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Paula Quinsee - Coach, Speaker, Mentor, Entrepreneur, Author
Paula is a certified Imago Educator and Professional Facilitator and NLP Practitioner.
Paula works with individuals and organisations to help them build healthy relationships in both their personal and professional worlds empowering them to ultimately become a better person, partner and leader. Her key focus areas are: personal growth and development, emotional intelligence, conflict management, communication, leadership and mentorship traits and more.
After being exposed to Imago Relationship Therapy in 2006 and having been through the Imago and NLP process herself as part of her training, she now views people and relationships in a different light and shares these tools and skills with all her clients.
She was a member of the Imago Africa Board in 2011/2012 and has presented at several events and seminars, is regularly in the media, hosts shows on Niche Radio and UK Health Radio and is a consultant to "Married at First Sight SA" tv show.
Paula has been actively coaching since 2009 and conducts regular monthly workshops, is a speaker and author of Embracing Conflict.
As an inspirational speaker, she draws on her personal experiences and adventures and provides talks on the following topics:
- Walking the Mountain to our own Greatness.
- Achieving your goals in 3 easy steps.
- Relationships are the currency of the future.
- Addressing the elephants in the the room.
Paula holds a BBA Marketing Degree with over 16years experience in the Marketing and Advertising field in a corporate environment having worked at companies such as Standard Bank, Nedbank and KFC.
As a competitive athlete, she has competed in several adventures such as the 9in9in9 (9 marathons, 9 Weeks, 9 Provinces – winning 6 of the 9 marathons and placing in the top 5 in the other 3), cycling from Sun City to Table Bay CT and running 504km from Vaal to Pietermaritzburg for charity. She was nominated as Runners World SA Top 100 Heroes (2012).