THINK: Insight & Advice specialises in helping board-led associations, not-for-profit organisations and government agencies achieve their purpose. We bring directors, members, and stakeholders together to make collective decisions about how to tackle common challenges and secure comprehensive agreements to move forward collaboratively. With decades of experience in association governance and management, we understand boards and the challenges they face. We have worked with dozens of leading organisations to refresh governance, ignite strategy, and elevate performance.
Randall Pearce is a for-purpose consultant who uses stakeholder consultation and facilitation to help board-led associations, not-for-profit organisations and government agencies achieve their purpose.
He is a deep listener and engaging facilitator who helps brings governance and strategy to life for members and stakeholders alike.
Randall draws upon a range of disciplines to bring people and ideas together including consultation, human centred design, and negotiation.
Randall has worked in charities, industry associations, professional bodies and was the founding CEO of a 65,000-member professional association.
Trained in global consulting firms, he has owned and managed THINK: Insight & Advice since 2007. Since that time, he has helped dozens of board-led organisations align governance with their purpose and set strategies to reach their vision.
Randall understands boards and the challenges they face. He has served as a board chair, company secretary and non-executive director and holds governance credentials from the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Governance Institute of Australia. He is accredited as a coach by the International Coaching Federation.
He holds a Masters in Public Administration from Harvard University specialising in the strategic management of governmental and non-governmental organisations.
For a more detailed CV, recommendations and testimonials, please see his LinkedIn profile.
Education and selected training
Master of Public Administration, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University – Specialist concentration in ‘Strategic management of governmental and non-governmental organisations’
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Victoria College, University of Toronto – Self-constructed program in ‘English composition, stylistics and literature’
Program on Negotiation for Senior Executives – Harvard Law School, Harvard University
Company Directors Course – Australian Institute of Company Directors
Certificate in Not-for-Profit Governance – Governance Institute of Australia
Certificate in Engagement – International Association for Public Participation Australasia
Associate Certified Coach – International Coaching Federation