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Published in Communication
14 Aug

If you’ve been following me for a while now, you’ll know that I often talk about the social aspect of being human and how it affects the way we work. That’s because I really do think that it’s key to business success, and is becoming increasingly important in a competitive and interconnected world. Quite simply, it’s our ability to collaborate that sets the human species apart, and ever increasingly, it’s the companies that harness this power appropriately that do well in the business arena.

Published in Culture
18 Jul

In the very short time since it was released, Pokémon GO has seemingly taken over the world or at least those parts of the world where it has been released (and it’s getting a lot of interest in places that are still waiting). There are many, many things that we can learn from Pokémon GO, there’s already a plethora of articles discussing the role of disruptive technology, augmented reality, and viral successes.

Published in Teams
18 Jul

No matter your role or your industry, the chances are you work in teams. Even those individuals that we hold up as mavericks and independent trailblazers have support network around them, people that they work with, people that challenge their ideas, people that act as sounding boards, and people that offer advice. The success of humanity is largely a result of being able to work together and achieve far more than we ever would as individuals.

14 Jul

Business leadership in the 21st Century requires a leader to be many things, at many different times, to many different people. The business world is increasingly dynamic, fast-paced, changing, and diverse.

14 Jun

While there is no universally accepted definition of what leadership is, there are key aspects of leadership that nearly everyone can agree on. One of these is that a true leader will develop the people around them, and encourage them to support one another.

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testimonial

Before experiencing the Amazing Scavenger Hunt I was worried that our employees would get bored doing the course and that it wouldn’t be interesting enough. I found, however, that the course was a whole lot better than I expected: the helpers along the way and the interaction with the staff really made the day. It was a great opportunity for people from different teams to mix and we got to see different personalities break out of their ‘normal company role’. It was also great to learn a little more about Perth.

I would recommend this to anyone that has teams that are disengaged, new teams or teams that don’t mix with each other in the workplace. The Amazing Scavenger Hunt was really well organised and we were treated with great service. 

Linda Panizza - Aspen Group

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