Dr Terry Froggatt is committed to evidence-based organisational learning and development, providing innovative and learner-focused seminars and programs that facilitate mental health, knowledge transfer, management of change, organisational culture, health management and leadership development.
Terry has researched in the 'not-for-profit' sector, particularly in the area of environmental sustainability and employment opportunities for people who may be socioeconomically disadvantaged.
Terry has extensive clinical and managerial experience in mental health. He is a credentialed mental health nurse, vice president and fellow of the ACMHN, and a facilitator of the Commonwealth government's Mental Health Professionals Network. Terry previously coordinated undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the University of Wollongong and is a UOW senior honorary fellow. Terry’s current position is head of health and social wellbeing at the Nan Tien Institute overseeing postgraduate degree courses and research.
Terry holds formal qualifications and accreditations in psychological type and emotional intelligence. Terry is an accomplished researcher who has published in several mental health and management books and journals and holds a PhD on the topic of learning organisations. He has international experience in assisting organisations in the growth and development of their people. Terry has worked collaboratively with academics and practitioners, in Australia and overseas, in the fields of organisational leadership, culture and climate, environmental sustainability and mental health.