Mark Rosenberg – Managing Director
Dr John Waters – Director, Strategy & Innovation
Mark Rosenberg is a highly experienced executive coach and mediator. A former senior executive and lawyer with Caltex Australia, Mark is an Institute of Executive Coaches Accredited Executive Coach and an Accredited Mediator under the National Mediator Accreditation System (he is currently on the Panel for the Franchising Advisor).
Mark has extensive experience leading and managing teams at Caltex and Sydney Olympic Park Authority, and understands the challenges managers face when seeking to create higher performing teams. He is a certified practitioner of The Kirton Adaption-Innovation Inventory (KAI), The Conflict Dynamics Profile, Facet5 Personality Profile and The Leadership Circle 360 Profile. Mark’s focus is on creating higher performing leaders, teams and organisations.
He has a combined Arts (Psychology) / Law degree from the University of NSW, a Master of Laws from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Management from MGSM, Macquarie University.
Mark is a former international track athlete and is currently a Director of Athletics NSW. He is married with four children and two dogs.
John Waters has spent his working life as a practitioner, teacher, researcher and consultant, gaining extensive experience in the management of technology, the marketing of new products, and the strategic planning process.
He worked for 3M Australia in senior-management positions before teaching postgraduate courses in the management of innovation and business creation strategies at the University of Sydney and the Macquarie Graduate School of Management. He has consulted with companies in the steel, electricity supply and defense electronic industries.
John has undergraduate degrees in engineering and psychology, and postgraduate research degrees in psychology and management. His research has concerned decision-making in turbulent environments, and the roles of knowledge and commitment in innovation. He is a certified practitioner of The Kirton Adaption-Innovation inventory, an instrument used in training for leadership, team building and the management of diversity. His focus is on working with leaders to create robust strategic plans that are successfully implemented by their teams.
John is married with three children, seven grandchildren and is an active Rotarian.
Max Eggert – Chief Psychologist
Max is one of Australia’s premier organisational psychologists. He has been interviewed frequently on TV, radio and in the print media both in Australia and in Europe and regularly presents papers at leading professional conferences.
Max has degrees in psychology, clinical therapy, industrial relations and theology. He has eighteen books in print translated into twelve languages. One work is a standard text and two others, which are career books, are frequently in the top ten best business books in the UK. Several of his books are on the recommended reading lists in the Universities of Sydney, London, Harvard, Westminster and Sussex.
He has held executive positions in light engineering, construction and was general manager of an international electronics organisation before following his passion as a full-time management psychologist.
Max’s professional focus is effecting positive personal change in his clients. His passions are riding his thoroughbred Zeus and Ceroc dancing. Max also acts as an Anglican Priest, providing services as a psychologist and adviser to fellow priests in the Sydney Diocese.
Margaret Carter – Consulting Partner - Change Management
Margaret Carter specialises in Human Resources Consulting and organisational change management. She has extensive professional HR experience, having worked in senior positions with organisations such as EDS, Prudential, Arthur Anderson, and National Mutual Life Association.
As a consultant, Margaret works with CEO’s and other senior managers to review and implement best practice human resources management strategy. She has expertise in a broad range of areas including providing HR Audit and Gap Analysis, developing and implementation of cultural change, and performance management. Some of her clients include: Optus, Mallesons, Hockey NSW, Law Society of NSW, and the Department of Aging Housing and Disability Services.
Margaret holds an Honors degree in Science (Organisational Psychology) from the University of NSW and a Certificate in Adult Education & Training from Sydney University of Technology.
Margaret is married, with three children and two dogs.