About Our Clan

We connect leaders and teams to their purpose.

Extensive facilitation experience

High-impact, tailored programs

Qualified executive coaches

SIOBHAN TURNEY, FOUNDING DIRECTOR

Siobhan has coached and facilitated programs for hundreds of leaders, empowering them to adapt to the changing expectations of customers, employees, boards and executives. At InterClan, she partners with businesses to optimise the employee experience through effective, purposeful leadership. Siobhan challenges conventional thinking to amplify the leadership qualities required to nourish a healthy culture.

Siobhan has over 20 years of international experience in consulting, leadership & learning, organisational development and executive coaching at large companies including Foxtel and ING. Her fascination for social dynamics, infectious energy and love of learning has equipped her to navigate through a varied career and provided a strong foundation on which to build InterClan.

This experience, along with her natural and energetic coaching style, ensures that Interclan delivers value and measurable outcomes for every leader, team and business that they work with. 

WHY INTERCLAN?

At Interclan, we work with leaders and their teams to develop systems and skills to improve their results. We have three areas of focus:

  • Leadership and Team Development. We facilitate conversations, amplify strengths and build capability that is aligned to the cultural aspirations of the business.
  • Communication & EQ. We run workshops to equip people with the skills and confidence to communicate and engage with others more effectively.
  • Coaching. We empower leaders to work purposefully towards their aspirations and goals while resolving personal barriers along the way.

OUR COMMITMENT

People value working with InterClan because we quickly get to the heart of a business and identify ways to grow effective relationships and outcomes. We have a strong people-centred approach and create a safe environment to learn and challenge conventional thinking.