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Success at Work, Failure at Home

There’s a debate that rages in the corridors of VCs, startups, and other intense entrepreneurial centers, which is: Can you have it all? Aren’t the best CEOs and founders so ambitious, so driven, that they must sacrifice everything to make it work? 30 more words

Don't Touch the Bananas

I learned a lot of my meagre organisational design and development skills through the mentorship of a great friend, Tim Dalmau.

Tim has taught many of the world’s great company leaders about how cultures really work. 599 more words

Executive Leadership

Want More Women at the Top? Treat Everyone Better.

Well, it isn’t the only thing that is important, but it is one of several interesting conclusions from recent studies. Here is some interesting research about… 769 more words


Being Around For the Long-haul

For the most part we work with people trying to deal with social problems – homelessness, drug and alcohol issues, displaced people, domestic violence, literacy, education participation etc. 418 more words

Chris Gandy

Three Critical Questions for Strategic Planning

Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress;
working together is success.
Henry Ford

As a freshman engineering student, I remember vividly the day my professor announced we needed to know the answer before we performed the calculations.

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Practical Leadership

What Is Your Leadership Platform? Part II

Did you do it? or Did you push the thought aside? Whatever your decision was at the time, it is vital for CU Leaders to take at least 5 minutes daily to reacess their leadership platform(s). 134 more words

NFPs Need to be Innovative


Recently I attended a breakfast hosted by Deloitte, titled “Vision, Budget, Sector Reforms”. The guest speaker was the Minister for Social Services, Scott Morrison.

Unlike his colleagues Tony Abbot and Joe Hockey, the Minister was able to get his message across to the audience of about 70 leaders from the NFP sector in a clear and understandable way. 291 more words

Executive Leadership