With nearly 30 years’ experience working at senior management level, an ability to think outside the square and happy to challenge a system, Nikki is our Business Manager.
One of Stefan's clients for 5 years whilst managing a manufacturing business, Nikki has been coached through most of our programs. She understands our strategies and processes like no other team member. She also understands what having a trusted advisor can mean for a busy business owner.
Away from the office, people describe Nikki as the ‘go to person’ if you need help to shift a mountain or two! Nikki is a mother of two, a Defence Force wife and hibernates in her craft room.
With an extensive background in tier 1 retail management and the senior buyer for the world renown Japanese Department Store Daimaru for over 10 years, Terri manages the accounts department.
Terri is also a qualified and accredited tertiary level Professional Interpreter working with government agencies and has an extreme eye for detail and structure.
Described as strategic, ‘balanced’ with a non-negotiable congruence for actions and words, Terri combines her busy role as mother of two boys with a love of anything that has a ‘foodie’ aspect whether it be experimenting in the kitchen with menus and/or travelling and learning about culture and food.
Sarah is an enthusiastic and positive administrator and customer service professional, with many years spent looking after clients in various countries around the world. She now enjoys looking after the administrative needs of our clients and business coaches here at Business Benchmark Group.
In the past, Sarah has also run a property renovation business with her husband, in France, offering clients both a renovation service and care of all their associated French administration. She understands both the challenges and joys that can come with running your own business.
When not looking after clients, Sarah can often be found on weekends with a paintbrush in hand, helping with home renovations. As a busy mother of two boys, she dreams of those rare, relaxing weekends with nothing planned other than watching a film or two and eating out as often as possible.