Entries by Gihan Perera

Kick-Start 2023



It’s coming up to 2023, and after almost three years of the pandemic, Australia is open for business again. Are you ready to make 2023 the best year yet for your organisation, business, team, and yourself? In this interactive presentation, I show you how to gain clarity in uncertainty so you ...

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Disruptive Questions



You might be heaving a huge sigh of relief that we’re over the worst of the pandemic, but what do we need to do differently in 2023? You don’t have to change everything you do. But as much as you focus on your short-term priorities and actions, you must also keep a more long-term eye [&...

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Give Clarity



I was recently speaking at a conference for the top performers of a large global organisation. My client asked me to emphasise that just because they’re at the top of their game, this is not the time to be complacent. I know this is true, and I often talk about it, so I was happy […]

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Priorities Have Changed



As we’re coming out of the worst of the pandemic, many leaders and organisations are looking to the future. But beware! The pandemic has forced people to change their goals, priorities, and aspirations – and that applies to your customers, employees, peers, and community. Register for &...

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Beware The Disruptors



We will always see disruption and change, but in stable times it’s not as easy to shake people out of their comfort zone. But in a crisis like – oh, say, a global pandemic – all bets are off, and people reassess, reevaluate, and reprioritise what’s important to them. That ma...

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A Culture of Change Agents



If you have created a workplace environment that doesn’t encourage, nurture, and inspire people to ‘go above and beyond’, that’s your fault, not theirs. It’s up to you to engage them, motivate them, or inspire them. And if you can’t do that, then (gasp!) pay them more! That’s the pric...

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Clear Their Path



Although my first sporting love is cricket, I’m also a fan of Australian Rules Football. We’re in finals month now, so it seems like a good time to talk about it. A common defensive tactic in Aussie Rules is ‘shepherding’, where you assist a team mate from a distance. In brief, if a tea...

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