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Category: Leadership In Action

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Future proofing organisations against the consequences of destructive leadership
October 27, 2022
It's time to start future proofing against destructive leadership given the impact it has on finances, brand and employee wellbeing.
Check-in, not check-up: How managers need to change in an evolving workplace
August 17, 2022
We need to move away from checking up and move towards checking in on our team members. Here are three tips for how to do this with a team working remotely.
Practical ways to promote religious diversity in the workplace
December 27, 2016
Australia has been multi-faith for more than 50,000 years, given the diversity of beliefs and practices among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Anglicans, Catholics, Methodists, Congregationalists, Presbyterians, Jews and Muslims have been arriving in Australia since colonisation in 1788. The most recent census data shows increasing religious diversity in Australia. Christianity is the most […]
How many people does it take to fight a bushfire?
December 27, 2016
The devastating bushfires that swept through the Blue Mountains towns of Springwood, Winmalee and Yellow Rock in October 2013 prompted the NSW government to declare a state of emergency. The fires burned for more than 10 days, destroyed 203 homes and severely damaged 286 more. The threat of bushfire is a regular feature of life […]
Behind the scenes of a much-loved Christmas tradition
December 27, 2016
The Myer Christmas windows have been delighting generations of children since 1956. For more than 20 years, Myer has partnered with creative director John Kerr and his production company Stage One to create the magical scenes. In 2015, the windows’ theme was based on Little Dog and the Christmas Wish, a book by author Corinne Fenton and illustrator Robin Cowcher that […]
Should a leader drink at the office Christmas party?
December 27, 2016
The premise: Common sense would seemingly advise on the side of caution, but could letting your hair down and having a drink at the company Christmas bash have a positive side? Three experts give their view. You have a lot of inferred power and influence as a leader if you’re getting it right. You don’t want […]
6 organisational strategies to succeed in an unstable world
November 27, 2016
The world in which most of us lead and manage is increasingly less robust and more unstable. Technology is changing faster than ever, bringing both threats and massive opportunities. Political and social forces are causing major changes, with migration, population pressures, multiculturalism, racial tension and the rising global gap between haves and have-nots impacting labour […]
12 ways to make your trade mission work for your business
October 27, 2016
Every year thousands of businesses interact with customers and suppliers internationally on the platform of trade missions: international trips organised by business people and government representatives to discuss business issues and facilitate trade. Trade missions may be led by federal, state or regional representatives. They may be organised by industry associations or by specialist agencies […]
What makes Attica one of the world's best restaurants? Teamwork
October 27, 2016
In our increasingly connected world, global excellence emerges from the most surprising locations. Take Attica restaurant, for example. This award-winning eatery is located not in some gastronomic hotspot – Paris, London, New York or even Las Vegas – but on a small shopping strip in the sleepy Melbourne suburb of Ripponlea. In June this year, Attica was […]
How Did This Teenager Invent A Revolutionary New Cancer Test?
October 27, 2016
When Jack Andraka was 14 years old, a close family friend died from pancreatic cancer. Andraka, now 19, didn’t even know what a pancreas was back then. Armed with what he describes as “teenage optimism”, he became determined to discover all he could about the disease that had taken the life of a person he […]


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