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Julie Gillespie Team Coaching Resilience Coaching

Building Resilience & Sustainability
Connected Teams, Leaders & Organisation 

Leaders and teams are expected to adapt quickly and operate in uncertainty, while still managing high job demands. This can lead to disengagement and burnout.

To build and sustain a resilient organisation, leaders, and teams must be strengths-enabled to expand capacity. For optimal performance, they need to be connected in a meaningful way, and centre what they are DOING in their collective capabilities.   

Building Connected Teams

Building strengths-enabled, resilient teams is action based and expands capacity. For teams to be running optimally, they need to be connected in a meaningful way, and centre what they are DOING in their collective capabilities.   

Program Framework - Building Connected Teams

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Building Capacity for Leaders

Leaders need to be reflective in building self-awareness and seek feedback from their team to ensure that what they are DOING, aligns with what is needed, to lead a productive and robust team.

Program Framework - Building Capacity for Leaders

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Building Organisational Resilience

This work needs to be Organisation Enabled. So what does this mean? The organisation must ensure that Mental Health, Inclusion, Wellbeing, Workload, Risk, Safety, etc, are not treated as separate topics that are dealt with outside of the board room. To be resilient, an organisation must weave the elements of a connected culture through the very fabric of an organisation's business strategy.

A resilient organisation is one that can absorb and adapt in a changing environment to enable it to deliver its objectives and to survive and prosper.
(ISO 22316:2017 Organizational resilience – Principles and attributes – published in 2017)

Program Framework - Building Organisational Resilience

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Adapted from the Organisational Attributes and Indicators Model | Good Business Guide | Commonwealth Govt Aust

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Mental Health First Aid® Workplace Recognition Program

The Mental Health First Aid® Workplace Recognition Program celebrates organisations across Australia who invest in developing mental health first aid skills in their people and who show a strong commitment to embedding the MHFA™ training into their organisation’s culture; through actions like senior leadership support, relevant policies, supporting Mental Health First Aid® Officers and continuous improvement.

Julie partners with your organisation to develop, implement, and measure effective actions that embed the MHFA™ network into the workplace. This program improves corporate reputation and culture and contributes to employees valuing the role and skills of Mental Health First Aiders® in their workplace.

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Julie Gillespie eMBA MHFA