Bluestring Values

Drawing on Biblical principles, we will engage with you and your organisation.
By coming along side, we will develop an understanding of the work and culture of your organisation.
Through honest and open communication, we will work with you to identify organisational development needs.
With resolve, we will support you and your organisation to make decisions that can lead to personal and organisational growth.

Contact Info

Phone: +61 402218180

Mobile: 0402218180

Where we work

Take a look on the 'What we do' page to read about our work in Cambodia and Thailand.

Books I’ve Read

Creating a new life in Australia

The story of Munjed Al Muderis, Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor in the School of Medicine, Sydney Campus at the University of Notre Dame Australia, recounted in his autobiography Walking Free (Allen and Unwin, 2014) is an engaging journey of his life and ultimate escape from Baghdad, his survival as a refugee, and fulfilment of a dream […]

By |January 14th, 2017|Books I've Read|0 Comments

No Ordinary View

I was attending an Interserve (Interserve.org.au) weekend retreat last year in Victor Harbor, South Australia, where the principal speaker was long-term missionary, Naomi Reed.

Having spent many years serving in Nepal with her husband Darren and later their three boys, Naomi shares her story with the reader through three engaging biographical accounts. While ‘No Ordinary […]

By |May 25th, 2016|Books I've Read, Life, Reflections|0 Comments

Review – Inspiring Tomorrow’s Leaders Today

I recently read a book: “Inspiring tomorrow’s leaders today” by Avril Henry.  Breaking down generational barriers at work was the focus – and finding ways in which different generations can understand each other better to drive workplace effectiveness, excellence and harmony.

Whilst ‘date ranges’ for generations aren’t really fixed,  Baby Boomers – born 1946 – 1964, Generation X […]

By |March 27th, 2016|Books I've Read|0 Comments

Review – Outliers

I love Malcolm Gladwell’s books. If you’ve read any of them, you’ll understand when I describe them as capturing some of those things in life that we just know, or we think we know, without really knowing why, or perhaps haven’t even thought too much about.

I wouldn’t call them overly intellectual books; in every […]

By |March 6th, 2016|Books I've Read|0 Comments