Lindsay Tighe is a successful and highly regarded speaker, businesswoman, author and coach who is passionate about inspiring people to improve their own lives and the lives of others.
She has a unique blend of life experiences that include working in the corporate world, establishing and running her own business, and gaining formal qualifications, while her genuine love of people give her the ability to inspire and really make a difference to others.
Lindsay is the founder of Inspirational Coaching and Better Questions and is a successful and highly regarded speaker, business woman, coach and author of six books. Before finding her true passion in life, Lindsay worked for over 20 years in the corporate world, both in the UK and Australia. She had many leadership roles developing people skills and improving workplace cultures.
She has trained thousands of people in the in the Aged Care and Health sectors to support the implementation of the Enabling and Wellness approach as well as Self Management and Consumer Directed Care. She has published eight books, one of which is Better Health Professionals Ask Better Questions and she has also written a booklet specifically for Care workers called ĎCaring Differently' as well as having an App for iphones to provide a toolkit of Better Questions for Aged Care Professionals to use in practice.
Lindsay holds an MBA from Macquarie Graduate School of Management and regularly speaks at a variety of functions. She has also been appeared on Channel 7's Sunrise and Morning Show and has been featured in Women's Day, Good Medicine, New Idea and the Qantas in flight magazine.
Some feedback from Lindsay’s Better Questions workshops
“Feedback from staff has been fantastic, more positive than any other training they have undertaken. They found Lindsay to be an excellent facilitator, truly engaging, inspirational, passionate and knowledgeable about her subject material. Lindsay’s program has provided the missing link for staff and I am sorry we did not do this training much earlier in their journey. They are motivated, confident and believe they now have the toolkit to assist them to “ask better questions” to establish genuine client centred goals.”
Joan Andrews Manager Aged and Disability Services, Bayside City Council
“You were able to develop a program for a service delivery area based on several conversations that has been so very successful with the operational staff. The feedback we have had about your delivery of the program has been outstanding.”
Mary Rydberg, Manager Aged and Disability Services, City of Greater Dandenong Council
“Everyone was so positive as a result of your workshop. They certainly recognise new approaches they can adopt with their assessments and the way this will enhance the outcomes for the people we support. We will have a practice review session each month in order to continue to embed Better Questions into our practice. Your warmth as a facilitator has been commented on by all who attended.”
Pam Keeble, Coordinator Community Care, City of Port Phillip
Email Lindsay: firstname.lastname@example.org