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Flexibility and Fabulousnesssss

Lockdown in Rishikesh Here we are. In the last few months many of us had to face changes, some of them highly challenging. Existence has called on us to review our life choices and to stop and notice where we

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The corporate animal – 4 – The Elephant

I became an foster mommy to a new born baby elephant that was found alone in the African bush in April this year. It was with sadness that I heard last week that little Ajabu had died. I dedicate this

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The corporate animal – 3 – The Owl

During a recent drive in the african bush we were lucky enough to spot a pair of giant eagle owls. These owls are the largest owls in south africa and are regognisable by their bright pink eyelids. (Aren’t they gorgeous?)

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The corporate animal – 2 – The Kingfisher

Not only the crocodile impressed me from the wooden enclosure of the bird hide. A tiny kingfisher put on a delightful show and taught me a lot about perseverance. That little guy sat quietly staring at the water for a v.e.r.y long

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The corporate animal – 1 – mr/ms croc

I recently spent a few days in the African bush. One of the pleasures of having a base in Johannesburg is easy access to the Kruger National Park.  KNP is a beautiful natural environment larger than the entire country Israel.

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Spiritual Intelligence

I started facilitating in an era when even emotional intelligence was seen to be too “fuzzy” to be taken seriously in the workplace. In the 90’s it was really tough going to sell “soft skills” into organisations. Thankfully this has

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