Disability and Accessibility - Free Workshops in Bunbury


The words 'Disability' and 'Accessibility' are thrown around a fair bit these days.  But do you really understand what they really mean? Do you really have a handle on inclusion?  Why not find out from people that understand it better than most?

Ben Aldridge and the team at 30 Foot Drop are proud to present a fully funded program called 2 Wise Monkeys - a workshop series that seeks to help both executives and people working with customers to change their view on disabilities.   

Venue: ECU CBD LEARNING HUB, downstairs @ Maker + Co, Bunbury
Dates: 10th & 11th October

Head over to the 2 Wise Monkeys website and find out more.  

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Lateral Leaders Program

Go Geo and Combined Team Services have teamed up to deliver the Lateral Leaders Program, set to start in October.

The Lateral Leaders Program is designed to create a culture of lateral leadership within the Bunbury Geographe region, listening to and learning from existing and proven leaders.

Believing that not all learning needs to be book based, especially with entrepreneurial, lateral thinking individuals who are more creative in a hands-on approach than they are studious, the Lateral Leaders Program is hands-on, delivering live projects in teams throughout the region. These projects include looking at project plans and feasibilities for combatting empty shops within the CBD, exporting regional produce to international markets, event planning for cruise ship passenger arrivals, and attracting international sporting bodies to the region.

The Lateral Leaders Program will be run concurrently in 2 streams – one for students looking to receive a Diploma of Leadership and Management, as well as those attending individual sessions for Personal Development.  More information is available on the Go Geo website - or send us your expression of interest via our website.  Enrolment in the Nationally Recognised Qualification is only available at a discounted price for participants who are registered to attend the Lateral Leadership Program.

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Mental Fitness Summit 2018

Creating Mentally Fit Workplaces

Just like training for physical fitness, getting mentally fit has a wide range of benefits for individuals, including resilience, fulfillment and improved wellbeing. Proactive approaches to mental fitness can benefit organisations as well, contributing to improved company culture, innovation and organisational development, leading to productivity and an engaged workforce.

The inaugural Mental Fitness Summit 2018 is themed "Creating Mentally Fit Workplaces".
No other conference in Australia offers a comprehensive approach to mental fitness in the workplace.
Attendees come away from the Summit armed with meaningful and practical tools to ensure they can adopt and implement ideas in their lives and in their workplaces.

We are proud to announce John K Williams - our Managing Director and Co-Author of "Mindfit" - How to create a kick-ass workforce and achieve long-term business excellence" is a keynote speaker at this summit.  



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MINDFIT - Creating a Kickass Workforce

mindfitWorkplace stress and burnout is a multi-billion-dollar problem affecting organisations.

The impacts of workplace stress and burnout include low productivity and profitability, rampant presenteeism and absenteeism, alarming workplace safety performance and workers compensation claims, poor quality assurance, high negative staff turnover and even, sometimes, work-related suicide. How do you solve such complex problems when the root cause is often nebulous or emotionally-charged?

Workplace mental fitness is the answer.

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The CEO Institute WA Summit 2018

"Today, business leaders are searching for an edge, a differentiator in the market - first to survive, then to thrive.  Innovation goes beyond technical wizardry and research. It is not a one-off event or action; it is a constant." - CEO Institute


Business is never easy, even if the formula of service delivery is simple.  

There are hundreds, sometimes thousands of others out there in the market that are doing it profitably for less or using technologies and processes that you have not considered. 

Therefore being able to be a part of such a great summit and hearing from those who are innovative leaders across a range of industry areas is a great privelege. 

"Not only do you learn how they are doing it but you can turn their ideas into your own.  It is also such a great place to benchmark yourself and your success.  Every panel discussion bombards you with ah....hah moments and ideas".   

Left to right - John Williams - Managing Director Combined Team Services, Ancrun Hubbard Director - Sure People, Kris Harold Director - LinkPADD.

Here are some that I picked up yesterday when I attended the CEO Institute - WA Summit.

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