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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Growers should spend time developing a resilience plan by "getting the mind ready to use the brain", according to consultant Dennis Hoiberg... Mr Hoiberg, who regularly speaks at Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) grains research and Farm Business Updates in the southern region, has been involved in development of a new GRDC Building Emotional Resilience Fact Sheet... Caption: Consultant Dennis Hoiberg, who regularly speaks at GRDC grains research and Farm Business Updates in the southern region, has been involved in development of a new GRDC Building Emotional Resilience Fact Sheet...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
I define resilience as the willingness and capacity to accept that we are all going to go through good and bad times, the ability to understand our own reactions to these experiences and have strategies to manage these reactions... All the points to a need to be resilient in 'normal' life and, as I often say to the teenagers I work with, life happens to you through your relationships, career, health, financial issues and other aspects... As I often say to the people I work with in communities all around Australia, resilience is about a new way of thinking and a new way of living for so many of us...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Farm advisory boards can strengthen accountability.. Unlike the mainstream small business sector, only a minority of Australian farms have an advisory board where the intellectual contributions of family members and outsiders are brought together at the same time... A Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Farm Advisory Board Fact Sheet outlines how advisory boards can contribute to an improved bottom line by providing decision support, setting guidelines for prudent budgeting and expenditure, and keeping people informed and ready for new opportunities and innovations...
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