At ConNetica we work with our clients to assist them to identify and embed agreed values and behaviours into every day work practice. We have undertaken these value and behaviour clarification session.. Read More
At ConNetica we work with our clients to enable them to manage their staffs’ performance, constructively and proactively. 0ur mantra is that good work deserves praise and poor work deserves .. Read More
Recruitment and Selection
At ConNetica, we work with our clients to explore and identify their personal and professional networks that can be accessed to disseminate knowledge about the benefits of working in their organis.. Read More
At ConNetica we work closely with our clients to ensure that the issues that we are evaluating are clarified and agreed with key stakeholders. This determines what data ConNetica collects and the meth.. Read More
At ConNetica, we work with our clients to gather and use evidence to determine everyday practice and to inform recommendations for future action. While we tailor our approach to gathering and evaluati.. Read More
ConNetica has proven experience in working with clients to implement initiatives that embed the required change, once it is agreed that the desired outcomes have been achieved. Choosing to celebr.. Read More
At ConNetica we develop learning solutions that are tailored to individual and organisation needs. ConNetica’s experience with and access to eLearning programs and use of other multimedia, e.. Read More
At ConNetica, we quantify and compare the cost of training delivery options, the cost of employee time to attend training and development initiatives, the impact of training on productivity and st.. Read More
ConNetica works with clients to identify gaps in type and or quality of service. Next we review best practice to quantify this gap and determine the degree of change that is needed in the workforc.. Read More
ConNetica is well placed to provide clients with detailed information regarding mental health service innovations and best practice, based on our very strong understanding of the service landscape bot.. Read More
Mental Health Policy Development and Analysis
In an environment characterised by rapid change, particularly in the context of national health reforms, ConNetica has unrivalled understanding of national and state mental health policies, their gene.. Read More
Mental Health Service Analysis and Development
ConNetica is dedicated to working with organisations to identify new ways of structuring mental health care to better meet clients needs. ConNetica has worked with a range of local and community menta.. Read More
ConNetica has provided a number of clients with one-to-one coaching for senior management and Board members. This extends on the work undertaken in group learning and development sessions and enab.. Read More
At ConNetica we work with clients to develop, assess and review governance policy. We believe in developing integrated governance policy that is “fit for purpose”. Good govern.. Read More
Learning and Development
ConNetica provides engaging learning and development programs for Board members and management teams on governance policy, processes and practices. A particular emphasis in our programs is the Boa.. Read More
ConNetica also has real-world experience in the design and execution of local, state and national media advocacy campaigns and have a demonstrated track record in attracting and building media and com.. Read More
Perhaps the most difficult issue can be respectful engagement with stakeholders to ensure their issues and ideas are understood and properly reflected in the process of policy development. ConNetica h.. Read More
Sometimes the most challenging part of policy development is getting a clear picture of what is really going on! Accurate issue identification nearly always relies on the capacity to synthesise quali.. Read More
Australia’s most comprehensive youth, technology and mental health collaboration, the Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, has today launched an unprecedented online campaign targeting Australian teenagers, drawing attention to the consequences of thoughtless and hurtful use of social media and empowering them to act with respect online.
Unique to the campaign is the application of an innovative digital tracking methodology which – in conjunction with a cohort study that will survey and interview young people – will measure its impact on behaviour change over time.
National Recovery-Oriented Mental Health Practice Framework Project Discussion Paper.
While a recovery orientation in mental health has largely been championed and driven by people with lived experience, their families, friends and peers as well as the non-‐government community mental health sector, mental health clinicians and policy makers in recent years have increasingly supported their calls for cultural change.