17Mar 2018

Creating a work environment and culture that made your organisation a favourite employer is key. Yet, once that hurdle is surpassed a bigger one crops us… retaining the good ones! There are so many factors and financial remuneration is just a small part of this intricate jigsaw puzzle. An organisation and it’s top management must […]

06Feb 2018

There are moments in our lives that realignment and inspiration would just come at the right time, in the right dose, in the right manner and when you most need it. And last weekend I experienced this… The last few weeks have not been easy. I’m working on a new challenging project and a certain […]

22Dec 2017

….. meat, milk, cheese and eggs. It’s been nearly a year since I stopped eating meat. I was a big meat eater, the bigger and the more rare the steak, the better. I knew I ate too much meat but I was kind of hooked on to it. Yet, I knew that something was not […]

06Dec 2017

In discussing current affairs with my neighbour, I turned my thoughts towards an issue closely linked to the mindset of our population and the state of our nation. “One of the issues of the society we live in is that of an inward-looking shortsighted approach in what and how we do things,” I told my […]

05Nov 2017

Wikipedia describes Filfla as a small, mostly barren, uninhabited islet 5 kilometres (3.1 miles) south of Malta, and is the most southerly point of the Maltese Archipelago. Filflu (or filfluu), a small rocky islet some 102 metres (335 feet) southwest of Filfla,[1] has the southernmost point of Malta. The name is believed to come from felfel , the Arabic for a peppercorn. It goes on to highlight the environment, […]

21Oct 2017

Probably like many of you, I woke up thinking about Daphne, her family and the state of our country. Everyone is shocked and rightly so. Both our Prime Minister and the recently appointed Leader of the Opposition have immediately come out strongly against this brutal assassination and attack on freedom of expression. Yet I hope […]