the thriving leader

You’re busy looking after everyone else. But who’s looking after you?

Anchor yourself in this virtual place of belonging, learning and empowerment.

STARTS 24 JUNE 2021

People Leaders –
how are you feeling?

Hopeful, courageous and focussed… but also overwhelmed, exhausted and frazzled? You’re not alone!

Our latest research with Senior Business Leaders has unveiled the myriad of emotions we’re experiencing right now. It’s no wonder really. Everything we know about ‘work’ is changing. With that comes endless possibility, but also immense pressure!

Harnessing the collective wisdom, we’ve uncovered six ingredients to a Thriving YOU!

JOIN OUR NEXT
VIRTUAL EXPERIENCE

STARTING 24 JUNE FOR ONLY $25 PER WEEK

Each ‘Thriving Thursday’, we’ll come together virtually as a Collective to discover new ideas, be heard without judgement, support one another and co-create a better future.

OUR STORYTELLERS

These wonderful humans will be leading our discussions, sharing their lived experience and expertise with the tribe. More to be announced soon.
Dr Jenny Brockis

Dr Jenny Brockis

Medical doctor, lifestyle medicine physician and best-selling author

Sergeant Wayne Gatt

Sergeant Wayne Gatt

CEO of The Police Association of Victoria and architect of the nation-leading ‘Right to Disconnect’ enterprise agreement

Genevieve Hawkins

Genevieve Hawkins

General Manager Insurance at Coles Group and author of ‘Mentally At Work’

Meredith Wilson

Meredith Wilson

Executive coach, mentor and former corporate exec specialising in people & culture

Geoff McDonald

Geoff McDonald

Ex Global HR Director Unilever & Passionate global advocate for wellbeing in workplaces (UK)

Gillian Coutts

Gillian Coutts

Country Director of Potential Project and author creating a more human world of work

Heidi Dening

Heidi Dening

Award-winning authority and best-selling author on resilience, self-leadership and wellbeing

Greg Hawes

Greg Hawes

Meditation, mindfulness and EQ coach

Kay Clancy

Kay Clancy

Advocate for creating cultures of care with 30 years in financial services in senior and executive roles

Louise Kelly

Louise Kelly

Wellness coach, yoga instructor and entrepreneur

Fleur Marks

Fleur Marks

Pandemic wellbeing advisor, autoimmune disease & breast cancer warrior

Kirsty Robertson

Kirsty Robertson

CEO of Caritas Australia, passionate proponent for values-driven leadership

What We’ll Cover

Based on what YOU told us you need to thrive in 2021 we’ll dedicate a month to exploring each of these key ingredients:

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Boosting Energy and Resilience
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Building Boundaries

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Conscious Self Care and Wellbeing
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Navigating This New World of Work

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Inspiring a Culture of Care

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Creating and Maintaining a Confident Future Focus

“Claire & Sophie have curated an inspirational, supportive community of like-minded folk with a passion for creating human-centric, thriving and inclusive workplaces. The program was a rich source of thought leadership, compelling insight, personal wellbeing and joy – I have loved every minute. I only wish I had become involved sooner!”

Claire Stewart

Principal – Inclusion Collective

“My grandmother used to say ‘an empty jug can’t pour’. In this busy world it is easy to forget that. The Surviving to Thriving experience provided the gift of time, discreet, guilt-free, pockets of time to top up my jug with moments of quiet, moments of learning and the opportunity to be present with warm and talented people happy to share their knowledge and experience. Claire and Sophie created an environment that made anything possible with their calm, effortless and caring facilitation. My jug runneth over””

Kay Clancy

Director and Principal – Kay Clancy Consulting

How It Works

We’re bringing together the most impactful storytellers, inspiring thought-leaders and leading-edge experts to create a 6-month experience, just for you. This multi-dimensional experience is designed to transform you intellectually, physically, mentally and emotionally. The active learning program involves one of each of these sessions every Thriving Thursday – each one tackling one of your 6 key ingredients to thrive

Moment of Mindfulness

A midday meditation to calm, become present and focus on your transformation.

Movement & Mindset

Stretch/yoga session that will leave you feeling present, connected and empowered.

EXPERIENCE EXCHANGE

Three incredible storytellers share their experiences and unique concepts in daring to be different.

