Christo Norden-Powers is a former trial lawyer who developed an interest in human performance and meditation in the 1970's. In 1984 Christo trained and coached 15 Australian Olympic athletes, including medallists Gary Honey and Debbie Flintoff-King, in how to generate and maintain peak performance states using both Eastern and Western techniques. His work then quickly spread to companies that were interested in developing peak performance in their people, and soon after to the development of corporate cultures that generate and support sustained high performance. Christo left the legal profession in 1985 to pursue his interest in transforming companies. In the period 1985 - 1987 Christo and colleagues designed and implemented one of the largest corporate cultural change projects in the southern hemisphere. The team trained 14,000 people during those years in a hands-on change process that ultimately led Christo in the early 90's to develop the powerful and highly effective MasterProcess (coaching and facilitaton process)and Change MasterProcess programs. More recently, Christo designed the workshop Powerful Questions, and delivers that program in-house for private business clients, as well as for the Australian Institute of Company Directors, the Australian Institute of Management and the Institute of Chartered Accountants and Chartered Secretaries Australia. Christo is widely regarded as a highly skilled corporate transformation consultant and an outstanding facilitator and executive coach. Christo has provided training, coaching and/or consulting services to many well-known organisations and individuals including Telstra (Telecom Australia), TNT, Kelloggs, B&Q (U.K.), Metropolitan Police (U.K.), National Mutual, Selleys, Australian Taxation Office, Coca-Cola, Murdoch Magazines, MTE, Reckitt & Colman, Australia Post, Ernst & Young, FDS (UK), CVC, Australian Life Coaching Academy, Australian Institute of Executive Coaching, Brisbane City Council, Australian Olympic Athletes, AFL footballers. He has contributed numerous articles on leadership, management and governance to varous profesional and business journals. He has spoken at major conferences, including the (2006) international Project Management (ProMAC) conference in Sydney, Australia on the design, implementation and management of complex corporate transformation initiatives.