Sitting on my deck working, while throwing our dog a ball, listening to Tui's in the Totara tree, I realised how relaxing it was, then I looked up to our three palm trees and felt like I was in Fiji again...
Rumblings from the jungle...
Hear AFQY's ROAR
At the April 26 AFQY Online Event, Roxanne Salton, CDO for Southern Cross shared the lessons her and her team have learned about preparation, wellness, and perspective while going into lockdown.
Insights and advice for high-performing Board of Directors, and all leaders of influence, to lead through the crisis and to the other side
What is the role of a high-performing Board of Directors in a situation like this, and how can all leaders of influence, lead through the crisis and to the other side? Sheridan Broadbent, a speaker at the AFQY Online event on March 26th, shared her advice.
During the AFQY Online Event on March 26 we heard from creators of a number of recently created, or pivoted, platforms designed to help people out during the covid-19 crisis.
Where I will write my blog
With the 10th Year Celebrations kicking off in Hurricane country, we had a blast with 85-90 attendees, maybe more, we had 118 rsvp and I didn't count and took the above group shot towards the end when a few had taken off, but hey we're pretty relaxed at A Few Quiet Yarns.
After running a special theme "No Woman. No Man," event on July 5th to record attendance - we are reverting back to "the usual thanks" to test what happens to the gender mix when there is no special requirement.
155 plus filled AFQY Homebase aka Bungalow8 again for A Few Quiet Yarns, to get introduced to the room, to share a laugh about taxi's and pregnancy (you had to be there, or wait for the video ;-)...
When we launched the promotions for #AFQY March 1st event we said, "It's way too... quiet... so bring on the first yarn for 2018", and we were taken quite literally with 158 people filling up Bungalow8 which was busting at the seams and the first not-so-quiet yarns for the year took place!
I posted on LinkedIn recently about my return to coaching Rugby