Regional communities

Can leadership be taught?

Can leadership be taught?

It doesn’t seem that long ago I was asked to deliver a workshop in leadership.  As I felt a little weird about delivering such content I agreed to work with the pre-prepared materials and diligently set about delivering the lesson. After lunch I’d reached my […]

#3 Flying pigs at number 20

#3 Flying pigs at number 20

Week 3 of posts to inspire you in your leadership journey and through the week.  “Pensive they sit, and roll their languid eyes, Nibble their toast, and cool their tea with sighs, Or else forget the purpose of the night, Forget their tea — forget […]

Are you losing sleep over funding?

Are you losing sleep over funding?

Is funding, or more so the financial sustainability of your organisation, idea or project keeping you awake at night? If you have been reliant on government funding to exist over the past years you’ll know, without a doubt that the marketplace is shifting. Some funding […]

#1 Flying pigs at number 20

#1 Flying pigs at number 20

This is the first of who knows how many weekly posts. Posts to inspire you in your leadership journey and through your week. Perhaps you may not consider yourself as a leader and in the land of the ‘tall poppy’ it’s quite likely that you […]

The timing is always right

The timing is always right

Did you ever wonder what life would be like if you had met that person back then, or said that thing when you’d thought of it, taken that course on that date or got on the bus there and then. Did you ever criticise yourself […]

Solving the five biggest problems in regional communities

Solving the five biggest problems in regional communities

As you may know regional communities are important for Evolve Network.  A lot of our consultancy work has been in this realm.  The following post is for our friends working in regional Aus. As I speak with people who reside in regional communities they tell […]

The difference between passion and ‘what matters’

The difference between passion and ‘what matters’

As I’ve been asking people ‘what matters’ so often these days I’ve noticed that others often step in and do a translation to this pressing question. Invariably they will say things like: “you know, what matters most to you?”, “what’s important to you?” or “what […]