CO-CREATION HUDDLES

Let’s talk about YOU! Join your tribe in our virtual gathering to workshop your most pressing issues and challenges.

you’ll love it because:

Create your own experience from a menu of bite sized interactions and sessions, 15-60 mins each week
Each month is themed around what you told us are your key priorities to thrive as a people leader
Option to join live or catch-up later with the recordings
Access to a closed-group awesome bunch of humans who will support and inspire you along the way

The design, format, content, speakers and co-creation workshops that were part of the Surviving to Thriving Experience were beautifully led and curated, allowing total flexibility for participants to determine their own learning pathway. Lots of space to share knowledge, ideas, experiences, reflections, have a few laughs and connect with a cross section of game changers and thought leaders. The mindfulness practice, yoga and stretching classes helped to create a real sense of community and acted as a platform for a more deeply integrated and embodied style of learning. 11/10.”

Leesa Tongoulidis

Principal Consultant – Rise Consulting Pty Ltd

A SNEAK PEEK AT WHAT’S INSIDE!

element 1: Conscious Care and wellbeing

Moment of Mindfulness – with Greg Hawes

Thursday 24th June / 12.30-1.00pm

Explore and create your personal vision of a ‘thriving you’. Amplify a wish for wellbeing to others in your organisation and beyond.

Expert Experience Exchange

Thursday 1st July / 2.00-3.00pm

Be inspired and moved by our global storytellers who will share authentic journeys with self-care and making wellbeing at work an executive priority.

We’ll explore:

  • Start with why – the research proving self care and wellbeing leads to greater performance at work
  • Tried and tested habits that will make the most impact in our current reality
  • What’s stopping us? Overcoming common hurdles to invest in our own wellbeing
  • Latest thinking in how to build a movement of self care and wellbeing in your team and organisation

With:

Geoff McDonald

Geoff McDonald

Ex Global HR Director Unilever & Passionate global advocate for wellbeing in workplaces (UK)

Fleur Marks

Fleur Marks

Pandemic wellbeing advisor, autoimmune disease & breast cancer warrior

Heidi Dening

Heidi Dening

Award-winning authority and best-selling author on resilience, self-leadership and wellbeing

Movement and Mindset – with Louise Kelly

Thursday 8th July / 12.30-1.00pm

Identify which areas of yourself are already thriving and those that need focus and nurturing. Explore simple poses that will promote physical, mental, spiritual and financial wellbeing.

Co-Creation Huddles

Thursday 15th July / 12.30-1.30pm

Come together with the tribe to talk about YOU:

  • What areas of self-care are you excelling in? And where’s your biggest opportunity?
  • Sharing self-care tips that work for you
  • What new habits will you give a go?
  • What steps can you try to build a movement of self-care in your team?

 

Element 2: Boundaries to Prevent Burnout

Moment of Mindfulness – with Greg Hawes

Thursday 22nd July / 12.30-1.00pm

Celebrate all in your world that is important to you – the things that bring you joy, security, satisfaction. Explore what it truly means to be a successful, thriving leader.

Expert Experience Exchange

Thursday 29th July / 12.30-1.30pm

Be inspired by our CEO storytellers who will share their own experiences experimenting with boundaries between work and home life – both for themselves and for their people.

We’ll explore:

  • Start with why – the factors creating our ‘always on’ culture and its impact on us and our people
  • How to juggle time for work, home, parenting and play – what works and what doesn’t?
  • How do we create a culture in our team or workplace where boundaries are respected?

With:

Sergeant Wayne Gatt

Sergeant Wayne Gatt

CEO of The Police Association of Victoria and architect of the nation-leading ‘Right to Disconnect’ enterprise agreement

Kirsty Robertson

Kirsty Robertson

CEO of Caritas Australia, passionate proponent for values-driven leadership

Gillian Coutts

Gillian Coutts

Country Director of Potential Project and author creating a more human world of work

Movement and Mindset – with Louise Kelly

Thursday 5th August / 12.30-1.00pm

Appreciate your many ‘hats’ and your place in this world. Explore quick, simple techniques that will help you focus on what’s in front of you

Co-Creation Huddles

Thursday 12th August / 12.30-1.30pm

Come together with the tribe to talk about YOU:

  • Check in – how has your new self-care habit worked for you? Will you keep it up, or try new?
  • Sharing with the tribe tips for creating and respecting work life boundaries
  • What new habit will you give a go?
  • What steps can you try to build a culture of respecting boundaries in your team?

 

Contact Us

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Whether you want to learn more about one of our experiences, have a question to ask, or simply want to say HELLO, fill out your details below and we’ll be in touch soon.

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