How do you set boundaries, build accountability and motivate your team when the work never ends?
Welcome to Leading Generous Teams. A podcast dedicated to making leadership easier.
We bring you insights from leaders who are having an impact where
- resources are stretched,
- resilience is constantly tested,
- and the social issues and opportunities are never ending.
Hosted by Clare Desira, CEO of the Top Five Movement. Top Five Movement are a team of award-winning coaches with a vision to support generous leaders to have a bigger impact.
Our expertise lies in the practical application of neuroscience for sustainable behaviour change in the workplace.
We’re so excited to have Indi Clarke, Executive Officer of the Koorie Youth Council (KYC) as our guest today.
Born in Naarm (Melbourne) on Wurundjeri Country and raised in Mildura on Latji Latji Country, Indi Clarke is a proud Mutti Mutti, Wemba Wemba, Boon Wurrung, Trawlwoolway and Lardil man.
Indi is a passionate advocate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the power of strength-based approaches and Aboriginal knowledge systems. Indi believes that the path to positive change starts with empowered families and communities as well as a holistic approach to healing and wellbeing.
Indi is an award winning leader who sits on several governance committees and boards including as a board member of the Koorie Heritage Trust and is currently enjoying study, as one of the inaugural cohort members studying at Monash University completing his Masters of Indigenous Business Leadership.
Indi takes great pride contributing to work that gives back to his communities.
At the time of recording Indi had been the Executive Officer at KYC for five years and has since shifted roles to Abstarr.
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Other Links + Resources
- To learn more about the Koorie Youth Council see: https://koorieyouthcouncil.org.au/