‘Mindfulness’ has become hugely popular in recent years.
CEOs and many other professionals have credited mindfulness with improving their performance, reducing stress, and providing an overall greater satisfaction in both work and life. So what are they all going on about? Let’s take a look.
Holiday season is upon us
…and with it comes an excess of reasons to celebrate!
With HSCs and VCEs happening this month, you might be feeling a little bit overwhelmed if you’re in Year 12 right now. But don’t fret. (more…)
Do you often find yourself wishing there were more hours in a day? Read on for some advice on how you can make the hours you’ve got really count. (more…)
As we’ve discussed in previous blogs, there are plenty of changes to be expected for the future of ‘work’ and the workplace. The workforce of tomorrow is likely to operate very differently from the way it does today. (more…)
Last week, we posted a blog about commercial design trends that are reshaping the workplace of today – an interview with Sarah, workplace strategist at a New York commercial real estate firm. (more…)
We were lucky enough to sit down with Sarah, a New York based specialist in workplace strategy, to get her thoughts on what the workplace of the future might look like.
Sarah’s role is to liaise with organisations to decide what work environment would be most appropriate for them. “We facilitate the design process, get them ready for the new environment and settle them in,” she says. (more…)
“Long gone will be the days in which our commerce was dominated and monopolized by big box corporations, and in will come heart-centered businesses in which people will be offering services and products full of passion.” (more…)
As new technologies are developed, so too are job roles that support them. By the time we’re old and grey, there’ll be a whole new string of jobs that don’t even exist yet. To show you how this plays out, let’s look at just a few popular roles that weren’t around a decade ago. (more…)
For many students when they begin their education journey, they spend a lot of energy and focus on the classroom. Projects, lectures, assessments and discussions are all pieces of the pie that make up a formal education. (more…)