Jo Fraser is a founding partner of StressLess Learning whose vision is to "Build organisational capability by empowering individuals to realise and unleash their own potential through constructive learning".
Founded in 1998, StressLess Learning specialises in the provision of tailored strategic development interventions that build organisational capability resulting in increased performance and engagement. We are passionate about helping organisations understand themselves better to be positive change agents. Who are they? What is their purpose, their vision, their strategy? What is their current culture and how does that align with who they want and/or need to be to achieve their strategic objectives? What are their values and are they "walking the talk"?
About Jo Fraser: With over 20 years' experience in the Organisational Development industry as a facilitator, consultant and coach, Jo is passionate about helping individuals, teams, leaders and organisations gain a deeper insight into themselves, their behaviours and the impact of those behaviours on others and on organisational culture. Having a greater understanding of our own personality and levels of emotional intelligence assists with building and maintaining relationships, gives us an increased ability to cope with life's challenges and helps us to manage stress and make more informed decisions in both our personal professional lives. Jo believes using positive psychology in the workplace can help create and sustain happy and productive teams, increase trust in leaders and improve workplace culture.
Bachelor of Business – Information Systems – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
Graduate Diploma of Industrial Education & Training – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (Step I and II)
EQ-i 2.0™ - Emotional Quotient Inventory
EQ-360™ - Emotional Quotient 360 degree feedback instrument
OCAI (Organisational Culture Assessment Instrument)
CAHRI - Certified professional member of the Australian Human Resources Institute
Organisational Development Australia (ODA)
The Australian Association for Psychological Type (AusAPT)