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New Normal?

Posted on 27 April, 2020 at 1:15

 

I am one of the lucky ones - I am feeling quite comfortable with this ISO situation.  I was already used to working from home and thanks to the promise of Job Keeper lessening the pressure of no current income, I have been enjoying myself, upgrading some on-line qualifications, embracing morning yoga and just staying home with plenty of...

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Peace and Love

Posted on 1 April, 2020 at 23:45

I had this tattoo added to my wrist a few years ago, the purpose was simply to remind me of what matters - peace and love. It is mostly hidden away under my watch so that I catch a glimpse of the edge of it occasionally, or sometimes I find my eyes seeking it out, often as a reminder to practice patience or for self-comfort...

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We're all Wonder Women

Posted on 4 March, 2020 at 13:15


This Sunday (8 March) is International Women's Day (IWD), what a great reminder to celebrate us as women and applaud all our successes and achievements. Today I was privileged to speak at a lunch of amazing business women, so for this blog I am sharing some of that speech.

 

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Practicing what I preach

Posted on 6 February, 2020 at 23:35

 Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash

I sometimes forget to respect myself. I forget to celebrate achievements; I wallow in frustrations and bring myself down.  Rather than celebrate the great contract I've just received or the project I'm working on, I obsess about the phone call I'm waiting for.

Rather than feeling awesome after...

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DISC ADVANCED

Posted on 13 January, 2020 at 20:00


Last November I completed DISC ADVANCED accreditation training and am now a DISC ADVANCED Accredited Consultant - Yay for me :)

Prior to the training I had just enough DISC knowledge to have my fingers crossed that it would be a useful tool and something I would be comfortable to believe in and confidently use going forward.  Happily DISC ...

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Season respect

Posted on 22 December, 2019 at 21:00

Here we are again, the end of another year and this time we have the bonus optimism of a new decade. 
For many people this is the time for family, friends and celebrations, for others this time represents something very different and for those people I wish compassion and tolerance and send my respect.

As with everything human, this...

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Words - Open to interpretation?

Posted on 1 December, 2019 at 23:40

Image by Gabrielle_RRI from Pixabay

The things people get caught up on never cease to amaze me. Words often become an issue when they are attached to the concept of 'political correctness'; that concept itself is then verbalised with invisible air inverted commas " ". The term political correctness defined by Wikipedia is 'used to describe a pr...

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Stress and Burn-out

Posted on 27 October, 2019 at 17:00

Image by Peggy und Marco Lachmann-Anke from Pixabay

Burn-out seems to be a current HR topic and this year the World Health Organisation declared workplace burnout to be an occupational phenomenon. WHO defines workplace burnout as “Burn-out is a syndrome conceptualised as resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully ma...

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World Mental Health Day

Posted on 10 October, 2019 at 3:40

Today is World Mental Health Day and I've made my mental health promise to Help reduce stigma around mental illness to make way for more people to seek help https/1010.org.au/mhp/promise-23843/.

Mental Health is no longer a secret to be kept from the workplace but we still have work to do to make it more visible and to ens...

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Pass it on

Posted on 24 September, 2019 at 1:05

Image by John Hain from Pixabay

Incivility is contagious but so is respect

To quote a recent Gartner Survey (June 2019), 'the data reveals that the number one reason employees cite for leaving their job is respect, or lack of it. Respect rose seven places in 1Q19 to become the leading driver of attrition among Australian workers.'

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