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Mark Robinson liked Lynette Jensen's blog post Can 100 be the New 70? Implications for a Longer Work Life
Nov 29, 2012
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Can 100 be the New 70? Implications for a Longer Work Life

Baroness Susan Greenfield, renowned British scientist and broadcaster, will be a keynote speaker at Australia’s cutting edge Creative Innovation Conference in Melbourne this week. According to the Weekend Australian, the baroness has come to Australia especially for the conference, in partnership with Melbourne University’s…See More
Nov 24, 2012
Lynette Jensen posted a blog post

The Currency of Relationships

Our Managing Director and Chief Psychologist, Stephen Kohl, believes that since the Global Financial Crisis, people have been demanding more genuine engagement and service in business.In the boom climate prior to late 2009, companies and organisations were prepared to spend much more on out-sourced services like recruitment, training, conferences and “extras”. Following the GFC, things have been leaner and meaner, as organisations learnt…See More
Aug 28, 2012
Lauren Brown and Lynette Jensen are now friends
Aug 23, 2012
Lynette Jensen posted a blog post

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) & Why it Helps to Be Human

 Here’s the good news:Every organisation or individual can achieve a high rating on Google and the other search engines.Here’s the other news:You’ve got to be a good writer and like people, language and communication. You’ve got to work intelligently and consistently.If the second point sounds like bad news to you, here’s why it is this way:Whether on the Internet, in magazines and newspapers, in advertising, in literature, and for TV and movies, writing is…See More
Aug 20, 2012
Lynette Jensen posted a blog post

What Does Sport Teach Us?

Every 4 years, the Olympic Games bring sport into sharp focus across the world, and in most ways the Games are the highest expression of human sporting prowess and endeavour that we have.Why do we participate in and honour sport so much, and what does it teach us about the rest of life and work?The Olympic Games are a celebration of being human. They symbolise and encapsulate competition and co-operation, tenacity, skill, mental…See More
Aug 11, 2012
Lynette Jensen posted a blog post

Human Resources & Innovation

Innovation and Creativity articles dominate the July issue of HR Monthly, the official magazine of AHRI, Australia’s peak Human Resources body.Like businesses and organisations the world over, who are increasingly recognising that innovation and creativity allow them to…See More
Aug 2, 2012
Lynette Jensen liked Trevor Peter Vas's blog post Creative Ideas to Add Value When Jobs Decline
Jul 28, 2012
Lynette Jensen and Mark Robinson are now friends
Jul 27, 2012
Lynette Jensen posted a blog post

Work is Life

Human beings belong to a gregarious species. We live in groups, we organise ourselves in communities, we develop language, rules and technology to communicate with each other, and usually, we work in teams.In short, we engage with each other and with our environment. Our engagement keeps us safe and happy. By co-operating together, in every form of work and endeavour, we support each other, harness the power of multiple skills, talents and intellectual points of view, and we create outcomes…See More
Jul 27, 2012
Lynette Jensen commented on Mark Robinson's blog post Prevention is Better than Cure…
"And say "Good job!".  I think we should never forget that we are all people first, and employees/employers second."
Jul 27, 2012
Lynette Jensen liked Lauren Brown's blog post Creating an Entrepreneurial Culture in Your Organisation
Jul 27, 2012
Lynette Jensen commented on Lynette Jensen's blog post The Secret Ingredient of Creativity in Business.
"Thanks Jo and Kathryn! Staying up till 2am doesn't work nearly as well as "sleeping on it" Jo,  and Kathryn I love your comment that "For businesses of the future it will be the deciding factor between mediocre and potential…"
Jul 20, 2012
Kathryn Parker commented on Lynette Jensen's blog post The Secret Ingredient of Creativity in Business.
"Your incubation secret weapon for business certainly does work. The best ideas or solutions to problems come when they are in the back of your mind and randomly come to the fore as you are doing a non related activity. For me, I get my inspiration…"
Jul 20, 2012
Kathryn Parker liked Lynette Jensen's blog post The Secret Ingredient of Creativity in Business.
Jul 20, 2012
Fiona Clarke liked Lynette Jensen's blog post The Secret Ingredient of Creativity in Business.
Jul 20, 2012

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http://www.genesysaustralia.com
Personal blog
http://www.genesysaustralia.com/?page_id=524
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1-49
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Open networking, Referrals between friends, Very targeted/niche

Lynette Jensen's Blog

Can 100 be the New 70? Implications for a Longer Work Life

Posted on November 24, 2012 at 10:30 0 Comments

Baroness Susan Greenfield, renowned British scientist and broadcaster, will be a keynote speaker at Australia’s cutting edge Creative Innovation Conference in Melbourne this week. According to the Weekend Australian, the baroness has come to Australia especially for the conference, in partnership with Melbourne University’s…

Continue

The Currency of Relationships

Posted on August 28, 2012 at 7:30 0 Comments

Our Managing Director and Chief Psychologist, Stephen Kohl, believes that since the Global Financial Crisis, people have been demanding more genuine engagement and service in business.

In the boom climate prior to late 2009, companies and organisations were prepared to spend much more on out-sourced services like recruitment, training, conferences and “extras”. Following the GFC, things have been leaner and…

Continue

Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) & Why it Helps to Be Human

Posted on August 20, 2012 at 18:30 0 Comments

 

Here’s the good news:

Every organisation or individual can achieve a high rating on Google and the other search engines.

Here’s the other news:

You’ve got to be a good writer and like people, language and communication. You’ve got to work intelligently and…

Continue

What Does Sport Teach Us?

Posted on August 11, 2012 at 13:00 0 Comments

Every 4 years, the Olympic Games bring sport into sharp focus across the world, and in most ways the Games are the highest expression of human sporting prowess and endeavour that we have.

Why do we participate in and honour sport so much, and what does it teach us about the rest of life and work?

The Olympic Games are a celebration of being human. They symbolise and encapsulate competition and…

Continue

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