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CaitrÃÂona Reed Facilitator . Consultant . Motivational Speaker Master Neurolinguistics (NLP) Practitioner and Trainer CaitrÃÂona Reed has extensive experience as a Consultant, Workshop Leader and Facilitator of Personal and Organisational Change. She facilitates workshops worldwide Ã¢â¬â face to face and online using state of the art communications technology. She is co-Founder and CEO of Manzanita Village Retreat Centre, and Five Changes Foundation in California. She is senior advisor to The Path of Conscious Leadership Foundation, an Australasian platform for global collaboration. Her expertise is in developing and facilitating systems that bridge the worlds of Personal Development, Corporate Responsibility, Environmental Change and Cultural Awareness. She helps people and organisations navigate the integration of individual excellence, team building, and collective and cultural responsibility and awareness. She utilises multi-media e-learning infrastructures to facilitate distance and open learning. She is the author of The Thirty Pressing Questions, interactive Online Training Programme that assists individuals to embrace new perspectives and tools for bridging individual empowerment, social change and cultural transformation. She is a co-creator of Collaborative Leadership training programmes for London Corporate Training Limited, catering to an international audience of business and government leaders wishing to embrace collaborative leadership models. Together with Clare Mann Associates Australia Pty Limited, she is establishing a consultancy service to provide and deliver organisational development initiatives for a large environmental project in Australia. Caitriona Reed The Five Changes and Manzanita Village Retreat Centre Conscious Leadership Training International