Welcome to Cross Check

We are transformation architects for people in business – passionate about unlocking human potential.

“Providing our clients with strategies for effective recruitment, career progression and creating purposeful teams built for performance and longevity is what we do best. With a wealth of experience and understanding, we exist to be a true partner throughout our clients’ business journey.” Gillian Blackman and Katrina Stephenson, Cross Check Founders

Utilising the best insight assessment tools available, we empower you to explore your unique human resources, conquer your challenges, achieve transformation and ultimately reach your true potential.

Our Approach

We understand what makes high performers tick and how to build fantastic teams.

How? We get to know you, your team and your business goals, and as a third party, we’re able to look more objectively at your organisation to identify the best fit for a role.

By taking a closer look at how your team operates, against your objectives, we can also help you operate more effectively, by identifying opportunities to bridge skill, personality and efficiency gaps.

We believe having deeper insights free of personal biases, allows us to better understand the best fit for a role. It is the foundation for increasing tolerance, building team engagement and ensuring high-quality performers stay the course.

Our Values

Have Courage

Having the ability to do something that frightens you. Bravery in the face of adversity and business challenges. The mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear or difficulty to enact change.

Communicate

We take a ‘practice what we preach’ approach, striving to be transparent and communicative. Sharing information, news or ideas and always making sure our clients are in the know.

Deliver Always

We believe in delivering on our promises and exceeding expectations at every corner. We strive for greatness and are here to offer the best tools and resources to empower our clients to do the same.

How can you boost efficiency by building a better team?