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Lucinda Coalter liked Prue Laurence's blog post I am alarmed! The impact of the words we use on others
May 29, 2015
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I am alarmed! The impact of the words we use on others

Words are one of the most powerful tools we all have at our disposal. Words convey our thoughts and feelings, they build and tear down relationships, and how we use our words sets us apart from others. Words and hence the collective language we use also help define cultural and group norms. Think about it. Do you have certain phrases or words that you use just with your friends or your team at work? Are there certain words that have different meanings to them when used with your partner? In my…See More
May 28, 2015
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I am alarmed! The impact of the words we use on others

Words are one of the most powerful tools we all have at our disposal. Words convey our thoughts and feelings, they build and tear down relationships, and how we use our words sets us apart from others. Words and hence the collective language we use also help define cultural and group norms. Think about it. Do you have certain phrases or words that you use just with your friends or your team at work? Are there certain words that have different meanings to them when used with your partner? In my…See More
May 28, 2015
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May 28, 2015
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Use your voice!

Last night on ABC’s Q&A program, in response to the Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne, a group of students launched a loud and disruptive protest (if you missed it you can watch it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ND290z2kr2o).  Pyne had been grilled earlier in the night on his plans for higher education, university fee structures, youth reachout programs and he, in true Pyne form, had maintained a steadfast position on…See More
May 7, 2014
Prue Laurence posted a blog post

Use your voice!

Last night on ABC’s Q&A program, in response to the Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne, a group of students launched a loud and disruptive protest (if you missed it you can watch it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ND290z2kr2o).  Pyne had been grilled earlier in the night on his plans for higher education, university fee structures, youth reachout programs and he, in true Pyne form, had maintained a steadfast position on…See More
May 6, 2014
Sam Robinson liked Prue Laurence's blog post Cognitive tests - just a brain tease?
Apr 11, 2014
A blog post by Prue Laurence was featured

Women “knocking on doors” aren’t just selling Avon.

On Monday night’s Q&A program (watch here http://www.abc.net.au/tv/qanda/txt/s3946770.htm)  the topic of introducing mandatory quotas to boost women in Federal Parliament was raised. The panel, comprising, among others Lisa Wilkinson (from the Today Show), George Brandis (Attorney General) and Chris Bowen (Shadow Treasurer), were quite divided in their support of quotas with Brandis being the only outspoken panel member against…See More
Mar 14, 2014
Prue Laurence posted a blog post

Women “knocking on doors” aren’t just selling Avon.

On Monday night’s Q&A program (watch here http://www.abc.net.au/tv/qanda/txt/s3946770.htm)  the topic of introducing mandatory quotas to boost women in Federal Parliament was raised. The panel, comprising, among others Lisa Wilkinson (from the Today Show), George Brandis (Attorney General) and Chris Bowen (Shadow Treasurer), were quite divided in their support of quotas with Brandis being the only outspoken panel member against…See More
Mar 14, 2014
Sam Robinson liked Prue Laurence's blog post Sorry for this blog post.
Mar 13, 2014
Jo Hanlon liked Prue Laurence's blog post Cognitive tests - just a brain tease?
Feb 26, 2014
A blog post by Prue Laurence was featured

Cognitive tests - just a brain tease?

Over the last couple of weeks, I have had a number of conversations with clients providing additional feedback and interpretation on the cognitive abilities results of their candidates. The theme of most of these conversations has been trying to understand how a candidate who presented well in an interview or who has a number of university degrees or who is well liked by all of their referees, did not do as well as expected on the tests of cognitive ability.To provide a bit of context here,…See More
Feb 24, 2014
Prue Laurence posted a blog post

Cognitive tests - just a brain tease?

Over the last couple of weeks, I have had a number of conversations with clients providing additional feedback and interpretation on the cognitive abilities results of their candidates. The theme of most of these conversations has been trying to understand how a candidate who presented well in an interview or who has a number of university degrees or who is well liked by all of their referees, did not do as well as expected on the tests of cognitive ability.To provide a bit of context here,…See More
Feb 21, 2014
A blog post by Prue Laurence was featured

Sorry for this blog post.

Today when meeting with a client, I apologised for my position in the company.  I am the Managing Director of Psylutions cut-e Australia, an entity that was formed last April when my company Psylutions merged with a global psychometric testing provider, cut-e.  I have been part of Psylutions, a company I started for over eight years. I have given my all to the development of the company, blood, sweat and a hell of a lot of tears and to merge with a global organisation was a real achievement for…See More
Jan 31, 2014
Prue Laurence liked Prue Laurence's blog post Sorry for this blog post.
Jan 30, 2014

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I am alarmed! The impact of the words we use on others

Posted on May 28, 2015 at 11:19 0 Comments

Words are one of the most powerful tools we all have at our disposal. Words convey our thoughts and feelings, they build and tear down relationships, and how we use our words sets us apart from others. Words and hence the collective language we use also help define cultural and group norms. Think about it. Do you have certain phrases or words that you use just with your friends or your team at work? Are there certain words that have different meanings to them when used with your partner? In…

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Use your voice!

Posted on May 6, 2014 at 17:28 0 Comments

Last night on ABC’s Q&A program, in response to the Minister for Education, Christopher Pyne, a group of students launched a loud and disruptive protest (if you missed it you can watch it here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ND290z2kr2o).  Pyne had been grilled earlier in the night on his plans for higher education, university fee structures, youth reachout programs and he, in true Pyne form, had maintained a steadfast position on…

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Women “knocking on doors” aren’t just selling Avon.

Posted on March 14, 2014 at 8:57 0 Comments

On Monday night’s Q&A program (watch here http://www.abc.net.au/tv/qanda/txt/s3946770.htm)  the topic of introducing mandatory quotas to boost women in Federal Parliament was raised. The panel, comprising, among others Lisa Wilkinson (from the Today Show), George Brandis (Attorney General) and Chris Bowen (Shadow Treasurer), were quite divided in their support of quotas with Brandis being the only outspoken panel member…

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Cognitive tests - just a brain tease?

Posted on February 21, 2014 at 11:13 0 Comments

Over the last couple of weeks, I have had a number of conversations with clients providing additional feedback and interpretation on the cognitive abilities results of their candidates. The theme of most of these conversations has been trying to understand how a candidate who presented well in an interview or who has a number of university degrees or who is well liked by all of their referees, did not do as well as expected on the tests of cognitive ability.

To provide a bit of…

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