Peter Berry Consultancy, also known as PBC, is an authorized distributor of Hogan’s personality assessment solutions in Australia and the author of several products, including the Hogan 360° suite and the High Performing Team Assessment. PBC is also coauthor of the Hogan Safety Climate Survey.
Founded by managing director Peter Berry in 1990, PBC has grown into a leading global provider of human capital consulting services. PBC is a multidisciplinary global consulting firm with more than 30 years of experience in the delivery of best-practice solutions aimed at maximizing the potential and behavior of individuals, teams, leaders, and organizations.
PBC provides customer-focused, evidence-based people solutions that enable organizations to select the right people, develop key talent, build better teams, drive leadership capability, and enhance organizational performance. From offices in Sydney and Melbourne, PBC employs highly skilled, experienced consultants with backgrounds in psychology, business consulting, and human resources to support clients both locally and globally.
PBC proudly applies an extensive collection of research, case studies, and thought leadership in developing solutions for clients. PBC’s expertise and insight into both local and global leadership is highlighted in recent work:
- What the Best Leaders Look Like – Research shows that the best leaders tend to be achievement focused, strategic, and inspiring, with high emotional competence. Leaders need to focus on improving their workload management and their ability to challenge poor performance.
- Leader Personality and Performance Differences in the Public Versus Private Sector – Understanding what differentiates leaders can be useful for selection and development. This white paper summarizes research that examines similarities and differences in the personality and multirater performance reviews of executives and managers within the Australian public and private sectors.
- Gender Differences in Australian Leadership – There has been a growing interest in understanding the similarities and differences between leaders of different genders. Insights in this area can have implications for the selection and development of leadership talent and leaders’ subsequent performance at the individual, team, and organizational levels.
For more details on these and other research topics, please visit peterberry.com.au/resources.