The death of a friend in a bomb blast in Afghanistan was a watershed moment for Australian John Bale, his wife Dr Danielle Clout and colleague Cavin Wilson. The tragedy highlighted the lack of support for service personnel injured physically and psychologically in the line of duty and the families left behind.

At Kiah, we have felt the effects of veteran suicide directly and, on occasion, found it necessary to support consultants dealing with the aftermath of their service. we cannot stand on the sidelines.

SoldierOn is a national charity, supporting more than 5,000 veterans and their family members through their Health and Wellbeing services, Employment Support, Learning and Education Programs, as well as Participation and Social Connection activities. Their services help individuals build resilience and create meaningful connections with family, community and employers.

Soldier On is a leader in supporting those who have served and continue to serve in the Australian Defence Force. It has an exemplary track record of providing practical and emotional assistance critical to building successful post-service lives.

SolderOn is making a difference. Learn more here.

Be more commercial they said – really?

As published in the Mandarin November 2, 2020 The public sector is often exhorted to be more commercial in its behaviours. “In some ways it’s a bit of a nonsense”, says MD of Kiah Consulting, John Glenn. “Dogma, like any other dogma, doesn’t make sense. The public sector is about spending money to deliver a […]

Cultivating workplace courage

After decades as a military officer, followed by decades in industry, I have often pondered the incongruity of clearly physically brave individuals who always lean towards safe choices in business and bureaucracies, seemingly lacking the courage to make the tough decisions. Worthy of a read is “Cultivating Everyday Courage” (James R Detert, Harvard Business Review, […]

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