Sylvie Carter

Sylvie Carter

Sylvie Carter

Sylvie is a generous and inquisitive leader who engages and focuses you sharply on what’s useful.

She grew up in Canberra and went onto lead a distinguished executive career over 27 years in leadership and senior executive roles, including strategic PR & marketing, global search and recruitment, communication, sales and sponsorship.

Sylvie taps her experience and knowledge to offer invaluable practical and applied insight questioning to unlock her clients thinking.

Her talents include:

* Leadership Coaching
* Strategic Planning Facilitation
* Career Development with Advanced Interview Strategy
* Team Dynamics Facilitation
* Communication and Negotiation
* Business Development & Networking
* Time Management and Prioritizing

Sylvie has successfully assisted numerous executives through rigorous senior executive recruitment processes, across twelve major commonwealth departments and agencies, as well as a number of large corporations nationally and internationally.

She has a comprehensive knowledge of the Australian Public Service, Senior Executive Leadership Capability Framework and an acute understanding of how these relate to private sector competencies.


Sylvie specializes in empowering leaders to intentionally maximize strategic thinking, social intelligence and communication skills for influence and presence.

Coaching for insights, she prides herself in offering a rich resource of tools and models to unlock and align vision and values leadership.

Using a range of evidenced based coaching models linked to real life case studies, Sylvie applies a thought provoking, intuitive and pragmatic coaching style to support her clients to leverage superior performance and sustainable change.

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