Freerthinking is audacious.
Leadership Coaching and Life Hacking
Mary Freer works with some of the most vibrant, creative and determined leaders and executives, giving them the tools to walk in the world without fear and to expand their leadership reach.
The little video below highlights a one day event being held in Melbourne on the 21st September 2018 and in Adelaide on the 19th October 2018.
Mary Freer coaches in Seth Godin’s altMBA and has worked with leaders across the world as they step up and stretch towards their edge. Mary believes that most of us don’t maximise our potential, instead we get tripped up by language that is limiting rather than expansive, by opinions that are undermining rather than liberating.
“Mary created a safe space where I could test out possibilities before I took them into the world. I feel like I am becoming the best version of me. The feedback I get from others just confirms that I am striding at a whole new pace.”
Contact Mary here
Develop innovative platforms for change
At Freerthinking we have powered some of the most ambitious social change platforms. Change Day Australia grew from a conversation at a kitchen table late one night into one of the most powerful grass roots quality improvement movements in Australia.
We know how to create momentum, motivate change agents, and mobilise people around a shared purpose. We understand how to harness digital media and quiet conversation. We celebrate the audacity that dares to take risks to see great things happen.
Wellbeing at Work
We are turning old ideas about Employee Assistance Programs on their head. We’ve introduced Breathing Space, a program where we provide assistance at the place where people work, the place where conflict arises and where great teams flourish. Read more about our coaching, counselling, meditation and yoga service at Breathing Space.
Develop powerful coalitions for change
We facilitate large scale workshops and gatherings that bring people together around a shared purpose. You’ll find Freerthinking running schools for change makers, two day gatherings for kindness makers,intensive workshops for innovators or high stakes symposiums for large organisations and governments.
Compassionate Lab is a creative and intensive 2 day workshop delivered in a different way. Participants come together for two days and spend some time in reflection, some time learning and some time practicing new ideas and skills. The aim is to develop compassionate leaders and clinicians who will build a sustainable and robust health system for our future. These Labs draw on up to the minute neuroscientific research to help us understand how stress impacts on our physiology; how our leadership style can create positive change and how to build person centred health care teams where trust flourishes.
You can participate in a Compassionate Lab by arranging for your organisation to host a 1 or 2 Day workshop bringing together a maximum of 30 participants. We can work with you to arrange a venue, catering and promotional material.
We teach people to tell great stories. Stories that capture the heart and mind of the listener. Stories that will be remembered long after the data is forgotten. In our creation of stories we can learn how to draw on our values to manage both the anxiety and the exhilaration of agency.
We think in story. It’s hardwired into our brain. It’s how we make strategic sense of the otherwise overwhelming world around us.
Lisa Cron, Wired for Story
Facilitate critical conversations
Hard conversations require us to show up and hold space for an outcome that will emerge over time. Freerthinking has developed a reputation for addressing the impacts of bullying, harassment and intimidation. We deliver workshops that teach people how to have hard conversations that name bullying behaviour while building team cohesiveness and commitment to respect.
The Gathering of Kindness is an example where we have partnered with the AIPFCC to create a conversation over two days where the current culture of healthcare can be openly discussed and a new future can be developed. These conversations are spacious and enlivening.