September 24, 2019

Sorry Doesn’t Have To Be The Hardest Word

Sorry Doesn’t Have to Be The Hardest Word In the lead-up to Jewish New Year, and in the annual spirit of repentance, I’m thinking about who […]
September 15, 2019

How to Win at Negotiating – with English Speakers

By now, most of us know that if we want to succeed in negotiations, we have to truly listen to the other party and show that […]
August 14, 2019

Keeping Up With Fletcher Jones

For many Australians (myself included), the name “Fletcher Jones” brings to mind an iconic Aussie clothing brand, renowned for its finest-quality materials and tailoring. But on […]
August 1, 2019

What’s Your Excuse?

A couple of months ago I ticked Number One off my bucket list. Husband in tow, I finally made it to New York. It’s a trip […]
July 25, 2019

No Conundrums Here

No Conundrums Here co·nun·drum /kəˈnəndrəm/ noun: conundrum; plural noun: conundrums a confusing and difficult problem or question. The Likud party faced a PR backfire on Monday, […]
July 17, 2019

How to Brand Better

We’re always being told to “Live in the Moment”.  Some of my clients take this a little too literally. When I ask them to describe their […]
September 1, 2018

The Confidence of Kings

I loved Prince Harry’s recent performance at the smash-hit musical “Hamilton” in London’s West End. Fun-loving redhead Harry is clearly the British Royal Family’s extrovert – […]
January 1, 2018

Happy New Year!

For non-native English speakers, New Year’s greetings can be a little challenging. Celebrating the New Year is a very big deal in many cultures, so it’s […]
September 18, 2017

How Not To Be Totally Tactless In English

Many of my clients negotiate on a regular basis – with clients, suppliers, staff and others. And many of them run into problems when they have […]
November 19, 2016

Channelling Freddie

So I wanted to tell you about my journey to presentation success. After presenting to many different groups on various topics, and having to overcome many […]