Tag Archives: Cynthia Mahoney

How do you make a positive change?

I recently caught up with participants from our February “Driving Your Life” small group coaching program for a six month check in. I was very keen to see how they’d gone with implementing the goals they’d developed during the program. … Continue reading

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Our Driving Your Life program delivers results for Cindy

Thanks so much to participant Cindy for this feedback about our recent Melbourne Driving Your Life program held on 31st July & 1st August, 2014! Cindy is a teacher, small business owner and busy mother and was looking for support … Continue reading

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Are you better than you think you are?

“I’m really bad at public speaking”; “I’m warning you, I’m going to be absolutely terrible”; “I just don’t think I can do this”; “Public speaking’s  just not something I’m good at”; “I’m fine talking one on one but the minute … Continue reading

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Leadership Learnings from the Igniting Leadership Program

One of our favourite programs to facilitate is Leadership Victoria’s Igniting Leadership program. Its a five day program for emerging leaders in the government, corporate and not-for-profit sectors. The program is a dynamic mix of seminars, scenario-based learning, guest speakers, … Continue reading

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Social Media and Leadership Behaviour

“So it is that a medium which prides itself on having its members ‘join the conversation’ has rapidly turned into a modern day Colosseum.” Article by Clementine Ford about Twitter for The Drum (“Tweeting in the age of condemnation”, 25/02/13). … Continue reading

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Stanford University providing loads of insights into technology and designing new learning environments

I enrolled in a MOOC (Massive Open OnlineCourse) at Stanford University called “Designing a New Learning Environment”. What is a MOOC I hear you ask? Well its the latest trend in education and is defined (by Wikipedia anyway) as, “a … Continue reading

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Who Gives a Twit About Twitter? We do! Free, one hour webinar we presented on Twitter basics….

We recently presented a free, one hour webinar called ‘Who Gives A Twit About Twitter’ for the Australasia Pacific Extension Network (APEN). To view the webinar, just click on the link below: Who Gives A Twit About Twitter – free, … Continue reading

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Igniting Leadership Program Blog by participant Susanna Young

One of the programs Cynthia is very proud to facilitate is Leadership Victoria’s Igniting Leadership Program. We wanted to share some of the participant feedback and provide some insight into how the program impacts on them…..and what better way to … Continue reading

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Young vegetable industry leader celebrates award win!

It was wonderful to see Tim Walker, graduate of the 2011 Growing Leaders Program that I co-facilitate with Jill Briggs (from Rural Training Initiatives), be recognised by the Australian Vegetable Industry when he received the Rising Star of the Year … Continue reading

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The issues around leading on-line

Wow-what a fantastic session today at Leadership Victoria’s ‘Leading On-line’ Masterclass. Some mind-bending discussions that have my brain buzzing. How do we facilitate a more deliberative space rather than be reactionary? Crisitunity, resiliance, courage, social media as a tool not … Continue reading

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