Accept the fact that we have to treat almost anybody as a volunteer
— Peter Drucker

Skills training for conflict and change, building Compassionate Accountability.


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NASA's own tool-set for communication, motivation, risk management and high performance, backed by the gold standard in psychometric analysis.




Scientifically guided, collaborative capacity building.





NEoS®️ Measurement


Measurement of Self Efficacy across individuals, groups, project and contexts, backed by tools to put the data to work.







Wavelength works alongside the team at Next Element in the USA to build cultures of compassionate accountability here in Oceania. LOD offers a scaleable, effective toolset for equipping employees from call centre to executive leader to create great outcomes during conflict and change.

Compassionate Accountability shifts the framework for leadership, communication and conflict. Engage the best in yourself and others for effective and lasting change.

Next Element’s Leading Out of Drama® (LOD) system is the vehicle that delivers Compassionate Accountability. LOD equips you with skills to transform the energy of conflict into meaningful contribution, every day, in every interaction, for powerful personal and professional development. Don’t shy away from conflict; use it!

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The Process Communication Model is a scientifically-validated toolset developed by Taibi Kahler, Ph.D, in partnership with NASA to help individuals better manage themselves and others, translating potential in to performance. PCM is accredited by the Australian Colleges of Surgeons and Anaesthetists, Paediatricians, and General Practitioners amongst other organisations. 

PCM is a skill based methodology enabling us to: 

_ decode behaviour and assess personality traits,

_ better connect and communicate by winning motivation and co-operation quickly

_ prevent, manage and resolve conflict

_ using skills, not rules

Change is constant, Growth is Optional. Choose Wisely.
— John Maxwell


Our coaching is a commitment to collaborative, outcome based facilitation of individual or team performance. We're not here to rescue you, and instead work with you towards outcomes you own.

After identifying the change both organisation and coaching subject can commit to working towards, we employ best practice methods to translate potential to performance with dignity and accountability.  

Our coaching methods mesh cohesively with our training approaches to help institute lasting change, and wherever we identify specialist subject matter coaching is required we'll work with you to get the right expert on board.

If the next step in your leadership journey beckons, or you can't quite figure out what's holding progress back, engaging a professional coach is a simple, effective step you can take right now.



NEoS isthe world’s first context-sensitive efficacy outcomes system. NEoS has been developed and validated by the team at Next Element to enable accurate, easily accessible outcomes measurement.

NEOS measures changes in self-efficacy: belief in one’s ability to respond to various life conditions. NEOS can be used as a one-time assessment, an outcomes measure, a 360-degree evaluation tool, a coaching and supervision tool, or a team-development framework.

Deploying NEoS organisationally or by project, we are able to quickly gauge both outcomes and ongoing changes in self efficacy, with a methodology supported by skills based training. After all, measurement is of no use if it cannot inform targeted intervention where necessary.

NEOS has undergone extensive research to test criterion validity, response-format methodology, scale reliability and cross-cultural relevance in samples from Australia, New Zealand, United States, France, Switzerland, Germany and South America.

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