Identity and its impact at work. Lessons from three leaders at the Thriving Workplace Conference 2019
We each carry with us a unique personal narrative; an identity consisting of core beliefs and unconscious biases that shape our everyday thoughts and actions.
One of our favourite coaches, Marie Forleo, constantly reminds us that insight is only useful once it’s turned into action. What’s a useful first-step to
Our rapidly changing economy is demanding flexibility around the ‘what’ and ‘how’ of the jobs tomorrow. In amidst all this change, one constant will help
Stuck for ideas? Try these three tips for creative brainstorming! Ideas are the currency of the 21st Century. Nothing satisfies our work days more than knowing we’ve shifted a stubborn problem with a creative solution.
Mariane is currently visiting Sunrise Cambodia, as an Entrepreneurs Leadership Coach and Workshop Facilitator with Project Gen Z, an organisation who runs entrepreneurial ‘Dare to Dream’ workshops around the world to disadvantaged youth. In this blog, she shares the symbiosis of the trip – not only a chance to give to the the community but to learn.
Each month, we’ll be interviewing people who have uncovered what’s meaningful to them, and embarked on purpose driven projects, both in and out of work. We call these people our “Impact Influencers” and when it comes to uncovering what you stand for, we hope you’ll be inspired by their journeys.
Meet this month’s Impact Influencer, Maya Brors.
Having a sense of meaning to some can seem like such a fuzzy and intangible task, especially when it comes to work. So where can you begin to uncover your meaning in work? Off the back of recent conversations with clients, we’ve pulled together these three tips below to help you kickstart your very own meaning mapping journey.
How often do 350 thought leading millennials get the opportunity to collide and explore what makes them tick? For its sixth year, the Luminosity Youth Summit offered up this opportunity and, once again, we were super excited to join in!
We all carry with us stories of our lived experiences. The ways by which we interpret and craft these narratives often give clues as to why we choose to move in the world the way we do. At a time when stories of fear, terror and pain frequently go viral, we hope you take from this an example of an alternative narrative. One that celebrates loss, love, hope, optimism and ultimately, growth. We are all connected by our innate desire to make meaning of the events around us. How will you author your own story?