WHO WE ARE
The founding premise of Bach Consulting is that a work organisation should be a great institution in which to dedicate ones effort and develop as human being.
After spending many years in the corporate world, the partners of Bach came to the conclusion that the modern western working organisation is not delivering anything near this sort of institutional experience for its members.
When really delving into the reasons why and how this could be changed, the Bach Triad model addressing work relationships, analytical capability and organisational design to achieve sustainable step changes in performance was created.
• Julian Fairfield has been in the global Consulting industry for over 30 years, working for both McKinsey & the Boston Consulting Group in Australia, the US and Japan before starting Bach Consulting in 1996. Julian is the author of three books, including “Levels of Excellence” and numerous articles
• Paul Beaumont has been the consulting industry for nearly 20 years, following an executive career in automotive and FMCG industries.
• Paul Harnish has spent many years in consulting and at the executive level of major Australian corporations.
• Keith Whiting has consulted in eighteen countries over the past thirty four years. He is a proven facilitator, team leader, project manager and management coach. He has an excellent process re-engineering and organizational change skill set and a track record of delivering sustainable change and benefits within challenging, complex and often remote environments.
• Gail Pemberton worked in investment banking in both London and Johannesburg. In Australia she obtained a Graduate Diploma and Masters degree in psychotherapy and teaches this at Master’s level. She coaches senior executives and coaches the coaches. Gail is an acknowledged expert in relationship development. She has published a ground breaking book ‘You Can Live with Anyone, well almost’ that shows how grasping the full power of our unconscious mind leads to transformation not only in our personal lives but also in a team’s ability to perform in the workplace. Her latest book The Brain’s Business – Neuroscience and Psychology for Exceptional Leadership takes this knowledge further, linking the neuroscience into the business world.