Leader in Residence - Chris Kotur
CHRISTINE KOTUR BA MEd MAICD
Chris is the inaugural Leadership Victoria Leader In Residence, a role that is raising the profile and importance of emerging leadership issues and development across all sectors in Australia.
She has been an active and committed Williamson Community Leadership Program alumnus since 1994.
Chris Kotur works as an independent consultant specializing in designing and delivering strategies for people planning and implementing significant change. In assignments across all sectors her roles include those of strategy advisor, facilitator, evaluator, reviewer and key note presenter.
She regularly conducts evaluations and performance reviews, facilitates strategic planning and designs and delivers leadership development programs.
She is a strategic advisor to key people in chief executive, senior management and board chair positions and has considerable experience in developing strategic partnerships between funding organizations (such as governments, the business and philanthropic sectors) and NFP's.
Communities experiencing stress and difficult change issues call on Chris's expertise. She facilitated community consultations for the Bushfires Royal Commission and the Flood Inquiry.
Chris's clients include boards, government departments, peak organizations, local government, councils and community groups and Not For Profit (NFP) organizations. She has facilitated strategic planning for NFP organizations in the fields of health, education, arts and culture, indigenous leadership and membership-based organizations including private clubs.
Chris is a key presenter for several executive and community leadership development programs such as Leadership Victoria's Board Orientation series.
Chris has had a distinguished career as a senior public servant, a ministerial advisor, chief executive, pro vice chancellor, council and board member, director and trustee.
Chris has undertaken extensive leadership and management development at Harvard University and holds degrees in Arts and Education.
She is a Fellow of the Williamson Community Leadership Program, an alumnus of the Cranlana program and a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Chris is a member of several, key government expert panels and is a senior research fellow at the University of Melbourne.
Chris is deeply committed to and actively involved in supporting the interests and activities that enrich the lives of all Victorians.
Read Chris's latest blog posts for LV:
- Leaders spooked by online technology are headed for trouble
- Toss out that old leadership library
- It can't be a coincidence
CHRISTINE KOTUR CONSULTING PO BOX 6102 Hawthorn VIC Australia 3122
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