Leadership Matters was established in 2010 with the goal to maximise individual, team and
organisational performance for clients across a range of industries. The goal was to have a positive
impact on clients’ workplaces by developing the leadership capacity of its executive, supervisors and
staff to create positive and productive cultures.
Leadership Matters has since provided high quality, customised services to a broad array of clients
across industries in Australia and internationally. These include police and emergency services
organisations, government agencies, corporations and sporting organisations and clubs.
Leadership Matters prides itself on its ability to over-achieve on the delivery of its clients’ expected
outcomes. A wealth of practical leadership experience coupled with extensive leadership program
development and facilitation (domestically and overseas) guarantees that any project taken on by
Leadership Matters will be handled with care and a rare level of expertise.
Leadership Matters also offers a range of other services including motivational speaking, general
facilitation and corporate coaching.
Paul has spent more than 10 years successfully designing and facilitating leadership and culture change programs for numerous public, private and not-for-profit sector organisations both domestically and internationally.
Paul also has a strong background in challenging leadership and management roles with more than 25 years experience as a commissioned police officer in State and Federal policing. This is where he developed his passion to grow leadership capability in supervisors and create healthier workplaces in which people can thrive.
Paul's international experience includes the development, delivery and evaluation of leadership and capacity building projects in Indonesia, China, the Solomon Islands, North America and Micronesia. He is also an excellent communicator and is able to inform and advise clients of the appropriate intervention to build stronger people and organisations.
Paul's practical experience is complemented by his formal education, which includes a Masters in Leadership and Management, a Bachelor Degree in Business Management and a diploma in Training and Assessment Systems. His affiliations with associations include being a board member of Outside the Locker Room and the Human Research Ethics Committee of the National Institute of Organisational Dynamics Australia (NIODA).