1. Create an open and safe culture that promotes positivity, innovation, diversity, inclusion and participation, including training all volunteer and paid leaders in contemporary leadership 2. Develop a robust and growing youth program that engages cadets, delivers community value, and improves transition rates from cadets to adults 3. Build organisational capacity and capability through an agile and creative volunteer recruitment and retention program and volunteer workforce plan to deliver on community expectations 4. Promote and implement strong organisational and clinical governance standards to enable St John SA to continue to provide services in the community • We have a strong and positive culture as a result of diversity across all our people, proactive leadership at all levels, and development of our Reconciliation Action Plan • Our youth movement continues to grow, providing skills that contribute to both youth development and the broader community • The St John SA volunteer workforce plan helps us to support the community by ensuring we have the right people in the right places at the right time • Governance standards always meet current community, health and government expectations WHAT OUR SUCCESS LOOKS LIKE
Engage and retain highly skilled and committed volunteers and staff to develop a strong, diverse and unified St John SA AIM We will continue to support the South Australian community during times of need through a focus on our people who are at the core of our organisation. Our volunteers and staff work together to grow capacity and community resilience, support youth programs and promote strong leadership, with good organisational and clinical governance principles underpinning everything we do.
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