Bullying is such an ugly word isn’t it? And for the 50% of adults who have experienced it at home, in the community or at work, it can be an ugly daily reality for them. Read More
People and Performance
This Tuesday in 1897, your world changed forever.
On the 22nd October in 1897, the world’s very first car dealer opened in London. Some say this marked the start of the opening of the floodgates of technology.
Ever felt unhappy at work? Bored? Just completely not engaged? You aren’t alone! A two year study has shown only 23 percent of us Kiwis are mentally and emotionally engaged at work. That’s one in four or five people! The worry is that this low level will pose a barrier to global competitiveness and economic success for our little country, as well as costing the country millions in lost productivity. Read More
Change is inevitable, progress is optional – Tony Robbins
You might have a new job, a house move coming up, recently received some bad news (or good news!), or it might be something seemingly simple, like having to adjust to life with a broken arm for six weeks. Change is inevitable, and in our modern lives we are having to grow accustomed to new things at a much more rapid pace than ever before. Read More
This week’s newsletter talked about World Heart Day and how to look after your heart. Speaking of things of the heart, we started thinking about altruism and giving without receiving. We found this great entry on Dr Travis Kemp’s Blog and thought we’d share it with you. To read more of his blogs, visit http://thecouch.drtrav.com.au/