Author: Holly Small


Free flowing communication boosts morale during times of change

The value of keeping staff informed and educated should not be ignored, particularly during times of change. It is easy for management and key stakeholders to ‘retreat’ and avoid discussions during periods of change in the workplace. Keeping your employees in the dark will only lead to surmising, jumping to conclusions and gossip, all of […]


Optimum Efficiency VS Burn Out

I’m a firm believer in the adage ‘if you give a busy person something to do they will do it’. I know when I am moping around, with time up my sleeve, I procrastinate and make poor use of my time. When I am flat out and everyone wants a piece of me, I am […]


Energised, happy and healthy employees move more

Moving the body and expending energy, whether it is via an increase in the level of incidental exercise or actively participating in an exercise program, will have a positive impact on one’s physical and mental health. Physical inactivity contributes to over three million preventable deaths worldwide each year. The Australian Health Survey 2011–12 results show […]


Communicate with influence to cultivate a healthy workplace culture

Have you ever encountered a person with real presence; a person that was able to command the attention of a room with a few simple words? Have you ever come across a person that is able to articulate a vision in a compelling way that has made you stand up and listen? Perhaps they did […]

By Holly Small | Leadership . Purpose . workplace wellness

Passion and purpose is where motivation is born

Motivation has to come from within for it to last. At some point in our lives, many of us will resort to seeking motivation outside of ourselves; we look for other people or things to inspire us. Whether it be motivation to exercise or eat well and take care of our bodies or the motivation […]

By Holly Small | Leadership . Personal Wellness . Purpose

Breath is the engine that drives all movement

“Breathing is the first act of life and the last. Our very life depends on it. Since we cannot live without breathing it is tragically deplorable to contemplate the millions and millions who have never mastered the art of correct breathing.” – Joseph Pilates, Return to Life Through Contrology. Following on from Keri Krieger’s post […]

By Holly Small | Breath . Exercise . Personal Wellness

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