Course Development - Team Leader;
BSc (University of NSW), MA (University of Sydney), BTh (Brisbane College of Theology), MSc Coach Psych (University of Sydney)
Auxiliary Lieutenant Learning Support Coordinator
Areas of Expertise
Coaching and Facilitation
Groups, Teams and Systems
Clayton Spence supports Booth College in the development of materials and governance, as well as developing a learning support program for the newly established Auxiliary Lieutenant program. Prior to this he, and his wife Leanne, have held a number of frontline ministry roles, including Corps Officers at Chatswood, Rockdale, and Mackay, as well as part time Assistant Corps Officers at Tuggeranong, and Divisional Youth & Candidates Secretaries in the then ACT & South NSW Division. Clayton has additional roles in the Salvation Army as a member of the Morals and Social Issues Council (since 2008), and Change Consultant as part of the Territorial Strategic Change Unit.
Clayton's professional background is in Organisational Psychology, having worked in large organisations in Learning & Development leadership roles. He is a member of the International Coach Federation, and committee member of the University of Sydney Coaching and Mentoring Association. He is an experienced and practiced Leadership and Executive coach, and group facilitator.
The space where you will see Clayton at his best is facilitating a group or team as they develop goals and strategies, to work towards their purpose and overcome blockages to progress. His personal mission statement says that "I fulfil my potential when I am helping others achieve theirs".