A Focus on Mental Health
A Change in Direction for Dolphyn’s Rob Sams – Working More Closely With Lifeline
Some of you may know of my association with Lifeline Hunter Central Coast (LLHCC) where I have been working as a volunteer Director since November 2012. From next month, I will be working more closely with LLHCC after agreeing to a secondment as Chief Executive Officer (CEO). I am looking forward to continuing to support Lifeline in this more hands on leadership role. It co-insides with my commencement as a volunteer Face-to-Face Counselor with Lifeline. It is a privilege to work in an organisation alongside so many other ‘helping’ people who follow such an important cause.
There are energising times ahead for Lifeline in Australia and it is with much pride that I continue my association with an organisation that exists for people and in community with them; especially at a time when they may need it the most. Lifeline is a ‘helping’ organisation, something that resonates well with our approach at Dolphyn. You’ll learn more about this as you read through this Newsletter.
What Does This Mean for Dolphyn?
The work of Dolphyn will continue as usual through members of our ‘Community in Practice’ including:
- Hayden Collins from Risk Intelligence in Victoria
- James Ellis from Framework Group in NSW
- Gab Carlton from Resilyence in the ACT
- Roy Fitzgerald from Meta Dymensions in WA
We will also continue with our new series of ‘Humainsing Workers Compensation’ Workshops (see below) that are being co-facilitated with James Ellis. Our next Workshop is being held at the iconic Wayside Chapel in Sydney’s Kings Cross. You can secure your place at this Workshop by clicking HERE.
On a personal level, I will continue to work with a few select long term clients including Harris Farm Markets, along with some exciting new work we are doing with the team at Bluescope Stee. l will also be continuing my role in supporting the Centre for Leadership and Learning in Risk.
It’s bound to be a busy and exciting twelve months ahead. The ‘adventure’ continues, thanks for being a part of it.
You can read the Full Newsletter HERE.