Our Human & Organisational Performance Team

Southpac International Andy Shone

Andy Shone

Chief Executive Officer

Andy is the CEO of Southpac Group and is an active facilitator and consultant in Quality, Safety and Human & Organisational Performance. He has led the development of innovative training programs covering Leadership, Quality, Safety and Continual Improvement all with a focus on the critical role of people.

Andy is a postgraduate of the Griffith University Safety Science Innovation Lab in Brisbane, Australia and is a passionate proponent of leading-edge management concepts and safety science.

Andy has an amazing ability to assist business to create meaningful, powerful connections with HOP.

Southpac International Libby Bakewell

Libby Bakewell

Human Factors Specialist

In her 30 years in the aviation industry, Libby has worked in a number of areas including small flight training organisations, RPT operations and General Aviation.   She has held operational roles such as Flight Instructor, Line Pilot, Cabin Manager and training leadership roles including Human Factors Facilitator and Trainer.  Inspired by the Safety II and Human and Organisational Performance (HOP) movement, Libby is keen to assist organisations on their HOP journey.

With post-graduate qualifications in Management, Auditing, OHS and WHS, Libby is currently focused on promoting safety within aviation maintenance companies through a Human Factors training Program, which will meet CASA Human Factors Training compliance standards.  Libby’s vast experience also includes both aviation auditing and ISO 9001 auditing and certification.

Libby’s course facilitation strengths shine through her unique ability to adapt her operational experiences to understand the knowledge and skills her participants need to improve their HOP journey.  Her delivery of the HOP course will excite and motivate participants to use their new HOP skills and instigate change.

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Andy White

HOP Coach

Andy is a qualified civil engineer, Antarctican, and postgraduate at the Griffith Safety Science Innovation Lab in Brisbane, Australia.

Following a successful career in civil construction across South Wales and England, Andy emigrated to Christchurch in 2011 to support the rebuild efforts.  This strategic time allowed Andy to become actively involved in leading and supporting various organisations through dialogic approaches to transformational change.

Andy’s broad understanding of business, project management, safety, STEM and the social sciences provide him with a unique trans-disciplinary approach to safety leadership in which he invites diversity and inquiry into our concepts of safety; whilst his personal and professional achievements offer a reassuring insight into the challenges faced by professionals engaged in transformational change, and offers practical solutions for ensuring success.

Andy’s passion and charismatic facilitation style empower participants to take their HOP journey to the next level.