People Transform Success Developing successful leaders | John Hannelly

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John Hannelly

John has extensive experience in coaching executives to become more effective leaders who challenge themselves to be more successful by promoting change to improve results through developing best-in-class leadership skills.

He has successfully coached executives responsible for driving change in a variety of industries, including finance, professional services, media, energy, education and legal. He has assisted his clients to achieve better outcomes for their organisations and achieve greater personal success.

John coaches throughout the Asia-Pacific region and has successfully coached clients from organisations including BBC Worldwide, Lexmark, Hewlett Packard, ANZ, Fairfax Media, Qantas and Glaxo Smith Kline.

John has been engaged in coaching for more than 10 years. He is a member of the International Coaching Federation and is a regular attendee at the biennial International Positive Psychology Congress, where the latest developments in neuroscience, and positive psychology are highlighted.


'First 100 days' Interactive Keynote presentation: Peter Barker Multimedia
  • In addition to his coaching skills, John was Human Resources Director for Hewlett Packard for 4 years, Compaq Computer Corporation for 13 years and has excellent Board experience.
  • John is also skilled in coaching professionals in the areas of career development, the first 100 days in new roles, team-building and driving change.
  • Specialties: Leadership development, change management, mediation, development planning, career planning and building a performance culture.
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John Hannelly | Executive Coach | People Transform Success

April 2006 – Present (10 years 3 months)

I am an Executive Coach who works with Executives who want to further their careers by becoming better leaders. I am engaged either directly by the Executive or alternatively by organisations who seek to transform their Managers into inspiring leaders who can achieve better results.


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