Category: Management

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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Better meetings…the ongoing quest

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Workplace meetings are often ineffective, too long, not focused and as a result extremely costly for organisations.  Is this true from your experience?

Categories: Communication, High Performance, Leadership, Management, personal development, Sara Redman, Self awareness

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Q&A with Zach McArthur

March 13, 2019 by

SRA has enjoyed working with Zach McArthur over the last 10 years in a number of different ways (client, partner, provider, & collaborator) and we continue to be inspired by his approach to leadership.  He is a rare example of someone who truly wants to build his people to be better off than when they first started […]

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

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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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Netflix

November 06, 2018 by

Many of us can confess to having binge-watched a series on Netflix. What’s not to like about Brooklyn 99! But what can we learn from Netflix itself? It turns out – quite a bit! Here’s a great chat with the head of Netflix in which there are many interesting insights, including: – leadership ethos. This […]

Categories: Communication, Culture, Employee Engagement, High Performance, Leadership, Management, Self awareness, Strategy, Tony Chapman, Workplace Culture

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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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Virtues at work

November 02, 2016 by

If you’ve had much to do with our approach to leadership development, you’ll know we employ a character based approach; we believe that being a good person is absolutely essential to being a good leader. Our change agent, Toby Newstead, is looking at this very topic via her PhD research. Her work demonstrates how virtues such as courage, justice, humanity, […]

Categories: Employee Engagement, happiness, Leadership, Management, Toby Newstead, Uncategorized

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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 […]

Categories: Leadership, Management, Sara Redman, Strategy & Leadership, Uncategorized

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