Executive Coaching

High Performance, Leadership, Team and Career Coaching using world-class L&D programs.

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Executive Workshops

Learning & Development for Executives with access to the most current self-development topics and tools.

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Human Resources Consulting

Achieve sustained organisational performance and growth via modern human resources/capital strategies.

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Why ProVeritas Group?

We believe that coaching programs should be tailored to specific needs – no two individuals, teams or organisations are the same. At ProVeritas Group, we have the depth and breadth of knowledge, experience and qualifications in Business, Psychology, Leadership/Management, Coaching and Science required to develop tailored programs that deliver results.

We focus on coaching STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) leaders by leveraging the problem-solving capabilities inherently present in STEM professionals.

We follow the Code of Ethics from the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches and guidelines provided in the Standards Australia Handbook for Coaching in Organisations HB 332-2011, ensuring that our programs and services are of the highest global standards of quality.

ABOUT PROVERITAS

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What we Support

Every year on the 8th of March is International Women's Day. We want to continue celebrating throughout March and right through to the end of 2018 and keep encouraging everyone to press for progress and achieve gender equality across the globe and in all areas of life.

ProVeritas Group is a proud supporter of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

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Who we work with

Our clients come from a wide range of sectors and industries and can be Australian organisations or multinational subsidiaries. We are also engaged by individuals privately. Our clients are from middle management upwards (General Managers, Directors, VPs, C-Suite). They can be individuals with high potential, those with significant responsibility and who have the potential to develop and change, as well as teams.

Articles & Resources

  • Jan 23

8 Resolutions Worth the Effort, According to Science

We put together a list of resolutions worth the effort in the new year and beyond. It was inspired by the latest research on the science of wellbeing, sustainable high performance and happiness (for instance, the January 2019 edition of New Scientist). We hope it inspires you to keep learning and growing to become a better you. 

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  • Dec 04

Don’t be a burnout statistic – it’s time to renew

The topic of wellbeing at work has been gaining momentum around the world for quite some time now. Indeed, a new policy document has been published by the Australian government to assist organisations proactively achieve wellbeing in the workplace for their employees, as reported in the September edition of the Coaching for Growth newsletter. 

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  • Dec 03

Nexus of neuroscience, coaching and leadership: next frontier

A highlight of this year, so far, has been my ability to attend the 2018 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference in Boston, organised by the Harvard McClean Medical School Institute of Coaching. This is where STEMM (science, technology, engineering, maths & medicine) research meets coaching theory and gets translated into practical applications for leadership development and wellbeing programs for positive outcomes at all levels: individual, team and organisational. 

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Our Affiliations & Partnerships

A distinctive feature of our value proposition is a relentless dedication to upholding world-class quality through affiliations with international leaders in the coaching, leadership and organisational development fields, as well as the ongoing professional development of our coaches.

We are proud affiliate members of the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches, the Institute of Coaching, McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School Affiliate and members of the International Leadership Association and the International Positive Psychology Association.