Slide ABOUT ANGELA HEISE “If life has an instruction book, Angela Heise has definitely read it cover to cover” Matt Dickson, Head of Creativity, The Studio at SCA



Angela has spent her whole life dedicated to understanding the ‘why’ behind human behaviour, to then be able to help people improve their life and relationships by better understanding themselves and others.

Working with individuals and organisations, Angela helps people develop greater strengths in the areas of communication skills; social, cultural and emotional intelligence; creativity and innovation and leadership development. Angela is an Accredited Professional Coach; Certificate IV Workplace Trainer; Certified NLP Trainer; Certified Counsellor; Certified Ericksonian Hypnotherapist and Certified de Bono Trainer. She has taught business and self-development courses at the University of Sydney Centre for Continuing Education for ten years and was the official representative of the De Bono Institute for New South Wales for five years.

Angela’s career echoes her interests – meeting new people, travelling the world, and looking for new experiences and challenges. So far, Angela’s passion for the new and different has taken her traveling in over 50 countries, studying in four, living in nine and working in fifteen.

Angela challenges herself to do something new every year to ensure that her comfort zone doesn’t become too big. A few years ago, her experiment to find what life is like without a home base resulted in Angela working and living out of two suitcases as a global nomad. What started out as an annual challenge became a four year adventure. Angela is a deeply curious person, and is constantly pursuing the self improvement she coaches her clients to achieve also. It is important to Angela that she walks her talk, so she applies all the teachings she shares with her clients to her own life as well.

Angela is a member of the International Coach Federation, the NLP Trainer Registration Board, is a charter member of the International Positive Psychology Association and in recognition of her experience, a Fellow of the Institute for Learning Professionals.