Career Development
Issue: October / November 2022

Dealing with Difficult People

By - September 25, 2022

Sunethra Jayaratne Nugawela looks at the art of dealing with difficult people
Career Development
Issue: November / December 2019

Get Sold on Yourself!

By - November 25, 2019

Before you can sell others on you… get sold on yourself says Glynis Devine
Communication
Issue: November / December 2015

A Communication Style That Stinks

By - November 25, 2015

Rhonda Scharf looks like at some kinder ways to relate… well, it’d be rude not to! Last week I met Ani at a workshop I was giving. Ani is a very direct communicator and she feels strongly that her own blunt style of communication is best. She has no intention of changing her style and,... Read more »
Cover Story
Issue: September / October 2014

Time Management or Behaviour Management?

By - September 26, 2014

With 86,400 seconds a day to negotiate, Joanne Barnfather navigates a path Time is precious. You cannot save time. You cannot put a couple hours away in a cupboard to use later when you need them. It seems that time is the greatest enemy of many people. Yet some people seem to get the job... Read more »
Personal Development
Issue: March / April 2014

Unwinding Bad Habits (and Other Feeling-driven Behaviours)

By - March 25, 2014

In my previous article in this magazine, I talked about the benefits of accepting uncomfortable, or unproductive, feelings or desires. I pointed out that when we resist (have negative thoughts about), or try to avoid, such feelings, it generally makes them worse. We can become anxious about feeling anxious or depressed about feeling depressed. Other... Read more »
Leadership
Issue: July / August 2013

Perceptual Positions

By - July 23, 2013

Changing the way you see things can make all the difference says Lindsay Taylor
Personal Development
Issue: July / August 2012

PA behaviours – the ‘what’ and the ‘how’

By - July 25, 2012

There’s more to examining your performance than you think says Adam Fidler It’s a funny word ‘behaviours’ and something that often conjures up an image of a parent telling their child, “To behave…”. However, it’s a term that I became very familiar with when it came to full-year and mid-year performance reviews. In fact, in... Read more »