Director, Talent (Organisational Psychologist), Peter Berry Consultancy
Mark Do is a Director, Talent (Organisational Psychologist) at Peter Berry Consultancy Pty Ltd. He specialises in taking an evidence-based approach in designing and delivering leadership development, talent management and recruitment solutions across Australia and globally. In addition to facilitating the Hogan personality and Hogan 360 certification programs, he has extensive experience in debriefing and coaching executives, senior leaders and HR professionals on their individual and team-level profiles to help them uncover key insights about their leadership brand and impact.
Mark also leads a number of consulting projects including the implementation of global talent management programs, organisational profiling of capabilities and culture, job validation research projects for custom-built selection and development reports, team-building workshops, and diversity and inclusion programs.
Mark’s past experience includes psychometric test analysis and interpretation, career development, competency framework design for managers and executives, customer satisfaction analyses and health psychology research.
Mark’s clients include ASX Top 20 companies, not-for-profit organisations and a number of government agencies and departments. In particular, the key industries that he consults to include financial, professional services, construction and mining, health care, education and security.
Mark has a Master of Organisational Psychology degree (1st Class Honours, NSW Top Student Award) and a Bachelor of Psychology degree, both from UNSW. For his Master’s thesis, which was awarded the Stephanie J Moylan Memorial Prize for best thesis, he examined why specific personality traits affect leadership effectiveness and behaviours.
In addition to authoring White Papers at PBC, Mark has also published research in academic and peer-reviewed journals, including The Leadership Quarterly. He also speaks at industry conferences including the Australian Human Resources Institute conference, Australian Industrial Organisational Psychology Conference, the Society of Industrial and Organisational Psychology and the Australian Association of Graduate Employers.