Trev Leahy is a Test Consultant working at Fujitsu in a global roving role. A problem solver with 37 years of working experience as a Business Consultant, Trev is committed to quality, ethical standards, value, people and trust, providing his customers and clients with experiences that meet their needs. Trev has worked in multiple sectors and organisations in private, public and community sectors. Trev is committed to creating environments where people can thrive whilst being unbiased and just, challenging, respectful and dignified. In addition, Trev is committed to cultural transformation, discovering and delivering integral Diversity, Inclusion and equity.
Trev believes in an agile form of 'teaming' servant leadership, engaging, empowering, and exciting others. Trev continuously learns, gathering insights on his self-aware journey to facilitate psychological safety, accountability, learning and highly motivated teams. Trev believes an organisation's culture is defined by its people's experiences, behaviours, habits, beliefs and attitudes in their roles. These cultural values are strategically aligned and impactful with organisational ecosystems goals, visions, missions, purpose and cultural values. Trev coaches fearlessly upstanding to use voice over silence, to self express over self protect, not to bystand, to immediately fix errors and defects. Trev coaches on shift left how to recognise, investigate, action and close defects when there is evidence of behavioural decency gaps impeding necessary and expeditious culture change. Trev is committed to tackling global corruption, bullying, harassment, and victimisation and encouraging broad alliances of people to generate multiple ideas while moving in the same direction. Trev believes in exiting the bullying paradigm and entering the empathy paradigm. In addition, Trev is interested in the brain, trust, relationships, thinking, actions, results, and building knowledge and understanding of neural science and neural plasticity. As well as IT, Trev is keenly interested in History, Economics, Management Science, Family, church and squash. Trev is humbled to belong to the better working lives and the bulliedtoo movement.