Sydney:
The Power of Coaching to Enhance Business & Individual Performance

Do you and your organisation want to drive improvement and enhance the performance of individuals and the business overall? Have you explored how the combination of coaching at both a team and individual level can achieve this?
Coaching is a positive process that drives change. Used effectively, coaching can be the breakthrough initiative that enables individuals and businesses to achieve targets that may seem too much of a stretch.

PeopleScape works with clients to achieve sustainable business performance through positive behaviour change. Our coaching methodology incorporates tools including individual and team assessments with the PeopleScape Positive Behaviour Change model at the centre of everything we do.

Recently PeopleScape completed a major project with Stramit, part of the Fletcher Group of Companies. Over the past 18 months Stramit has driven a whole-of-organisation change process that has delivered outstanding financial and business results. At the senior leadership team level PeopleScape assisted the team both collectively and individually through coaching, to better understand themselves, the team and to achieve great outcomes.


We are delighted to introduce our guest speaker, Paul Tudor, who is the Executive Director & General Manager at Stramit, Australia’s second largest steel roll former and a wholly owned subsidiary of Fletcher Building Limited, to share the journey that he and his Senior Leadership Team embarked on more than 18 months ago. Paul is a hands-on business leader with over 20 years’ experience working in listed, public, private and not-for-profit organisations across the manufacturing, oil and gas, mining and electricity industries. Click here to read more about the Stramit success story.


Please join us for this highly informative session and learn from the Stramit case study.

Tuesday 13 February, 2018
7:15 am – 9:00 am AEDT

Grace Hotel,
77 York Street, Sydney

Cost: Free
RSVP: Thursday 8th February, 2018