Tammy Tansley Consulting 770 Canning Highway, Applecross, WA, 6953
I make life better by making life at work better.
Tammy Tansley makes life better by making life at work better. She works with organisations, big and small to enable great performance, great leadership, and a great workplace culture. She also works with individuals to help them become the best that they can be.
Additionally she is mum to two beautiful mischiefs, a runner, an author and a blogger. She loves good food, a good wine and a good book. She hate mushrooms with a passion!
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"...if you treat people well, you’re more likely to encourage them to do what you want, making all the effort pay off. Do this, get that. Another one, which I prefer, is that you might consider treating people with kindness merely because you can." - Seth Godin
It is a question that is asked the world over. That is, how to balance a meaningful career with having children or other caring responsibilities.
Far too often we get a case of envies when we look at the careers of others. More often than not we do this without actually asking ourselves if they are really the lives that we actually want and whether we are prepared to put in the work (and inevitable sacrifices) to get there.
According to the experts what you do first thing in the morning has a significant impact on the success of the rest of your day. In this series we ask our soloist community what rituals they use to kickstart their systems before getting down to work each day.
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How will you know when it is time to pull up stumps from the solo life and return to more conventional employment? These six tips could help.
Do you feel as though you are constantly moving but just not getting anywhere? And even though the business treadmill is getting faster and faster, you have to run to keep up?
Are you continually running up against d!%k behaviour in your solo journey? Tammy Tansley shares tips for when you are dealing with difficult people.