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Amanda Horne’s Bio

By on January 1, 2007 – 11:01 pm  One Comment

Amanda Horne

Amanda Horne

Amanda Horne provides executive coaching, group coaching, advisory and facilitation services to leaders, executives, and teams in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. She specializes in the practical application of Positive Psychology and Appreciative Inquiry to help create thriving people and workplaces. She enjoys supporting people to be their best by facilitating better ways of working. This is about creating the conditions in organizations where people are making a meaningful contribution and find their work fulfilling, satisfying and rewarding.

Amanda has over 27 years of corporate experience. Prior to establishing her own consultancy in 2003, she worked for Ernst & Young for over 20 years in Australia, UK, USA and Canada. As a senior manager, she coached and mentored executives, implemented change initiatives, and managed key relationships.

Amanda is a graduate the Authentic Happiness Coaching Program run by Martin Seligman and Ben Dean, a member of Positive Workplace International, and an Associate of the Australian Institute of Executive Coaching. She pursues ongoing studies in Positive Psychology and its related fields. Her qualifications include a degree in Economics and a Master of Education in Adult Education. Amanda leads a happy and fulfilling life with her husband, friends, and community in Canberra, Australia.

Amanda’s article for PositivePsychologyNews.com are here.

One Comment »

  • Susan Hwang says:

    Amanda, this is one of my favorite PPND articles ever. Thanks for pulling out these great quotes and also giving me the impetus to revisit JK Rowlings speech.

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