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Archive for July, 2011

Deal with difficult people : how to cope with tricky situations in the workplace. While we’d all like a quiet life, there are some situations that can’t be ignored – it is estimated that up to 2 million Australians will experience workplace harassment at some time during their career. Workplace bullying and discrimination can be […]

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This co-production report (16mb pdf – but opens really quickly) comes from World Economic Forum in collaboration with Stanford University and Endeavor Global.    The aim was that the report would be of special interest to: “Governments seeking to better tailor their initiatives to create thriving entrepreneurial regions/industries/cultures….young entrepreneurs looking for guidance from successful past experiences […]

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BNZ Connect networking event

Last night I attended a BNZ Connect event at Karori.  It was a great opportunity to talk with small business owners who live in Karori and be able to outline how Wellington City Libraries could be of assistance.   The event was most useful and there was a real sense of community.  These events are held […]

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Consumer.ology : the market research myth, the truth about consumers and the psychology of shopping / Philip Graves. “The real strength of this book is that it provides an amazing number of insights about the most elusive facet of local, national, and international commerce: the behavior of consumers. Their psyche. Why any business that hopes […]

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