• We improve how people work

    JumpShift combines a strengths-based and root-cause analysis approach to learning. Find out how this approach relates to the latest in leadership and human performance here. more

  • We improve how people work

    JumpShift programmes see participants facilitated through a process to improve their capability. Find out about the programmes we offer here. more

  • We improve how people work

    JumpShift connects you and your teams to inspirational best practice thinking. Get a taster at our blog here. more


Finalist NZ Innovators Awards 2012

What we do

JumpShift improves the productivity of organisations through more effective people. As experts in behaviour change, we do this by focusing on improving how people work.

JumpShift offers programmes in;
+ Leadership Development
+ Personal Productivity
+ High-Performing Teams
+ Executive Coaching


  • Leadership Development

    This six-workshop programme brings best-practice to life as participants take action to build the confidence required to truly influence their situation.

    Leadership Development
  • Professional Skills

    This six-workshop programme builds on participant’s strengths, so they can make decisions about what actions they will take to change.

    Professional Skills
  • High-Performing Teams

    This one-day hands-on experience teaches participants how to identify and overcome team issues in a simulated team environment.

    High-Performing Teams

About us

We use a unique process that combines how people learn and develop (strengths-based) and how organisations improve and grow (root cause problem-solving).

This approach is brought to life in all our workshops and coaching sessions through our Diagnose, Inspire, Your Actions process (D.I.Y).

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“The end to end value you and your people demonstrate consistently is world class.”

“Thanks for your commitment to delivering action oriented development in an exceptional way. Again and again the programmes have lead to positive changes in attitude and behaviours.”