About Ken Rogers

Ken combines substantial relevant experience with contemporary qualifications as a coach.  He has over 30 years’ experience working with leaders and managers across Australia as a manager, coach, facilitator, organisational development consultant, change manager and strategic planner. He has coached leaders, managers and change agents from government, private and not-for-profit sectors.  He has extensive experience in leadership and management development and facilitated numerous team building and group development activities.  He specialises in working with leaders and middle managers and has a fundamental and comprehensive understanding of the challenges of being a leader.  Ken is available to work in Perth, regional Western Australia, interstate and overseas if required


He holds a number of tertiary qualifications that relate to management and coaching process.  He has a Bachelor of Commerce, (Human Resources & Industrial Relations, Curtin), Graduate Certificate in Change Management (AGSM), Graduate Diploma in Coaching (Curtin) and a Graduate Diploma in Psychology (UWA) completed in 2014.  Ken is an associate member and on the committee of the Australian Psychology Society Coaching Interest Group, Western Australia. He is a member of the International Coaching Federation and an associate of the International Society of Coaching Psychology.

In addition to being recently qualified in the area of Psychology and an active member of the Coaching Psychology group, Ken has successfully completed accreditation in OPIC’s coach@work program, which is continuing with ongoing coach@work coaching assignments and is accredited in OPIC’s Executive Capability Framework to undertake leadership assessment and leadership coaching activities. Ken’s commitment is to building High Performance capability within organisations and focuses his activities in the Western Australian Region.


Ken is trained in a range of coaching techniques, which are targeted to suit specific situations.  He is accredited in the OPIC Coach@work program, which identified specific critical capabilities needed for high performance   He uses “Shadow Coaching” techniques when needed, an innovative coaching process that allows clients to gain targeted insight into their behaviour. He is accredited Human Synergistics LSI, GSI, LI, MI and OCIOEI; and has Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) accreditation.  Ken uses these tools in coaching as needed, as well as signature strengths and mindfulness awareness support.  He is solution-focused, has a pragmatic and affable approach, and engages in respectful and supportive practice.

Ken’s philosophy

Ken’s philosophy is that “everyone deserves the opportunity to be coached, at least once in their lives”. Coaching provides the mental space that allows one to go beyond current realities.  Coaching challenges one to consider better alternatives, and provides clarity in direction.  Ken is passionate about coaching and personal change, and seeks to help people realize their potential, becoming more authentic and true to their beliefs and values.  Simply – coaching changes peoples lives.

Ken’s Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Commerce (HRM & IR) – Curtin
  • Graduate Certificate in Change Management – AGSM
  • Graduate Diploma in Coaching – Curtin
  • Graduate Diploma in Psychology – UWA
Ken’s approach to coaching has helped me develop my own solution to the issues I was facing which ensures I continue to develop the skills to do it on my own in the future. In particular, his style of questioning is very disarming which naturally leads to a more open and flowing experience.
Paul, Local Government
Ken, and the coaching tools he uses, have provided me with excellent, relevant and very useful career guidance. His ongoing support through regular meetings has reinforced the information we have identified about me and my career.
Warren, State Government
I have truly appreciated the guidance that Ken has provided to me during these turbulent few months. Having an objective, removed ally to touch base with each month gave me the clarity and perspective I needed to focus on effective ways to achieve the big goals, rather than getting caught up in the irrelevant and irrational.
Rosey, Not for Profit