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Junie has had a successful background in sales, management, training and consulting over the last 25 years in a whole variety of industries. The Australian Financial Review in 2003 recognised Junie Ong as "The Most Influential Australian of the Year (NGO category)".  Junie was also nominated for the Human Rights Medal and was personally commended by Dr Sev Ozdowski, the Human Rights Commissioner.  She was invited to address the United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva.   The NGO she founded has won four local, state and national awards in the last four years.

Junie's main area of specialty is Advanced Communication and Communication Management ranging from the Interpersonal to Team arena, and from Frontline to Management and Leadership arenas.  Many of these are now being implemented in the context of change in organisations.

She especially works with workplace and interpersonal issues on influence, assertion skills, strategic management and management development.  These are delivered to clients by way of consulting, coaching and in training/workshop modules.

Asia based now with a UK consulting network, she also consults to CEOs and their Top Teams on Organisational Development.  

Junie's Management Development Topics:

  1. Change management
  2. Communication management
  3. Conflict management
  4. Coaching
  5. Corporate/management image
  6. Developing a healthy culture
  7. Decision-making and problem-solving
  8. Delegation
  9. Goal-setting and managing objectives
  10. Corporate image
  11. Interviewing and recruitment
  12. Leadership vs management
  13. Meeting facilitation
  14. Managing diversity
  15. Managing Difficult People & Situations
  16. Negotiation skills
  17. Performance appraisals/reviews
  18. Performance management
  19. Public speaking/presentation skills
  20. Psychological profiling
  21. Self-management - ownership, accountability & responsibility
  22. Succession Planning
  23. Team building
  24. Train-the-Trainer

Some key clients include;
AMP Personal Investments,  ANA Hotel,  Apple Computer,  University of NSW, Australia Post, Challenger Financial Services, Civil Aviation Safety Authority,  Coca Cola Amatil,  Colonial First State Investments,  Commonwealth Bank of Australia, The Council of the City of Wagga Wagga,  Department of Corrective Services,  Hunter Water Corporation,  ITSA (Insolvency Trustee Service Australia),  IQPC Australia, ,  McKenzie Consulting,  Merck Sharp & Dohme,  Mercy Family Centre, National Australia Bank,  Nortel,  NT Solutions,  Nutrimetics Australia,  Schroder's Investment Management,   SmartForce,  The Executive Connection (TEC),  Unisys Australia,  University of Technology,  Volvo Australia

Testimonials

"Junie's targeted development programs and one-on one coaching has been an integral part of the development framework for my management teams spanning three organisations for most of the last decade and a half. The length of our association is clear testament to the value which Junie consistently adds to the individual managers and our business."
- Head of Investment Operations, Macquarie Group Limited.

"Junie's fine tuned communication, listening and coaching skills means she gets to the heart of problems quickly. She navigates past the waffle and the excuses to focus you on what's important, clarify your objectives, help you to determine your path to get there and inspire you into action. A true expert, Junie knows when to confront us with the issues we need to face and when to be an empathetic guide. Anyone who has the privilege of Junie's coaching will appreciate what an enormous asset she is. I can't recommend her highly enough.
- Managing Director, IQPC Australia

Junie Ong captured the hearts as well as the minds of our leadership group, resulting in significant shifts and development for each of our leaders who worked with her. Her greatest strength is her combination of candour and compassion; Junie tells it like it is in such a way that the individual is able to take on the feedback and change behaviour, and feel understood and supported at the same time. Her approach of one on one coaching really embeds the learning.
- Head of Client Services Development, Colonial First State

"People are an organisations greatest asset is an over used cliche. If this is the case, why do organisations invest so little in their greatest asset?. Junie has worked with many of my people over the last 6 years, and the investment has resulted in an increased positive culture and an up skilled team."
- Managing Director, HCF Eyecare

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