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2 Mar 2019 12:25 PM | Mal Walker (Administrator)

Join us in Brisbane on Thursday 14th March at the Brisbane Networking Lunch when Julie Mayer FAIEA presents “From Scars to Sustainability – moving people in the change process”

When we talk about the ‘people’ part of change, what does that look like? How can we move people from resistance to engagement in change processes? Are there really some ‘magic wands’ that make a huge difference? These are the key questions to be explored, investigating the ‘why’ and ‘how’ behind ‘what’ we need from our people during any change process. Julie Mayer is a highly skilled and experienced executive leader focusing on design and change across multi-national, corporate, government and not for profit sectors.

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The technology revolutionising GPS voice navigation

Voice technology has come a long way. Besides telling Alexa to turn off the oven and play our favourite music in our homes, now with the right car model we can have our own personal in-car voice assistant. 90 percent of new cars will have some type of speech-recognition capability by 2022, according to recent research.

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The Virtual Work Skills You Need — Even If You Never Work Remotely

Maintaining strong, productive relationships with clients and co-workers can be challenging when you never see the person you’re working with. Yet, it is common to have ongoing work relationships – sometimes lasting years — with people you’ve never met in person.

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The new LinkedIn feature that could spell the end of the business card

There is little doubt the business card is no longer as prevalent as it once was — most people’s details are but a Google search away — but chances are someone, somewhere will still ask you, ‘do you have a card?’ This 2-minute video shows how.

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101 Side Business Ideas and How to Start Without Quitting Your Job

Starting a business requires a lot of time and effort — especially if you plan on keeping your full-time job while running the business. Starting your own business doesn’t mean you have to retire early from your full-time gig. In fact, it could mean the opposite — your business idea might need some time to prove itself before you can afford to leave your job.

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Is AIEA your Side Hustle?

AIEA has been established in Brisbane for a while now and has found a prominent place in the commercial marketplace. An increasing number of senior executives are adopting Interim Management as a preferred business lifestyle, and organisations are finding ready use of them. Perhaps you have checked out AIEA and wished it was operating in your location. Well, it can be.

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What can YOU make into a gig?

Many of us are aware the world of work is changing due to technology and automation. And there's evidence it's affecting all workers in entry-level, intermediate and senior roles. For many, the gig economy offers a solution. These types of arrangements can include freelancing, temp agency work, subcontracting and self-employment.

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Silicon Valley is not the right model for most cities or regions

Today’s world is very different to the world of 20 or 30 years ago, we are experiencing a massive transformation from the industrial era to the information or knowledge era and beyond. Technology is a key driver of change and opening up new opportunities for businesses of all sizes to access global markets.

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100 Common Spam Trigger Words

One of the major barriers to an email being successful is the possibility of it being marked as spam. To the email marketers’ horror, 69% of recipients mark an email as spam before they even open your email.

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Ten One-Liners from the Internet:

1.      The journey of a thousand miles begins with a broken fan belt and a flat tire.

2.      Constipated people don’t give a crap.

3.      Why is a bra singular and panties plural?

4.      Be safety conscious. 80% of people are caused by accidents.

5.      Without ME, it’s just AWESO.

6.      If you do not say it, they can’t repeat it.

7.      I was thinking about how people seem to read the Bible a whole lot more as they get older. Then it dawned on me… they were cramming for their finals.

8.      Be careful of your thoughts, they may become words at any moment.

9.      If you don’t care where you are, then you’re not lost.

10.   Your gene pool could use a little chlorine.


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