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Terry Lee

Terry Lee


Ph. D., M.Ed., B.A., B.Sp.Ed., M.A.P.S., Registered Psychologist

Terry is director of Leadership Psychology Australia and is a leadership and organisational change consultant, coach and educator, whose client list includes senior executive teams from leading Australian and international companies. He has expertise in high performance cultures, leadership development, transformational change and building cultures to drive strategic growth. He has been a registered practising psychologist for over 25 years and brings the psychology of leadership to the practice of management and leadership. He has facilitated strategic retreats and leadership workshops with senior leadership teams globally.

Terry was formerly Head of Leadership at the Mt Eliza Business School in Victoria, Australia. He also designed and directed the Advanced Management Program, the business school’s flagship executive development program ( 4 week residential program).

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“Values that Drive True Service”, Customer, October , 1999
“How Great Firms Create High Performance Cultures”, Practice Management Journal, 2002
“The three i’s of leadership – integrity, inspiration, implementation”, Management Today, 2003
“Tough Times Loom on Legal Landscape”, Aust. Law Management Journal, Winter 2003
“Cultural change agent: leading transformational change” in “The Power of Culture”, McGraw-Hill, 2004
“Innovation:the new leadership challenge”, Business in Practice, December, 2004
“Aspire to Inspire”, Australian Law Management Journal, 2006
“Breakthrough Leadership: how leaders unlock the potential of the people they lead”, Trafford, 2009


B.Com.(Melb), Dip.Ed.(Melb), M.Econ.(Monash)

Graeme is the former Head of the Global Strategy Centre at Mt Eliza Business School where he spent more than a decade consulting, program directing in executive education and teaching on MBA programs. He has designed and directed management development programs in Shaping Strategy, Thinking Strategically, Strategic Marketing and Strategic Leadership. He also designed and directed the flagship Advanced Management Program at Mt Eliza over many years.

Currently he is an Associate Program Director at Mt Eliza and an adjunct lecturer at Ashridge Management College in England and at the University of Adelaide Graduate School of Business. In 1999 he was awarded the prize of Graduate Lecturer of the Year, voted for by the graduate students at Adelaide University .

Graeme’s consulting expertise lies in the identification and application of strategy and its alignment with culture and the leadership needed to drive it. He has extensive experience in strategy, culture and communication issues in both the public and private sectors. In recent years he has worked in Australia , Japan , USA , China and the United Kingdom .

Graeme has published on strategy in the wine industry and is co-author of the book Practical Australian Strategy (1996) Prentice Hall Australia .

while also providing cultural change advice to local and international organisations as Principal Business Consultant of his own company, Adaptive Learning.

Ian is dedicated to improving the job satisfaction, leadership capabilities and the performance of employees and organisations, through techniques as diverse as action research, investigative surveys, experiential adult learning workshops (on strategy, vision, values, leadership, performance, innovation and creativity) to cultural change interventions.

He has worked in partnership with selected strategic associates, service clients in varied markets (such as education, health, insurance, manufacturing, service, transport and retail).


B.Comm. (Natal), M.B.A. (Cape Town,) C.A.

Henry Botha has spent his career working in accountancy and finance. He is a specialist in financial benchmarking and financial management training, and he consults to senior executives in government and private organisations throughout Australia . Henry has conducted financial management training courses on behalf of corporate clients, government departments and educational institutions. Current lecturing appointments include: Australian Institute of Company Directors , The University of Adelaide, Graduate School of Business and Melbourne Business School , Mt Eliza Centre for Executive Education.


Melinda is a member of the adjunct faculty at the Australian Graduate School of Management specialising in leadership development, team effectiveness, emotional intelligence and change management. She designs and delivers corporate programs and has taught in a variety of global programs including the Tuck Executive Program at Dartmouth, the Melbourne/Beihang University eMBA and work for Duke Corporate Education.

Melinda graduated from the University of Cincinnati magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Design and earned her MBA from the Harvard Business School. She was awarded a PhD from the Australian Graduate School of Management for research in the field of corporate governance. Her work on boards of directors and firm performance has been published in Corporate Governance: An International Review and the European Journal of Business.

