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WeChat: you benefit. Social media on the other side of the Great Firewall

With over 700 million active monthly users, and a remarkably positive growth trajectory, WeChat is rapidly becoming ingrained in the fabric of Chinese business.

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Mentoring Indigenous kids gives more than just a chance for a better education

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela Sadly, the story of a talented Indigenous kid who has difficulties with their teachers…

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Fail like a feline; why cats winning the internet is good news for innovation

If dogs truly are people’s best friend, why have cats won the internet?

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Financial planners – professional advice stems from professional standards

Today, the Senate Economics References Committee hearing for the Scrutiny of Financial Advice inquiry begins. After your health, your finances are the second most important influence in having a comfortable…

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Gender Diversity. It’s not all about women

The Women’s Empowerment Principles held its annual summit in New York City last week. These Principles are dedicated to empowering women to participate fully in economic life across all sectors…

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Don’t just press ‘send’

Achieving the desired cut-through for your internal message is always a tricky task with all the graymail and white noise clogging our information pathways. But let me make this clear…

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A passion for Reconciliation

Jawun’ means ‘friend’ or ‘family’ in the Kuku Yalanji language of Mossman Gorge, Queensland. I have just come back from a six week secondment to Kununurra in the East Kimberley…

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Working Out Loud #WOL

I’ve started to ‘Work Out Loud’. The term ‘Working out loud’ (WOL) was coined by Bryce Williams and is a way of gaining value from collaboration, often through social networks.…

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