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Lisa Alexander

Lisa Alexander is the coach of Australia's Diamonds Netball team who has successfully taken the country to the Commonwealth Games and World Championships. Awarded Australian Coach of the Year in 2015, Lisa Alexander has a reputation for her professionalism, drive, and innovative approach to coaching.

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Lisa Alexander's Biography

 Lisa Alexander is the coach of Australia's Diamonds Netball team who has successfully taken the country to the Commonwealth Games and World Championships. Awarded Australian Coach of the Year in 2015, Lisa Alexander has a reputation for her professionalism, drive, and innovative approach to coaching.

 

Developing a high-performance culture around the Australian Diamonds is what drives Lisa and this approach has been the corner stone of her coaching career.

 

A thought-provoking keynote speaker, she addresses the important issues of teamwork, leadership and culture in her presentations to audiences of all ages, genders and backgrounds across Australia.

 

Lisa Alexander succeeded Norma Plumber as Coach of the Australian Diamonds netball team in 2011, stepping into the role with the ultimate goal of winning the prized titles of Commonwealth Games and World Champions in 2014 and 2015, which she has now successfully achieved.

 

Lisa is a motivating speaker who has presented to AFL teams, coaches and elite High Performance programs across the country.

 

Along the way, with Lisa Alexander as their coach, the team won the Constellation Cup (2015);

World Championships (Gold) - 2015

AIS Coach of the Year - 2014

Commonwealth Games (Gold) - 2014

Constellation Cup Win - 2013, 2014

International Quad Series Win (NZ, Eng, Sth Africa) - 2012

Head Coach of the Australian netball team 2011 - Current

Assistant Coach Adelaide Thunderbirds including 2010 TTNL Title Win - 2008-2011

Australian U21s Head Coach - 2006

Back to Back Titles Coaching the Melbourne Phoenix - 2002, 2003

Speaking Topics Include

Developing a high-performance culture

Leadership

Teamwork