"You’ve always had the power my dear, you just had to learn it for yourself." 

Glinda (The Good Witch) - Wizard of Oz




Have you ever struggled to make changes in your life?

Have you ever known what you wanted to do, but found it hard to take action?

Well, you’re not alone. For many people, the difference between knowing and doing can be huge.

Big enough to stop your efforts to change in their tracks.

And that’s why I’m here – to help you make real and lasting change.

I work with you to close the gap between knowing and doing. To help you understand why you sometimes resist change and what to do about it. And to support you in improving your performance and achieving the results you’re looking for. (Or maybe the results you haven’t thought of yet.)

For you or for your organisation – self-leadership is the key to successful change.

And I’ll help you get there. Every step of the way.

“My purpose is to reveal INVIDUALS’ power to make change happen, simply one heart at a time.” – Glin Bayley, Founder HEART OF HUMAN

“My purpose is to reveal INVIDUALS’ power to make change happen, simply one heart at a time.” – Glin Bayley, Founder HEART OF HUMAN


Who am I?

Hi, I’m Glin Bayley,

I’m the Founder of Heart of Human. I describe myself as a Holistic Performance Coach - it’s a fancy way of saying I get you the results you want by taking the whole of you into account. I’m also a Conscious Finance Officer (CFO) acknowledging my 17 year corporate career in finance and blending that with my personal passion for developing a “world without masks” which means being who you really want to be, not who you think you should be, and giving yourself and others the gift of you.

I developed the H.E.A.R.T. framework for Self-Leadership through my own journey of self discovery as I realised until you better understand yourself and what you need to make change happen you are unlikely to be able to help others in your personal and professional lives achieve the same. I believe many of us spend our lives longing to be the best version of ourselves, but we don’t always know how to find the power to do that.

Want to know more about me? I write a weekly blog sharing my own life lessons and observations. I want to help you, by giving the best of me.

Nothing fancy, just real.

Still want to know more?


From my heart to yours

The H.E.A.R.T. framework is different because it applies both professionally and personally, it’s the foundation of everything we’ll do together.

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Organisations that go through change always need to focus strongly on communication, process and outcome. A strong example of an industry going through change is the media industry predominantly due to digital disruption. I have watched the publishing industry transform from publishing to being a multi media platform in the 16 years of my career. In order for this to have been completed successfully and ensuring I was able to capture our finance teams on the journey through this change I couldn’t help but think there was a element for me missing. We had strong, articulate communications, thorough process improvements, changed processes and identified redundant processes which all drove to the common goal of transformation driving efficiency and financial benefits.

It was not until 2018 when I was introduced to Glin Bayley who presented to a intimate group ‘The Heart Framework’.
Hope, Energy, Action, Resilience Trust! It then dawned on me that this is the first essential path to start to navigate through change as it focuses on the Human Resources itself, our teams individually we all rely on to drive change success. I needed to BUILD them into change agents before I could have them understand communications and changes in processes and expect them to personally and professionally succeed through this journey. The Heart Framework did absolutely that for me.

In March Glin presented this framework to our rising star finance and sales leaders in Australian Community Media. The impact was emotional, raw, understanding, logic driven and challenged our own design thinking. This then personally enabled our teams to connect and identify themselves with the change in front of them and arm them with a stronger emotional intelligence to continue on the change path ahead. The framework rebuilt and cemented their confidence in themselves to become change advocates and enabled them to learn and grow through the change process by enabling self leadership over their whole self, building resilience and letting them understand the optic drivers of 360degree success.

The confidence and empowerment the Heart Framework built amongst the teams have given them a hunger for a deeper session into the framework which I am currently now working with Glin to design so we can complete a 3 part HF series.
— Renee Duffy, CFO, Fairfax Media
From an accounting and finance recruitment perspective we see many leaders faced with the challenge of leading change in their organisation, and dealing with many individuals both at client and candidate level we see first hand the impact of poor leadership in an organisation. At Sharp and Carter our values for our business are centred on creating value for our customers through trust, generosity and care. When Glin first shared her H.E.A.R.T. framework for change leadership through self leadership with me I knew this was a programme that would make a difference both for our organisation but also the customers we serve. The feedback from senior female finance and IT leaders on the program have further demonstrated the value The Heart Experience has given in both assisting them with building deeper connections with each other across the industry and by giving them tools that are enabling them to be better leaders in their organisation and inspiring action with their teams.

The value created for both our customers and our own team of female leaders from The Heart Experience has been evidenced by the increased depth of client relationship and new recruitment business opportunities that we have gained as result of the program impact. We’ll be introducing this program to our other offices later this year.
— Damien Miller, Partner, Sharp & Carter
I cannot thank Glin enough for the courage and inspiration she provided me through our coaching sessions. I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending Glin to anyone who is looking for the “right person” to get them on the “right track”. I was lost in my career path and also a little wayward in my life and through her leading by example and being willing to share her skills, knowledge and expertise, I was able to see clearly, define my goals and the plan on how to get to them.

Glin has many strengths, most of all she has integrity. She gives advice based on experience, listens and helped me learn. She has a strong desire to help others succeed and every interaction with Glin is a positive experience. I especially loved that our sessions were not “airy-fairy” and that she also wants you to succeed and be independent through guidance and constructive feedback.

Glin communicates hope and optimism and helps you set and meet your ongoing professional goals. I’m grateful that I am able to experience my interactions with Glin and the outcomes that are already unfolding for my career and life through the few sessions that I have taken under her guidance.
— Megan Fisher, Head of Payroll Services, George Weston Foods
I met Glin when I was looking for coaching to help me develop skills I needed in my (then) current role. While we were working together, my professional journey took an unexpected turn. It was great to have her in my corner during what was quite a challenging time in my life.

What I value most about my experience with Glin is the way she blends her commercial and practical experience with warm, authentic conversations that really come from the heart. She helped me reach some insights about where I wanted to go, and to put in place a framework to help me get there. I appreciate her generosity with her time and ideas, which have really helped me begin the next stage of my career.
— Sarah Margarey, General Manager
Glin’s open heart and honest conversations have helped me to continue to grow when I could so easily have lost myself.
— Sandra Kerr, General Manager






"The greatest challenge in life is discovering who you are, the second greatest challenge is being happy with what you find."  - Unknown