We exist to move minds, transform businesses, and leave a legacy of proven value.


At Maximus, we create life-changing transformative experiences for global leaders. We challenge the status quo and push the limits of what it means to be a truly authentic leader. The result is revolutionary insight that moves minds and transforms organisations and the leaders within.

We believe that an organisation’s leaders can help create the conditions in which strategy is executed. That’s why we partner with our clients to implement design and change initiatives. We know that your input is essential to its success.

With unique foundations in psychology, business, and industry, we will fully immerse ourselves in your organisation, partnering with your leaders to provide relevant, actionable insights to help them move forward.

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The leaders we work with build legendary companies by inspiring action toward a higher sense of purpose.

Our Clients

Since 2001, Maximus has challenged and inspired over 25,000 leaders from a wide range of companies and industries.

We partner with our clients for the long term and deliver game-changing leadership development experiences that transform organisations and the leaders within. We also continually evolve with our clients and create our unique solutions across organisational design, leadership consulting, capability development, and change management.


Latest News and Insights

  • Social leadership learning: effecting behaviour change, at scale

    After decades of leadership development modelled on higher education, frustrated executives and HR professionals are seeking a new way forward. Maximus has been working with leading Australian organisations on a new, innovative approach to compliment the current model: social leadership learning.

  • Thriving leadership: supporting the wellbeing of employees

    Over recent years wellbeing has attracted increasing attention and investment. This has been driven by several factors including societal attention on mental health and the growing understanding that organisations have a duty to improve health and wellbeing, not just mitigate risks.   Simultaneously, trends such as an increasingly global and competitive market, ageing population and rapidly changing technology, provide great opportunities to the way we work, but also significant threats to our wellbeing.