The business pages of the West Australian on Wednesday, 27 October, reported Zuckerberg was riled as a consequence of the bad press received by Facebook due to the documents provided by Frances Haugen to US Congress and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
We all have off days. Days where the sky seems metallic grey rather than vibrant blue and smiles have an edge of irritation. Sometimes, it can be healthy to complain; to vent as it allows us to bring things out into the open where there is a greater chance of them being dealt with constructively, rather than being suppressed and pushed away.
What an urgent and critical introduction to 2020! From the devastation of the Australian bushfires to the ongoing catastrophe of the global COVID-19 pandemic. It is like Mother Nature has forced us to stop and have a deep think about how we’ve been behaving. How do you make sense of what is happening on a global scale?
People are increasingly conscious of their energy use and consumption. We are conscious of the need to reduce energy, to conserve and use it more effectively and efficiently. Of course, in this, energy is the electricity, gas, or technology we use to power our homes and our workplaces, so we can maintain our lifestyle and our work.
However, energy is more than just the electricity or power it takes to generate the lighting, air conditioning and IT capability.. There is the human energy that is spent in achieving the mission and vision of the organisation.