FACEBOOK SHOWS IT’S CLAWS, as google shows some class

Google and Facebook are two Artificial Intelligence behemoths. To them, we are data points and have been for the better part of two decades. There is nothing that we think, do, say or act that they don’t have a detailed account of somewhere in the abyss of data that is ‘the cloud’. So as the Australian Government leads the first

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Getting (back) on the Digital Leadership horse

I recently asked a friend (and former colleague) for feedback on my newly minted CV. It’s been a while between interviews. After 20 plus years in corporate, relaunching brands and working with some of the leading individual, team and organisational brands in the world, I’d turned my focus towards balancing my corporate experience with academia as my biological clock ticked

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PM provides inspiration to help US, HELP our kids thru 2020

This morning, PM Morrison provided Australian parents an early Christmas present with the announcement of the NSW/NT/NZ travel bubble. While the PM was doing this, I was engaged in a deep conversation with medical professionals about the mental health crisis affecting our school kids in Sydney and the increased number of suicides of our northern sydney teens in 2020. Any

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Tips for e-Commuting

Many people struggle with working from home or e-commuting to work, because the idea and function of the office is an embedded practice with purpose in our everyday lives. For a lot of us, the office is our ‘escape’. A refined and productive social engagement that is directly attributable to our financial success. However, working from home provides the ability

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How is literacy taught in schools?

by Eileen Honan When education commentators turn their attention to the teaching of reading in Australian schools, they often use metaphors of war. They talk about the reading wars as if our classrooms are sites of intense battle. This can lead to parents becoming not only confused, but deeply worried about the teaching of reading, and whether their children are

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Our Educators are the Unsung Heroes of C-19

Rightly or wrongly, the responsibility for the daily health and well-being of Australian families rests on the shoulders of our educators. Why? Because our ability as CEO of our households sees us now responsible for feeding, clothing, educating and supporting our children while also managing through the financial complications associated with managing the delicacies of employment in the COVID-19 era.

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C-19 – The world has gone mad. Again…

Now, we must STOP, look, listen, think and then act… The shutdown of global industry could well be a by-product of our sheep mentality, but then again it may not… While the ‘Facts’ evade us, so too does the privilege of making informed decisions in our daily lives. So how do we as individuals, sisters, brothers, parents, grandparents, workers, business

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