My Home Life Australia
Leadership Support Program

  • Module 1: 2 days
  • Module 2:  1 day
  • 6 x half day Action Learning Sessions
  • Graduation

February/ March Program
  • Module 1: 4 - 5 September
  • Module 2: 26 September 
  • Action Learning half day sessions first Thursday of each month from October 2018 - April 2019 
  • Graduation - May 2019 

Please register your interest for the September program below.

Centred on evidenced based practice the following learning outcomes are covered in the My Home Life Leadership Support Program:
  • Appreciative inquiry
  • Transformational leadership
  • Relationship-centred care
  • Caring conversations
  • Managing change and quality improvement
  • Managing conflict and complexity
  • Working in partnership
  • Reflective practice
  • Resilence and stress management

the Facilitators

Sue Ostojic
Executive Office, SA Innovation Hub 

Sue is an Organisational Development professional with broad experience in a range of for-profit and not for profit organisations. Her vision is to work with organisations and people to improve work cultures that are positive and resilient places where people can develop to be the best that they can be.

Sue is an experienced and engaging facilitator who designs and delivers adaptive, strengths based leadership programs as the Executive Office of the SA Innovation Hub and as a private consultant.

A graduate of the University of Adelaide with a Bachelor of Arts,
Sue also holds a Graduate Diploma of Corporate Management, Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Advanced Diploma of Business (HR), is a certified MBTI practitioner and is currently working towards certification as a Character Strengths (CAPP) practitioner.

Sue is excited to be part of the My Home Life initiative as a way to help organisations transition and transform to customer facing cultures with the customer at the centre of all we do and to give managers tools, skills and capabilities to lead and coach their staff through changing times.

Margot Strachan 
Human Resources Manager, Kalyra Communities

Margot Strachan is a human resource professional who has a passion for leadership development to improve outcomes for individuals, organisations and the people they serve. For the last 10 years, she has worked in the Aged Care sector, experiencing the significant change the industry is exposed to. With a further 15 years’ experience managing not-for profit community organisations, she draws on her experience of the sector, leadership, communication and change management to support individuals to improve their communication skills, increase their strategic focus, lead more effectively and better manage the organisational change process.

A graduate of Deakin University, Graduate Diploma of Human Resources, Margot also has a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Margot is an experienced facilitator of learning programs with a clear presentation style and an ability to engage with people at all levels.
Register here to be  a part of My Home Life
Register your details to be a part of the My Home Life Australia, Leadership Support Program in September  2018.