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Why cynicism is healthy

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I’m among a growing number of millennials with a level of mistrust of brands and their online communications and an ability to switch off to this content.   We’ve developed a kind of sixth sense; we can spot ‘spin’ and are aware of guerilla comms tactics infiltrating our social media feeds….

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Jeffrey Sachs’ roadmap for sustainable development

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Succinct. Genuine. Direct. World-renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs is a master communicator and I was delighted to attend his lecture on A New Age of Sustainable Development at the Plaza Ballroom in Melbourne on 15 October 2018. His call for global partnerships and systems transformation is one we’ve heard before but…

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Why we sponsor the Banksia Awards

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What better way to raise awareness of the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) than sponsor the new-look Banksia Awards, Australia’s first and foremost sustainability awards.   For a proudly-certified B Corporation that assists clients bring people together to solve social and environmental problems, the decision to sponsor the Banksia Sustainability Awards…

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From Kiev to Currie: the value in mentorship

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“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” –  John F Kennedy Currie is proud to have a long-standing partnership with the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre’s Mentoring Program. The program brings people seeking asylum together with volunteer mentors from vocational, professional and business sectors, exposing them to professional networks that can…

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