Director Supportah Network, Director – Employee Litigation Fair Work Claims
Jenny Brice was referred to me what I had an all-too-familiar business dilemma where with business growth, staff that were once generalists needed greater role definition meaning they had to let go of some areas of work and to have a focus on where their expertise best lies.
I worked with Jenny for the month leading up to our adventure to JB’s Conference centre. Supportah is a workplace advocacy firm that deals head on with the results of the changing workforce, from dismissals to discrimination. Jenny was uniquely qualified to facilitate our day, which began with a bus ride from Brisbane.
On the bus trip to Eumundi Jenny had my team deeply engaged as they learned about what happens inorganisations that leaves people behind and what the changing workforce means to the work that we do. There is not two ways about it, Jenny is a thought leader in this space. The feedback from the team including “Amazing”; “Wow”, “She must have cost a fortune, thanks boss”; and “That trip felt like 20 minutes.
At the conference centre, JB facilitated our team looking at their legacy and Supportah’s legacy while strolling through the beautifully rejuvenated native acerage, culminating in us putting a jig-saw together of all our moving parts of the business. We finished with an exquisite lunch, the likes not seen at the finest of restaurants.
The benefits of Jenny’s time have had lasting impacts on our team. Indeed on a daily basis, the jigsaw pieces are used in our workflows and accountability reports.
Jenny is a gifted facilitator, thought leader and conferences centre host. I really cannot image using anyone else for the next stage of helping my team grow with the business.