Category: Change

Hayley O’Neill Introduction

July 26, 2019 by

We are so excited to introduce Hayley O’Neill who has recently joined the SRA team in Launceston!

Hayley is undertaking a Certificate IV in Business with Work & Training.

Categories: Change, Culture, Employee Engagement, Personal Development, workplaces

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Q&A with Lola Cowle

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SRA would like to introduce you to Lola Cowle. 

Lola is the Senior Executive Officer at the Tasmanian Community Fund (TCF). The Tasmanian Community Fund’s invests in, and strengthens Tasmanian communities by providing grants to support community projects.

We hope you enjoy learning a bit more about Lola!

Categories: Change, Communication, Culture, Inspiration, Leadership, Lola Cowle, Meaning and purpose, Mentors, personal development

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Renee Potter Introduction

May 14, 2019 by

We are excited to introduce Renee Potter who has joined the dynamic SRA team!!!Renee is an energetic, passionate addition who will work with the SRA team to continue to unlock the potential of organisations and their leaders to cultivate high performance.

Categories: Business coaching, Change, Communication, Culture, Employee Engagement, High Performance, Leadership, Management, personal development, Renee Potter, Strategy

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Nic Stephen Introduction

April 16, 2019 by

SRA would like to introduce you to one of our business affiliates; Steph Edmunds. Steph is founder and Certified Professional Life Coach at SESC. Her friendly, engaging & inquisitive nature is what sparked her interest in coaching – an expertise that allows her to maximise her ability to relate authentically to help clients whilst cutting to the heart of the matter. We hope you enjoy learning a bit more about Steph!

Categories: Business coaching, Change, Communication, Corporate Wellbeing, Culture, Employee Engagement, High Performance, Inspiration, Leadership, Management, Nic Stephen, personal development, Strategy, Strategy & Leadership

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The Importance of a good Brains Trust

January 24, 2019 by

I’m feeling really energised! As I write this, the team at SRA have just wrapped up a day devoted to considering aspects of our own business strategy. We start 2019 as committed as ever to making a big impact – to unlocking the potential of people and organisations. And today was a day when we […]

Categories: Change, Employee Engagement, High Performance, Leadership, Strategy, Tony Chapman

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Innovation in Culture

November 19, 2018 by

In the last twelve months, we’ve noticed a significant increase in the number of clients approaching SRA to enlist our guidance and support in creating targeted culture change. This has included, for example, a culture that embraces change, a more customer-oriented culture, or a more innovative culture. And this really excites the team here at SRA. Organisational […]

Categories: Change, Culture, Employee Engagement, High Performance, Leadership, Strategy, Tony Chapman

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The Board Owns Culture

June 11, 2018 by

Board Owns Culture What’s the hottest issue in the boardrooms of leading Australian companies at the moment? If you guessed corporate culture, you’d be spot on! The recent Banking Royal Commission again highlighted the importance of organisational culture, with poor culture featuring prominently as the cause of the deficiencies and breaches identified. Regulatory bodies around […]

Categories: Change, Culture, Leadership, Management, Strategy, Tony Chapman

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Understanding culture doesn’t finish with a survey

February 13, 2018 by

 Culture surveys are valuable, they take a wide range of information about the culture of an organisation and consolidate it into an understandable form. For this purpose they’re excellent, but it’s important to understand that they do have limitations. Understanding culture doesn’t finish with a survey – that’s just the beginning!   One limitation of […]

Categories: Change, Workplace Culture

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The Board Owns Culture

December 05, 2016 by

The Board Owns Culture. A bold claim! And one which SRA recently pitched to members of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD). The groundswell is growing. Regulators around the world have identified organisational culture as a key focus for company directors. AICD recently stated that the causal link between culture and performance is such that […]

Categories: Change, Communication, Culture, Leadership, Tony Chapman, Uncategorized

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