About Us

The experts in organizational and leadership development, change and diversity management

FAW provides leading edge training, coaching and consulting services to:

• Implement innovative diversity programs,
• Develop leadership and management capability,
• Empower change toward high performing teams,
• Address workplace discrimination, harassment, bullying and stress.

Our Managing Partner is Kerry Fallon Horgan

Kerry Fallon Horgan is a workplace advisor, trainer, executive coach, author and public speaker. She works with an outstanding, highly qualified and experienced team at FAW to provide innovative and effective leadership and management development, cultural change and diversity management programs to private, public sector and not-for-profit organizations.

Clients have included the ABS, AMP, ANAO, ANZ Bank, APSC, ASIC, Armidale Aboriginal Medical Centre, Australian Human Resources Institute, Australian Centre for Innovation & International Competitiveness, Australian Securities & Investment Commission, Blackmores, CCH, Chandler & Macleod, Citigroup, Chevron, The China Network, Conflict Resolution Network, CPA, Dairy Farmers, Derwent Executive, DEWR, Finance Department, Dyno Nobel, Foreign Affairs Department, Genesys Wealth, Department of the House of Representatives, Industry & Investment NSW, Leighton Constructions, Lend Lease, Man Financial, National Australia Bank, National Childcare Accreditation Council, North Ltd, NSW Health, NSW Office of State Records, Property Works, St James Ethics Centre, Sydney Airport Ltd, QBE Insurance, Qld Department of Child Safety, Training & Coaching Solutions, Uniting Care, World Wildlife Fund, NSW Health and Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children. As well as delivering programs for Flexibility At Work, Kerry is currently an organisational development specialist for HealthShare NSW. This is a highly complex public sector organization with 7,000 staff.

Kerry is the author of three books; has developed best practice flexible workplace guidelines; produced e-learning programs on flexible work practices and financial wellbeing as well as video and audio programs. The Bullying and Harassment Prevention e-learning program is soon to be launched. In her recent E-book, Finding Life Balance, Kerry provides both organisational and personal strategies for success with work/life balance and for improving bottom line performance. On a number of occassions Kerry has been the Head Judge for the HR Leadership Awards in the Health & Wellbeing Category. Her DVD on Best Practice Workplace Health and Wellbeing Programs has been part of the Comcare Health and Wellbeing Coordinators Training Program. Kerry is a qualified counsellor and Executive Coach and is accredited in Certificate 1V in Assessment and Workplace Training. She has undertaken training in facilitation skills in the USA and Europe and has a BA in Psychology from Macquarie University with distinctions in Organisational Psychology and Neuropsychology.

Kerry is a transformational and inspiring leader in the areas of Workplace Diversity and Organizational Change. In her work she integrates cutting edge methodologies through detailed study of the latest research on these topics. Kerry does not just stay with the “data” but works intensively in making transformation practical and not just academic. But the biggest richness she brings to the business world, executives and everyone in organizations is her personal conviction on the topic and uncompromised integrity. Kerry’s international recognition for her work is not an accident. Kerry’s composure, tranquillity, knowledge, skills and Project Management capacity makes working with her a privilege. Dr Carlos A Raimundo

FAW provides training and consulting services to a broad range of businesses including the finance, retail, construction, mining, manufacturing, public and community sectors. People from hundreds of organisations have attended our workshops and presentations. An acknowledged expert in her field, our Managing Partner has been interviewed on radio programs throughout Australia, on TV programs such as the Bloomberg Business Report for Foxtel as well as for The Australian Financial Review, The Age, The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Daily Telegraph and Canberra Times.

Kerry’s successful record of imparting skills to her program participants in a business environment has lead to high profile Conference presentations. These have included the CPA “Focus on Excellence” Conference, the “Sustainable Human Capital Management” Conference, the “Occupational Health and Wellbeing” Conference, the Australian Human Resource Institute “Becoming An Employer of Choice” and “Realigning the HR Function” Conferences, the ACCI Work & Family Conference, the Work/Life Issues Conference, the “National Workers Compensation Summit”, the “Talent Management” Conference, the Sydney Business Chamber of Commerce “Human Capital Management” Forum, the HRM@Work Forum, the Australian Medical Association conference, “The New Medical Workforce – Options for Change”, the “Happiness & Wellbeing@Work”, the “Workplace Psychological Injury” Conferences and “Talent Management Masterclasses”. She is a long term sponsor of the “Women, Work and Management” Conference.

Prior to starting her own business, Kerry headed a financial counselling service in the finance sector for six years. She has also authored a book on financial counselling, published by Allen & Unwin, and was President, Vice President and Secretary of the Financial Counsellor’s Association and taught financial counselling at the Sydney Institute of Technology for 5 years.

A long term advocate of issues of importance to women, Kerry is the CEO of the Womens Healing Org International, which provides free resources on women’s health, work/life balance and financial wellbeing. She formally worked for the Equal Opportunity for Women in the Workplace Agency, Chaired the major Advisory Body to the State Government on Women’s Issues (the Womens Consultative Committee), was a board member of Women & Management and on the Executive of the NSW EEO Practitioner’s Association.