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Nicole Bartolomeusz

Deputy Chief Executive, cohealth

Nicole Bartholomeusz is Deputy Chief Executive of cohealth, one of Australia’s largest not-for-profit community health services, operating across 14 local government areas in Victoria, to improve the health and wellbeing of all, and tackle health inequality in partnership with people and their communities.  

Nicole has a background as a clinician and more then 15 years experience as a senior executive and non Executive Board Director across the primary care and community health sector. Nicole holds a Masters in Business Administration and professional affiliations include membership of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Nicole is passionate about delivering quality care and has a strong interest in healthcare governance and leadership, health policy and system redesign.


PANEL DISCUSSION #2, Tuesday 3 September

The relationship between the leader and their coach. What is in the space between the leader and their coach that enables such dialogues that lead to insights and potential change?

When a leader is choosing a coach to work with the choice is predominantly based on chemistry. This non scientific but very human approach yields a range of outcomes. Some positive and some very neutral. But some relationships seems to get extraordinary results. Why is that? What are the dynamics that enable great outcomes? How it works and when does it not? What do the leader and their coach need to bring to the relationship to both get great outcomes?

In this moderated panel Dr Gordon Spence will interview leaders and their coaches to understand the relationship and the white space between them that enables the coaching relationship to work.