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The #1 Way to Reduce Stress is….Planning featured image

The #1 Way to Reduce Stress is….Planning

This article is about planning and how it may assist you to be more productive and less stressed in your everyday routines. It can assist you in embracing planning and creating plans that work for you so that you can live a less stressful life.

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How to Ask Right when it comes to Grant Writing

Grants make up a key part of the fundraising mix for many Kiwi not-for-profit organisations. If you are new to this space or want to ramp up your grant income, check out this Do Good Live Chat. In this Do Good Live Chat we have two experts on this topic – Dave Marsh and Stephanie […]

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Too young, too old, just right – The goldilocks recruitment method

Employees of all ages are affected by age discrimination. Many employers may be unaware of the impact of age-related biases on their employment decisions. There are easy steps you can take to guarantee you’re not discriminating against candidates or workers based on their age or making assumptions about how their age affects their ability to perform a job.

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Rachael Elder- Inspiring Stories

It was a pleasure for the Do Good Jobs team to interview Rachael Elder, filmmaker, writer, sexual harm prevention advocate and Business Development Manager at Inspiring Stories. She spied an ad for her current role through Do Good Jobs and it brought her to Te Whanganui-a-Tara where she is right at home with creatives, change-makers […]

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Joining a not for profit board

Joining a not for profit board can be a great opportunity to both boost your personal development and give back to your community. But here are some things to consider before you join.

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Leading with Aroha – Lucy Boomer

We’ve found the perfect person to spotlight during Mental Health Awareness Week – People & Organisational Development Manager at Mental Health Foundation, Lucy Boomer. Lucy has been part of the Do Good Jobs community for years, in her People and Culture role at Greenpeace and as a founding member in our Purpose-Driven Productivity course in […]

How to Develop An Employee Wellbeing Strategy to Thrive

Join us LIVE on Wednesday 29th September, 2.30PM. Streamed on YouTube – Hit “Set reminder” here to be notified when we go live, or join us on Linkedin.   Join us LIVE on Wednesday at 2.30pm On this Do Good Live Chat Julia is chatting with Kate Milburn, an organisational psychologist at Umbrella, an organisation […]

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Can we end awkward salary conversations?

Many employees believe it is impolite to discuss pay at work; in certain cases, it is against company policy. But, for the most part, it makes people feel uneasy. Keeping a toe in the market is the greatest approach to figure out what you’re worth.

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Emotional Culture Deck: a new approach to organisation culture through the F* word {*Feelings}

Workplace emotional culture has a significant impact on what it’s like to work at a given company. We believe that if you want to ensure that your change projects succeed, that your teams are engaged, productive, and resilient, and that your working relationships are marked by trust, empathy, and respect, you must pay attention to and understand your organization’s emotional culture.

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Harnessing your superpowers

These are the several approaches you can take to figure out your personality type. You can then use the knowledge obtained from these tests to improve your performance in your job applications.

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Chantelle Cobby – Doing what she loves with Shelterbox NZ

When Shelterbox New Zealand advertised for the Fundraising and Marketing Manager position our interest was piqued. It’s an interesting proposition, to be based in NZ but essentially supporting aid and development work internationally. With Shelterbox, that support is wherever disaster has struck. Scrolling down the posts on Shelterbox NZ’s Facebook page / website is to […]