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HI! My name is Carla. And after 25 years of corporate experience leading local, national and international operational and customer service teams, it’s fair to say I’ve dealt with my share of employee engagement and retention challenges.
Whether you’re managing a locally based team or you have a remote team around Australia or overseas, attracting the right candidates and keeping your team engaged, can occupy a lot of management time. I recognise these challenges because I’ve been there too.
After countless attempts of trying to find a system or a strategy that I could replicate, it wasn’t until I commenced a 3-year leadership development and coaching program that pieces of the jigsaw started to come together.
Since then I’ve successful increased staff retention – moved a team of 28 from 30% annual retention to 100% retention that was maintained over a 14-month period. I’ve helped a national team of 120 shift from a self-preservation culture to team collaboration, I’ve educated leaders on generational gaps and how to effectively close them, and I’ve assisted business owners with their recruitment approach and engagement activities.
And the good news – you don’t need to study for years to get the solution. I’ve done the hard work, I’ve tested these strategies, and I’ve experienced real results. I started this business so I could share these strategies with you. If you have engagement and retention challenges, please don’t wait as long as I did for the solution. Let’s connect and have a conversation.
ABOUT MY LOGO
The inspiration for my business logo… comes from my interpretation of the aboriginal meeting place symbol. It reflects the coming together of individuals and it’s my way of bringing a part of my late father and his families aboriginal heritage into my business. My aboriginal heritage is aligned to the Wotjobaluk people, who originate from the Ebenezer mission station in Western Victoria. I acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work.