Christine Petersen is a master in digital productivity, time management and workflow management solutions.  With 20 years’ experience, she has personally coached over 12,000 Senior Leaders and Managers internationally.

With a successful career in both the corporate world and learning and development, Christine has been at the forefront of helping individuals and teams to meet the demands of constantly changing business environments.

Experience

Christine and her team of accredited facilitators have helped over 29,000 busy executives in the APAC Region raise their productivity.  Leading international organisations including BlackRock, BMT Asia Pacific, Jardine Matheson, Coutts, DFS, GHC Asia, Mayer Brown JSM, MGB Metro, Schindler, Securities and Futures Commission, Swire Pacific, Walt Disney and many more have successfully undertaken TimeSmart programs.

Time Technology launched in Brisbane in 2014.  In 2017 Christine returned to Australia and continued to travel to Asia five times a year to work with clients in various countries.  In early 2020 COVID-19 stopped travel.  This motivated Time Technology to create a very successful online learning solution.

Leadership and Advocacy

During her time in Asia, Christine was an active member in the business community—she held the position of Vice-chair AustCham Technology Committee, Chair BritCham IT Education Committee, Board Member Community Business Leadership Team (CBLT) and was a regular speaker at the various Chamber and management events across Asia.

Background

Her management career began in the manufacturing industry in Australia, she was the first woman to be appointed to the National Manufacturers Council in Canberra and a Fellow of AIM and AHIA.  For over 15 years, Christine held various senior management positions in sales and marketing where she gained first-hand experience as to how productivity impacts the company’s bottom line profitability and
team success.

Christine’s Life Today

Christine continues to work with Senior Managers in Asia as they transition into more human-centric collaborative work environments with a focus on effective hybrid working solutions.  She enjoys conducting productivity mentoring sessions, with an innate ability to guide leaders to simple effective productivity solutions.

She has been described as someone who “does not suffer fools lightly and takes no prisoners.” At the same time, she is called a “productivity whisperer” by many.  In Christine’s mind, it is simple—there is no greater gift than time!