Individuals and teams that reflect on the way they do things, and know how to identify opportunities for improvement will always outperform those who do not
Workplaces are becoming increasingly disengaged, with current studies indicating only 15% are actively engaged at work. That means 85% of employees don’t care about the work they do, let alone the impact on the company they work for.
- Understand the environment that you work in
- Identify your strengths
- Evaluate your resilience
- Define your learning style
- Develop a learning strategy tailored to you that works the way you want
We deliver all kind of services that support all sizes of business.
Clive’s leadership programs provide personalised professional learning in leadership, creativity, decision-making and communications.
Carefully tailored professional learning that leverages your experience moving you to greater levels of mastery in your profession
Clive’s keynote presentations have the power to provoke deep reflection on leadership and nootech.
Tailored training for your organisation that respects your needs – not a one-size-fits-all
Once you understand your strengths. When you accept challenge as an opportunity. When you believe in yourself. Once you commit. When you believe you control your destiny, choosing how your react to what life serves up. Once you understand how to learn from those moments of truth we all face. Then you are ready to grow. Then you are ready to achieve.
When this philosophy is applied by business leaders in an organisation, that is when you see your people become more engaged and proactive in achieving business objectives.
What clients say
I have worked closely with Clive over the past six years as he guided me through applied research in crisis management leadership and teams as a mentor. During this process we engaged in extensive business dialogue on a variety of topics during which time I came to appreciate his broad depth of knowledge across a variety of specialist streams and of business issues and trends in general. Clive’s specialist knowledge and skills cover fields including risk management, crisis management, and people development. He is a thought leader who is passionate about all aspects of his work and in particular the mentoring and development of leaders at all stages of their careers through professional learning. His guidance has been invaluable and I am looking forward to a continued collaboration and dialogue on business and research projects and trends in the years ahead.Gerold Knight, Group Chief Risk Officer, Coca Cola Hellenic Bottling Company
Clive is a truly unique mentor who never stops to encourage you, assist you and to bring out the best in you. I am grateful to him for being my mentor over the past few years, assisting me with my higher education, inspiring me to write books and to be a better man. If you ever wish to be inspired by a mentor with extreme knowledge in academics and business, including public speaking and you want to reach your full potential, then I highly recommend Clive!!Mario Bekes, Managing Director, Insight Intelligence Group
I have known Professor Clive Smallman for over 6 years. He has tremendous knowledge of the Australian higher education sector including governance and risk management. He assisted us with our higher education provider registration and accreditation application, his guidance throughout the application process was excellent. Professor Smallman also facilitated a risk management workshop to our Executive Management Committee and Board of Directors. The workshop was very informative and useful, and was widely valued by all.Narayan Tiwari, CEO, Crown Institute of Higher Education
Clive is a well-established thinker, change agent and organisational leader who is a prolific writer on a range of business and management topics. His work at APIC was instrumental in establishing the business on a sound commercial footing and academically leading the development of new courses and directions. His focus as a thought leader couldn't be more appropriate.Dr Rob Lang, Deputy Chairman, Asia Pacific International College and Chairman Regional Development Australia
Wow! it has been ten years since I first met Clive. I was that lucky student who was supervised by Clive and it is hard to explain just how much we looked at things with a similar lens, but Clive was the more experienced and knowledgeable one of course. Ever since Clive has been a mentor and guide. He is a good sounding board for ideas and always provides amazing feedback. He is one of the best coaches I have ever worked with.Dr Hafsa Ahmed, Lincoln University, New Zealand
Clive was able to bring his rigorous intellect, good humour, and outstanding analysis skills to bear whilst managing his workstreams at both the Royal Bank of Scotland and Halifax Card Services. In these highly politicised programmes, Clive was extremely adept at managing his stakeholders and the Senior Management teams. Clive's exceptional gift is his ability to simplify, demystify and inform across multiple organisational layers. Clive is definitely a high calibre consultant who I would thoroughly recommend.Basharit Ali, Change Consultant
I first met Clive when he was Dean at Western Sydney University. I thought “this is someone I can work with. He’s not a typical academic.” He joined Education Centre of Australia as President of Asia Pacific International College, and also as a member of the group’s operations committee. He led major projects for both APIC and ECA. I was sorry to see him go, but I am pleased to support him on his new commercial journey. It is always good to work and think with Clive.Rupesh K. Singh, CEO, Education Centre of Australia
Professor Clive Smallman has worked in international education field for many years. Given his professional background and experiences in ICT and senior management Clive drives international education and academic cooperation projects using an innovative approach, which is well-suited to the culturally diverse regions and countries particularly China, India and South East Asia.Professor Yi-Chen Lan, Pro Vice-Chancellor Global Engagement, Western Sydney University