Read MoreTeamwork – Learning from the New Zealand All Blacks, Harvard Research and Ants!
October 15, 2018
How do the best teams work? I’ve collated three extremely different reference points to help answer this question. Teamwork is the combined actions of a […]
Read MoreWill Artificial Intelligence make the PM’s job redundant?
September 04, 2018
I must admit, I am a little torn when it comes to deciding how I feel about yet another Australian Prime Minister not serving out […]
Read MoreIt’s not who you think!
July 16, 2018
Every company, division, team and even individual looks at potential risks within their day-to-day movements. Risks can be present everywhere you look, from crossing the […]
Read MoreWhy you should hire someone over age 55
June 25, 2018
Unconscious bias happens to many of us. But, does age-old experience get in the way of securing your Mr or Mrs Right? Here’s why you […]
Read MoreThe Failed Leader
March 26, 2018
I woke up the other morning at about 5.00am, switched on the television to watch the news. The ABC 24 hour news channel led with […]
Read More7 Tips to Staying Relevant
March 12, 2018
We all know there are many aspects affecting the talent world and our day to day jobs. I read every day about the changing world […]
Read MoreHow to Build a Truly Inclusive Workforce
November 20, 2017
Recently, I was asked by a long term customer of mine, CBRE, to speak at a function to discuss the topic “Leading a Diverse and […]
Read MoreIs Paranoia A Prerequisite For Success?
July 31, 2017
Paranoia can be defined as a thought process often caused by fear or anxiety why a person distorts or creates a delusional existence. Paranoid people […]
Read MoreManaging – The Carrot or the Stick?
March 27, 2017
As I write this I’m observing my son’s soccer training. Some days I watch training in awe of the well oiled machines the coaches have […]