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Community Leader Insights… Hugh McKenzie, Lynda McKay and Curly Haslam-Coates

February 15, 2017 by

As part of our first Tasmanian Community Fund Emerging Community Leaders Program residential we were fortunate enough to hear from three inspiring community leaders. After their presentation we briefly asked them all a small handful of questions about community leadership. Hugh, Lynda and Curley, thank you for your time… You were all truely inspiring!   […]

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Launceston Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards

November 03, 2016 by

SRA Corporate Change had a great time at the Launceston Chamber of Commerce 2016 Business Excellence Awards, held on the 22nd of October 2016 at the Hotel Grand Chancellor. Nominated for Professional Services, Excellence in Innovation and Excellence in Customer Service, SRA were lucky enough to receive the award for Professional Services which was sponsored […]

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Five behaviours of a cohesive team – Lencioni

September 07, 2016 by

Want to create a higher performing team? Sara and Tony have just returned from a training program based on Lencioni’s Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team. In fact, SRA Corporate Change is the first accredited agency in Tasmania! The Five Behaviours is a team development program with a simple goal – to improve team effectiveness […]

Categories: Culture, High Performance, Leadership, Uncategorized, Workplace Culture

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Client testimonial: Metro CEO Stuart Wiggins

August 24, 2016 by

THE BUSINESS Metro Tasmania, the largest passenger transport company in Tasmania and operates bus services in Hobart, Launceston and Burnie. They employ over 450 staff statewide. THE WORK Culture change program Leadership development program with senior leaders Development of company values and behaviours THE OUTCOMES Metro Tasmania has seen huge wins in the direction of […]

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Client testimonial: Tasplan CEO Wayne Davy

August 06, 2016 by

THE BUSINESS Tasplan – an industry super fund with 100,000 members and over $3.3 billion invested. 95 staff across Tasmania. THE WORK Change management services for merger with another superannuation fund, Quadrant. Intensive leadership development program with senior leaders. Development of company values and behaviours. THE OUTCOMES The Tasplan/Quadrant merger is being lauded nationally in […]

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Telstra Business Awards 2016

July 26, 2016 by

The team at SRA Corporate Change had a wonderful time at the Telstra Business Awards dinner on Friday 22nd July 2016. SRA Corporate Change is only one of fourteen businesses listed as a finalist and one of four finalists for the Small Business Award Category. Although we didn’t take out the award, we feel honoured […]

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Video blog: Sara Redman’s thoughts on Lasting Leadership

June 30, 2016 by

One of our Directors, Sara Redman recently presented a Launceston Chamber of Commerce event on the topic of Lasting Leadership. Sara explored a number of key ideas, including the efforts required by leaders and leadership groups of today to ensure they have a lasting impact on an organisation’s success in the future. The video above includes insights on this topic, and […]

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2016 Employer of Choice Awards

June 06, 2016 by

One of our esteemed directors, Sara Redman recently performed the role of MC at the Employer of Choice Awards evening. As winners last year, the team at SRA Corporate Change know how good it feels to be inducted as Employers of Choice! The Minister for State Growth, Matthew Groom presented awards to twelve new Employers of Choice […]

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Media release: ASIC cracks down on corporate culture

April 06, 2016 by

The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) is working to make it easier to prosecute company executives and directors for overseeing poor corporate cultures that lead to poor outcomes for consumers. ASIC chairman Greg Medcraft said that individual company officers should be penalised in situations where poor business culture leads to poor business performance. As a […]

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