Our programmes

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A unique and flexible series designed to support facilitator and organisational success.

Facilitator Certification

Facile – meaning to make things easy.  Certified TetraMap Facilitators make it easy for others to learn.

This is a highly experiential and confidence-building programme which combines a balance of theory and practical. Develop your facilitation expertise and use our trusted process to bring learning to real-life contexts. Engage in deep conversations and mindset shifting facilitation. 

Professional Development

There’s always more to learn. We offer a series of professional development opportunities, including webinars, online modules and Master TetraMap Certification.  

The Tools

Most clients start with an insight into the Nature of behaviour. Why Are You LIke That?  supports the process of understanding self and others and relieves the pain of interpreting costly and complex ‘profiling’ tools.

Using the same framework you can explore what makes projects successful, how diversity in teams works, what inclusive leadership means, what a creating healthy work environment or culture feels like, and how stress impacts our wellbeing and productivity.

Each workbook explores a different context. They make it easy for facilitators to scaffold learning with one language, one framework, and many applications. The facilitators’ role brings the content to life and provides context for the audience’s own reality. 

The Digital Suite

For clients that are geographically dispersed or prefer a paperless option you can choose a digital version to be delivered in a virtual classroom or blended solution. 

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We have worked with Rotary supporting their Annual Leadership Development programme for several years. This  was great feedback to receive from RYLA participant Josh Chandulal-Mackay:   

” I cannot overstate how usual the TetraMap model has been for me. Council is unique in that it is a political environment, an operational environment and also has an important community role – particularly around advocacy and support. 
When discussing an issue with an strong ‘air-type’ I’m conscious of being precise, and using data and evidence. When I’m discussing an idea with a strong ‘water-type’ I’ll often refer to community benefit, social outcomes, and impacts on people’s well-being.”