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by Kerryn Kohl So much of our day is spent being busy, we have glorified busy-ness. Often allowing ourselves to be enraptured in the busy-ness of being busy. We have either forgotten that we have complete

By Belinda Carreira Exceptional, unprecedented, extraordinary! Our future and our future workforce! It’s a paradigm shift. Re-engineering our teams for the future starts now. Never before has this need been greater, with the rapid advance of technologies

The pursuit of a balanced life, or at the very least a less stressed life, is an often quoted modern-day refrain. Research shows that the balanced life is a rare, elusive experience for most. Dr

There is much opportunity to show up these days. Social networking platforms are like stages for shining and showing off your personal and professional experiences, quirks and skills. We can connect, debate and create, at

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by Belinda Carreira Eudaimonia is a Greek word meaning “human flourishing’ – a contented state of being happy, healthy and prosperous. Now isn’t this where we all want to be? To me, being human is the greatest

By Belinda Carreira Why are people unenthusiastic about employee wellbeing programmes? What lead to this? Why bother to improve them? These are three key questions to ask when deciding whether to invest in evolving employee wellbeing programmes.

by Gaylin Jee, @gaylinjee Innovation is all about being that person who thinks about, asks and owns the answering of questions. The payoff to asking better questions is that we can tackle the unknown and find

by Kerryn Kohl So much of our day is spent being busy, we have glorified busy-ness. Often allowing ourselves to be enraptured in the busy-ness of being busy. We have either forgotten that we have complete

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