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Sean interviewed in 'Workplace Culture & The NDIS'

Sean interviewed in 'Workplace Culture & The NDIS'

16 December 2019

Our CEO, Sean, was recently interviewed in Workplace Culture & The NDIS - A Guide for Leaders in the Australian Disability Sector, a new publication by Fran Connelley, author of the best-selling 'How to thrive under the NDIS'. 

 

in the interview, Sean discusses the future of the National Disability Insurance Scheme of teamwork and explore how to overcome the various issues that arise daily within the disability sector.

 

Sean also provides valuable insights into Plan Partners' operations and unique workplace culture, which is strongly focused on team work and positivity. 

 

Below is a short excerpt of the interview:

 

As CEO, how important is culture to you? How do you keep the team up when they might be going through a really tough time?

There is nothing more important than teamwork and the camaraderie that our people show towards each other. Whether it is coaching them to help them work through a problem, whether it’s having a laugh or having a chat when you see that someone needs it (e.g. you may have overheard a difficult phone call).
 

Whatever the issue, we encourage our team to be there for each other.
 

There is nothing more important than the way our people treat each other on a daily basis; that’s the way we do things at Plan Partners.
 

This comes through in the set of values that we have created:

  • We put people first
  • We demonstrate integrity
  • We own it
  • We’re one team'

 


'Workplace Culture & The NDIS' is available for purchase online at FC Marketing.

Read the full interview here.

 

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