Vision, Mission and Core Values

The vision, mission and core values of A Single Step

Vision

People living authentic and meaningful lives – at work and at home – through respectful and supportive relationships

Mission

To use coaching and facilitation to support individuals, couples, families and teams to experience more authentic and meaningful lives and relationships. 

Core Values

Conversation

The meaning of conversation has evolved over centuries and is now broadly understood to mean the informal exchange of ideas, through the spoken word.

We embrace the value of being ‘in conversation’ with ourselves, each other and our environment, to continually learn and express who we are in the world.

Responsibility

Taking responsibility means acknowledging negative thoughts, unhelpful narratives and unhealthy behaviours, when they stand in the way of healthy, respectful relationships. We can’t always control the things that happen to us or the actions of others, but we can control how we respond to them, towards an ongoing commitment to positive growth and development.

Action

It is our actions, not just our words, which are the true measure of who we are in the world. The qualities of kindness, compassion and emotional courage are not innate. They are developed over time, through habit and daily practice. Kind and compassionate people are those who consciously practice daily acts of kindness and compassion

Our Diversity & Inclusion Statement

A Single Step acknowledges the Traditional Owners on whose unceded lands we live and work. We recognise their sovereignty and support the self-determination of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

We advocate the value of conversation, responsibility and action not only in our direct work with individuals, couples, families and teams, but in our broader commitment to truth telling and reparation, towards a fairer, more equitable society.

We value diversity and advocate for genuine inclusion, towards communities where all people experience safety and belonging.

Australian families represent many cultures; social and economic backgrounds; abilities and disability; genders, sexualities and stages of life. We celebrate them all.