Service line:
Leadership
development:
Exceptional leaders build exceptional businesses.

Our Leadership Development programs develop and align the behaviours of business leaders with the aspirations of the organisation. PeopleScape analyses and identifies gaps in leadership behaviour and helps individuals and teams grow to bridge those gaps.

We are firm believers that you can’t just buy the perfect person to run your business – often the right person is already part of your organisation. We will help you identify them and build the leaders you need.

“The secret lies in identifying the right people and building them into the leaders your business requires.”

Are your leaders providing exceptional leadership?

If your business is failing to reach its potential, falling short of industry benchmarks or experiencing significant staff turnover, you may need to take a closer look at the people in charge. Are they providing true leadership? Can they be developed into great leaders? Isn’t it time you helped them reach their potential as leaders?

PeopleScape knows how to identify people with leadership potential, assess gaps and weaknesses in their behaviour and help them to become the leaders you have been looking for:

Leadership development:

Our Leadership Development programs develop and align the behaviours of business leaders with the aspirations of the business.Underpinning all leadership development programs is our PeopleScape Positive Behaviour Change FrameworkTM.

Team Development

Our team development programs focus on driving team behaviours that are better aligned with those of the organisation and more likely to lead to sustainable success. These may include high performance team development, improved team engagement, improved team cohesion and effective communication.

Get in touch today to find out how PeopleScape can help develop and align the behaviours of your business leaders with the aspirations of the organisation.

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PeopleScape Events

Sydney:
2. November 2017

Strengthening a culture of respect and engagement

Join us to hear from Professor Michael Leiter, one of the world’s foremost experts on workplace civility and engagement, about his applied research in this very important field. He will explain how he has come to understand that respect and civility are the keys to better workplaces and how his research has shown that fundamental…

Sydney:
9. November 2017

Whole Brain® Breakfast Networking Event – Sydney

Join us for breakfast and take advantage of the opportunity to network with peers and learn more about the HBDI® assessment tool. The guest presenter for this breakfast is an experienced HBDI partner – Hayden Fricke, Director at PeopleScape. During this session, Hayden will share a selection of case studies to highlight his experience and success…

Melbourne:
16. November 2017

Whole Brain® Breakfast Networking Event – Melbourne

Join us for breakfast and take advantage of the opportunity to network with peers and learn more about the HBDI® assessment tool. The guest presenter for this breakfast is an experienced HBDI partner – Hayden Fricke, Director at PeopleScape. During this session, Hayden will share a selection of case studies to highlight his experience and success…

Melbourne:
23. November 2017

Intern Alumni Networking

A recent Foundation for Young Australians report suggests young people, aged 18 to 29 could potentially have 17 different jobs over five careers in their lifetime. As the idea of having one job or career for life may be evaporating, recognising the potential challenges and applying these portable skills will be increasingly valuable to facilitate…

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Situational Leadership

The never-ending learning for every situation

  Discussions about the effectiveness of a leader often refer to the romantic notions that are central to leadership theories. A good leader is described as inspirational, influential, always gets the job done, has willing followers, and basically drives their team effectively under any circumstance. Leadership workshops, books and seminars often present inspiring steps to…

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Today’s tip is is about avoiding Thinking Traps. Thinking Traps are the automatic and irrational ways of thinking or responding to events and life that we have built up over a lifetime. Generally, thinking traps are when your emotional response does not match the importance of a situation. It might be reading an email or…

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In early 2016 when Paul Tudor took over the reins at Stramit, he faced a raft of urgent business challenges. Stramit was a problem child within Fletcher Building, Australasia’s largest building products group. Despite being the second largest steel roll former in the Australian building supply industry, Stramit had been sliding backwards. Its market share…

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What do Oprah, Bill Gates & Gary Vaynerchuk all have in common? Apart from the fact that these three individuals are all widely successful, they have all had coaches to help them along on their unique and very diverse journeys. Research supports the benefits associated with coaching which include helping professionals to achieve increased performance,…

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Why should anyone be led by you?

Leadership is complicated and the secrets of great leadership resist simple recipes. Successful leaders who share their insight and experience in published autobiographies give us important clues – but cannot provide ‘the answer’. And those aspiring leaders who attempt to mimic their heroes make a fatal error. The point is to be more like your authentic self, not…

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Tips for coaching younger executives

It is becoming increasingly important to focus on early talent development to attract and retain young talent. Formal and informal coaching is a fantastic way to build self-awareness and positive behaviour change however it is important to understand the best way to accelerate a leader’s growth is influenced by their age. Classic lifespan literature describes…

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Tuesday Tip #8 – The power of first impressions

It’s 2017 and suddenly the business world is changing rapidly due to the likes of Facebook, Instagram & LinkedIn. People are no longer identified by a job title in an organisation.  Everyone is their own individual brand.  People are changing jobs every 2 years on average – The Foundation of young Australian’s estimated that millennials…

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