Roseann is a sought-after consultant in the areas of communication, leadership, change and motivation.
With extensive educational experience, Roseann has written and presented a number of communication programmes.
In 1999, Roseann graduated with a Masters in Management Studies majoring in Management Communication (with Distinction) and gained a Post-Graduate Diploma in Communication (with Distinction) at the University of Waikato.
She taught the Bachelor of International Communication degree at UNITEC School of Communication, receiving a Staff Trust Award for Teaching Excellence.
Roseann has also completed a number of communication audits in organisations and been part of the implementation team for new organisational policies and procedures. Some of her clients include Air New Zealand, AMCOR Kiwi Packaging, IRD, The National Bank, Saatchi and Saatchi, Sky City Entertainment Ltd, Starship Foundation, Waitemata District Health Board, Fletcher Building, New Plymouth District Council, J.A. Russell Ltd, Grant Thornton and RNZSPCA.
Her real skill is tailoring courses for specific groups and individuals. Roseann is described as being a creative, enthusiastic and innovative presenter.
- Effective Business Communication
- The Art of Powerful Presentations
- Conflict Resolution Strategies
- Leading Change in an Organisational Setting
- Problem Solving and Decision Making
- Creativity through the Six Hats
- Attitude is Absolutely Everything
- Stress Strategies
- Team Building
- Vision Setting
- Planning and Organising
- Goal Setting
- Customer Service Skills
- Self and Time Management
- Effective Business Writing
Roseann and her teaching has transformed many of our key people. They use her methodology and approach everyday to get a better result for the company, themselves and their staff. In recent performance reviews many who have been to Roseann’s courses sight her as the biggest impact in what they do and the results they now get. Naturally we are very pleased with Roseann’s ongoing help with our Team. Simon Jaffe J. A. Russell Ltd
People Management, is the art form of communication, purpose and performance. These are key skills sets that prepare and allow our Pasifika Leaders to succeed. Roseann Gedye’s experience as well as intuitive delivery and style has transformed our leaders, to exceed their own expectations both professionally and personally. With Roseann’s support, we have also implemented a successful Mentoring Programme. Thank YOU, Roseann for understanding our journey. Your tireless commitment and support of BEST Pasifika Leadership Programme has made this all possible. Beatrice Faumuinā ONZM C.E.O.
When I first heard Roseann at a Seminar she ran for the NZ Society of Accountants, I knew we had to get her involved with our company, and not just the management team, the whole company. IT people perhaps unfairly, have a reputation for being poor communicators. It is typical for technical people to try and work their way out of difficult situations rather than seek out conversations. A lack of communication tends to frustrate and annoy clients, this in turn makes our team more withdrawn and so a vicious cycle is established. Over the many years we have worked with Roseann’s Principles we have completely transformed the culture of our company. Our communication and soft-skills training has repaid the investment handsomely. Our team is empowered, confident and happy. Our clients notice the difference and this has made us more profitable. It’s without a doubt one of the best things we have ever done for our Business. Bruce Copeland, Director of Sandfield Information systems
Roseann is one of a very small group of presenters who can truly be called ‘outstanding’. She teaches frequently on the Short Course programme at The University of Auckland, and the reason we keep using her is simply that she’s so good . . . always well-prepared, thoroughly professional, totally on top of her subject matter, cheerful, supportive and hugely gifted at motivating, inspiring and educating her classes. I recommend her without qualification. Mike Groves, Retired From The University of Auckland Business School