The results of this weekend’s elections in Australia are open the door at last to real action on climate.
Renting again in Brussels after 8 years in Mlebourne has got me thinking about the challenges Australia faces around housing affordability.
I know it’s been a while since I wrote anything, but I hope you can all understand that the demands of an intercontinental move took precedence! But now that we’re here in Belgium and I’ve started my new job (today!) I can take a moment to reflect on everything that has happened since mid-January. ItContinue reading “Settling in”
What’s the difference between leading and managing? I’ve extended my theatre director analogy to help me think it through.
This is an edited version of a post that was originally published on 29 April 2015. In April 2015, I attended a conference on the Future of Work, organised by the Centre for Workplace Leadership at the University of Melbourne. My Masters project was around social network theory and human resources and I had beenContinue reading “Personal reflections on Frederic Laloux’s Reinventing Organizations”
My 6 ways of thinking about creativity in organisations, based on academic research
Trello is one of the main tools I use to keep my life on track.
What do you do when your garden produces 5 kgs of marrows? Get cooking.
I had a funny reminder recently of how I’m going to face some real culture shock when I head back to Brussels. This story is a useful reminder of the importance of inter-cultural communication skills, and the dangers inherent in making assumptions. I’m trying to find a role to go back to and had beenContinue reading “Retuning my cultural antenna”
Plain writing is important in many areas of life and work. These are 7 principles I use to get a headstart.