Certificate of Organisational Coaching, Swinburne University of Technology
Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Deakin University ICF Member Badge
Company Directors Course Graduate, Australian Institute of Company Directors
Facilitation Certificate, Group Work Institute
Engagement Certificate, IAP2
Areas of Specialisation
Strategy, Executive Management, Strategic Communications, Local Government, Public Sector Transformation, Inclusion, Diversity and Organisational Development, Executive Coaching, Career Development Coaching, Leadership Development, Team Building, HR Consulting, and Change Management.
Cameron Cahill is a highly skilled executive coach, facilitator, and strategist who specialises in amplifying diverse voices and pushing past traditional ways of working. With a wealth of experience and expertise in local government and public sector transformation, Cameron is dedicated to helping organisations foster inclusion, diversity, and effective leadership.
As the founder and director of Gov Insights, Cameron focuses on co-design and amplifying diverse voices in decision-making. With a passion for busting corporate myths, breaking down rigid structures, and challenging stereotypes, Cameron helps unleash the leadership potential within individuals and teams. His work encourages braver conversations, allowing people to feel empowered to be their authentic selves and step away from limiting moulds that hold potential back.
Cameron holds a certificate of Executive Coaching from Swinburne University of Technology and is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF). He has a diverse professional background, with experience in roles such as Executive Director at Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE, Director of Innovation and Organisational Improvement at Ballarat City Council, and Vice President at LGPro VIC (Local Government Professionals).
Now, as a facilitator for Women and Leadership Australia, Cameron brings his expertise and passion for inclusion, belonging, and gender equity. With a strong commitment to creating lasting change, Cameron is excited to work with participants to develop skills and continue to grow as leaders as we all work together to create a more inclusive and equitable future.
Hume City Council, City of Whittlesea, City of Ballarat, Department of Families, Fairness and
Housing, and Local Government Professionals Victoria.