November 2010 - Australian River Restoration Centre

  • Linking to enGauge – a new e-newsletter from the BoM

    enGauge is a new email newsletter prepared by the Bureau of Meteorology. It provides updates about developments in water information and is released six times per year.  We think it is a great e-newsletter packed with information of interest to those of us working in the ‘water’ industry.  Of particular interest in the latest enGuage […]

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  • Hearing from our clients

    At the ARRC we know how important it is for people to share experiences and knowledge first-hand, rather than through someone else.  As a result, we now have a new ‘testimonials’ page where our clients can share what they thought about the workshops and interactions they have had with us.   We encourage people to share […]

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  • Up, Up and Away in Longreach

    We have just come back from a fascinating and enjoyable four days running a workshop hosted by Desert Channels Queensland and attended by staff  and members of the wider community.  The workshop focused on connecting through conversation, as well as examining communication styles and how to promote creativity in the workplace.   We arrived in the […]

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  • Building strengths based teams and being an effective leader – new resources!

    “To get others to come into our ways of thinking, we must go into theirs – and it is necessary to follow in order to lead”    William Hazlitt What does the team you work in look and feel like?  Is it a happy and productive team or is there continual tension as each one of […]

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  • Happiness is…no regrets

    The Happiness Institute featured this piece by one of their regular readers who thought that it might be of interest to others in the context of their personal and professional lives. Bronnie Ware is a palliative care nurse, and during her time working with people who were facing death, she discovered the ‘top five regrets […]

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  • Knowledge for Managing Australian Landscapes: The Legacy of LWA – Conference Proceedings

    Yes, it has been a while coming but we now have available all the powerpoint presentations, with audio so you can listen to the ‘pearls of wisdom’ that were shared at the Knowledge for Managing Australian Landscapes: The Legacy of LWA conference.  Melissa Gabelle, one of the team here at the ARRC, has been working […]

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  • Upcoming workshops on conversation, communication and creativity in Longreach

    We are delighted to be heading to Longreach to run  two one-day workshops focusing on connecting through conversation (Day one), communication and creativity (Day two).  Desert Channels Queensland is hosting the event, which will be held on the on the 15 and 16 of November.  We welcome anyone who would like to attend to contact […]

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