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Launch Housing’s Tanya Armstrong on How to Fuel Team Resilience When Work Feels Very, Very Hard

Welcome to another interview from Leading Generous Teams, where we’ll be chatting with leaders about how they’re supporting their teams through the difficulties of COVID-19 and where they are finding their own support. In this episode Tanya Armstrong, General Manager at Launch Housing, talks about refuelling team resilience when the work feels very, very hard. Launch provide high quality housing and an innovative range of support, education and employment services. They bring together solutions [...]

Cube Group’s Ben Schramm on Why Investing in a Growth Mindset Pays Off

Welcome to another interview from Leading Generous Teams, where we’ll be chatting with leaders about how they’re supporting their teams through the difficulties of COVID-19 and where they are finding their own support. In this episode we chat with Ben Schramm from Cube Group  about why investing in a growth mindset pays off. As founder and managing partner of Cube Group, a purpose-driven consultancy with a strong vision for a [...]

First Nations Disability Network’s Damian Griffis on Building Resilience Even When the Work Never Ends

Welcome to another interview from Leading Generous Teams, where we’ll be chatting with leaders about how they’re supporting their teams through the difficulties of COVID-19 and where they are finding their own support. In this episode we chat with Damian Griffis, CEO at First Peoples Disability Network Australia, about building resilience even when the work never ends. Damian is a descendant of the Worimi people of the Manning Valley in New South Wales. He's [...]

Ambulance Victoria’s Michelle Murphy on Resilience Lessons From the Frontline

Welcome to another interview from Leading Generous Teams, where we’ll be chatting with leaders about how they’re supporting their teams through the difficulties of COVID-19 and where they are finding their own support. In this episode we caught up with Michelle Murphy from Ambulance Victoria, who shares resilience lessons from the frontline. As an award recognised paramedic who has worked both on the frontline and in leadership positions at Ambulance Victoria for almost three [...]

Who Gives A Crap’s Simon Griffiths on 10 Million Reasons to Build Team Resilience

Welcome to another interview from Leading Generous Teams, where we’ll be chatting with leaders about how they’re supporting their teams through the difficulties of COVID-19 and where they are finding their own support. In this episode we caught up with Simon Griffiths, CEO of Who Gives a Crap. You're likely to know this Aussie brand that sells good looking, forest friendly toilet paper, paper towels and tissues direct-to-consumer. Who Gives A Crap donates 50% [...]

7 reasons NOT to hire us to build your teams’ resilience and wellbeing

We get it. Another potentially cheesy team workshop? Eye roll. But we know building team resilience and wellbeing is important. Here are 7 reasons why you should definitely NOT hire Top Five to support your team! Reason 1: You love sitting on the sidelines and waiting until your team is in crisis mode At Top Five, we’re all about giving proactive tools for building team resilience and wellbeing. If you love people sobbing in your [...]

EXPERT INSIGHT: The Waiting Zone That Many of us Don’t Realise We’re Stuck In

In our sixth bonus episode, host Clare Desira, expands on opportunities for generous leaders to proactively build their own resilience, well being and mental health and extend this to their teams. In this episode, Clare shares: A waiting zone that we often don't realise we're stuck in  A few things Clare has learnt in almost 20 years working in this space  Three ways to get out of the waiting zone  [...]

How do pandemic wellbeing tips stack up against long term wellbeing models?

Our recent podcast episode Five Ways to Avoid Burnout + Recharging on the Fly explores the positive psychology PERMA model for sustainable wellbeing. In the middle of a global pandemic, it's of course normal for the idea of long term wellbeing to be far from our minds. Interestingly, many specific tips for wellbeing and mental health during the current crisis also align with this long term model of wellbeing, PERMA. We enjoyed mapping a few examples of [...]

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