About the chairs

The two chairs placed in a 45o angle represent a meeting of two people sharing intimacy and relational freedom. They are part of an original logo that had two parts, a stage and the chairs. The stage represents the “stage of life” where we live. This original designed was developed by aboriginal artist Bronwyn Bancroft in 1991. It depicts: The two chairs represent two people in the relationship who are able to openly communicate Read more…

Thriving as a Team

In this article we use the word “team” but note that this is also applicable to our personal relationships with our families, partner and friends. Please interchange the term “team” with “family” or “friends” as necessary. Working as One Team is not a new idea. It’s the centre for community building. The idea of creating “community” at work is not a “wishy-washy, soft touch” superficial concept. It’s a key for sustainable organisational success. As Read more…

Active Roles

Life is 10% what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it. We hear this phrase often and it sounds great, but how can we practically apply it to our lives? One simple way is what we call Active Roles. We actively play many roles in life in response to each person with whom we interact with at any particular time. We’re not talking here about Social Roles such as policeman, a Read more…

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