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.
Today we chat with Claire Robbs, CEO of Life Without Barriers. As one of Australia’s largest charitable organisations, Life Without Barriers supports around 25,000 people each year in the areas of disability support, aged care, mental health, drug and alcohol services, services for refugees and people seeking asylum, and support for some of Australia’s most vulnerable children, young people and families in the child protection system in out of home care.
During the pandemic, Claire was sought out by various government committees to provide guidance and advice on the impact of COVID on vulnerable people in our communities, like the Charities Crisis Cabinet.
In this episode:
Claire shares what what it really takes to build strong, confident + resilient leadership
Claire shares was she does to support her own mental health, mindset + resilience + how this extends to her team
Host, Clare Desira, expands on some of Claire’s most important tips + leaves you with a practical tips to try yourself and with your teams
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Clare Desira is the CEO and founder of the Top Five Movement and has worked with thousands of people in 40 countries to build a stronger mindset. Clare is an International Coach of the Year, a Top 10 Mental Health Speaker and has been named a trending Mental Fitness, Leadership + Culture speaker.
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