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Senior strategist at Colenso BBDO Amy Pollok explores how businesses can see their weaknesses as something to be proud of – and even a way

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Thanks to the sophisticated tech platforms at our fingertips, more Kiwi companies than ever are swapping city slicking for the small-town life, but is

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The cashless society is coming – you can bet your last physical dollar on it, David Cohen says. The smart money says we may

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Managing director of BC&F Dentsu Murray Streets makes a case for why rather than celebrating broad business terms like 'culture’ and ‘inclusion’, we should

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Thinking of making a career pivot into an entirely new job, industry or even into your own business? Entrepreneurial business coach Debra Chantry

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Telecommunications company Vodafone is letting some of its employees clock off early on a Friday afternoon, and it's a win-win situation, says an organisational

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DDB regional chief creative officer for Australia and New Zealand Damon Stapleton examines the recent flop of the movie Cats, which seemed like by

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Mental health is one of the most important topics of conversation in business for 2019, but it can be hard to know what

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Maria Devereux was once a budding art director who to my colleagues appeared cheerful, hard-working and happily married. But what no-one knew was that

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sustainable businesses

The world is on the cusp of big change in business, with awareness of the climate and environmental challenges the world is facing at

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There’s something undeniably inspiring about engaging in creativity with kids, Virtuo creative director Blythe Rees-Jones says. They dream big, hesitate little and have an infectious degree

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Work stress has become a real health threat, with 65 percent of Kiwis reporting to experience work-related stress on a daily basis. Pressure and anxiety

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The winners of the 2019 Humankind Employee Experience (EX) Workplace and Inspiration Awards were announced last week, which celebrate the companies that are creating

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Natalie Ferguson is the co-founder of Wellington-based digital investment platform Hatch and is also in charge of product, marketing and customers for the company.  Here's how

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There’s no doubt that business transformations are stressful experiences for employees. Unfortunately, many transformation leaders are ill-equipped and under-prepared to manage the end-to-end transformation

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Richard Conway is the founder and CEO of searching engine optimisation company, Pure SEO. He is also on the board of The Well Foundation

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Finalists for the Humankind Employee Experience (EX) Awards have been revealed, with Sharesies, Xero, Smudge Apps and Overland Footwear among the companies that have

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A few weeks ago, tens of thousands of Kiwi kids took to the streets. Not to goof off or create havoc, but to take

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Marketing guru and head of content marketing at The Warehouse Group Cassie Roma offers some tips on what to worry about – and equally, what not to

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Charlotte Lockhart is the chief executive officer of the 4 Day Week, and her husband Andrew Barnes is the founder of Perpetual Guardian, the company that's

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Women in marketing in New Zealand are curious, creative change makers. To celebrate their impact on the industry and dive deep into some lively

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Dil Khosa is working on multiple projects in the tech ecosystem, from operations and people at Mentemia, a mental wellness tech organisation, to being a NZ

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Is sustainability just another consumer trend? Unravelled Consultants founder and director Vanessa Thompson considers the longevity of this wide-ranging movement.

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Samantha Gadd is the founder and managing director of Humankind and a director of its sister company, Kin. Humankind is a consulting business providing

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Humans are facing the fastest rate of change and some of the biggest challenges our species has ever encountered. Never before have transformative skillsets,

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Wellness is one of the hot topics of 2019, but how do you implement policies that actually, meaningfully, work? Timely founder Ryan Baker says

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