About - Weave

Welcome to Weave

At Weave, we believe that your teams can be stronger and more powerful when they work through conflict, build their resilience and enhance communication.

Our name is about that process.  
Weave strength and connection into your team.

 I’m Trish Everett

Conflict and Burnout Wrangler, at your service

As the director of Weave, my job is to help organisations like yours build teams where everyone feels they are part of something importantThat they are valued and, in turn, value what they do. That they belong.

Can you imagine what a team like that could accomplish? To pull this off, I bring you a unique and powerful skill set that can help you and your organisation like no one else can. 

Trish Everett

I have been helping people and organisations build healthy and productive connections for 18 years – both with individuals and in workplaces, as well as through academic research*. I am passionate about connected communicationand how it contributes to creating thriving workplace cultures – both at an organisational and an individual level.

When working with teams and leaders, I am known for offering profound insights, delivered in simple and easy-to-digest approaches that have helped hundreds of people connect more powerfully and bravely to create positive change. 

My focus is on building your team’s personal resilience and connected communication skills to transform conflict into collaboration and growth.

* M.Wellness, M.Com, GradCert Conflict Man, GradDip Ed, GradCert IT, B.Bus

Professional Biography

Trish Everett is the director of Weave. Trish’s passion is to see teams thrive, move from conflict into team flow and fall more in love with the work that they do. She has a Degree in Business, a Grad Cert in Conflict Management, a Grad Dip in Education and a Master’s in Communication as well as a Master’s in Wellness.

Currently, Trish is working on supporting teams to build their resilience, work through conflict and embrace their potential.

Trish has been a school principal of a remote Aboriginal school, lectured in the area of wellness in the School of Health Sciences at RMIT and supported hundreds of people to build their resilience and productivity.