Shirley Tracy has over 20 years of project management and human resource development experience. Her passion is for achieving a return on investment in performance management and training for her client organisations.
A tertiary qualification in training and development, coupled with her experience, enables Shirley to assist organisations (including boards) to effect measurable and desired change through human performance management.
Shirley’s career has spanned working in training and development in large corporates, government departments and not-for-profits as well as running red2green since 2001.
Hugh has more than thirty years experience as a Human Performance specialist partnering with international organizations to improve human performance at all levels through evidence based interventions and solutions. Hugh is known for his competence in Mega-based strategic planning, enterprise needs assessment, human system design, leadership development based on emotional intelligence, instructional design and the facilitation of team development at all levels.
Hugh has worked on human performance system research projects with the USA, NZ and Australian Defence departments. Hugh works in alliance with leaders in Human Performance Technology; Margo Murray on mentoring process design, Roger Kaufman on Mega-based strategic planning and Bob Mager for Criterion Referenced Instruction (CRI). Hugh is a Vietnam Veteran and past member of the New Zealand Special Air Service (NZSAS). He has worked in a variety of Asian countries on cross cultural projects to improve human performance. He co-authored Strategic Planning For Success, Aligning People Performance and Payoffs.
Hugh was the founding director of Oakley-Browne Associates Limited (OBA). The mission of OBA is ” Evidence Based Human Performance Improvement.”
Grant holds degrees in Sociology and Psychology from Canterbury University, and brings over 30 years experience to red2green. As well as operating a private practice, Grant is very focused on the correct implementation of psychometric tools in human resource activities from recruitment to performance management. He provides the hard data that enables measurable change to be achieved.
Grant retains membership of the Occupational Division of the New Zealand Psychological Society. Grant’s client base stretches from the airline industry, through to producer organisations, CRI’s and manufacturers.