Month: June 2015

The importance of June 30

June 30th would have been my dad’s 70th birthday. Dad died of mesothelioma at 57, 13 years ago next month, as a result of workplace exposure to asbestos back in the 60’s when he was an apprentice fitter and turner with the State Electricity Commission in Victoria at Hazelwood Power Station. Sascha was only 7 […]

Asking the Question – Are you Happy or Not?

Providing people with the opportunity to let us know how they’re feeling has always been an important part of our workplace culture, and we’ve used a variety of different mechanisms to do this over the years, ranging from in person and electronic discussion forums to survey tools with both fixed and customisable content. One of […]

Sleeping Out to #combathomelessness with Vinnies

This Thursday night I’ll be joining nearly 200 other CEO’s and business leaders from Brisbane to sleep outdoors at Suncorp Stadium for this years Vinnies CEO Sleepout.  I’ve slept out with Vinnies twice before in 2012 and 2013 (last year I was overseas with Sascha at the Girl Up Summit in Washington so couldn’t be […]

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