Peter Cammock teaches and researches leadership at the University of Canterbury. For the last few years he has been the Director of Management Development (and the UC MBA). Peter has a strong interest in complexity, creativity and positivity in leadership and in the personal foundations of emotionality, character and alignment that underlie effective organisational leadership. He has been described as “One of the nation’s best leadership writers” and is the author of two books, “The Dance of Leadership” (2001, 2003) and “The Spirit of Leadership” (2008, 2009, 2013) and a number of international publications. Peter’s consulting experience spans over twenty-five years and includes facilitation, coaching, advisory and developmental roles with the senior management teams of numerous private sector organisations including; ASB Bank, Foodstuffs SI, PGG Wrightson, Tait Electronics, TelstraClear, Britten Motorcycle Co, and Trust Bank New Zealand. Peter has extensive experience in the New Zealand public sector where he has provided leadership development and coaching support to senior management teams in a wide variety of organisations including; Airways Corporation, CDHB, CPIT, Housing New Zealand, New Zealand Customs, Department of Corrections, Department of Labour, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Transport, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, New Zealand Police, and Treasury. Peter has extensive experience in the design of leadership development programmes. He has designed or co-designed leadership programmes for numerous public and private sector organisations including ASB Bank, CDHB, Foodstuffs SI, Trust Bank New Zealand, PGG Wrightson, Leadership Development Centre, New Zealand Police, New Zealand Customs and Otago Executive Programmes. In recent years he led the re-design of the UC M BA and designed and introduced a new UC Strategic Leadership Certificate programme. Peter co-facilitated the Leadership Development Centre’s Leadership in Practice programme for nearly ten years. During this period he formed close relationships with scores of senior public service managers. He has been involved in executive coaching for over fifteen years and during this time has worked directly with over a hundred CEO’s, GM’s and senior managers from the private, public and local government sectors.