About Bruce Williams
Easy Teams Founder
Hi, my name's Bruce Williams, Easy Teams' lead trainer and facilitator. My speciality is helping people grow engaged and high-performing teams.
Do you manage a team? What would your day be like if you were free to get on with business instead of putting out fires and dealing with personality clashes, conflict and miscommunication?
Imagine if your team were skilled at managing their own interpersonal differences. Imagine a positive, collaborative culture where everyone is relaxed, resilient and productive. Imagine your emerging leaders taking action with confidence, clarity and impact.
Take the mystery out of managing people. Transform tension into teamwork. Convert conflict into communication. Whether you are an enterprise CEO or a small business owner with a leadership team of one, I have a training solution for you and your team.
With a focus on leadership growth and team dynamics, I've been delivering adult education, coaching and professional development programs for almost 4 decades. I am a Professional Services Associate with CPP Asia Pacific and a certified practitioner for MBTI, FIRO-B, EQi2.0 and EQ360.
I've worked with businesses, government, non-profits, chambers of commerce, universities, schools, and community groups. I love helping people create a profound sense of personal identity, a keen sense of purpose and a rich appreciation of diversity and inclusion.
I’m part of The University of the Sunshine Coast Foundation Board, a founding member of The USC 1996 Society, and spokesperson for the USC Starfish Program, and a member of B1G1 Business for Good. I'm a member of 3 vibrant chambers of commerce, and also coach start-ups and emerging entrepreneurs as part of a mentoring group who facilitate business incubator and accelerator programs.
I live on the beautiful Sunshine Coast with my wife, Jeanette. We’ve been married for 38 years, and have four wonderful daughters and four beautiful grandkids. We love spending time in nature, especially at the beach and hiking in our local rainforests.