16 types of Dysfunctional Organisations

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over … and expecting a different result.” Albert Einstein The professional world in which many of us have to operate, is speeding-up. Laptops and mobile phones with accelerated internet access have resulted in employers expecting employees to be available 24-7. We are living in tempestuous times. Businesses … More 16 types of Dysfunctional Organisations

Dyslexia and Me

In the 70s, my father was considered an ‘enemy of the state.’ This ultimately meant that my family had to move in great haste from Apartheid South Africa to England when I was 5. Within days of arriving in England, I started at my first school. By the age of 16, I had moved to … More Dyslexia and Me

4 Steps to improve your relationship with Money 

“Financial peace is not the acquisition of stuff, it is learning to make your money work for you. This is the process of wealth creation.” 1. Take an inventory of your current financial situation taking into account your life style. Look at your earnings and what you spend line by line. Doing this, no matter … More 4 Steps to improve your relationship with Money 

6 Money habits that could be affecting your financial security 

If you want to heal your relationship you will need to understand that for so many of us, the fear of money was established in early childhood, before you even had a vague concept of the value of money.  You will need to avoid self-judgement, and have a gentle and compassionate approach to yourself and … More 6 Money habits that could be affecting your financial security 

8 ways to spot a bad company culture at interview

When people are interviewing to get a job, they tend to be so focused on making a good impression, that they forget that they can and should also be interviewing the prospective employer. It always surprises me how few people actually take this into consideration. You are unlikely to thrive in a bad company culture. … More 8 ways to spot a bad company culture at interview