Rachel Collis Short Bio

Rachel has been providing coaching and training to individuals and private and public sector organisations throughout Australia since 2002. She has worked with individuals and teams in a wide range of organisations – including ASX listed companies; federal and state government departments and franchise organisations. She has worked with both senior managers (at the level of CEO, CFO and National Manager) and also high potential staff in more junior positions. Rachel also provides coaching through the QUT, Graduate School of Business.
Prior to setting up her consultancy, Rachel was a doctor and gained 15 years experience as a consultant psychiatrist. She has experience in management and leadership positions in both England and Australia.
Rachel is also a sessional academic in the Graduate School of Business at QUT, currently teaching negotiation skills on the Executive MBA and MBA programs.
Rachel co-authors a blog on applying research findings from behavioural science to the workplace: www.workingwithact.com. The blog has been listed as one of the top 20 positive psychology blogs.
She is also currently writing a book on meaningful success: www.meaningfulsuccessproject.com
Rachel has extensive experience in applying behavioural science to organisational settings. She has presented at both national and international conferences on the topic and contributed a segment to the recent book – “The Mindful & Effective Employee’.