Tracey Snape

About / Tracey Snape

Tracey is a leadership facilitator and coach. She has been central to creating and overseeing organisational and leadership development strategies for some of the country’s largest organisations, including PGG Wrightson and Fulton Hogan. As a senior executive in these organisations, Tracey understands what it takes to successfully design and implement development programmes. She also brings this corporate experience to her coaching.

Well known for her warmth and ‘down to earth’ style, Tracey’s infectious positivity builds engagement and ownership in others. Tracey is quick to grasp an organisation’s operating challenges and has a real drive to deliver business-critical results.

Tracey has delivered leadership and team development programmes for a range of clients including Silver Fern Farms, Fletcher Building, Connetics, Orion, Tradelink, Fulton Hogan, PGG Wrightson, University of Canterbury, Christ College, Christchurch College of Education, and the Ministry of Education.

What clients are saying about Tracey

‘Tracey has delivered a quality programme that is the best that Fulton Hogan has seen! Fantastic relationship builder and all round “good sort”. Nicola Wilson, GM People & Culture NZ, Fulton Hogan

‘Our Managing Director was very pleased with the People & Culture Strategy, its alignment, simplicity and targeting of further capabilities and performance.’ Sue Horo, GM Human Resources, PGG Wrightson

Specialist Areas

Delivery of in-house leadership programmes

Leadership Coach. Tracey is an ICF accredited coach and has provided coaching to many leaders at varying stages of their leadership journey. Coaching to develop leadership capability though change is a passion of hers. Tracey has worked with hundreds of leaders providing 360 debrief coaching.

DiSC Behavioural Style Workshops and Coaching

'Tracey brought a wealth of expertise to coaching. She challenges me to be honest about my strengths and my areas for growth. I will always be grateful to have benefitted from her expertise and generosity and perspectives on leadership.'

Marian Horan, Department of Corrections.