, succession planning and facilitation around resilience, team effectiveness and performance management.
Beverly has consulted with a wide range of organisations, in Australia and around the globe, spanning a diverse range of industries and sectors. She has also worked in the not-for-profit sector, coaching young executive teams, establishing robust succession planning processes and working with skilled migrants.
Her qualifications include a Bachelor of Social Science, with majors in psychology and industrial sociology. Her professional career has encompassed national roles in training, education, change management, assessment and selection, EEO and consulting on HR and organisational issues. Prior to consulting, Beverly held corporate roles in a number of financial services businesses including Barclays Bank and Westpac Banking Corporation.
Beverly is a qualified and registered Time To Think coach. She is accredited in a number of tools including LSI, MBTI, Benchmarks, Barrett's Cultural Transformational Tools and Search Conferencing. She also holds an international banking qualification and was one of a small group at the time to achieve the qualification in South Africa.
Beverly is passionate about working with and supporting people to bring their whole selves to work, to have brave and courageous conversations and fundamentally believes that people are innately capable of breaking through barriers to achieve what is possible. She has a deep and abiding interest in supporting indigenous Australians, refugees and migrants and contributing in any way she can to create environments where people can flourish. When not at work, she can be found walking outdoors, enjoying the sun, swimming with the fish at Clovelly Beach and engaging with theatre and the world of ideas.