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3 Jul

17 to 77

“Hello Aunty Lisa, would you like to play on the bouncy castle?” Before I could answer, I was squirted by another cousin with a water pistol! This is going to be a great family party – I thought to myself, as I smiled bravely through my drenched hair! And indeed, it was. As I reflected on our time together in the car on the way home, one of the things that struck me was the diversity of age ranges that were there – from 14-month-old Harriet to 94-year-old Granny.  And how everyone, regardless to which generation they came from, had…..

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19 Jun

Appreciation

“We were both sobbing with the kind of tears that you know wont quickly pass; mine had started gently trickling down the side of my cheek pretty much immediately, my husband’s were more muffled about 40 minutes in to the movie, in fairness we both reached a crescendo as the movie drew to a close.” I was recalling our response to the film, The Notebook, at a Storytelling Workshop the other evening where we were asked to share with a partner a movie that had impacted us. The interesting part of the exercise came for me when we were invited…..

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25 Nov

Employee Engagement

To grow your business effectively and sustainably, you need to have an engaged workforce that’s pulling in the right direction. Otherwise, you’ll find yourself trying to steer your business on a course that your employees don’t understand and don’t feel part of.     Imagine this As you pull into the car park you sigh with frustration; there are no parking spaces available. You can feel your stomach starting to churn as you are going to be late for your meeting with the CEO. Slightly breathless, you arrive at reception. There’s nothing to be seen but a vase of drooping…..

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