Seven Ways to Revitalise Your Headspace
Jun21

Seven Ways to Revitalise Your Headspace

Dr Mary Casey Founder and CEO of the Casey Centre www.caseycentre.com.au 1. Prioritise your happiness and health It’s important to decide for your health and happiness as number one. As simple as it sounds, if you don’t have these, you are not in a position to contribute to others or yourself. Everything stems from here. 2. Spend more time with the right people. Rather than resolving to spend more time with everyone – which can be...

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The Compliance Conundrum
Jun21

The Compliance Conundrum

Debra Buckley CEO of the New Zealand Institute of Management and Leadership. www.nzimleadership.co.nz The overwhelming drive to shift to a compliance mindset is not an easy one for many of our employees, for all that it has been a ‘number one focus’ for almost every organisation, including schools and sports teams. It seems the goal posts are always moving for many compliance-based decisions, so much so that you almost need a lawyer...

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Regional Connections
Jun21

Regional Connections

Craig Hudson Country manager at Xero New Zealand www.xero.com/nz I love getting out of the office, out of the city and into the country. There’s something about that crisp, fresh air that can be so energising. A perfect way to do this is by heading to an event like Fieldays, which provides the added benefit of being able to connect with our partners and customers outside the major city centres. It can be easy to forget about how...

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Lighting; A Look at the Finer Details
Jun21

Lighting; A Look at the Finer Details

Jane Cowan-Harris Head of WorkSpace IQ www.workspaceiq.co.nz It’s no secret that these days most of us stare at computer screens for longer than we ever have before and often, more than we might like. Sight is one of the most precious of the senses and becoming blind is something that’s identified as one of our greatest fears. As we increasingly use our eyes for longer and more intense periods, what can you do on a personal level when...

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The Measure of Success
Jun06

The Measure of Success

  New Zealand is a nation of innovators. And not just a notable few throughout history, but everywhere, every day, Kiwis challenge the realms of science and certainty in their backyards and we rarely ever hear about them. Sir Ray Avery, the philanthropic scientist whose medical inventions have saved millions of lives, is one of our brightest stars. You would have heard of Sir Ernest Rutherford, the physicist who split the atom;...

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