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Well-being at work – is it someone else’s job?
Can I leave my responsibility for my well-being to someone else? This article looks at well-being at work, and where our own responsibility plays a key part in this.
There is honour in every job
Exploring the true meaningfulness in work, regardless of the job, and how we choose what to give our attention to at work.
Working together – Group work on Earth: Part 1
We work as teams and groups for much of our working lives - why is it important to consider the way our teams and groups function? Is it possible that the way we work in teams or groups has a wider impact than we realise?
Working together – Group work on Earth: Part 2
How we work in groups and the importance of group work has a wider impact than we may realise. This article looks at the ripple effect of working in groups and how all groups need each other for the wider whole.
Competition or connection: What are students really learning?
We often use the phrase ‘healthy competition’ but how ‘healthy’ is it? What if children are receiving another message from the pressure of ‘winning and striving to be the best’, that has a significant impact on their wellbeing?
Is there such a thing as a job with no stress?
Stress at work has become a normal way of life for almost everyone. In this exposé on work stress we look at why stress is so common at work, and ask is there another way?
Warzone kitchens: Michelin stars, gender equality and fire in our bellies
We like to dine out and have food professionally cooked for us – as a treat after a busy week, or to celebrate an occasion. But what really makes a top quality meal?
Let's challenge the time tyrant
The best stress management tool is creating an honest working environment where good relationships create motivation and quality productivity.
Work – the binding factor in our society
Do you know that feeling of not wanting to go to work? Have you ever questioned why this is the case and what impact it has on your life?
Sounds of Soul
Melbourne based musicians Catherine Wood and Tina Kopa freelanced internationally for many years when they found themselves on the same gig. A lasting friendship was sparked – fast forward a decade or so and ‘Sounds of Soul’ was born.
From choosing to be invisible to letting myself be seen
‘When I first started working in the fashion industry I worked as an invisible person. I would produce work that was highly recognised but no one knew who I was.’
We did it Together
The stress of competition at work – does it separate or unite us?
A tender man – before and after competitive sport
I started to play competitive sport when I was very young. I played rugby union from when I was a thin, tender and delicate 9-year-old boy and in my second year my team lost every game.