Providing high quality coaching that transforms people and organisations.
Meet Ken Rogers
Ken combines substantial relevant experience with contemporary qualifications as a coach. He has worked with leaders and managers across Australia as a manager, coach, facilitator, organisational development consultant, change manager and relationship educator. He has a passion for people development and support and has substantial experience working in the Public Sector, (Federal and State) combined with contemporary private sector experience.
Ken has facilitated workshops and coached individuals/teams on the following topics:
- The Future of Work – VUCA
- Change and its impact in our lives
- Influencing Upwards
- Leader as a Coach
- Building Personal Resilience
- Whats your personal Brand
- Self-Belief & Self-Awareness
KRC is now located at Level 21 Allendale Square, 77 St Georges Tce, Perth. This location allows KRC to be closer to CBD based clients.
Bachelor of Commerce (HRM & IR) – Curtin
Graduate Certificate in Change Management – AGSM
Graduate Diploma in Coaching – Curtin
Graduate Diploma in Psychology – UWA
The right tools for the job
KRC offers a variety of psychometric tools and techniques that support a bespoke solution to the individual or organisational needs.
Ken is highly experienced in using Human Synergistics products. He was accredited in Life Style Inventory (LSI), Group Style Inventory (GSI) and Organisational Culture Inventory (OCI) and Organisational Effectiveness Inventory (OEI) tools in 2008, and followed up accreditation in Management/Impact (MI) in 2013, and Leadership/Impact (LI) in 2014. He has used the LSI with over 400 clients, the OCI/OEI with five organisations, and has used the LI and MI with a number of leaders.
Human Synergistics is an organisation that has a conglomeration of significant diagnostic tools that assist in enabling behavioural improvement and change at the individual, group and organizational level.
OPIC Coach@Work is a unique process that develops staff and helps them be the best they can be. It is about melding individual competence with the required capabilities to develop higher performance.
It is best described as a process which allows managers to coach their staff through the specifics of their current role. Coach@work allows both the manager and staff member to analyse job performance in an objective and practical way. Staff gain a better understanding of how they are going, managers can coach their staff through opportunities for improvement, and together they can develop the required capabilities to allow that staff member to be the best they can be in their specific role.
Myers Briggs Type Indicator
Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is the most widely used instrument for understanding normal personality differences. Ken is a highly experienced MBTI practitioner. He has used MBTI process with teams and individuals. In particular, MBTI is a fantastic tool to use when helping team members better appreciate the diversity within the group, improving trust and cohesion.
The purpose of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator is to make the theory of psychological types described by C. G. Jung understandable and useful in people’s lives. The essence of the theory is that much seemingly random variation in the behaviour is actually quite orderly and consistent, being due to basic differences in the ways individuals prefer to use their perception and judgment.
Shadow Coaching® is a particular advanced application of reflective and observational coaching that provides one way for clients to go below the surface into the core dynamics of a situation, illuminating the truth of the moment and making decisions that move people forward.
Shadow Coaching® is a real time learning approach in developing a refined self-awareness and capabilities in the workplace as a result of reflection on practice. It enables people, not only to benefit from the continuous presence of an observing coach over an extended period of time in a typical set of workdays, but also develops their own role as self-observer for the long term. It teaches clients to become reflective practitioners.
Acceptance Commitment Therapy
Ken has received accreditation in Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), attending workshops and training presented by Russ Harris, one of the world’s most renowned ACT practitioners. ACT is a form of clinical behaviour analysis used in psychotherapy. ACT uses acceptance and mindfulness strategies, and does not have happiness as a primary objective, but rather allows one to be present with what life brings us and move toward valued behaviour. It has been described as getting to know unpleasant feelings, then learning not to act upon them and to not avoid situations where they are present.