2 July

2nd Quarterly 2013

2nd Quarterly 2013

“When you think all is lost, try again.” How many times have you felt as if your not moving forward? Or your not getting any closer to where you want to be? The plateau creeps in, and can anything be more uninspiring? When you’re unable to get  yourself to see the bigger picture, our daily […]

26 June

Knowledge and Effective Leadership

Knowledge and Effective Leadership

From the very moment we are born our entire being and the evolution of it, is founded on our thirst for knowledge. As we grow, we continue to learn through many mediums and forms. In our formative years (1-5) we tend to do most of our learning through experiences and by engaging and interacting with […]

21 June

Leadership- The Objective Perspective

Leadership- The Objective Perspective

The mind is an amazing machine, each day we process in excess of 60-80,000 thoughts, 95% of those being of the unconscious mind (thoughts we don’t actually know we’re having) and the remaining of the conscious. That fact alone, provides us with a great opportunity to enhance employee motivation, by helping our staff become aware […]

12 June

ACTIONS speak volumes

ACTIONS speak volumes

So many times I am asked the question: “What are the qualities of a good leader?” Now there is no hard and fast way to answer this, however from experience, I know that what a leader does, has much more of an impact on their team, than what they say. Yes, as the age old […]

6 June

Executive Leadership: Inspire staff by taking accountability of your lifestyle

Executive Leadership: Inspire staff by taking accountability of your lifestyle

Lifestyle change is, by in large, the most effective and cost effective way to enhance leadership and improve staff motivation levels. Motivating staff, as previously identified, requires us as leaders to pass on the habits that we possess. If we want our staff to display the qualities of a good leader, we ourselves need to […]

16 May

How to motivate staff

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How to motivate staff

Motivating staff can be an extremely challenging task at times, particularly given the diversity of the staff that you may employ. Therefore it is essential that you speak in terms of the individual and help the individual to identify what it is they value, thus what it is that motivates them. Staff motivation at it’s […]

8 May

Leongatha Secondary’s 12 Week Challenge

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Leongatha Secondary’s 12 Week Challenge

Leongatha Secondary College participated in their own I Choose Awesome 12 Week Challenge in 2012 to great effect. With only two thirds of their 60 strong staff participating, the results, dare I say it, were Awesome. Here is a testimonial from Business Manager, Gabriel Windsor: “I’ve had a chance to go over the stats for […]

24 April

Stretch and be healthier

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Stretch and be healthier

There are a number of benefits to stretching as I’m sure we may or may not be aware. Stretching should formulate a routine part of your regular exercise regime or more over, a permanent part of your daily routine in general. For those of us with muscular or skeletal pain (back pain, neck pain etc) […]

10 April

First Quarter 2013

First Quarter 2013

“As we grow up, we realize it becomes less important to have more friends and more important to have real ones.” 2013, it’s well and truly under way. Three months down and I come to you with a quarterly that is running a little late… I blame it on the early Easter. All the festivities […]

27 March

Lifestyle choices: the insignificant actions

Posted in Habits, Motivation
Lifestyle choices: the insignificant actions

Each day we are met with the opportunity to make a number of decisions. Some of these decisions bare a considerable amount of weight on how we will go on to define the day, while others will just pass right by and almost go completely unnoticed. It is these actions, these decisions, that interest me […]