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The world has changed in a little less than a year with the advent of COVID19. In Aotearoa people have now endured a series of staged lock downs to enable the Government, health authorities and agencies to eliminate the virus and return New Zealand to some form of norm...

When I applied for my first job at McDonalds in the city where I grew up at 15 I was knocked back. Apparently there were other people better than me at flipping burgers. When I turned 16 I applied for my second job cleaning a supermarket in the early hours before schoo...

A board can be a strength or a weakness to your organisation. For the most part an effective board is one that supports management in the implementation of the organisations strategy. They know what needs to be done because of them understands the role they play. A bad...

We all sure can learn a lot from Steve Jobs. In today's post we'll concentrate not on what success-lessons his story teaches but rather the failures.

Some years back, before Apple had come into its second being, Steve Jobs sat down with the Silicon Valley Historical Soc...

When many people embark on a second career they don’t turn to a new job or even a role change – they turn to opening their own small business. In fact, a great many people turn to the world of franchising where their options are vast and wide. From a McDonalds to a 7-1...

I often hear from job seekers that they have applied for dozens if not hundreds of jobs and very rarely get a reply or even an interview. Over time, as the feeling of rejection sets in confidence takes a hit and anxiety and depression can creep in. Many people feel as...

I have heard a lot of stories in my time involved with the employment and recruitment sector around questions asked during an interview that leaves you wondering “what were they thinking?” – and I am not talking about questions those being interviewed ask potential emp...

There are SIX things successful people know and understand. For me they are the secrets to what makes success, nurtures it and builds on it. They are five things all start-up, entrepreneurs and small business owners need to know:

Seizing moments and opportunities

Success...

With increased globalization and technology, the future of work will be impacted. Check out the jobs that will become extinct and the ones which provide a promising outlook! 

A recent jobs report shows that the jobs we know today will be extinct tomorrow but if you’re s...

Public speaking might come natural to some people but many struggle with it. Here are 5 tips you can follow to improve your skills and impress the audience! 

At some point in your career or as you startup your business then chances are you will have to enter into the wo...

This is what the daily struggle of life looks like and what we can all do about it.

Life in Aotearoa is a game of two halves. By that I mean those who are doing ok and those who are struggling when it comes to every day of life. But; when you peer beneath the polished v...

We have all heard and seen the stories emerging from New York to Spain about the death toll of COVID19 being largely our generation of elders. The fear they have in isolation is not something new and while many believe this is a recent issue - its not. Loneliness and i...

What to do in order to get your dream job? From writing resumes to the job interview, follow and implement these 10 tips to yield better results for your future career!

When I applied for my first job at McDonalds in the city where I grew up at 15 I was knocked back. Ap...

Lock down and isolation can be pretty tough for a lot of our whanau and often that might feel alone and the only ones facing challenges. For many of our whanau who might be anxious there are some simple things that we can all do such as listening without judgement and...

As someone who has been working in suicide prevention for some years now i know that often having a simple conversation can make all of the difference when a loved one is doing it tough. COVID 19 and the lock down tends to amplify how we feel when we are isolation or a...

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Sir Apirana Ngata was a man who set the pace of his times and a true Maori leader. He has often been described as the foremost Māori politician to have ever served in Parliament, and is also known for his work in promoting and protecting Māori culture and language. In the 1905 election, Ngata himself stood as the Liberal candidate for the Eastern Maori electorate, challenging the incumbent Wi Pere. He was elected to Parliament.

 

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