Peter Cullen’s comprehensive knowledge and outstanding training abilities are derived from the essential skills he learned and developed from his experience within the international aviation industry between 1975 and 2006.
His real life experience is reflected in his outstanding ability to communicate clearly and professionally to all levels of the corporate environment in a genuine and practical manner and is equally comfortable with private training, small groups or conference presentations to large audiences.
Peter Cullen is passionate about his training which is delivered in an open, interactive way that engages and supports all participants in a positive and productive manner.
Appointments: His most recent appointments included two of the best airlines in the world; Singapore Airlines and Thai Airways International. Peter’s abilities and knowledge were developed over 31 years in positions such as frontline customer service, sales, advertising, marketing and management. These abilities and knowledge were further developed with internal training which included Customer Relations, Managing Change, Management Psychology, Conflict Management, Presentations and Public Speaking. During this time he engaged in external studies to further his professional development and progression within the aviation industry. These studies included Business Management, Marketing and Training & Assessment.
Training: In 2006, Peter Cullen followed his long held passion for developing and facilitating innovative corporate training programs which build performance under pressure. His expertise and professionalism was soon recognised with clients such as Brisbane City Council, Hilton Brisbane, Accor Hotels, Jetset Travelworld and Queensland Museum to name a few. Conference presentations were also requested by the Australia and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists at their Annual Scientific Meeting in 2008 and the Association for Development and Alumni Professionals in Education 2008.
Recognition: Peter Cullen’s expertise was also recognised in 2007 by the iconic Queensland newspaper The Courier Mail when they invited him to write a weekly column named Balancing Act for the Career One section of their Saturday edition which has a readership of over 850,000. Peter wrote nearly 80 columns over an 18 month period.