PEOPLE PERFORMANCE PLUS
professional facilitator, speaker and coach
Partnering you to create positive success strategies
Arlene Quinn is a facilitator and coach who works with individuals and business clients.
Arlene founded People Performance Plus in 2000. She lives in beautiful Western Australian with her artist husband Clive and their 2 year old German Shepherd dog, Django.
Arlene's clients benefit from making clearer, focused decisions through recognising the part human relationships and systems play in all areas of individual and team development. She guides them through their transition to a place of success.
She purposefully supports clients to take action and use positive language that maximises their potential. Thus her clients successfully engage with others and promote harmony in their workplace and life.
She provides professional coaching that uses a variety of proven approaches to assess, plan, progress and reflect on the many frames of life that her clients bring.
Her professional background as a nurse assists those who are seeking better work- life balance for their career and life journey.
She also provides skills coaching in presentation and speaking and is widely respected as a mentor coach who promotes the professional development of coaches to achieve international credentials with International Coach Federation
Arlene herself a Professional Certified Coach is one of seven CoachU certified graduates in Australia, 140 in the world. She is currently President WA for Business and Professional Women and a past Professional Member of the National Speakers Association Australasia.
As a certified workplace trainer and assessor, she conducts interactive personal and business programs on leadership and communication using her knowledge of the brain and thinking patterns.
There is no need to do it alone - seek support today.
“Being in small business for over 9 years means living a balanced life and taking a positive approach in everything I do; the rewards that come with success I believe should be celebrated and enjoyed.” Arlene Quinn