Category: Personal Development

Perfectly imperfect

July 29, 2019 by

Working with leaders for so many years has afforded me the great privilege of getting a glimpse into the human psyche.  One powerful trend I often encounter is the perfectionistic mindset.  To strive for perfection is very compelling, almost intoxicating in our western world. 

Categories: Balance, Courage, Culture, happiness, Inspiration, Leadership, Personal Development, Recognition, Sara Redman, Self awareness, Trust, Wellbeing

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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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The Performance Management Revolution

June 14, 2019 by

Someone a few years ago finally pointed and said, “Hey, this really doesn’t work.” and now, no one can un-see the flaws in their organization’s approach to performance management. But while we know what doesn’t work, we’re all still trying to figure out what does.

Categories: Drive, High Performance, Leadership, Nic Stephen, Personal Development, Recognition, Strategy, Strategy & Leadership, Trust

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Q&A with Toby Newstead

June 11, 2019 by

SRA would like to introduce you to one of our affiliates; Toby Newstead. Toby is a Lecturer in Management at the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics. For many years Toby worked alongside us here at SRA both behind the scenes and coaching.

We hope you enjoy learning a bit more about Toby!

Categories: Business coaching, Communication, Culture, High Performance, Leadership, Mentors, Personal Development, personal development

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Q&A with Kim Millar

November 19, 2018 by

Kim Millar is a Communications Specialist working with written, verbal and/or visual methods, specialising in TV production, Freelance writing, Media training, Presentation/Voice training, Business communications, Crisis communications & MC/event hosting. This month, we were thrilled to sit down with Kim to find out a bit more about her remarkable career, her experiences as a journalist […]

Categories: Business coaching, Communication, Culture, Employee Engagement, High Performance, Inspiration, Leadership, Management, Personal accountability, Personal Development, Self awareness, Tony Chapman

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Leaders who flex, inspire

December 20, 2017 by

Leaders are highly effective and inspiring when they are self-aware of their own behaviour preferences and style, and flex to meet the needs of others’ styles. At SRA we use DiSC as our preferred profiling tool to assist leaders and their teams in unlocking their potential. DiSC is an effective profiling tool that helps to […]

Categories: Culture, Leadership, Personal accountability, Personal Development, Sara Redman

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Fast tips inspired by TED, how to improve your presentations

May 20, 2017 by

I recently read the head of TED’s official guide to public speaking.  What a rich resource! In a conversational way Chris Anderson shares the wisdom and experience of TED’s top speakers. I recommend reading the book but if you only have a few moments to grab some fast tips to instantly improve your presentations then […]

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Strategic Plan, Operating Plan and KPIs – how do they relate?

March 09, 2016 by

I was recently asked to provide my thoughts about the process of preparing Strategic Plans, Operating Plans and aligning them to Key Performance Indicators. This task is relatively tricky as not one-sized fits all. However, not one shy of a challenge, here is my answer: Strategic Plan A Strategic Plan has a longer term in focus […]

Categories: Executive Coaching, High Performance, Leadership, Management, Personal Development, Strategy, Strategy & Leadership, Uncategorized

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Can you glimpse your potential?

November 10, 2015 by

Do you see the potential in your loved ones?  Of course you do!  I imagine you can look at your partner, child, best mate, or esteemed colleague and instantly see their strengths, their potential, and those qualities that make them truly shine in your eyes. Bizarrely, I also imagine that you would struggle to have the […]

Categories: Change, Inspiration, Personal Development, Uncategorized

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