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The Real Leader?

The weekend saw me finally watching the Wham! documentary movie.  Yes I was one of those 12 year old girls who loved George and Andrew but George was always my favourite.  So

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Always Learning

Last week, I finished a coaching project with a client.  We had been meeting for some time and at this point there is room to take a break and reassess. It

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Consequences of Not Acting

The latest debacle out of Parliament House relating to allegations of sexual assault and inappropriate touching is a debacle yes, and a real mess. There are so many elements to

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The Power Of Influence

The 3rd of June marked seven years since the passing of Muhammad Ali.  At the time I wrote an article referring to the influence, someone I had never met, had on my

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Choices

Stephen R Covey was recognised, amongst other things, as an author, speaker, and management expert.  Most notably, he is known for the book, ‘The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People’. One

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Great Expectations

How often do you approach a situation thinking, ‘this is going to be great!’ and then it all goes south?  By the same token, how often do you have a situation

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Working to Our Strengths

Over the long weekend, I sat down to watch the Baz Luhrmann biographical drama film, Elvis. The movie was great even though there are some things in the movie which

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Taking the Time to Communicate

         ‘If you start a conversation with the assumption that you are right or that you must win, obviously it is difficult to talk.’  Wendell Berry Communication is an interesting subject.  Something

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Leadership and Management

I came across the following excerpt in the book, ‘The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People’, in the Habit 2: Begin with the End in Mind chapter. ‘Efficient management without

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