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‘Between siloed, tense work environments, the news cycle, 18-months of COVID and the revolving door of social openings and restrictions, we are expanding a great deal of energy, physical and emotional. Our bodies are in a constant state of stress.’ – Esther Perel. Connecting with many of you over the last few months and reflecting… Read more »
All of us spend, on average, one-third of our lives at work. But not everyone feels comfortable in the workplace. After LaunchVic released a survey showing 28% of the LGBTIQA+ community have experienced homophobia and felt they had to hide their true identity at work, it became clear we needed to spark a larger conversation… Read more »
Hey Squad, Kay here, it’s been a while! As some of you might have picked up on Instagram, I’ve been knee-deep in writing my first book! For those of you who may have missed the news, a quick update – in January this year I signed a book publishing deal with Hardie-Grant who asked me… Read more »