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How do you show up?

By Kay Hannaford

Occasionally, the last thing we feel up to is going to work, let alone performing. Life intervenes in our best laid plans and leaves us in no state to manage work scenarios. What do you do when you have no choice but to show up and deliver, even when you are struggling with other issues? Is it possible …

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AM Consulting 2 Years in Business

AM would like to thank their clients and candidates for their amazing support and loyalty.  

We quote “It has been our privilege to assist you with your organisations’s growth and continued success and to our candidates we are proud we have helped you advance your career. Your continued support has contributed to our success and growth, and for that we are …

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Is there joy in work?

By Kay Hannaford

The word ‘joy’ is rarely heard in relation to work in my experience and I’m on a mission to change that.

By joy, I mean a feeling of great pleasure, delight or happiness, something we might associate with personal experiences, but rarely professional ones.

We use the benign word ‘enjoy’ much more commonly. While milder in connotation it is more …

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Terra Mater – Mother Earth Art Exhibition

The Intersect Gallery is very proud to be hosting the work of South Australian female artists Liz Butler, Jenny Clapson, Sally Heinrich, Erica Hill, Lloma Mackenzie, Lorelei Medcalf, Jo Mildenhall, Tina Moore, Vicki Reynolds and Lucy Timbrell.

With a diverse range of printmaking techniques, the 50 works in the exhibition reflect vibrant artistic visions of the splendour and bounty of our …

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Who are your champions?

By Kay Hannaford

Brunching with Terry, a former colleague, years ago, I mused that I would like to move to Sydney in the next 12 to 18 months. A few weeks later, he phoned to say his sister-in-law had taken a role as head chef at a Sydney restaurant. She requested training for all wait staff and they needed a trainer. …

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Mother Christmas

By Kay Hannaford

I so love how leadership can show up in shiny and unexpected ways.

Last weekend, twenty five neighbours met for our annual Christmas get-together, this time to share stories of memorable Christmas rituals or gifts. I immediately knew I wanted to share magical memories of the Christmas Eve street parade at Riverton where I grew up, the wonder of …

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