• How to oxygenate your conversations

    Leah Sparkes     |      October 25, 2016

    Do you sometimes silently scream when you have yet another exchange about the weather in your daily encounters? Leah Sparkes encourages us to be courageous and explore the bigger questions of what it is to be human.

  • Camping, disruption and the importance of career longevity

    Leah Sparkes     |      June 27, 2016

    Being engaged in a career that inspires you and provides mental challenge is as important to health and vitality as exercise and a good diet. Leah Sparkes says the good news is that it’s never too late to start.

  • A cabin in the woods: Creating insights can help clarify purpose and passion

    Leah Sparkes     |      December 9, 2015

    In his recently announced innovation statement, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull called for an ‘ideas boom’. But what can we do for these elusive “a-ha!” moments to occur? Leah Sparkes explains why it’s important to make time to think and reflect.

  • The seventy percent

    Leah Sparkes     |      September 22, 2015

    70 % of workers worldwide say they feel disengaged in their jobs. Leah Sparkes shares a useful resource for leaders to help turn this around.

  • Hanging on in quiet desperation

    Leah Sparkes     |      September 4, 2015

    In Britain, over 100 MPs are already practicing mindfulness, and the concept is currently being rolled out to the 2,000 staff in parliament. Leah Sparkes is hopeful that Canberra is listening.