PF to present at PMIAC 2019

PF to present at PMIAC 2019

Calling all Project Managers, Project Teams, and anyone interested in the power of story. PF’s resident storyteller extraordinaire, Gretel Hunnerup, will be presenting at the upcoming Project Management Institute of Australia Conference (PMIAC) on the Gold Coast...
Focus on the learner experience not engagement [PF in the press]

Focus on the learner experience not engagement [PF in the press]

When it comes to employee learning and development programs and initiatives, often we can tick all the boxes to boost engagement and still not see the ROI of true behavioural change. In PF’s Natalie Richardson’s recent article, we investigate what happens...
Can #libspill teach us something about leading transformation?

Can #libspill teach us something about leading transformation?

Another day, another leadership spill in Australian politics. Political beliefs firmly aside, it is highly unlikely that this leadership switcharoo will result in any true, meaningful change. Progress takes time. And with both political camps regularly ricocheting...
PF Present at Get BIM Right: bSA Management Series

PF Present at Get BIM Right: bSA Management Series

We were recently invited to present at the buildingSMART Management Series around the topic ‘Get BIM Right”. Our Managing Director, Gretel Bakker, took the stage in Sydney this week to discuss the human-side of implementing new technologies. As is the case...
Giving and Receiving Feedback: It’s a Gift

Giving and Receiving Feedback: It’s a Gift

Mention the word “feedback” in a professional setting and you will find many people shaking in their boots or running for the hills. The kicker is that people actually crave feedback. Even if it scares them. In our work with leaders of all levels, we encourage people...
Courage in the Boardroom

Courage in the Boardroom

Courage involves saying what needs to be said to the right person, at the right time, and in the right manner. As leaders, our observations are vital, yet many of us find it difficult to speak up, particularly if the message could be hard to hear. How do we back...