Performance Perspectives International has been involved in the design and delivery of resilience programs across the Western Australian public sector. We creatively embed diagnostic instruments into our delivery to seek critical feedback from relevant stakeholders to deepen the learning experience.
Sandy Gordon has contributed to resilience programs in over ten different countries including the Cricket Boards and national teams of Australia, India, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe.
We have undertaken active Executive Coaching to wide-ranging senior managers in Western Australia (WA) from local and state governments, banks and the resources industry. We have a proven reputation for supporting significant senior manager change across WA.
Sandy Gordon has previously been contracted to work as a preferred sport psychologist with the WACA (22 years) and has worked as the sport psychologist with the Perth Wildcats (since 2012) and Australian PGA (since 1995).
We have completed strategic planning processes for the Road Safety Commission of WA, the ChemCentre, the UWA Faculty of Medicine, the Centre for Transforming Maintenance through Data Science & C-Wise.
Performance Perspectives International (PPI) directors have had significant involvement in wide ranging leadership initiatives from developing individual skills, reinforcing team leadership to implementing systemic leadership practices across large organisations. Connecting diagnostic results to coaching services and adaptive leadership content, PPI has supported significant systemic change at large resource companies, university departments, state government entities and professional organisations.
Supporting People to Achieve Organisational Performance Outcomes
Performance Perspectives International is committed to working closely with clients to support their staff to deliver effective and efficient outcomes. Indicative contributions of this nature has been assisting in the development of ideal performance management systems, reinforcing effective reward and recognition processes, and understanding the impact of staff capability frameworks. We’ve worked collaboratively with the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation, East Metropolitan Health Service and the Public Sector Commission in these endeavours.