Master TetraMap Facilitator, General Manager of TetraMap International.
Louise works closely alongside TetraMap creators Yoshimi and Jon Brett. She plays a pivotal role in the growth of the business, with responsibility for developing market awareness, public relations, and external communications.
Louise also leads TetraMap’s work to support organisations involved in developing future leaders for New Zealand including Rotary Youth, Scouts, First Foundation, and YWCA.
Louise became a Master Facilitator in 2004, and since then has delivered many certification programmes in New Zealand, Australia, and the UK. In 2013 she developed an innovative Global Master TetraMap Facilitator Programme designed to achieve business sustainability, and develop leaders for the future.
“We are continuing the work we started in the Master TetraMap Facilitator programme by adding further depth and value to our clients through the TetraMap Global Leadership Group. It is both amazing and exciting. We aim to model inter-dependence through our work and our behaviours.”
Louise prides herself on follow-through, and regularly provides support and ongoing development for the facilitator network.
“It is such a privilege to share TetraMap with other facilitators. Initially most see it as a model of behaviour where, indeed, TetraMap was founded. The Certification Courses provide a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate how facilitators can take TetraMap from behaviour into a tool for team development and planning, and deeper again into a conceptual thinking and problem solving framework.
“The group dynamics at Certification Courses are often quite extraordinary. The most beautiful thing for me to see is the diversity of people and organisations who want to learn more about TetraMap, and the diversity of applications it provides.
Thank you for an amazing 2.5 days. Your generosity of spirit is inspiring and you have imparted so many Gems that will help me in so many ways.
Sabrina Leoncelli, Facilitator and teacher, Melbourne, Australia.
Louise’s work with young leaders, such as those who attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Programme is impressive. Her deep knowledge of the TetraMap and the nature of behaviour is one thing. The ability to transfer that knowledge to the participants on the Programme is another. It was a joy to behold.
Wendy Betteridge, Rotary Youth Leadership Award Convenor, NZ
“Thanks Louise for your many inspiring years of growing me as a TetraMap facilitator and as a person. At every turn you have provided new insights and challenges for me to take up, yet never let me flounder alone. You have known when to lead from the front and guide me, when to walk alongside me and let me catch my breath and always, always encouraged me to step up and out to my edge. I have been especially grateful for the way in which you shine the light on those sticky and complex issues that got in the way of great work and guided me to find simple and elegant solutions. Plus, you’re fun to be around.”
Esther Bukholt, Facilitator, Wellington, NZ