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MATT SHANAHAN

Managing Consultant & Cultural Analyst

Matthew is a highly experienced consultant specialising in the facilitation of senior leadership and team development workshops, cultural development programs, strategy workshops and behavioural change initiatives.
Matthew has over 20 years experience working in the area of personal change and team development and the design and facilitation of experiential based training programs. His client base includes ANZ, ALS Global, Commonwealth Bank, Bendigo & Adelaide Bank, Telstra, Australia Post, Ernst & Young, Worksafe Victoria, Flight Centre Ltd, Aurora Energy, Hydro Tasmania, the Country Fire Authority, Metropolitan Fire Brigade and key senior segments of the Victorian Government. His facilitation experience encompasses the setting of high level strategic direction (at board and senior executive levels) through to the roll out and delivery of company wide leadership or behavioural change programs.
Matthew is currently pioneering the practical application of social network analysis (SNA) to help clients understand the drivers and forces of their organisational culture in order to bring about transformation change. He is currently engaged as the lead consultant for people and culture analysis for a specialist risk management agency that deals with several of Australia’s largest banks and financial institutions.
He has designed and facilitated organisational wide leadership programs for companies in Australia and globally. He has been invited to run leadership workshops in Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, South Africa, Canada and Europe.
Matthew has experience in both shaping a small boutique culture consultancy and also working within larger listed management consultancies. Matthew was previously Executive Officer of a private training college in Brisbane and the National Business Leader of a corporate training and team development division of Flight Centre Ltd.
Matthew applies a deep personal philosophy to his work: That all people have huge potential (and a need) for growth, development and fulfilment and that successful organisations create environments that harness this power.

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