LivingNow 006

Published on Nov 16, 2020

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As a young person growing up in a wealthy city like Melbourne Liam Foldi realised that most people honestly want to help others, but the hectic demands of life can make it hard to give back regularly.

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5 articles from this collection:
Lighting the way – Interview with Liam Foldi
Lighting the way – Interview with Liam Foldi
I met Liam Foldi at a recent B1G1 event. He’s an amazing entrepreneur, doing business for good – raising money for various charities around the world, creating employment opportunities for minority communities in Melbourne – all this is great in itself, but add to that – he is 16!
Navigating boundaries in business
Navigating boundaries in business
Technology-led advances in communication and connectivity are changing traditional organisational and leadership practice. Understanding and setting boundaries has now become a key factor for achieving goals.
'Shock Jocks' versus consumer activism
'Shock Jocks' versus consumer activism
Sometimes it seems politicians are more likely to listen to what shock jocks have to say than take notice of protests. However corporations can be swayed by the volume of lobbying they receive and this can make a difference.
Corporate ethics – where do you get 'em?
Corporate ethics – where do you get 'em?
Corporate ethics define relationships between businesses and their customers – especially when things go wrong. But where do they come from?
Healthy professional boundaries – the next frontier
Healthy professional boundaries – the next frontier
Let’s face it, relationship boundaries are a big issue in everyone’s personal life these days. And a lot of us have now had the therapy, completed the mindfulness training and maybe even feel we have a Masters in managing teenagers. Yet at work, healthy boundaries remain tricky. Why?