Category Archives: Insights

  • Talking Up Phones Down

    Posted on January 22, 2018 by admin in Insights, Uncategorized.

    I was talking to a colleague the other day and we were discussing the need and drive of generating social interaction in the meeting/board room.  The discussion was on the back of the article, “How To Get People Off Their Phones In Meetings Without Being A Jerk” by Kirstie Hedges.  One of the recommendations in […]

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  • Training for Parenthood in Work

    Posted on February 19, 2015 by admin in Insights.

    There is a baby formula advert currently on the television telling us that even though we have no experience or training in the job of being a Mum, it is still our job.  And that got me thinking….obviously in the real world, the same is true for Dad’s…but do we really not have any “training”? […]

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  • What is right or wrong?

    Posted on February 19, 2015 by admin in Insights.

    In my client blog, “No More Workface,” and in the article “Journey of Leadership in the Workplace,” I articulated my thoughts and the theories on how leadership has changed in the workplace.  Lately I have been reading and reflecting on this and also on the wider picture of the influences on leadership styles and started […]

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  • Launch of the ABChange Consultancy website

    Posted on February 19, 2015 by admin in Insights.

    ABChange Consultancy understands change can be difficult and scary.  Afterall, the reason why the Consultancy is called ABChange is not due to the letters in the alphabet, but actually based on the biggest change in my life – my children, who we sometimes refer to Child A and Child B due to the first letter […]

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