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.

Stepping forward into something different

One of the hardest things to do on a personal level at work is deciding when it’s time and how to navigate a move to ‘the next’ thing.  Accepting that there’s not always a choice, or there may be no requirement or pressure to move on, stagnation, boredom, complacency, disengagement, a lack of drive […]

By |July 30th, 2018|Leadership Capability, Life, Reflections|0 Comments

Trust and Confidence

On New Year’s Eve my wife and I enjoyed fish and chips in style in a local park (table cloth and cutlery at a table and bench) while we reflected on our 2017, then on New Year’s Day we spent a couple of hours over lunch sitting in the shade of a tree on the foreshore of […]

By |January 26th, 2018|Life, Reflections|0 Comments

Taking care of yourself

I recently returned from Kenya where I participated in a Hostage Negotiators Course and then over the past couple of weeks have spent quite a bit of time consolidating information from the course into a Hostage Negotiators’ Handbook for an organisation I am working with.

In synthesising the information I was listing the points taught […]

By |March 26th, 2017|Leadership Capability, Life, Reflections|0 Comments

Differently Abled

Recently we were on a short holiday in Sri Lanka and travelling from Kandy to Badulla by train (a leisurely 7 hour scenic train journey).  On the wall of the carriage in front of us above a row of seats was a sign in Sinhalese, Tamil and English. It read ‘Reserved for Differently Abled’.

As my […]

By |December 28th, 2016|Life|1 Comment

Monday Blues

How often have you heard it said: Thank God it’s Friday? What is it about the countdown to the weekend, and the ‘blues’ that hit many people when Monday rolls around?

Even in an organisation, where services are provided around the clock – and someone’s ‘Friday’ is actually a Thursday and their ‘Monday’ is a […]

By |July 10th, 2016|Life|1 Comment

No Ordinary View

I was attending an Interserve ( 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

What it means to be Australian

Today is ANZAC Day.

On April 25 1915, 101 years ago, soldiers landed at Gallipoli; part of a military campaign aimed at capturing Constantinople, the capital of the Ottoman Empire, an ally of Germany. Many soldiers from allied countries died, many soldiers from Turkey died. If you’ve ever had the chance to visit the campaign […]

By |April 25th, 2016|Life|0 Comments

The Easter Effect

In the Weekend Australian this Easter, the newspaper’s China correspondent writes that there are now more than 100 million Christians in China; more than in all of Europe put together and considerably more than the number of people (85 million) in China’s Communist Party. This staggering rise in the number of Christians in recent […]

By |March 26th, 2016|Life|0 Comments