Independent Recruiter Partnerships Now Available – Limited Opportunity for the Ethical Professional.

A limited number of opportunities are available for professional recruiters to dramatically change they way they work and earn. But before we go any further, I’d like to give you an outline of what we’re doing here, so you can decide whether it’s something that suits your personality, ethics and goals. […]

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Turnbull’s Innovation Statement: Implications for EVERY Business

As a Prime Minister not as wedded to powerful interest groups or living in the past as many of his predecessors, Turnbull was always going to do something about accelerating the evolution of our economy toward a more innovative model. And while we have the education, free-thinking, wealth and infrastructure […]

Leadership Lessons from Malcolm Turnbull; AKA Malcolm Turns Away from Bull

Over recent weeks, in watching Malcolm Turnbull speak and thinking about how his leadership style will hold up come election time or even when he needs to make some tough decisions on political minefields like tax and spending cuts (whether before or after the election), what I found is both […]



Work-Life Balance Plan

Would you describe your life as one of work-life balance – or work-life imbalance? For most who aspire to be (or already are) successful, there is usually a plan around sacrificing personal time and quality of life today for great benefits tomorrow. And then over the years, as success comes, […]

Bob and Pete on Leadership, Team Building and Doughnuts

Bob the Button-seller and Pete the Plumber were at Brenda’s Doughnut shop, solving the troubles of the world over coffee and her famous doughnuts. On this particular day a downcast Pete said to a buoyant Bob, “I don’t know about you, but sometimes I think I’d be better off just […]



Level 6 HR – From Human Resources to Human Relationships

There are many views of how relationships within organisations should be framed and conducted. At one end there are those where people are seen as cogs in a machine, to be controlled and corralled to be as productive as possible in usually repetitive non-intrinsically engaging work where change occurs slowly […]