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Our People.

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Trusted by some of the world’s largest companies. Actively involved in 120 diverse industries internationally. Keynote speaker at some of the world’s leading coaching conferences and author of over 20 academic publications on coaching, psychological safety, leadership, supervision, team coaching and more, Tammy Turner is the organisational specialist transforming organisations across the globe. 


Leading a multi-national team of hand-selected and personally trained coaches, Tammy Turner, through Turner International, has worked with a wide range of organisations to design and deliver innovative, large-scale transformation initiatives supporting organisations and their people to thrive. With clients such as Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), BCG, ING Bank, i-Care Medical, Pepsi, Leighton Holdings, NASDAQ, Shell and the Australian Federal Government, Tammy Turner and her teams consistently deliver to ensure clients learn, adapt, and respond to their ever-changing environments. 


With 25 years’ experience in transforming organisations, Tammy draws on her previous executive background with companies such as IBM, Lexmark and Sybase and non-executive board appointments with organisations such as the International Coaching Federation to lead her global team of global coaches to develop systemic organisational-wide change that aligns with the organisations vision, values, and strategy for the future. 


From C-Suite executives to ground-level leaders, Tammy and her team tailor solutions for local and multi-country organisations ensuring high-impact, sustainable and meaningful change for the organisation and more importantly, it’s people. Whether it’s a single executive transition engagement, a small group or team coaching assignment or complex transformational projects, Turner International has the experience. 


As the CEO of Turner International, Tammy has built a reputation for modelling strong leadership qualities with the ability to listen to, challenge, question, and motivate even the most challenged leaders to embrace and sustain transformation. As Founder of The Centre for Coaching Development and Supervision and previous Head of Supervision and a core faculty member at the Global Coach Training Institute (GTCI), Tammy has trained, mentored, and supervised hundreds of executive and team coaches globally, assisting them to make a measurable difference in their organisations. 


Through bringing a balance of relational and commercial engagement to her co-creative approach, Tammy’s clients describe her as warm, professional and disarmingly inspirational. 


Originally from Colorado, USA, and based in Australia, Tammy travels the world as a sought-after speaker, author and thought leader. When not in the office, she enjoys deep sea diving off the coast of Florida or walking through the bushland of outback Australia, reconnecting to her love of nature. 


Formal Qualifications 

Tammy is a Master Certified Coach and has an Advanced Certification in Team Coaching with the International Coaching Federation (IFC) and holds the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC)’s Master Practitioner Global Individual, Team Coaching, and Global Individual Supervision Accreditations. 


Tammy’s latest books, The Team Coaching Casebook, written with David Clutterbuck and Colm Murphy, with forewords by Nick Smith, Peter Hawkins, and Paul Lawrence; and Team Coaching for Organisational Development: Team, Leader, Organisation, Coach and Supervision Perspectives by Helen Zink, with guest author Tammy Turner are available now through all good bookstores everywhere. Click here to learn more about publications.

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As our project manager, Kym is involved in program planning and implementation seeing each program through to its completion. Being responsible for client and participant liaison, as well as the organisation of large-scale engagements and open training programs, she is very much the heart of Turner International. 


Since 2019 Kym has been the person who keeps things on track and fosters clear communication throughout the business and within our coaching community, and that people are connected and well informed the project. She handles the logistical and practical elements of our client relationships, coaching development programs while maintaining strong relationships with our associates and organising speaking engagements and events for our CEO, Tammy Turner. She also works in tandem with Carla to ensure our upcoming Learning Management System (LMS) is designed well and meets our student's learning requirements. 

Prior to joining Turner International, Kym worked in Project Management roles in the Aged Care industry and the IT professional services and solutions sector. Originally from Sydney, Kym balances her professional life with her role as a wife and mother of two active daughters and an avid traveller. 

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In her role as Social Media Manager at Turner International, Carla Germann is responsible for our digital engagement strategies, producing compelling content that (hopefully!) resonates with you, our clients. She handles the development and execution of social media campaigns, community management, and data analysis to enhance our digital presence.  


Carla is passionate about creating valuable, relatable content and is particular about precision in her designs. When we deliver customised programs, Carla also is engaged in designing beautiful and well-designed materials, ensuring that visual learners are engaged in the content. We are in the process of designing a Learning Management System (LMS), which Carla will be working in tandem with Kym Connelly to maximise the learning experience.  


Carla’s extensive experience in Graphic Design and Jewellery Design adds richness and depth to our brand’s visual storytelling. Originally from South Africa, Carla is passionate about design, painting, and promoting sustainable living. She lives with her husband and two daughters in Noosa Heads.  

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