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Goal!

Goal!

The winter soccer season is over, but I am happy to announce the summer futsal season starts this week. I am really looking forward to playing with my summer team again, as we come together with the same attitude of fair play and a common desire to win. If one of us was not as committed...

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The Wobbles

The Wobbles

Do you ever feel like you or your business has a case of the wobbles? Turns out it might not be such a bad thing. Recently my Pilates instructor told me not to stop an exercise when I get the wobbles. Rather the wobbles was just an indication that my body had to learn to activate some of...

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Too Busy to Plan

Too Busy to Plan

Are you too busy to plan? Are you and your team spending all your time trying to keep your heads above water? Being busy is not necessarily a good measure of productivity. If you are too busy to set goals or objectives, then how can you measure achievement? You might believe increased...

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Pivot Objectives

Pivot Objectives

A friend of mine is renowned for talking in metaphors, and his most recent resonated deeply with me, as this global pandemic rises for it’s second wave in Victoria and NSW, and the Olympics are postponed until next year. He compared his company to a body builder who trains for a...

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Who is My Customer?

Who is My Customer?

We know that quality businesses understand their customers, but individuals within the company must understand they have internal and external customers

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How do we Reward Safety?

How do we Reward Safety?

To make real improvements in safety, staff must be engaged and committed to prevention, and open to learning from incidents. We must reward involvement rather than the final result.

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Brave New World!

Brave New World!

Before returning to normal operations, leaders need to consider new ways of doing business to minimise impact on the environment.

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