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About Ross Rowe
I am a problem solving and executive life coach accredited with the World Institute for Action Learning and the International Coach Federation. I have over 25 years of workplace experience in environmental science and management. I coach for the beauty of life, wonder of diversity and rewards of exploring.
Hi Estrela, what a wonderful looking place to live and work! I love your mission to change the world one island at a time - that's awesome!
Frank and Tony - thanks for sharing these reflections, insights and learnings. Its great to read of the progress not just in technology but collaboration, partnership and resource sharing. I enjoyed reading this article. I am thinking not just about the benefits to prevent animal poaching but also plant poaching in protected areas. Thanks again.
So good to hear this progress for our conservation catalysts. Keep stepping up!
Great topic Kirsty - sadly 3am in Canberra, Australia is not good for my sleep & wellbeing :(
I trust its a great point of connection.
Thanks for sharing your insights and wisdom Lucy and Ussi. Flipping the script on single use plastics (e.g. cling wrap for food) is something I find challenging. It has been easy to reduce and often OK to go to reusable plastic containers. I note how helpful it is to have others in our daily life that encourage us to uphold our sustainability values, especially when it is inconvenient.
Congratulations Ussi - so much insight and growth is evident in your journey. Lovely wisdom about the transition from starting at scratch to being in a position of experience.
This looks great! Will there be a recording available for those who can't make the time zone?
Here's the link to the recording, slides and handout Kristi.
I trust you find it helpful.
Hi Lara - here's a recipe for success when experiencing bullying and harassment.
Bullying and Harassment – 10 Steps to success
Bullying and harassment are behaviours that result in a person feeling discriminated, intimidated, coerced, wronged or abused. Such behaviours pose a risk to a person’s health and safety and whilst there are often laws against such behaviour, it is a common experience at work, home and socially.
Management actions and interpersonal exchanges that are reasonable and conducted reasonably (respectful and courteous, sensitive to culture and context) are not bullying and harassment.
Here’s a 10-step recipe for success when you think you may be experiencing or observing bullying and harassment
Link to WildHub 2021 Festival workshop recording
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