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Seasons Greetings

What a year this has been! With all its unprecedented challenges, I hope that there were some unexpected silver linings for you as well?! And whatever form these arrived in – some new insights and learnings, stronger relationships, gratitude and … Continue reading

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5 Leadership lessons from the All Blacks Defeat

How thrilling it was watching the Rugby World Cup (RWC) held in Japan these past six weeks. As a nation, we felt proud of our boys – the incomparable All Blacks (Abs) in that famous black jersey. The possibility of … Continue reading

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13 Actions for Creating Greater Balance at Work

A well-developed sense of humor is the pole that adds balance to your step as you walk the tightrope of life.” -William Arthur Ward Creating a fulfilling life quality, wellness and resiliency are things we strive for in our hectic lives. The … Continue reading

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How to Manage Your Stress in the Workplace and Home

“The oak fought the wind and was broken, the willow bent when it must and survived.”  – Robert Jordan Tension, stress and relationship challenges are all part and parcel of our crazy, busy lives – work and home. Can you … Continue reading

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Leadership Courage – What does it mean to you?

What does the word courage mean to you?  The Concise Oxford Dictionary defines courage as – “the ability to disregard fear; bravery.   Having the courage of one’s convictions and acting on one’s beliefs.”  Over the centuries, courage has been regarded … Continue reading

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Leaders: Why gratitude matters

It was a birthday week last week.  And yes – I am happy to admit –despite the passing years; I stretch it out and lap it up like I was still in my teens!  A day is far too short … Continue reading

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Managing disappointment in business

The natural inclination for humans including leaders is to aspire, to want, to achieve.  Whether this is in one’s job, career, business, relationship and or sporting and community life, we are motivated by the pull of what is appealing and … Continue reading

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