Category: HR

Are you productive or just busy?

October 23, 2015 by

How many times a day would you ask someone how they are and the response would be – Busy. They don’t say yeah awesome! or they don’t even say pretty good – just busy. Is busy really how you want to be describing your days? What about being able to say you are epic and […]

Categories: Balance, Corporate Wellbeing, High Performance, HR, Inspiration, Leadership, Meaning and purpose, Personal Development, Uncategorized, Workplace Culture

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5 things you can do to prep for a new job

August 07, 2015 by

A job change is as good as a holiday they say… But it can be daunting! Okay, so you have decided your current role isn’t quite hitting the mark for some reason. You bite the bullet and decide to apply for various roles and – woo hoo! – you succeed in landing one. Most of […]

Categories: happiness, HR, Management, Meaning and purpose, Personal accountability, Personal Development, Uncategorized

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Three reasons why change in an organisation is like changing your name

June 12, 2015 by

Recently, I was one of those lucky ladies to walk down the aisle and get married to the man of my dreams. As those of who are married would know, this is without doubt one of the best days of your life. However, like all great things in life, there are many associated challenges and hurdles. […]

Categories: Balance, Change, happiness, High Performance, HR, Inspiration, Meaning and purpose, Self awareness, Uncategorized

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Take me to your (Gen Y) Leader

August 14, 2013 by

If you have ever wondered how to successfully lead a hardworking and innovative Gen Y’er – you may have given up, thinking they don’t exist! But there are many exceptions the “typical” onesie-wearing, Facebook addicted, slovenly Gen Y’er. There are countless 20-something self-made millionaires, entrepreneurs and managers taking the corporate world by storm, and just […]

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Two ways a Leader can foster Employee Engagement

August 11, 2013 by

We are currently doing some work  for a client who wants to instill greater levels of engagement in their team. It is apparent that the employees feel detached from the organisation. They’re not functioning well as a team, employee turnover is higher than desirable, productivity is declining, creativity levels are low, and relationships with customers […]

Categories: Employee Engagement, HR, Leadership, Tony Chapman, Uncategorized, Workplace Culture

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Are you hiring? Ensure a smooth transition for new employees

June 14, 2013 by

A career change can be one of the biggest and most daunting change many of us will face. Especially if it follows a lengthy period of stability, certainty and familiarity.  As business leaders and HR professionals we have a unique opportunity to make this change less daunting and more positive for our future team members. We can […]

Categories: Change, Communication, HR, Leadership, Uncategorized

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