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We believe that we can change the way that people help people, but we need your help, if you or your organisation are looking to have a more significant and relevant impact in the world, get in touch. Building Character In Organisations. Tired of the same old irrelevant, inefficient and buzz-word filled cookie cutter approaches to staff development, mental health, impact management, and culture change in your organisation? So are we. That's why we are the best in the business at real culture change. Cutting through the double-speak to the core of the issues plaguing organisations who are struggling to link their vision with the way they operate, their impact in the world and how they look after their staff and clientele.
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Get in touch , our business is helping people, help people. We want to see you better looking after each other and those around your organisation, we believe you'd like to do that too. Teaching Resilience and Understanding, Not Comparison. We want to change the way people help people. To do that, we need to continually improve the understanding of the needs of communities and causes of disadvantag e. To do that, we actually need to guide people to mastering their own character in order to develop perspective that allows them to understand other people's circumstances.
On this mission, we have seen children being 'taught' disadvantage in a way that actually harms their capacity for resilience and real understanding, not through any bad intent, but through confusion as to the best way to develop understanding and agency for people of all ages.
Image Courtesy of Mums 4 Refugees This week we have gotten angry about current proposals to allow discrimination in schools based on sexuality, and the continuing blatant mistreatment of asylum seekers on Manus Island and Nauru. With mental health day yesterday, we need to speak up to ensure that we create environments that foster inclusivity and opportunity for all, in order to provide avenues to improved mental health for everyone.
We've come a long way with encouraging men to speak up about their poor mental health and to let people know when they are struggling. But what are we doing after that? The Just Be Nice Project is committed to not only improving the conversation around mental health, but also improving the access to the material support required to create environments where people can flourish. You can support our work by subscribing and becoming a JBN Legend Here , we can't do it without the support of our amazing partners and subscribers.
Helping People, Help People; Where do we start? Is that the best we can do?
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Absolutely not. The end game, and point of help, should always be about what happens for the person in need. Teaching people what effective looks like for people in need, rather than finding ways to make people feel good about attempts at help, is the real future of helping people, help people.
Our work at the Just Be Nice Project is about harnessing the potential of every organisation and individual into effective impacts for those in need, while remaining engaging, relevant and worthwhile to those providing the help. There is a better way. Where To From Here? As we end the week with a different Prime Minister to the one we started seven days ago, it is time for us to ask ourselves, where to from here? Do we want to be a country that celebrates success by creating an environment in which anyone who is so inclined, has the support and opportunity to pursue it, in whatever area they wish to achieve success?
Do we want to be a country that looks after the most vulnerable? That by looking after the most vulnerable that are already here, set a precedent for those who may seek help from elsewhere. Do we want to be a country that ensures that the people who live here reap the benefits of the ever improving economy of energy and food production.
Ensuring that everyone has access to power, water and food without the artificial price-raising of enterprise attacking the access of basic necessities for communities, businesses and individuals across the country. Do we want to be a country that leads the way, not in number, but in policy and innovation, in the direction of economic conservation.
Protecting our environment and amazing natural resources not only for today but for future generations. Do we want to be known as world-leaders in environmental protection and energy production, or as followers, bowing to the concerns of the quarterly profit reports of large multi-national corporations.
Do we want to be a country that values the education of all its children? Or do we want to prioritise the education of those living in certain postcodes? Do we want to be a country that acknowledges and addresses, effectively and in the long-term, the concerns and difficulties faced by our indigenous peoples? Or do we want to make excuses, blame those who have been dispossessed and disrupted by colonisation and ignore the glaring inequality of opportunity that plagues these communities?
Do we want a country run by in-fighting, character poor, news poll pandering, race-baiting, dog whistling rhetoricians?
Or by politicians who understand the needs of Australians and the possibilities that their office brings to unite a country under values of true acceptance, mateship and understanding. Do we want to engage further in the politics of division? Or do we want to hold those with the greatest capacity for positive change accountable to actually making that change. Are we committed to rewarding those who play the long game?
Those who believe that everyone can do better, if we all work together.
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That removing the barriers to everyone living those lives is a noble priority. Can we acknowledge that people want connection and contribution.
That a happy country is one that isn't only not fighting with itself, but not fighting with others. A strong country is one that is comfortable with its identity, with its ability to win over new citizens, leading by example. As we enter yet another leadership change and head towards another federal election, we have a number of important decisions to make, individually and collectively.