Tag Archives: Leadership

Why Resilience Is Essential For Leaders

Resilience has become a keyword in leadership because of the exponential rate of change in the environment, in which leaders are expected not only to perform, but to do so excellently. Despite the fact that all imaginable information is at our fingertips, we continue to make bad choices as a society – about our health, […]

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Pissed off about the US Election?

The circus that has been the US Presidential campaign has been a massive distraction from what really matters. Yes I got caught up in it too. I find elections fascinating and this one took the cake. What really matters is that you are a being with free will. You have control on how you react, […]

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Invitation – Sydney Public Events

You’re invited to hear me speak at the following public events in October. The majority of the engagements I have are private so I’m excited to be able to invite you to these events. Wednesday October 12th – click to book Friday 7th October – click to book Fundraiser for Camp Quality Guest Speakers: Simon […]

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Six steps to busting stress when things go wrong at work

Executives are a stressed out bunch.  This year research from the Positive Psychology Institute found they suffer mental health issues at more than double the rate of the general population. The research, based on a sample of 132 leaders also found 37.9 per cent of executives show symptoms consistent with depression, anxiety, phobia or paranoia. I’ve had to overcome my own fair […]

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What I Learned From Gary Vaynerchuk In Sydney

Last week Gary Vaynerchuk was in Sydney for a flying visit.  One keynote only.  In and out in 11 hours!  There was no way I was going to miss this so I embarked on a crazy not so wheelchair friendly public transport journey that went like this: taxi, train, tram, taxi – see Gary speak […]

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Her success is not your failure

GUEST BLOGGER MADDI O’GRADEY I love this picture because all too often we forget that we aren’t competing against each other but rather working together. Throughout my experience I’ve found that the people who were rude about my success were female friends and in countless studies it’s been found that women in the workplace are […]

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7 Ways You Can Take Control of Your Life Now

With the pace at which we live our lives these days it is little wonder that overwhelm and a feeling that everything is spinning out of control is felt by more of us every day. I’m no stranger to that feeling myself. I remember vividly the day my life changed forever. It was a hot Sunday […]

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How To Make 2016 Your Best Year Yet – Free Training

Picture this: it’s mid-January, and you’re at your desk, checking your emails and feeling overwhelmed. Everyone else has left for the day, but you are still working away. Your to do list seems to grow faster than you cross things off it. You feel sick with the though of how you can get through it […]

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You are never too old to take risks and go for your dreams – an inspiring journey

GUEST BLOGGER – AMANDA RAY My friend was about to give a motivational speech to his team and he had no idea what to talk about.  So he asked if he could use the story I told him years ago about an inspirational married couple in their late 60’s who changed the course of their […]

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Brisbane Book Launch: An evening of resilience, inspiration and networking

An evening of resilience, inspiration and networking with the author Stacey Copas and expert panel You are invited to celebrate the Brisbane book launch of “How To Be Resilient” with the author Stacey Copas and an expert panel.  Australia’s most successful cricket coach John Buchanan, AIM Membership CEO David Pich and former tennis and golf champion Scott […]

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