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The leadership edge for thriving in a complex world

An organisation is only as healthy as its employees. As leaders strive to navigate the future of work post COVID, employee wellbeing has become one of the undisputed challenges for organisations across the globe. Investing in employee wellbeing is no...

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Workplace Trends Beyond 2020

There has been a lot of focus recently on the shorter term, more immediate changes that workplaces have needed to put in place to start to return their employees to the workplace. We can’t predict how much of an impact the pandemic may have longer-term,...

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Supporting women though menopause

Part 1: how women can prepare themselves. Thea O’Connor  “I feel ripped off that no one talked to me about it.” [1] “Why didn’t anyone tell me?  This is a change of life I was not prepared for at all.”  “Before I had my period at 13, I was told some stuff,...

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Why self-care is not selfish

In the blink of an eye a new decade will shortly be upon us. Eek! Whilst we’ve managed to already tick off a lot of exciting projects on our ‘to-do’ list this year, there’s still a lot of things we have failed to get off our desk. And if conversations with...

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What we know about older workers

The world of work is changing with much of the discussion being around the impact of technological change. The workforce is also undergoing some profound shifts. Did you know? New Zealand 40% of NZ's workforce is aged 50 and over In ten years’ time close...

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How to best support working Dads

Long considered the domain of working mums, flexible working arrangements are becoming more varied as society starts to recognise the importance of integrating work and life for all. The dual-earner household is now the norm, which results in many men...

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