The best leaders are passionate about the vision, uncompromising about the values, disciplined about the strategy and have the ability to inspire people through their own personal example. They are quite clear about the difference they want to make.

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Terry Lee & Associates Pty Ltd, trading as Leadership Psychology Australia, are leadership psychologists who combine psychological research and the power of purpose with organisational and management expertise to develop authentic leaders and teams to lead transformational change, unlock human potential and build cultures by design. 

PRICE WATERHOUSE COOPERS  (Evolve Program – Authenticity in leadership) 2016 –

“There has been a significant decline in trust in leaders, institutions and government globally. People want leaders who are authentic and stand for something beyond self interest. Authentic leaders are genuine, passionate about what they do, are principled in their actions and driven by a deep sense of purpose. The essence of authenticity is in bringing your best self to work and doing so genuinely in the service of others.”

CSL  (Everyone a leader) 2000-

“Leadership is no longer just for the few in a leadership role . Leadership is a human capability and all are required to make a contribution to the vision. The team is not given to the leader for the leader’s sake, rather the leader is given to the team for the team’s sake. It is who we are, what we stand for, what we do and don’t do that makes a difference.  No team can succeed today unless all members are contributing.”

TABCORP (Creating the high performance organisation) 2014-

“The challenge for the current generation of leaders is to take what is, and to transform it, so that it is future fit. Cultures don’t change easily, but they do change over time. The challenge is to design cultures to fit new strategic realities that have been disrupted massively by technology, smart phones, artificial intelligence, shifting consumer preferences and the rapid proliferation of global competitors.”

WILSON GROUP (Senior leadership development) 2017 –

“Many senior teams are overwhelmed with projects and activity, and so make little time to reflect, to learn, and think together about the future. In a VUCA world (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) senior leaders need to work together to build capability and grow leadership across the whole group and to shift the culture to break down the barriers to collaboration and performance.

BUNNINGS WAREHOUSE ( High Involvement leadership) 1998 –

“No organisation can build a unique culture, with leaders who are truly generic. There is no off the shelf template for distinctive leadership. Certainly there are guidelines for what good leaders do, but each organisation needs to find the leadership that works best for them. Empowered cultures are built through high involvement leadership.

Some companies we have worked with to build distinctive leadership and culture

Bunnings Warehouse, CSL, PWC, Wilson Group, Honda Australia, Cisco Systems, Fuji Xerox, ANZ Bank, Clayton UTZ Lawyers, Fosters, Wesfarmers, Officeworks

View Terry at Swinburne University Seminar in Melbourne