Adele Liddle


Adele is an ontological coach and learning designer. The best part of that is she gets to be regularly awed with, for and through people with lived experience, leaders, teams and communities, supporting them to reveal their courage, capacities, and co-design the futures and results they want and need – generativity and responsively.

Her experiences over the last two decades include innovation projects within education, government, multinational business and community development. She’s curious about and committed to deeper questioning, systems understanding, building skilful action and radically raising the game. She loves to play.

As an Associate with TACSI, she co-leads the Community Responders project seeking to illuminate community-led responses to mental health crises as part of our social health focus.

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