Leadership Coaching That Makes A Difference

High-impact coaching programs, workshops, coaching circles, books, and leadership programs to amplify leadership
Leadership BooksCoaching Programs

Leadership Coaching That Makes A Difference

High-impact coaching programs, workshops, coaching circles, books, and leadership programs to amplify leadership
Leadership BooksCoaching Programs

A Personal Message from Dr Karen Morley

“This is a strange and confronting time for many of us, in light of the uncertainties due to the very real threat of COVID-19.

I’m here to tell you that this is, in fact, the perfect time to focus on yourself and think about your career, where you want to go, and what kind of leader you want to be on the other side of this.

There may be many uncertainties, but when you can, make sure you make use of this time to explore opportunities that will allow you to continue to learn.

I’m running everything online and writing as much as I can to help as many people as I can during this time.

Here on my website, you’ll find a treasure trove of downloadable resources, videos, and invitations to participate in webinars, and you could also check out my podcast too. All of my programs are now available online, and coaching is conducted via Zoom so there’s no need to stop learning!

In your moments of calm, take the time to foster your learning, stay brain-fit, and be ready to roll at your next available opportunity.

I wish you and your community all the very best, and please do not hesitate to reach out if I can help in any way.”


More impact, less effort

My vision is to amplify leadership impact.

The demands on leadership are ever-increasing. To meet those demands, organisations need more from their leaders, and they need it now! But more often translates into more effort. Longer agendas, more things to do, more meetings, the list goes on!

Leaders end up overburdened, stressed and stuck too far down in the detail. They know they’re not as effective as they could or want to be, yet there’s not enough time to shift the game.

To shift the game, they need to focus on what’s strategic and impactful. To get the effort-to-impact ratio right, leaders need to be productive, motivated and influential. They need to:

  • continuously learn so that they can be their best within a fast-paced world
  • work smart to capably manage their energy and resilience
  • have the time and skills to connect meaningfully with their colleagues to collaborate powerfully


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I work with individual leaders, teams and organisations using highly targeted interventions that help you get more impact for less effort. 

I deliver evidence-based interventions in these areas: 

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Coaching for impact

Executive, team, and peer-based circles programs

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Increasing peer-based collaboration

To use power for good, and harness collective intelligence via workshops and peer-based coaching circles programs

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Increasing gender inclusion

I consult with senior leaders and organisations that want a fairer workplace

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Promoting inclusive leadership

To recognise uniqueness, unite across differences and make workplaces better for everyone – I consult with senior leaders on how to promote a culture of inclusion and provide workshop programs for leaders

In the media 

My latest articles in CEO Magazine: 

Woman with head in her hands in front of laptop with too much work to do

What can you do to stop the alarming rise in burnout?

Find out more here.

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The growth in inclusion has raised questions about whether it is always positive.

Find out more.

Donald Trump at lcetern surrounded by a large crowd

Why we should stop expecting leaders to be exciting.

Read more.

Kamala Harris being sworn in as Vice-President of the US by President Biden

#Choosetochallenge to increase women’s representation.

Find out more.

Four mixed race women discussing a project

Find out why reasonable doubt is the best leadership tactic.

Read more.

Clients include

Fulton Hogan
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“An invaluable guide for all leaders – current, soon-to-be and ever-learning. Karen draws on her extensive background as a scholar, teacher, and mentor to guide us clearly through the why, how, and when of coaching. “

Professor Erica Wilson, Southern Cross University

I write regularly about leadership, coaching, personal transformation, inclusion, and gender-balanced leadership. 

Explore my latest thinking and published whitepapers here:

Latest Blog Posts

Avoid work’s hidden burnout crisis

Avoid work’s hidden burnout crisis

There’s no question that COVID-19 has increased the level of anxiety and burnout in our lives. UK research showed that levels of distress in the community doubled in 2020. The rate of mental distress in the Australian community was 2.5 times the rate prior to the...

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Avery is achievement-oriented, conscientious and agreeable

Avery is achievement-oriented, conscientious and agreeable

She’s a high potential, ready for promotion to the next level.  But she’s not sure if she wants that. She’s not just a leader, she’s also a human.  She has a partner, two kids, a dog, a father who has just been diagnosed with early onset dementia. Life is full -...

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How inclusion can become detrimental to your business

How inclusion can become detrimental to your business

Diversity and inclusion is being championed by today’s most successful businesses, but there are consequences for those simply using it as a trend to boost their bottom line. With something of an explosion in the growth of diversity and inclusion over the past year,...

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Get In Touch

If you’d like to discuss your needs, please either call me on 0438 215 391, or click on the button below to book an obligation-free discovery call with me.

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