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Thrive Human Resources

1 Dunrobin Court, Ballarat North,
VIC, 3350, Australia


HR business partnering, facilitation, team development, facilitation and coaching.

Thrive HR was established by Clare Linane in 2010.  Clare has 20 years experience in the Human Resources field, across industries including government, professional services, hospitality, FMCG, retail and call centres. 

Clients who utilise Clare's expertise include Transurban, Priceline, State Trustees,  State Revenue Office, The Royal Children's Hospital, Coolmaster Refridgeration, Australian Dairy Farmers, Australian Industry Group, Qantas many more.

She has breadth and depth of knowledge in generalist HR and Organisation Development.

Clare's specialises in the following:

  • Enhancing team performance.  Diversity is critical for team success, and yet it is often the cause of conflict and misunderstanding. Depending on your particular needs, Clare uses the HBDI (Whole Brain Thinking) or the MBTI (Type theory) to help your team understand and embrace difference, and maximise their performance potential.
  • Facilitating wellbeing sessions as part of your commitment to a healthy workplace. Clare's particular passion is mental health, and she draws on her personal experience and extensive research to teach participants about the role of the brain in wellbeing via her brand "BrainSweet"
  • HR partnering to help you establish necessary policies and procedures to ensure you are complying with Australian legislation, and creating a healthy and constructive workplace culture
  • Design, development and facilitation of a range of topics according to your needs.  Areas which Clare has delivered incredibly successful programs for clients include Customer Service, Managing Conflict, Leadership Development, Presentation Skills, Problem Solving, Performance Coaching & Feedback, Bullying & Discrimination Awareness, Manaigng Under-performance plus more. Most recently she designed and delivered a Service Excellence Program for Transurban, which she rolled out to 220 people across 3 states and 19 workshops.