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Literacy in prisons – breaking the cycle with picture books

This is a 5-minute video about the NZ Howard League for Penal Reform’s Literacy programme in prisons. It’s an organisation I support that is doing wonderful work to help the 50% of inmates in NZ prisons who are illiterate, so … Continue reading

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As inequality rises, so too will conflict

Inequality is increasing rapidly in many countries around the world.  The video below provides a better understanding of inequality in New Zealand (a good number of the graphics include other countries, such as USA and parts of Europe). Journalist Max Rashbrooke explains what happened to … Continue reading

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10 Reasons to Embrace Conflict – published

Those of you who have been reading my blog for a while will recognise this title.  My article just got published in Employment Today magazine – July edition. 10 Reasons to Embrace Conflict Conflict can be  part and parcel of … Continue reading

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The Power of Conflict Coaching

If you’ve ever wondered what Conflict Coaching is, who might use it, and what the benefits are, flick through to page 27 of this online copy of Employment Today to find an article on Conflict Coaching written by Gabrielle O’Brien – Executive … Continue reading

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