Kay Ross

Speaker Presenter Coach









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Kay is a dynamic speaker and presenter. She has been an invited key-note speaker and conference presenter nationally and internationally and she loves nothing more than providing an engaging and valuable experience for participants.

Kay has been speaking and training for over 20 years. She has a Master of Education and a Certificate in Speaking and Presenting.

Kay is available to speak at your next Conference, seminar, workshop or business function, whether it’s for a few people or hundreds, Kay can deliver an engaging and informative session that will wow the audience.



Kay is an experienced coach who utilises her coaching skills in both 1-1 and group coaching sessions, face-face and online. Kay sees coaching as a collaborative relationship between coach and client as she supports clients to achieve their goals. Kay has worked as a coach for many years and has the qualifications, skills and expertise in life coaching  to provide a rewarding coaching experience for her clients. Kay encourages a relaxed approach to coaching, much like colleagues hammering out perplexing issues over a ‘cup of tea!’

Coaching is an opportunity for clients to develop their own skills for dealing with day-to-day issues and provides a forum for receiving ongoing support and feedback.


Kay has presented and delivered workshops, face-face and online, on a variety of topics, including health, business and personal development. Kay’s relaxed style ensures that all workshop participants are involved in the process and at the conclusion of the workshop, are able to discuss and demonstrate their acquired skills and knowledge.

Workshops are a valuable tool for businesses and organisations to present new ideas/concepts and to provide participants the time and opportunity to be involved themselves in the process.

What People Are Saying

“Kay presented on Motivational Interviewing techniques at our recent IOPO conference, and was just fabulous! Her session was very rich in content, she clearly knows her stuff, and she had obviously done her research to tailor the content to the audience. She was relaxed, relateable and funny, and got glowing feedback from all the delegates. Thanks Kay!!”

Beverley Scheepers

Professional Organizer

“Wow Kay is amazing – I wanted a coach that was so much more than a coach and this is what i got!!! So much experience to share and very intuitive – Kay picked up on something I have been trying to tell myself and others in our very first call – she listens and is guiding me to get to where I need to be – can’t wait to work with her more 

Annette Gomez

VIP Coach

“During my session, Kay was really awesome at reflecting back to me what she was hearing from me and how my energy was around what I was saying. Kay helped me get out of my total overwhelm and chart a way forward that felt really achievable. I left the call feeling way more energised and in control. Kay is an awesome coach and I totally recommend her to others!”

Beth Godwin

Health Coach


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