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Want to be an Intimacy Coordinator? Meet Akala Newman

ICs work with actors' boundaries, exposure limits and wellbeing concerns so they can perform intimate and vulnerable scenes safely.

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Creatives: control what you can and can what you can't

Identify those things that are within your control and those that are not.

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Creatives – try the Know, Like, Trust framework for success

When building work contacts, why not try an approach that champions both strategy and humanity?

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Self-compassion and creatives – a beginner's guide

Kindness for ourselves is one of the best ways to self-motivate – so why don't we do it more?

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Cathy Payne, Banijay Rights CEO: the eight rules for TV finance and distribution

'If we do not protect and fight for our local industry, who will?' Payne asked at this week's Hector Crawford…

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How to be creative with confidence

Did you think confidence in your professional life was a personality trait? Think again!

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Courage! Five top skills for taking the creative plunge

Let go of certainties and embrace vulnerability, advises Emmy and AACTA Award-winning producer turned creative sector coach Ellenor Cox.

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Four ways to achieve your work goals in 2022

Back at work with fresh eyes for the year? Here's how to take your career to new places in 2022.

Kirsty Stark

Kirsty Stark on producing, coaching and the Seth Godin altMBA.

From starting in camera departments to running South Australia’s Epic Films, Kirsty Stark took her time to really think about…