In order for positive and successful culture changes to happen in any workplace, there needs to be a change of attitudes at all levels.
With a background in Psychology, Mark Molloy first joined West Midland Ambulance Service (UK) on a graduate entry Paramedic program. He has enjoyed a varied and decorated career spanning more than 16 years in both England and Australia.
As an experienced Intensive Care Paramedic and Operations Manager for the ACT Ambulance Service, Mark has a strong reputation in both clinical and managerial standards. His background spans most areas of Ambulance, including Hazardous Area Response Team, Emergency Management, Incident Response and Command and Control. Following his passion, Mark is currently a professional trainer in the Canadian ‘Road to Mental Readiness’(R2MR) Program, as well as a Lifeline Crisis Support Volunteer – this recently saw him slip seamlessly into a Business Development and Corporate Trainer role for Lifeline Canberra.
Mark is highly driven and personally motivated to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health. He enjoys actively promoting positive change within work cultures that encourage early access to care; especially within the world of Frontline Emergency Services.
Join me alongside Mark on this week’s episode of Pebble in the Pond, as we delve into the positive impact that evidence-based educational programs have on encouraging a long term, mentally healthy workplace.