Leadership behaviour

People challenges are some of the most critical and difficult parts of leadership. Whether you meet your cultural, legal, regulatory, and inclusion commitments depends on the skill and competence of a critical group: your leaders. Ultimately, it is this group who determine whether your people are engaged, developed and reach their potential, or whether you are exposed to people risk. They are accountable and you need to support them.

We help develop leaders as individuals and as a group to set the right tone, live your values, make more conscious decisions and communicate well.
Inclusive leadership
Recruitment and selection - hiring the best
Effective feedback and challenging conversations
Leadership conduct
Leading with respect
Leadership training - menopause
Managing mental health
Managing within the law

We have a deep understanding of workplace behaviour and wellbeing issues.

We are in tune with the emotional complexities of any professional working environment and have relevant, real world experience, making us credible, commercial and relatable. It is this collective power of our experience that elevates the quality of our work.

byrne∙dean has been an outstanding partner in designing, developing and delivering training – both in person and online.  They have been responsive and flexible as our partnership grew over time, delivering at scale across the globe.  They worked closely with us to customize content and delivery, and have consistently received excellent feedback from participants and senior leaders alike.
Learning & Leadership Development Executive, Bank of America

The latest thinking from our team

March 4, 2024

Workplace dynamics - Six trends in 2024 employers need to address

As leaders and HR prep budgets for the new financial year, six key workforce themes warrant attention.
Matt Dean
Dean
January 23, 2024

Not trusting the system

Through the lens of the Post Office scandal, Ellie explores what the actions of employees can tell us about the cultural climate of an organisation.
Ellie Herriot
Herriot
July 27, 2023

SRA new conduct rules: what’s so different?

The SRA has made critical updates that will impact law firms and individual solicitors. Angela Simpeh summarises both the regulatory risks and personal exposure for partners that non-compliance poses.
Angela Simpeh
Simpeh

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