Strategic Intervention coach, speaker and facilitator.

ABOUT TRACEY OLIVIER

MY WHY?

I work with Leaders to unlock, ignite & equip them so that they can build, release and empower others for excellence.

I work with successful, but frustrated leaders to unlock their brilliance, ignite their vision, so others can follow. I equip them with the tools for creating effective teams, together we build their teams for excellence."

My Mission is to passionately pursue my purpose, which is to encourage, equip and ignite others to do the same.

South African born, I now live in Cambridge, Waikato, New Zealand.  I am married to my best friend for over 26 years and have three gorgeous boys.  I am a Consultant, Facilitator, Speaker, Author and occasional Blogger. 

CORPORATE BACKGROUND

Coming from a corporate background in the Training & Development field, I left my corporate role to follow my passion to train in sales, customer service and leadership. I then started my own business in 2008 as the founder of KBN, a Christian networking organisation, which I ran until selling it in 2015. At the same time, I was also the owner and editor of Connect Magazine, which was a Christian Business Magazine, where I continued to develop and coach Entrepreneurs in their businesses. After completing a course with Catalyst Coaching Academy, I was invited to join the Catalyst Coaching team as a Level 3 Coach where I coached exclusively for them in the corporate space until moving to New Zealand in 2015 to work with Business Edge as a Life Strategies Coach. In 2017 I started Tracey Olivier Consulting where I have been serving leaders and their teams through coaching and facilitation.

I am passionate about entrepreneurship, leadership and shifting people in business and life. I have the ability to connect with people from every sector, so am comfortable to work within large corporations as well as with solo entrepreneurs. Using my strength as a Developer, I am able to recognise and draw out people’s potential and as a Futuristic, I can help them see their end goal. I am an activator and so am able to ignite and activate people to achieve those goals.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

The former President of the Cambridge Toastmasters, former Educator Co-ordinator of the Te Awamutu BNI Chapter and former Venus Regional Area Manager for the Waikato, and sit on the Executive team of the Cambridge Chamber of Business. I am fascinated with the Art of Leading. I speak and write on a range of topics around leadership and personal growth. I am a natural encourager and people say that my infectious joy and the fact that I am a champion of hope will ensure, that I leave my audience and clients inspired, encouraged, equipped and ignited.

I am a proud member of the professional network of Patrick Lencioni and the Table Group—CAPAPRO (which stands for the Consultant and Practitioner Alliance). As a member, I receive ongoing, exclusive
professional development, tools and training directly from Lencioni and his team at the Table Group about how to best help clients utilize their proven approach to achieve organizational health.

In so doing, I specifically help:
• Teams overcome the dysfunctions that impede performance and optimize cohesion
• Organizations create clarity that minimizes politics and confusion and maximizes alignment
• Managers improve employee engagement and productivity
• Leaders become more effective

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Explore Tracey's Blog!

Be inspired with impactful resources, insightful articles, personal reflections and ideas that inspire action on the topics you care about. 

Glancing back as I go forward.

Racing car drivers have a saying, "you have to slow down to go fast", I like this advice and it is true in our lives and businesses as well. I wrote this article last year in my last newsletter andRead more

Where, oh, where has the time gone?

It matters not how you start, but how you finish... I don't even know if that is a quote, something I heard or just something I made up. ;-) Despite the year starting off well and having a bigRead more

Thriving in the Wilderness

When I was writing my book, I wondered if there was anyway to avoid wilderness.  I spent a lot of time trying to figure out ways, but then I looked back at every catalytic time in my life and realisRead more

The Valley of Insight Builds Confidence

In my first book, I wrote about the cycle of growth and the four stages you go through.  I used the analogy of a journey to explain the stages we go though as we grow and gave some tools to navigateRead more

Leaning Towards Hope.

The second stage leaders can lead their people through right now, is Awareness and Hope. This stage is all about facing the situation head on, looking at what the landscape is with absolute honesty, Read more

Moving through Crisis

I woke up this morning with the word Crisis banging around in my head, and my heart beating wildly with excitement. The one thing that can bring the best out of people is a crisis, yes, I know itRead more

Here To There And Navigating The Land Inbetween.

Pat Lencioni, in his book The Advantage: Why Organisation Health Trumps Everything Else in Business, makes an undeniable case that organisational health surpasses all other disciplines in business asRead more

The Power of A Challenge

They say a picture is worth a thousand words.  I love this photo. Not because I am in a once in a lifetime moment standing on a stage with one of my hero's, but this exact moment caught on cameraRead more

It's Officially Autumn. Change is in the air.

Autumn is my favourite time of the year.  I love the physical signs of change that start to happen all around us.  First the "wee nip in the air" and then the darker mornings and evenings and ofRead more

Communication is a two way street

We have all heard the phrase "Communication is a two way street."  But is it?  It should be, but in reality, it can be a little more complicated than that. If it were that simple we wouldn't haveRead more

The Uncomfortable Truth

In my pursuit for growth I have often had moments when I have had a realisation of some of my dark sides, these moments are sometimes breathtakingly painful.  If you are serious about developingRead more

What was intended for evil turned to good...

There is a sentence in the story of Joseph of Egypt that has always gripped me when things go sideways and then turn out good in the end.  It’s when Joseph confronts his brothers who had thrownRead more
 

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