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Mid-year Reset

The year is just about half over. This is a good time to revisit and reflect upon your goals and dreams for this year.

Prioritising wellbeing Blog feature

Prioritising wellbeing

We all experienced stress in different ways during the COVID-19 and it’s more important than ever to take care of our wellbeing.

Tools of the Do Good Trade

Over the years I have stumbled across some amazing online tools that help make my work so much easier! Working out of a coworking space at the Bizdojo  for many years, words like Slack, Trello boards and Zaps got bandied around, a LOT! So what are some apps and tools you can use to help […]

Shortcuts to shortlists

Screening CVs is the most laborious part of the recruitment process. Here are assessment tips that can help you speed up your screening process.

Job search on purpose

Job search on purpose

Oftentimes. you search for a job that can provide financial stability rather than a job that is in alignment with your passion. With the right knowledge and mindset, you can find a meaningful career that meets your passion and purpose in life.

Practical strategies for dealing with overwhelm

For years now, busy has been worn as a badge of honour, although recognition of the importance of nurturing our hauora, our wellbeing — both in and out of work — seems to be on the rise.

The ethics of using social media to recruit

Social media platforms are now being used by employers to assist them with their recruiting and hiring, However, before jumping in, it is important to understand the legalities and risks of social media screening.

Four ways to support staff to flourish

Learning new skills and ways of looking at the world keeps us engaged and alert. Humans are wired to learn. Remember that old saying, ‘Use it or lose it’? Turns out that applies to neural pathways too. The old-fashioned way of learning as an adult is to pay money to an expert and go off […]

Self-direct your learning to advance YOUR career, for free

“I’ve had too much professional development”, said no one ever in the do-good sector. A common theme I hear is that your organisation lacks a dedicated professional development budget and aren’t investing in you. While this mentality definitely needs to change in the do-good sector, the good news is that today, if you want to develop […]

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