Tag: 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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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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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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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 […]

Categories: Change, Employee Engagement, Uncategorized, Workplace Culture

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Three reasons why change in an organisation is like changing your name

June 12, 2015 by

Recently, I was one of those lucky ladies to walk down the aisle and get married to the man of my dreams. As those of who are married would know, this is without doubt one of the best days of your life. However, like all great things in life, there are many associated challenges and hurdles. […]

Categories: Balance, Change, happiness, High Performance, HR, Inspiration, Meaning and purpose, Self awareness, Uncategorized

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Take control of your business

May 11, 2015 by

Why should you be paying greater attention to your business strategy? Quite simply, strategy defines action. And action creates results. Yogi Berra once wittingly mused that ‘if you don’t know where you are going, you’ll end up someplace else’. That’s actually fine if you’re backpacking around Australia. But it’s not a sensible way to run a business. If […]

Categories: Change, High Performance, Meaning and purpose, Strategy, Strategy & Leadership, Uncategorized

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The case for corporate wellbeing

July 10, 2014 by

Every aspect of your team’s physical, mental, and emotional health is encompassed by corporate wellbeing. When we are stressed, off balance, unfocused, negative, or self-limiting – we don’t perform to our potential, and we also influence the way others act around us. SRA’s Corporate Wellbeing programs aim to provide tools and techniques that will help […]

Categories: Corporate Wellbeing, Uncategorized

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Fixing the wobbly table: ensuring your business structure enables your business strategy

April 02, 2014 by

How many times have you seen a new CEO come into a company and make sweeping changes in organisation structure… without really understanding how things work? Or companies that commit to a significant change in direction without ensuring they have the organisational structure to take them there? How many times have you seen companies that […]

Categories: Leadership, Strategy, Uncategorized

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Adjusting to change – my return to work

June 06, 2013 by

As the mother of two young children, returning to work was something I feared and welcomed in equal proportions. My fears and doubts were all the normal ones; am I doing the right thing by my children? Am I being selfish? What happens if my child needs me and I am not there? What if […]

Categories: Balance, Change, SRA, Uncategorized

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