Congratulations to our 2017 CEW Scholars attending MIT Sloan
Audrey Page & Associates (APA) are delighted to share news of the winners of the 2017 CEW Scholarship to MIT Sloan School of Management in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The recipients of this prestigious award will have the opportunity to study Leading Change in Complex Organisations – vital knowledge for today’s HR Leaders.
Lifelong Learning: Wellbeing and Resilience for April!
“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.” ― Henry Ford
“Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.” ― Socrates
We start our life by learning. Even before we are born, we learn the rhythms and sounds of our parents’ language from inside the womb. Little children love to experiment and learn. Then we go to school. If we are very lucky, we enter an environment marked by curiosity and wonder.
International Women's Day 2017 #BeBoldForChange
It’s International Women’s Day and this year we’re encouraging women to be bold for change. The World Economic Forum predicts that, given our current progress, the gender gap will not close entirely until 2186. In response to this,
Wellbeing and Resilience for March: Creativity
“Creativity takes courage” ― Henri Matisse
“I never made one of my discoveries through the process of rational thinking” ― Albert Einstein
Creativity lies at the heart of change. If there is something in your life that you really want to change, it requires more than just moving the pieces around. It necessitates creating something new.
Wellbeing and Resilience for February - The importance of looking after ourselves
“If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete.” – Jack Kornfield (contemporary author on Buddhism)
If looking after yourself feels self-centred or selfish, then this month’s topic could well be for you! Caring for yourself does not need to be about navel-gazing –
Australian Human Rights Commission paves the way for 2017
Audrey Page & Associates are proud sponsors of the Australian Human Rights Business Award. The Business Award recognises a corporation that has made a practical or policy commitment to the progress of human rights in the Australian community. Australian small business Etiko and the collaboration of Lendlease, Westpac and the Australian Network on Disability were joint recipients of the 2016 Business Award.
Join the APA Team - Business Partnership Manager - Melbourne CBD
Audrey Page & Associates is the most respected Career Management organisation in Australia. Our vision is to help people successfully navigate their working lives. As specialists in career transition, career management, talent retention, change management and executive coaching, we have been helping to deliver effective business and individual career outcomes for more than 20 years.
We are looking for an exceptional Business Partnership Manager to join our team based in the Melbourne office.
Will you be a CEW 2017 Scholar? Senior HR Scholarship to MIT Sloan
Audrey Page & Associates partner with CEW to provide HR Executive Scholarship at MIT Sloan
Applications for the 2017 Scholarship Program open today.
Wellbeing and Resilience for December - Generosity
“Time cannot be packaged and ribboned and left under trees for Christmas morning. Time can’t be given. But it can be shared.”—Cecelia Ahern, Irish novelist (born 1981)
Generosity is good for you. Research suggests that being generous is associated with feeling happier,
Australia's latest gender equality scorecard released - November 2016
The Australian Workplace Gender Equality Agency has released its latest gender equality scorecard based on the Agency’s 2015-2016 reporting data.
The latest data shows some encouraging signs towards gender equality such as:
AHRC Business Award finalists announced - Celebrating 30 Years of the Australian Human Rights Commission
Audrey Page & Associates are proud to sponsor the Business Award category of the 2016 Australian Human Rights Awards. The Business Award acknowledges an organisation
Psychology Week 2016 Compass for Life - Ways to Thrive
Wellbeing is at the core of the work we do at Audrey Page & Associates. Cultivating wellbeing, acknowledging the often unsettling nature of change and the importance of nurturing resilience underpin our offerings to clients and participants, as well as the culture we have built in our workplace. Research has shown that a sense of wellbeing is critical to the success of those in transition.
Wellbeing and Resilience for November, Anger and Irritation, and what you can do about it
Anger and irritation are a completely normal part of the range of human emotions. They alert us that something is wrong – perhaps we feel threatened, or we see a personal value we strongly believe in being broken by another, or we are afraid. And while it is perfectly normal to sometimes feel irritation and anger, if we don’t know how to understand and look after these emotions productively we can get carried away by them, they can become habitual, and we can act in ways that are harmful to ourselves and others.
Wellbeing and Resilience for October - Eating Well! World Food Day 16th October
“What you eat today walks and talks tomorrow.” Anon.
Our bodies need fuel, and there are many different sources of this fuel. This month we suggest you focus on what you are putting into your mouth. There are seven major classes of nutrients, and an important ingredient to our overall level of health is the balance we achieve in these different nutritional classes.
Wellbeing and Resilience for September - RU OK?
R U OK? is all about how to start a conversation – a conversation that might really matter. In Australia almost 2.5 thousand people commit suicide each year – almost seven people every day. And of these, approximately 75% are men. It is the leading cause of death, in both men and women, for those aged between 15 – 44.
Wellbeing for August - Self-esteem: what are you proud of about yourself?
“Be faithful to that which exists within yourself.” André Gide, French author and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1947 (1869 – 1951)
When you think about who you are, do you feel happy and satisfied? Do you feel neutral? Or do you feel highly critical? It’s pretty normal to feel all these things, but if we spend too much time in the self-critical end of the spectrum, everyday life can become a burden, and it can even predispose us to depression and anxiety.