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17
May

10 Powerful Ways to Give Thanks with Your Leadership

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10 Powerful Ways to Give Thanks with Your Leadership This time of year, we celebrate the virtue of gratitude. Rightly so. The benefits of being grateful — both personally and professionally — are numerous and well-documented. While we should flex our gratitude muscle throughout the year, it’s also important to take extra time during the […]

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17
Apr

Podcast: The Greatest Speech that Every Student Should Hear (Jordan Peterson)

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Dr Jordan Peterson is a Canadian Clinical Psychologist and Professor of Psychology at the University of Toronto. His main areas of study are in abnormal, social and personality psychology, with a particular interest in the psychology of religious and ideological belief, as well as the assessment and improvement of personality and performance. In this thought […]

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05
Apr

WHY I HAVE SYMPATHY FOR STEVE SMITH

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Newspaper article and press conference: Steve Smith’s message to a heartbroken 9-year-old fan Jenny Noyes – The Sydney Morning Herald (30 March 2018) Most of you would be wondering why I would have chosen to include something about Steven Smith … yes, he admitted to cheating and brought the game of cricket into disrepute, but […]

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05
Apr

ELON MUSK: VIDEO GAME DESIGNING TO COLONISING MARS AND ERADICATING GLOBAL WARMING

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Biography: ELON MUSK How the billionaire CEO of SpaceX and Tesla is shaping our future Written by Ashlee Vance Who has the goal of eradicating global warming, reducing the risk of human extinction and establishing a colony on Mars? Elon Musk does. Does the name Elon Musk mean something to you? I’m sure everyone has […]

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27
Feb

A 2017 NSLF Reflection – Chris Thuring

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I declared it to the congregation on that final morning, and five months on, I stand by it: The National Student Leadership Forum opened my heart. I will not go as far to say that in four days I learnt how to love; but I have no doubt that the small group sessions, the meaningful […]

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05
Dec

NSLF Connect #10 – Leadership & Team Building

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Listen to the audio first: Download your PDF of the lesson here:NSLF Connect 10-Leadership and Team-Building-Summary Sheet That’s a wrap!!! Thank you for being a part of the inaugural NSLF Connect groups. You are changing your world one conversation at a time!

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28
Nov

NSLF Connect #9: Leadership Decision making

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Listen to the audio first: Download your PDF of the lesson here:NSLF Connect 9-Leadership Decision Making-Summary Sheet

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21
Nov

NSLF Connect #8: The Role of authority in leadership

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Listen to the audio first:Download your PDF of the lesson here: NSLF Connect 8-The Role of Authority in Leadership-Summary Sheet

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09
Nov

Become an NSLF Intern in 2018

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08
Nov

Bringing the passion of the South Pacific to Canberra

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It’s breakfast, Saturday morning at the Forum. Delegates are slowly waking up, caffeine is flowing, conversation is trivial at best. Some are in a daze looking inattentively around the room, facilitators are looking for their remaining slumbering delegates. Some are even expressing their distaste at those few overtly energetic delegates who have already been on […]

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