Health behaviour and change management – Study reflections
Now that exams are over I feel the need to take a moment to reflect on what I learned.
Until recently I hadn’t thought of myself as having a disability and would never have thought to tick any box that indicated I have one, outside of medical contexts. Part of that was my own understanding of what disability is. Part was that I couldn’t think of accommodations an employer could or would provide to help me. And part is...
I had a chat with Simon Terry, Benjamin Elias and Kerrie Hawkins about the challenges Microsoft Teams and other video calling/conferencing platforms have introduced a world where for some of us the camera is always on, particularly in lockdown.
This week at uni I am learning about the scientist-practitioner model and the challenges of the scientist-practitioner gap. I immediately found it thoroughly interesting and stayed up late making notes on the prescribed academic articles.
I am in the process of completing an application to Deakin University to study Organisational Psychology. Among certified documents, and digging out transcripts, part of the process is to complete a personal statement. I have written cover letters before, but never a a personal statement for university entrance. In the interest of ‘working out loud’ and open learning I thought...
With the COVID-19 situation changing rapidly our CEO Craig Scroggie and the leadership team made the decision to have all non-essential members of the NEXTDC team work from home. This was a decisive move to commit to social distancing and stopping the viral spread.