It's winter in Sydney, typically a time when we get a bit slack with our exercise goals. Despite the fact that it's cold and wet, we all know we still need "to move it, move it".
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Click here for my favourite recording of the song from the movie Madagascar
(sorry, some of the words aren’t all that pc)
https://youtu.be/ecSCaZ_XPlo Photo by Chander R on Unsplash I am currently coaching a marketing manager in a multinational who has just been promoted and has
We are entering the era of flexible of working hours; diversity and inclusion; flat structures, job crafting, and truly global teams. All of these practices are based on principles like trust, fairness, and appreciation of individual differences and have been made possible in some way by technological innovation. Yet sometimes it seems that these advances in technology have both enabled and limited our wellbeing. “I want to ride to the ridge where the West commences
Last week I met with a client, let's call her Sue, she is an ambitious executive who has just received the promotion she had been working towards. We discussed the new role in detail: the strategic responsibilities of entering a new market; the challenges of managing a team who used to be her peers; sitting on an executive team that was based in another city; and the competitors disrupting the market. It was clear throughout out this conversation Sue was excited and engaged.
I decided to walk up some random stairs during my lunch break and saw this beautiful view!! Some of my Australian readers may be old enough to remember the 1970s and early ’80s, in when salary packages commonly included a range of tax-free benefits including company cars, travel and restaurant meals. The restaurant industry definitely benefitted, as the business lunch was often a long drawn out affair. Whilst the taxation law changed in 1986, it was not meant as a signal t