Daily Planning Made Simple
Jan08

Daily Planning Made Simple

Robyn Pearce is a time management expert, helping people turn time challenges into high productivity and the life balance you desire. Visit www.gettingagrip.com Ask most people about how they manage their ‘to do’ lists and you’ll find that few use lists (if they have them), in a way that gets the best results. Most people begin with the easiest tasks. What this means is that, at the end of the day, they’ve run out of time for the big...

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Is Your Work-Life Balance In Crisis?
Jan08

Is Your Work-Life Balance In Crisis?

Karen Degen is the owner of Set Free with EFT, a company that focuses on changing mindsets to create business success Email: karen@setfree.co.nz  or visit www.setfree.co.nz A government study on work-life balance in New Zealand noted that most people got so caught up in the day-to-day details of living that their life got out of balance without them realising it. It found that most people would not seriously address work-life...

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What Are You Sharing Online?
Jan08

What Are You Sharing Online?

Graeme Russell runs Adage Business; a marketing and communications agency that assists with the planning and implementation of communication strategies. Visit www.adagebusiness.co.nz People in business are still concerned about their employees’ use of social media. But this concern is not about their use of it as a business tool, but what they are sharing on personal social media sites. For some, the main concern is what is said about...

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Tax Code “O” For Offender
Jan08

Tax Code “O” For Offender

Rebecca Harris is the General Manager of the Academy Publishing Group. It’s been reported recently organisations providing counseling to rape victims and their families are having difficulty dealing with the demand for services. The apparent rise in sexual assaults is driven mostly by an increasing number of people reporting family violence, and the increased national awareness of it being “ok” to speak up. After an investigation into...

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The Commercial Vs Social Juggling Act Of NZ Organisations
Jan08

The Commercial Vs Social Juggling Act Of NZ Organisations

Katheren Leitner is president of the YMCA Auckland Board Corporate social responsibility—it’s more than a buzzword. For organisations around the globe it is a conflict faced every day in attempts to align the push for profit and their responsibility to our communities and planet. Corporate social responsibility, commonly called CSR, has become such a big deal that the Harvard Business School now offers a Corporate Social...

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A Place Where Talent Wants To Live
Jan08

A Place Where Talent Wants To Live

David Shearer is the MP for Mt Albert and leader of the Labour Party I was in Tolaga Bay recently for The Transit of Venus Forum. The theme was “lifting our horizon” and hundreds of scientists, businesspeople and delegates were there to share their ideas on, in the words of my late friend Sir Paul Callaghan, “making New Zealand a place where talent wants to live”. Topics included science and prosperity, restoring and enhancing the...

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