Melinda has worked with the Melbourne Business School Mt Eliza Centre for Executive Education and also been a member of the Organisational Behaviour faculty at the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM). She received the 1999 Alumni Award for Teaching Excellence in recognition of her teaching capabilities and innovations in course design across a range of executive programs and MBA teaching roles. She was Subject Leader in the MBA program and Change Management Qualification as well as Program Director of the Accelerated Development Program for high potential managers, one of the flagship general management programs offered at the AGSM.

In addition to her academic roles, Melinda has served as the National Director of Business Development and Marketing for Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. She was responsible for sales and marketing strategy, brand management and developing initiatives to support the firm’s growth programs. During her tenure with Deloitte she was a finalist in the Telstra Businesswoman of the Year Award program and named Best Professional Services Firm Marketer in the 2002 industry survey.

Melinda has extensive experience in retailing and related industries both in Australia and the United States (David Jones, Neiman Marcus and Federated Department stores) as well as having successfully operated her own business in Australia for five years.

Melinda regularly speaks and consults on a variety of organisation development issues with both private and public sector organisations. Her clients include: Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Freehills, Macquarie Bank, Minter Ellison, Rabobank and ResMed. She is Chair of the Quest for Life Foundation, serves on the board of Indigenous Community Volunteers and the Council of the Bell Shakespeare Company. She is a member of the Academy of Management, the Strategic Management Society and immediate Past President of the Harvard Club of Australia.


B.E., M.B.A., D.B.A.

Christine is the General Manager of EduTrain-CYW Consulting in Guangzhou China (TACK International Guangzhou). She has chaired the American Chamber of Commerce HR Committee in Guangdong for three years. Christine was selected as an international speaker of the ASTD (American Society of Training and Development) year 2001 international conference. Moreover, she taught the MBA program for Zhongshan University .

Christine is the former China chief representative of Monash Mt Eliza Business School in Australia , and founded the CYW Consulting in 1999. She is engaged in designing, developing, promoting the training courses that have been accepted widely by the large multinational companies in China .

Her western education background and her deep understanding of the current situation in Chinese companies, means that her training programs can be relevant, practical and applied. Her focus is building the performance of companies operating in China . Christine specialises in Leadership Development, Creative Thinking, Building High Performance Teams, Organisational Learning & Development, Action learning, Train the Trainer etc., and she has been recognised as one of the best management trainers in Creative Leadership and Action Learning in South China . The clients Christine has worked with include:

Coca-Cola, Ericsson, P&G, Osram, Siemens, Ericsson, Danone, Tetra Pak, Wrigley, Amway, Start and many more multinational organizations in China.
As an educator and organisational psychologist, Michelle specialises in design and delivery of experiences and processes which help individuals and teams within organisations thrive. Michelle uses positive, active and collaborative methodologies to increase social and psychological performance thus building adaptable impactful and resilient leaders.

After a substantial career across a variety of industries and roles within Human Resource Development, Michelle left her internal role as Principal Psychologist, Organisational Development, BHP in 1998 to start a family. Months later she opened her own independent consultancy, Leadership & Learning. She continued to work globally in both tactical and strategic capacities, with a small number of established clients including BHP Billiton, Shell and NAB as well as new clients including Department of Education, Hess, and Geosciences Australia. As a practitioner Michelle has partnered with organisations like Cranfield University (UK), McKinsey, Australian Graduate School of Management and more recently – The Leadership Consortium.

Michelle is a Member of the College of Organisational Psychologists, Member of the Australian Psychological Society, Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and an Associate Member of the Australian Society of Hypnosis. She takes her own development seriously and continues to seek further training and accreditation. She also continues to act as a supervisor for Psychologists and Doctorate Students specialising in Organisational Psychology.

Her pragmatic yet sensitive approach has seen her provide services in team and individual coaching, design and delivery of cultural change interventions, talent and Leadership Development Programs, selection and administration of diagnostics for assessment and development, and advice and support to peers on systemic and individual, organisational development issues.

Michelle is passionate about her profession, working both independently and collaboratively with a broad range of interesting clients and a strong active network of peers.