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Pinch of Thought - Your Move

My wife, Nicki and I spent a decade moving home every year. From North London to South London (ne’er the twain!). From the UK to Hungary. Four more times within Budapest. Across the world to Sydney. Bondi (a DO NOT PASS GO visa imperative for incoming ‘Poms’), Eastern Suburbs, Northern Beaches (twice). Finally we were done! Nine times in nine years, we went through the pain of packing. Occasionally we paid people to help. It sounds like a great idea, but never really worked. You see, packers…See More
Nov 2
Mark Hodgson posted a blog post

Pinch of Thought - Your Move

My wife, Nicki and I spent a decade moving home every year. From North London to South London (ne’er the twain!). From the UK to Hungary. Four more times within Budapest. Across the world to Sydney. Bondi (a DO NOT PASS GO visa imperative for incoming ‘Poms’), Eastern Suburbs, Northern Beaches (twice). Finally we were done! Nine times in nine years, we went through the pain of packing. Occasionally we paid people to help. It sounds like a great idea, but never really worked. You see, packers…See More
Oct 30

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What would you like to share about yourself?
Mark Hodgson comes from a highly successful corporate leadership background in media and advertising and has worked in Australasia, the UK, Central Europe and Russia.

Mark draws on a track record of hands-on experience backed by learning across multiple disciplines. He’s an expert in leading change and holds an MBA level Change Management qualification from AGSM. More than a lecture room theorist, he has inspired large teams across both commercial and NFP sectors. Mark led a business transformation within the employment services division of a large Australian provider, creating a vision, culture and energy that turned a $1m loss into a $4m profit. He is also a mentor in Thought Leaders, a global authority on helping organizations to thrive by positioning themselves as leading influencers in their market.
Personal blog
http://uk.thoughtleadersglobal.com/blog/
How many employees in your company?
1-49
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
Leading Change, Helping bring out greatness in others. Encouraging HR experts to step up to take their rightful place at the top table!
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking

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Pinch of Thought - Your Move

Posted on October 30, 2017 at 21:13 0 Comments

My wife, Nicki and I spent a decade moving home every year. From North London to South London (ne’er the twain!). From the UK to Hungary. Four more times within Budapest. Across the world to Sydney. Bondi (a DO NOT PASS GO visa imperative for incoming ‘Poms’), Eastern Suburbs, Northern Beaches (twice). Finally we were done!



Nine times in nine years, we went through the pain of packing. Occasionally we paid people to help. It sounds like a great idea, but never really worked. You…

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Time to drop the act!

Posted on August 11, 2017 at 7:00 0 Comments

Have you noticed how successful people have a knack for making their life look less bumpy than yours? They glide across everyday challenges, unfazed by the dramas that conspire to frustrate your progress. If your dream is to make a good living doing your own thing, this lightness of touch can seem both attractive and unattainable. It’s easy to become discouraged.

It’s not like in the movies

Would that we could live in the unreality of the silver screen. There’s a lot…

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What’s the Plan Malcolm?

Posted on August 3, 2017 at 8:30 0 Comments

Demise of this great country

I love travelling. There’s no better way to create a new perspective. After three weeks overseas I’ve found myself reviewing my thoughts on Australia. I think we’ve lost the plot. As a strategist, mentor and consultant, I work with businesses and individuals to create…

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What currency are you carrying?

Posted on July 27, 2017 at 9:00 0 Comments

It’s that time of year when many of us head off overseas. Different country, different culture and different currency. I’ve recently returned from my native Britain. Fancying myself as something of a global traveler, I like to keep a bit of local currency in my wallet. (Not quite…

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