1509, 2016

Stay Sharp – Tell Me More: How diverse teams lead to greater productivity

As the workplace grows more diverse, and as businesses become more global in their customers and clients, organizations can learn much from what psychology knows about overcoming negative stereotypes that generate friction between groups.

Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence and Focus, explains how diverse teams lead to greater productivity.

1409, 2016

Stay SHARP – In Focus: Complementary teams make organizations sharper


I hope that most of you had a chance to take some time off to recover over the summer. September, when we are feeling more rested and energized, offers a good opportunity to rethink how we work – and particularly how we can leverage the teams we work in to increase everyone’s productivity and happiness.

It is generally believed that opposites attract; however, the inverse is true when it comes to entrepreneurial business partners. At the outset of a new venture, initial differences in working styles, thinking processes and ideas can […]

308, 2016

Stay Sharp – Leadership Development Launch (Australia)

For more information or to register to the program please contact Kim Singline.

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208, 2016

Stay Sharp – Tell Me More: Boost your health with high-intensity physical exercise

Researcher Øivind Rognmo, at the Cardiac Exercise Research Group at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, discusses his findings on high-intensity physical exercise and its significant health benefits. He and his team focus on understanding the cardiovascular adaptations to exercise training and their impacts on human health.

Watch the video to find out how can high-intensity physical exercise boost your health…

208, 2016

Stay SHARP – In Focus: The benefits of high intensity interval training


It’s Olympics time and many of us are about to find ourselves watching some of the world’s finest athletes in action. We may not be at Olympic level – but that won’t stop us wondering how our own exercise regimes shape up.

In recent months, I have been looking at the research on this for my own fitness and I have been surprised at the mounting evidence in favor of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). HIIT is based on the principle of rapidly repeated physical exertion followed by recovery. So for example, rather than […]