JUST ANNOUNCED: ‘Wellbeing, Leadership and Teams’ Presentation and Q&A by Dr Kathryn Williams

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JUST ANNOUNCED!

Presentation and Q&A with Dr Kathryn Williams
RETURN ON CHARACTER:
THE NEW BOTTOM LINE

Wellbeing, Leadership and Teams

Can a leader’s positive characteristics and values act as the “Source Code” for successful performance in organisations? Can leaders and their teams learn the character habits needed to claim greater success?

In this presentation, Dr Kathryn Williams (pictured) will present evidence drawn from a multi-year research project that organisations with leaders and teams who exhibit the character habits of successful leadership, including integrity, responsibility, forgiveness, and compassion, have tangible results for the bottom line.

This is a unique opportunity for professionals to hear Dr Kathryn Williams present on the practical ideas, processes, and initiatives that leaders and teams can use to strengthen character. Find out how your workplace can improve innovation, build more effective workforce engagement, promote stronger collaborative alliances and customer/client relationships, and boost financial returns for all stakeholders, and have your questions answered in an exclusive Q&A session with this world class leader.

Dr Kathryn Williams is a co-founder of KRW International and an accomplished individual executive coach and group process facilitator with deep clinical and executive development experience.

Dr Williams works with elite senior leaders of Fortune 500 corporations, foundations, and major non-profits, concentrating her efforts in the areas of executive leadership assessment and development. For more information on Dr Williams, please click here.

Wednesday 21 September
10am – 11.30am
The Science Exchange, 55 Exchange Place, Adelaide

Tickets $55 (GST inc)
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Updated understanding : CSA

Something which causes an amount of misunderstanding is how other people, unaffected by child sexual abuse only believe that there is only one form of abuse. Anything else is simply ‘imagined’. The Royal Commission clearly outlines CSA:

physical abuse;

sexual abuse;

emotional abuse;

verbal abuse;

social abuse;

economic abuse; and

spiritual abuse.

http://www.alrc.gov.au/publications/family-violence—child-support-and-family-assistance,/child-support-laws#_ftn5

Share your story (from Royal Commission)

Royal Commission & Brisbane Boys' College

If you were sexually abused as a child in an Australian institution, like a school, church or sports club, you can tell your story to the Royal Commission.

There are two main ways to share your story with us – in person at a private session, or you can provide a written account.

Registrations for a private session are closing on 30 September 2016

More than 5,500 private sessions have been held and around 1,500 people are currently waiting for a private session. Due to this demand, the Royal Commission will close registrations for private sessions on 30 September 2016.

Read more about the closure of private session registrations.

Private sessions

A private session allows survivors to speak directly with a Commissioner about their experiences, in a private and comfortable place.

Registrations for private sessions will close on 30 September 2016.

Provide a written account

Many people share their story…

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Share your story (from Royal Commission)

If you were sexually abused as a child in an Australian institution, like a school, church or sports club, you can tell your story to the Royal Commission.

There are two main ways to share your story with us – in person at a private session, or you can provide a written account.

Registrations for a private session are closing on 30 September 2016

More than 5,500 private sessions have been held and around 1,500 people are currently waiting for a private session. Due to this demand, the Royal Commission will close registrations for private sessions on 30 September 2016.

Read more about the closure of private session registrations.

Private sessions

A private session allows survivors to speak directly with a Commissioner about their experiences, in a private and comfortable place.

Registrations for private sessions will close on 30 September 2016.

Provide a written account

Many people share their story with the Commissioners in writing. Providing your story in writing means your story will still be read by a Commissioner, however you will not meet a Commissioner in person as you would in a private session.

Royal Commission – Share your story

Prestigious private schools face multi-million dollar lawsuits from alleged abuse victims

Some of Australia’s most prestigious private schools are being sued for millions of dollars by men who allege they were sexually abused by teachers and staff.

Sydney lawyer Ross Koffel is bringing multiple claims for damages in the NSW Supreme Court against schools including The Scots College, Knox Grammar, Waverley College and De La Salle, Revesby Heights.

Mr Koffel told the ABC he had been approached by a large number of men who allege they were abused at private schools around the country.

“It just seemed to me to be the same problem in school after school after school and it surprised us how many schools, how many students are affected,” Mr Koffel said.
“It is a systemic problem in the institutions, in the schools. We’re alleging sexual abuse of the students during school hours in most cases and on the school premises, and it just really couldn’t be worse.”

Ten separate claims against The Scots College, Knox Grammar, Waverley College and De La Salle College, Revesby Heights have been lodged and another two claims will be lodged in coming months.

Mr Koffel said he is investigating another eight claims against other schools.

Do you know more about this story? Email investigations@abc.net.au

/ continued… ABC news

Further details uncovered

After meeting with another CSA Survivor of Buchanan’s behaviours in the 1980’s, more common traits have stood out. Following a similar meet with a CSA Survivor of Secondary abuse, resulting from Buchanan’s initial abuses, there is no wonder that Institutions (Churches, Schools, Teams etc) invest more in silencing this explosive tigers-dragons-mines!

Names of involved staff will soon be posted…

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Dubious BBC Staff

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GM Cujes – Headmaster (BBC & Trinity)

Graeme Thomson – Headmaster

Alan Bradley – (lover of caning buttocks; S&M?)

(Anthony) Kim Buchanan – Rudd & Hamilton

Michael Golding – Music

Phil Noy – Biology

Peter Overlack – Accounting

Brett Dutton – (?)

Bullying victim sues Brisbane Boys’ College for $600k

Bullying victim sues Brisbane Boys’ College for $600k

Aside from frequent mention of $7,000 per Survivor of Child Sexual Abuse from previous Teachers, this Article presents a different result (with further Legal action). From various comments other CSA Survivors have made, often it’s not the money that can make up for things which should never be taken.

Brisbane-Ipswich Support Group

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Following some recent News, Calls & Messages – Living Well has been suggested by knowmore as a suitable Mens focussed Support Group & their partners, friends and family and service providers. Material is starting to be collected, allowing for small gatherings of ‘Peers’ (other guys who survived similar ordeals). So far, responses have been made by Old Collegians of BBC & past students from Ipswich Grammar School is another known location of a convicted ‘Butch‘. Together with knowmore and Living Well, support and assistance is available.

Please send a WP Message, SMS 0410 277 791 or eMail tony.anstatt@optusnet.com.au.

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