Dr Pauline Lee

FCG Associate, Organisational Psychologist, Leargas

Pauline Lee focuses on assisting senior leaders to develop change strategies that produce extraordinary business outcomes and transform organisational mindset and culture. Pauline has expansive coaching experience with over 3,000 hours at the Executive Level, working with CEOs, MDs, and Senior Executives. Her range of clients range from Healthcare, pharmaceutical, professional services, manufacturing state and federal government.

Prior to her consulting role, Pauline held managerial positions within the Department of Treasury and Finance, and Management Consulting role at Hay Group. She also has held visiting lecturer positions, teaching Organisational Psychology,  at the University of Melbourne and University College Dublin, and has published on teams and leadership in peer reviewed journals.

Pauline brings a warm exterior that comes with a sharp intellect and desire to ‘hold the mirror’ for the client so they get to make conscious choices about the outcomes they are seeking. Utilising a wealth of knowledge gained from Leadership Circle, Immunity to Change, and the Change Leaders’ Roadmap, Pauline works with individual leaders, teams and organizations to promote change leadership and breakthrough capability.

Over the past 15 years, she has been consulting to organisations such as Department of Defence, Department of Health, GM Holden, Shell, Novartis, Department of Treasury and Finance (Victoria), Department of Immigration and Border Protection, South East Water, JAS-ANZ and Clarendon Lawyers, amongst others.

WORKSHOP #3, Wednesday 4 September

How the Immunity to Change™ (ITC) process helps teams to become unstuck in organisations

Teams are the main entities that architect, strategise and actually perform the work within organisations. When teams work well the whole organisation benefits.  But often teams stall for no apparent reason with many negative implications. In this very interactive and dynamic workshop Dr. Pauline Lee and Holly Cole-Havens will explore the Immunity to Change process by Kegan and Lahey and how it best applies to teams. The workshop will cover:

  • What is ITC for Teams

  • The methodology – a process for participants to practice with

  • How we have integrated it into our team coaching practice

  • Case Studies of teams with associated outcomes