Do you remember your first day of work? The stress, the excitement, the pay cheque and figuring out what to do with it all. In this short video, a chartered accountant and a financial planner discuss all things money, especially for those just starting out in the workplace.
Watch the first two talks in the series Leadership: Doing it well. Surviving when it's bad, exploring "Service or Self-Interest" - how to pursue one and survive the other.
What's the point of work? There's nothing more empowering and motivating for our daily work than knowing the reason for it all!
"It’s not difficult to get carried away in this type of job–the hubris can build with a few wins in court. When my head expands, Jesus says to me the first will be last, that greatness is found in service of others, and that I should go wash some feet". How Christian faith shapes one barrister's work.
The working world is recognising the importance of listening, especially when it comes to leadership. But listening is more important than just being good for business. Proverbs says that listening is a hallmark of the wise person.
In the wake of yesterday's tragedy in Melbourne there are calls to #PrayForMelbourne and #PrayForTheInnocent. And this is precisely the right response. Here are four suggestions for what to pray.
What were our most read articles this year? Covering everything from sick days, to hot-desking, to same-sex marriage, here are your top articles for 2016.
Revolutionary Work is the latest in a long list of recently published books about faith and work. Based on a sermon series by William Taylor, here are three questions we'd like to ask him about it.
"Hooper writes from the conviction that even the most seemingly happy and content people don't have it all if they don't have God. That knowing Him means knowing not just another good way to live, but a better way. Indeed, the best way. He writes to remind those people who do know God of this; don't forget His way really is a better way."
Too many theology's of work are so dense or long that they don’t end up serving the very people who should be reading them - workers! This book doesn’t make that mistake.