Founder and Conscious CEO
Leah Kearns is the founder of WE-Being. Leah is a corporate escapee, who completed 14 years as a strategic business consultant before opening her practice as a business and well-being consultant and metaphysical mentor.
WE-Being evolved from Leah’s work and observations of the challenges individuals and business owners faced in their lives, their well-being and their work. She observed that these aspects of our lives are often heavily compartmentalised with the expectation that this will make life easier. Leah observed the opposite to be true – separating out each aspect of our physical, emotional and spiritual well-being from our lives and business perhaps somewhat surprisingly actually makes life more complicated, difficult and ultimately less fulfilling and enjoyable.
A number of common issues that individuals and business owners experienced related to feelings of isolation, comparison and overwhelm. These feelings were both in relation to a sense of feeling separate from themselves and also separate from their business.
Founder and Tech Manager
Alan brings over 10 years of experience in technical systems set up, migration and business improvement. He looks for the best ways to help organisations save time, money and energy. He understands both the challenges faced by start up businesses as they scale up and the singular importance of a centralized repository for all the information relating to the business and its clients.
Alan has a strong passion for self growth and takes pride in being able to mentor and lead others. In the past 12 months he has moved to an organisation whose mission is to help others. This is incredibly important to Alan and drives him to succeed for those who are less fortunate and to enable them to have a voice and an active place in our community.
Starting his career as an engineer he initially thought that problems could be fixed by good solutions. Within a short time, Alan realised the importance of people and the need to support people through change as much as you have to spend time creating a good solution.
This people centered approach has led Alan to tools for assessing people’s innate strengths and working with his team to build these and to really start to grow once we are all orientated to our natural abilities.
Despite work being really busy, a strong awareness of self and an emphasis on wellbeing is helping Alan to succeed. This focus on wellbeing gives Alan an immense passion for life and work. Alan loves being in nature to help ground him and remember what is truly important in life.