The OWL Despatch

Facts and Opinions. Lessons From My Daughter
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I sat up. Straightened. And stiffened. Wondering where the evening was going to take us to!
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Celebrating The 100th Edition
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The OWL Despatch has forced me to think deeper about a topic. It takes focused reading and writing. Churning out editions when life presents itself with its warts, blemishes and flourishes is something that stays with me.
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Awake
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Rarely has book moved me to act with the urgency that this one did. It is a must read.
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Dare Mighty Things
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What might each one of us accomplish if we kept the spark in us alive and went beyond our routines?
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In The Spotlight
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I have often wondered if I am a faux pas machine with the world as my stage and all its dwellers training their eyes on me.
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Let Curiosity Be Your Compass
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Curiosity is a human trait that has brought progress to human kind through the centuries. So, it is innate in you and me. Honing curiosity is super critical survival skill. Lets find out how
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OWL Despatch Edition 64
Building Humour In The Workplace
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Humour has many 'near-magical' outcomes. Outcomes that would stay clouded but for humour. From improving productivity to helping with thinking, easing up conflict, giving feedback, building trust and much else.
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Headed To a Burnout
Headed For A Burnout
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What can leaders do if they feel teams are headed for a burnout? What questions can they ask themselves?.
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OWL despatch edition 60
Dealing With A Rejection
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Research suggests that the same parts of the brain that get activated with physical pain, get activated with rejection. It is a natural reaction and is to be expected! The time, place, person, significance and other contextual elements bring alive...
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Life On The Screen. Four Ideas To Live it Tall
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Screens have become ubiquitous and everyone has access to it. Many of us bring to our screens our habits and ways of doing things from a different era. The opportunity to reimagine how we work and think is now and...
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