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The Crux of Human Resource Development

The Crux of Human Resource Development

What are the implications if 20% of your key performers are burning out and becoming depleted and disengaged?

Do you think it is more valuable to develop your high-performers by 5-10%, or invest in the middle 60% of your workforce?

If employees with greater wellbeing are more productive, are wellbeing interventions and practices 'nice to have' or essential?

'The Crux of Human Resource Development' is linked with the above questions.

8 tips to Live Well and Have Impact during the festive season

8 tips to Live Well and Have Impact during the festive season

A gift from our founders Troy Mansell and Adrian Medhurst

Christmas is a time for giving. It is also a helpful time to put on the oxygen mask. That is, look after yourself so you can be at your best. Which, as it turns out, helps you give your best to others. However, it’s quite likely your 2018 schedule has been overloaded with work and ‘life admin’. You either feel like you need a break, or feel like that is an understatement! Too often we see people return to work feeling lethargic, bloated, tense, and/or constipated! Yup. We went there… Now you’ll know that this is not the most effective way to return to the office in 2019. You want to return to work ready, (re)energised and in great shape to give your best performance.

Energy drinks - what really happens to our body

Whether it's overpowering the 3pm slump, or mixing with a few drinks to make the party last longer, energy drinks are bound to have been a feature for all of us at some point – whether occasionally or on a regular/daily basis. We all know there are many healthier options to improve our energy, but there are times when a quick fix seems the only answer. Hopefully, after you read on, you will think twice about your afternoon pick-me-up habit...

How Benny helps organisations and their employees Live Well and Have Impact!

Two people with one purpose were magically brought together on a cold winter’s morning in Melbourne’s Flinders Lane. Benny Button’s co-founders, Dr Adrian Medhurst and Troy Mansell were in their own unique worlds' beginning another day exploring how they could have a positive impact on people’s lives. However one particular issue was bothering them...