RRC Ltd is an international consultancy lead by Robin Ryde and Lisa Sofianos, and backed by a range of subject specialists. The focus of our work is organisation and leadership development supported through coaching, senior level facilitation, keynotes and hands-on change consulting.
"Most people spend most of their waking hours engaged in some form of labour. We are inspired by the idea that work should be a meaningful and gratifying endeavour; that people should be authentic in all they do, and that organisations are at their most innovative when they do not rely on deference and hierarchy."
Robin is a former CEO, HR Director and Board member. His experience spans the private, public and not-for-profit sector working with individuals, senior teams and helping to drive organisational change. Robin's particular strengths lie in the areas of senior level leadership, strategic thinking and the development of modern organisation design. Robin is an innovative thinker and Visiting Fellow of one of the world’s leading business schools, Ashridge Business School, Head of Leadership with the Oxford Group, he is a Director with the Australia & New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) and a Fellow of New South Wales' Health Education & Training Institute. Robin has written four books on leadership and organisational behaviour published with Palgrave Macmillan, Wiley & Sons and Kogan Page.
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Lisa is a business author, executive coach and leadership developer. Having worked with a broad spectrum of companies – from advertising creatives to pharmaceutical companies to leaders of financial services – Lisa works with senior executives on their trickiest challenges. Lisa is a member of the International Coaching Federation, and specializes in areas of leadership resilience, coping with transition and helping leaders deal with intractable issues. Lisa is a Programme Chair with the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education, works closely with and teaches on the Clore Social Fellowship Programme. Lisa is also an executive coach with the Oxford Group. Lisa co-authored "Creating Authentic Organizations" (Kogan Page, 2014) and has published numerous articles in journals such as Training Journal.