SAS Group News
Begin with the end in mind and you will go in the right direction
Winston Harris, Senior Consultant
Here’s a suggestion for your reading list - The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. It’s a good read. I recommend you set aside some quiet time, preferably without interruption. I particularly liked the second habit – begin with the end in mind. Aside from this being a worthy principle by which to live, it can be applied to so many of life’s situations.
The Albanese Government is off to a flying start
Peter Costantini OAM, Managing Director
Our 31st Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese had a flying start in his new job (excuse the pun). He was on a plane immediately after being sworn in to attend the Quad Security meeting being held in Japan, working alongside the US President Joe Biden, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida. He was then off to Indonesia to meet with President Joko Widodo, followed shortly after by the NATO summit in Madrid meeting the French President Emmanuel Macron and the Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Engaging your stakeholders – easy to do, but also easy to mess up
Director - Media and Communications
This blog is not about rugby league. And it’s especially not about a recent jersey controversy featuring the Manly Sea Eagles. Because I’m a bit sick of hearing about it, and you might be as well.
This is just a general column about the importance of engaging with stakeholders who are going to be involved in a major change in your organisation, or even what might not seem a major change to you but perhaps does to them.