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

Auckland:
27. November 2018 - 27. November 2018

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…

Melbourne:
21. February 2019 - 21. February 2019

Student Alumni

As part of our PeopleScape Student Alumni, we would like to invite you to a complimentary evening of cheese, wine and knowledge sharing at PeopleScape HQ in Melbourne. As part of the evening, we will have Abbie Burgess share her insights on working at the most senior level of People & Culture within various technology…

Melbourne:
25. October 2018 - 25. October 2018

Leading in a world of complexity: what’s your ‘wicked’ problem?

Wicked problems are those that trouble, perplex and resist our attempts to understand and solve them. The term was first coined by Rittel and Weber in 1973 and has since continued to resonate with leaders who struggle to understand and respond to the seemingly unsolvable. What are your wicked challenges relating to people and culture?…

Melbourne:
22. November 2018 - 22. November 2018

Feeling Overwhelmed? Finding the sweet spot between Performance and Wellbeing

We all know we perform better when we look after ourselves. Whilst it can be easy to lose this perspective with so many competing priorities, focusing on wellbeing is crucial to the success of any leader. You’re unable to lead well if you are not well yourself. For this intimate breakfast event, we will explore…

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Power changes your brain

As I sat across the company president in a beautiful conference room the light reflected off of the marble boardroom table. I was there to tell him that things were not well in his company. I had been hired to “take the pulse” of the employees by conducting focus groups. It turns out the fissures…

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Are You Creating Psychological Safety for Your Team?

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During a weekly team meeting at Company Zed, LaTonya, an employee who has worked for the company for nine months, questioned one of the company’s normal operating processes.  She offered an idea that she believed would meet the same goal while saving the company time and money.  After discussing and researching the idea, Company Zed…

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Tuesday Tip: Creating Compelling Self-Development Goals

In order to develop, it is best to make compelling self-development goals based on self-reflection and the feedback of others, it is also important to articulate them and write them down. When looking to develop as an individual or a group, it is important that you are setting yourself goals that are based on a deep sense…

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Tuesday Tip: Leading for Performance And Wellbeing

If you want to create a culture that is thriving and flourishing, you need to work on both Leadership AND Wellbeing together. Since the Global Financial Crisis, there has been a steady increase in stress, bullying and harassment claims in Australia and New Zealand. Leaders and Managers have been tasked with driving productivity and performance which is…

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Tuesday Tip: Whole Brain Thinking

Today’s tip is about being aware of your own thinking preferences and taking a more whole brain approach to the way we work. Whole Brain Thinking is a framework which provides a lens for improved understanding and insight. It acknowledges that different tasks require different mental processes, and different people prefer different kinds of thinking….

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Working with people; not against them

Assertiveness is not necessarily easy, but it is a skill that can be learned. Developing your assertiveness starts with a good understanding of who you are and a belief in the value you bring. When you have that, you have the basis of self-confidence. When you act assertively you act fairly and with empathy. The power…

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Today’s tip is about applying a simple technique for receiving feedback that can help you use such feedback as a tool for personal growth. For many people, receiving feedback is perceived as threatening, whether the feedback is positive or negative. This perception of threat creates a fight or flight response in our brains, resulting in…

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