We work with a lot of teams in crisis. And where leaders are blindsided by incident after incident, we see the opportunity for people to find a performance edge and not miss the leadership lessons this crisis will bring.

This is what we talked about with Kelly Quirke, Royal Canin ANZ’s Vet Advocacy Director on our Leading Generous Teams podcast this week.

We discussed how Kel has captured the leadership lessons after years of leading teams through issues and crises.

With more than 15 years’ experience in managing crises and communications for leading global organisations, Kelly currently leads the veterinary business for Australia & New Zealand. This includes managing health outcomes for pets and partnering with organisations to improve the long-term sustainability of the people working in the veterinary industry.

In this episode:

  • How Kel fuels and engages her team and industry

  • The one thing Kel does to ensure she never misses a leadership lesson

  • Insights into techniques for resetting + recharging leadership

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If you require further information or support about issues raised in this episode please contact Lifeline Australia 13 11 14 or for dedicated mental health support for First Nations people contact 13YARN or 13 92 76.

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