Candice has worked for over two decades to help bring out the innate humanity of
individuals and organizations in the public and corporate sectors. Following a first
career in academic publishing, she transitioned into facilitation and coaching in 2004
to help build individual and team effectiveness through more courageous and value-
rich relationships. Born in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, she was initiated into
organizational life in the early days of post-Apartheid democracy. Driven by a need to
shift the quality of human interaction at an individual, group and systemic level,
Candice trained in the Thinking Environment with Nancy Kline, the founder of Time
To Think, in 2005. This work is about encouraging a way of being that says “You
matter, your thinking makes a difference; and if you knew that, what would you do
now?” In 2008, Candice established Time To Think’s South African office and four
years later, she emigrated to Australia.
As a coach and facilitator, Candice helps develop sustainable practices for
individuals and organizations awho want to more deftly navigate these increasingly
complex times by shifting to a more inclusive and collaborative culture. She regularly
leads Time To Think open and qualifying courses. Working in-house, her leadership
development experience in the corporate and public sectors of Australia, Asia and
Africa includes financial services, banking, construction, petrochemicals, customer
engagement, academia and government.
Educational Background and Academic Activity
A Masters in English Literature supports Candice’s passion for creative thinking. She
holds an international accreditation in coaching and she is a Time To Think Global
Faculty member. In 2016, Candice completed a 9-month Integral Project Leadership
incubator as part of the Meta-Integral program. This takes a holistic approach to
some of the world’s most complex challenges in this time of VUCA (Volatility,
Uncertainty, Challenge and Ambiguity).
Candice lives in Sydney with her husband Peter. She’s nourished by deep belly
laughs, a good dance and following a meditation path.