Handing over the batton

Handing over the batton

I got tingles yesterday when a group of leaders from Resthaven Incorporated described their creation. They spoke about being committed to the company for many many years and walked a long path – it was time to hand over the batton to others as they retire soon....
It gets awkward sometimes

It gets awkward sometimes

I have had many awkward moments at events because I rarely drink alcohol. I was reminded of this last night when I went to Patritti Wines  as there are many non alcoholic options in this winery. I remember walking into a networking event at a very flashy...
Women, Wisdom and Wellbeing

Women, Wisdom and Wellbeing

It was fabulous to travel to Berri to come together to share wellbeing tools, lived experience stories, expressing with scribbles and having a laugh as part of the Women’s, Wisdom and Wellbeing event. It is incredible to MC this event and interview Leesa Scanlan...
Do you have your ducks in a row?

Do you have your ducks in a row?

I was so impressed this week when I was doing 1:1 wellbeing checkins and a staff member came ready with a folder full of ducks to work out what their next steps were.  They had a lot of different competing priorities, opportunities presenting themselves and...
Why do you do with the sharks?

Why do you do with the sharks?

There was an a metaphor in todays ‘whats on your plate’ workshop at Flinders University that speaks to our humanness. A participant represented life as a boat on the sea – where sometimes it’s rough and other times smooth sailing. They reflected on the...
This is heartening

This is heartening

Two things that happened in the past week or so have me feeling heartened about how we support one another and the fact that we can all make a difference by having a mental health conversation. Someone rang me as they noticed that a person we both know had changed...