Strategic Leadership News


  • Bendelta Leadership Breakfast – Leading Strategic Change (Part 2)

    How to transform cultures – pioneering methods that make behaviour change stick It was a packed house this morning at the Art Gallery of NSW for the second breakfast in our 3-part Strategic Leadership series. Inspiration came in the form of stories of success from Rob Rees (Former Chair of UK School Food Trust), Graeme […]

  • Record year for Bendelta

    We are delighted to report that FY15/16 represented Bendelta’s 12th consecutive year of growth. In the last year alone, we grew by 40%, with strong growth across all offices, services and sectors. Most importantly, we thank our clients for their support and our team for their dedication to excellence, service and collaboration.

  • Strategic change breakfast places closed

    Bendelta’s second Sydney breakfast in the ‘strategic change’ trilogy has reached maximum capacity of 100 places and places are now closed. If you are a senior leader interested in the third breakfast on September 22nd, focusing on the science of capability development, please contact our Sydney office on +61 2 9232 3401.

  • About Bendelta

    • Are you tackling a large, complex challenge?
    • Will success require strategic foresight and innovation?
    • Must the solution be leader-led?

    Solving these challenges is Bendelta’s core business. We partner with the leaders of the Asia-Pacific region’s foremost organisations to help them transform – and to equip them with the capacity to continue transforming.

     

    At the heart of this is our ability to create exponential organisations by realising, harnessing and combining the unrealised human potential they possess. Our award-winning work has involved us working in close collaboration with clients to architect and execute transformational change, building the skills in their leaders to inspire new behaviours and better results throughout their organisation.

     

    Click here to read more about THE ROLE OF HUMAN POTENTIAL IN CREATING EXPONENTIAL ORGANISATIONS