“We really do create exceptional results through people.”
Leadership Management Australia – Mendelsohn was formed in 2003 providing personal and professional development solutions to clients throughout Melbourne and the rest of Victoria.
Lead by Licensee Richard Mendelsohn, the team at LMA – Mendelsohn work to develop effective partnering and working relationships with clients over several years, with clients including Techtronic Industries, IFM Australia, Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria, Jacobs engineering, DHL Global Forwarding, ANZ, Telstra Licensee association, Jayco and Ladelle.
Throughout Australia and New Zealand, Leadership Management Australasia’s (LMA) courses have already enhanced the leadership skills, performance, productivity and sales skills of over 120,000 people from thousands of organisations across Australia and New Zealand.
At LMA, we don’t train people – we develop them through our unique development process – and there’s a massive difference.
As a recognised leader of training and development in Australasia, the unique LMA process delivers permanent behavioural change, impacting people’s lives both personally and professionally.
LMA – Mendelsohn has grown to comprise a small team of dedicated and accomplished people development professionals; as a team they have coached over 1000 course participants and facilitated LMA courses for nearly 300 participants.
Richard Mendelsohn – Licensee, Course Coach and Facilitator
A highly experienced manager and leader, assisting businesses get the best results out of their employees.
Nicola Wong – Business Manager
Engaging, likeable, highly capable, organised, focused, sound decision-maker, engaging, respected for her skills as a finance, legal and admin specialist.
“I have a number of clients who have been with me for 10 years since I started at LMA. During that time they have participated in LMA programs themselves, been promoted to MD or other senior management roles while enrolling their Direct reports into LMA programs. Along the way they have steered their organisation to be in the top of their respective industry sectors.” Richard Mendelsohn