Alex Paizes

About the facilitator

Alex is a highly experienced leadership development facilitator and coach. He has dedicated the last 17 years of his career to helping leaders with their skill development through his own business and as a senior facilitator with The Pacific Institute.

Prior to becoming a consultant, Alex was a director of a multinational insurance organisation. In this capacity, he gained valuable personal experience and insight into the challenges that leaders face on a day to day basis in large and small organisations. He holds degrees in commerce and law with accreditation in advanced coaching through Sydney University, Hogan Leadership Inventories and Human Synergistics.

He has clients throughout Australia as well as in Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok and works with business leaders on their personal and professional development in key areas including team building, resilience, strategy development, vision and values, service excellence, customer retention, talent management and succession planning.

Alex is a gifted storyteller and prides himself on his ability to create a stimulating and relaxed learning environment whilst ensuring that his learners emerge with tangible and practical tools to enhance their leadership effectiveness.

Key Expertise

  • Leadership Development
  • Organisational Culture
  • Change Management
  • Executive Coaching
  • Building Resilience
  • Career Transitioning

Industry Focus

  • Private Sector - insurance, banking, logistics, professional services, mining, and retail.
  • Public Sector - health, Universities, State government departments and local government.
Workshops Duration Public or
In-House
Max
Participants
Price
The Science of Management and Art of Leadership Multiple Days In-House 16 $6050
Leading in a VUCA World – leading with Vision, Understanding, Courage and Adaptability. Multiple Days In-House 20 $7150
The 4 Keys to Building Resilience Full Day In-House 16 $3850

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