The Unconventional Bully

There's workplace conflict resolution training coming up for my team and we've been asked to think about the question, "What does bullying look like to us?", as pre-course preparation. Instantly, when I think of a bully I think of the stereotype of a tall man with broad shoulders and a booming voice. Someone who stands... Continue Reading →

The Art of Forgiveness

There were monkey bars in the playground at my primary school. Old fashioned steel ones where the brightly coloured paint had cracked and peeled, having been baked to a crisp by the hot Australian summer sun. Those monkey bars were often too hot to hold onto or too rough on the palms of your hands... Continue Reading →

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