Tony Gibson on January 15th, 2018

See the difference it makes by just getting people to focus on their strengths or gifts. Help people get more meaning and wellbeing in their lives by mentoring and coaching. Invest in experience with older workers the business case stands up as you tap into a skills shortage.

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Tony Gibson on December 19th, 2017

Attract young staff with a green culture

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Tony Gibson on December 15th, 2017

A study by CPP Asia Pacific found that people like to spend time at Christmas as follows: 49% of people mentioned being with family, friends or loved ones; 34% mentioned eating, 17% presents, 9% drinking, 9% cooking, 9% visiting family or friends, 9% going to church, 7% TV, 7% walk, 7% games, and 5% having people […]

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Tony Gibson on September 14th, 2017

I was fortunate to experience my high school years at an inner city public school in Brisbane that was a melting pot of different nationalities and racial groups. I developed friendships from this time and for me it has highlighted my belief that diversity is what makes great organisations and makes Australia a great nation. […]

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Tony Gibson on August 29th, 2017

I have taken on a role as an ambassador with RE-THINK RE-ENGAGE FOUNDATION AUSTRALIA The RRF is an Australian non-profit organisation committed to influencing and supporting Australia’s O5UW’s (i.e. over 50’s underemployed overqualified workers) transforming this talent to drive innovation in the Australian economy. The Federal Government has just announced a trial to bring back […]

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Tony Gibson on August 20th, 2017

Take a quiet slow walk in nature it will nurture and heal your mind, body and spirit. A walk allows you to be in harmony as you return to an instinctive sense of what life is and how to live. I completed the 90 K Cooloola Great Walk over 5 days from Rainbow Beach to […]

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Tony Gibson on July 6th, 2017

A stunning coastal icon of our headlands and dunes, the Pandanus, is the focus of a community conservation project to celebrate its cultural significance and to support its conservation on the Sunshine Coast. Unitywater’s Community Sponsorship Program has funded this initiative, enabling Coolum and North Shore Coast Care to work with Kabi Kabi Traditional Owners, […]

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Tony Gibson on June 9th, 2017

Mindfulness training, mentoring and the accidental counsellors are some of the ways we can provide supportive workplaces and help to prevent suicides. This article provides some practical ideas to make your workplace safer. See the article from HRM On Line. How workplaces can help prevent suicide

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Tony Gibson on June 2nd, 2017

Daniel Bauer writing in the PA Times “U.S. infrastructure and its present state of operating capacity is dominated by substantial costs to upgrade and/or costs attributed to new construction. Either way, the issue of infrastructure seems to be increasingly categorized as a ‘wicked’ policy problem”. Clearly infrastructure development in Australia is the same wicked problem […]

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Tony Gibson on April 16th, 2017

The current level of unemployment stops many people being able to afford security, safety and basic needs. If we add to the unemployment levels. Underemployment, we have a significant problem. Underemployment describes a situation where the potential labour of employed people is not fully used. For example underemployed would be people employed part time or […]

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