We’re Celebrating Awesomeness

Posted on: 30/07/2020

Being a heart-driven, passionate data company, committed to creating a world of thriving organisations, we believe in celebrating the awesomeness of the incredible work being done out there.

That’s why we ran a ‘Celebrating Awesomeness’ challenge in celebration of Data Drives Insight’s launch.

In this ten day challenge, we asked for nominations for people out there doing awesome work in the world, while also introducing you to each one of the hearts behind Data Drives Insight with them sharing their personal WHY messages on Linkedin.

With so much negativity in the news these days, we wanted to use this opportunity to celebrate a few positive news stories. Because we know there are too many that go unnoticed, and that we feel deserve to be celebrated.

To go in the draw to win, all you needed to do was:
– Tag a coworker, friend, manager or colleague below who you felt deserved celebrating for their awesomeness
– Follow our DDI Linkedin page to stay in the loop on the winner.

The winner of this competition would win an AWESOMENESS HAMPER!

Full of incredible goodies worth over $1,000 like coaching sessions, wine, chocolate, cheese, vouchers, 5 free DDI surveys of your choice, and incredible self-development resources.
And today… we are so glad to celebrate our winner…

Louise Molyneux we are celebrating you! Louise is an Advisor at Amana Living, and was nominated by Emily Lees.

Emily shared some heartfelt words about Louise, which we couldn’t resist to share – you can check them out in the video, or below.

Thank you to Emily and all of the other incredible nominations for taking part in Celebrating Awesomeness. We loved reading every word of celebration.

Here is Louise’s full nomination here:

“Louise is such an asset to the aged care sector it’s my privilege to know her and to have worked with her. I’ve met few people that bring such genuine warmth, care and joy to the lives of older people.

A Geologist by trade, Louise entered the aged care sector by chance, taking up an opportunity to deliver digital literacy training in a pilot project.

Over the years that I worked with Louise she expanded that program to reach hundreds of older adults, undertook further training and education in the area of dementia care, presented at state and national conferences and all while raising two young children.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard Louise talk about her love for her job, it’s so inspiring to see someone who has met there career match and who consistently strives to be better.

She values the stories, perspectives and gifts that older adults have to share and then uses them to drive new ideas and better ways of working.

The world (and our workplaces) would be a better place with more people like Louise.”