Tony BradfordCo-founder & Managing Director

Professional Experience

For over 17 years Tony has led a team of workplace mental health professionals that specialises in psychological consulting, injury management, and risk prevention services to organisations of all sizes across a range of industries and sectors to manage the risk of occupational stress, build emotional resilience and reduce workplace psychological injury.

Tony commenced his career as a navigation officer in the Royal Australian Navy in 1988 and then moved into corporate consulting specialising in leadership and change management in 1995. He then co-founded the Centre for Corporate Health in 1999 and Resilia in 2012.

In addition to the general management of both businesses, Tony maintains his other passion; organisational development consulting and executive coaching, and assists clients in building leadership capability and transforming workplace cultures.

Qualifications

Tony has a Masters degree in Business Administration, specialising in organisational development and performance improvement and a Bachelor of Science.  He has undertaken extensive professional development over the years including training in cognitive behavioural therapy and formal executive coaching training at the University of Sydney’s Coaching Psychology Unit and the Institute of Executive Coaching.

publications

  • A letter to our clients

    Dear Resilia Clients – past and present, Anxious, stressed and chronically isolated – the ramifications of lockdown and restrictions in relation to COVID-19 are set to challenge our wellbeing. That’s why R U OK? Day is an important reminder that everyday should be R U OK? Day. For our clients who are already vulnerable due

    September 10, 2020
  • How do I do a “functional assessment” on a psychological injury claim?

    “Ms Brown* can lift up to 5 kg with her right arm, squat occasionally, and not sit for more than 25% of the work day…”

    July 3, 2020
  • COVID-19: How can workers in recovery maintain momentum

    Recovery from a mental health setback can be hard at the best of times, so how can we support people in maintaining momentum in their recovery with a pandemic going on? JOHN HARPHAM, provides invaluable advice for keeping recovery on track.

    April 7, 2020
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