To me, good leadership looks like someone who inspires the people that work with them on projects, it develops where their skills are, and understands what strengths they have so they bring all that to the fore and drives the best out of their people. Good leaders are people who develop leadership around them. Its about driving, igniting the fire within people. The key benefits of the People Matters is to get a better understanding of public sector responsibilities, as well as dealing with the change at the organisational level. Also understanding different team dynamics and the work culture of each individual. It takes you out of the workplace environment that becomes very business as usual, and allows you to take a step back and really think about the dynamics of the team and how they work well. It gives you a great perspective. It’s backed by psychological research. Regardless of how much on the job experience that you have, there is still something to learn. And I’ve had a few of those light bulb moments, where I’ve gone, “Oh that’s why I do that and this is how I can improve on what I’ve done, because I’ve learned more about the thought process and how I can improve on that to achieve better results.” If people have an opportunity to do People Matters, they should do it, because we’re all leaders.