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Bruce Pascoe’s Bloke, and Meaning Purpose and Direction

Bruce Pascoe’s Bloke, and Meaning Purpose and Direction

This is a tribute to reading fiction and its power to enliven in us meaning, purpose and direction; one of six main dimensions known to drive executive wellbeing, per the Global Leadership Wellbeing Framework. In his novel, Bloke, Bruce Pascoe’s lead character is a...

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Resolving Polarities: a little piece of me must die

Resolving Polarities: a little piece of me must die

David Bowie's This is not America a song for the ages that appears particularly poignant at this time. The numbers don’t lie – it’s so close to 50/50. You would be hard pressed to find a more impressive example of division in the world at this time and so...

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A good ending makes for a good new beginning

A good ending makes for a good new beginning

Get in touch to talk about our Executive Transition, Outplacement and Leadership and Team development services The well documented employee lifecycle speaks to the different phases people move through within an organisation – from recruiting to onboarding, developing,...

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How Thriving Teams Reframe Conflict

How Thriving Teams Reframe Conflict

Now more than ever we need conflict in teams. Good and bad ideas alike, tossed around, embraced, debated, built upon and re-formed resulting in an idea, concept or solution that no individual could have come up with. This is the essential ingredient of innovation. The...

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Attention Leaders: Conditions Of Re-Entry

Attention Leaders: Conditions Of Re-Entry

As many organisations contemplate a return to the physical workspace, new questions are arising from staff and leaders alike. One thing is for sure: we are not returning to the workplaces that we left! Pre-COVID, flexible working arrangements have been on the agenda...

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What Was Hidden Is Now Able To Be Seen

What Was Hidden Is Now Able To Be Seen

Often we work and meet without being aware of important elements that are hidden from view or that we are not seeing or hearing. Hidden elements can be strong undercurrents that detract from what we intend or how those around us perform, without us knowing about them....

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