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By Elizabeth Ticehurst   It is hard to reconcile slavery – mostly thought of as a barbaric ancient practice – with the modern Australian workplace. Our employment laws and regulations are amongst the strictest in the world and our minimum wage is easily one of the highest. However, the…
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When working life gets particularly stressful, many managers and leaders utter the old adage, ‘We’re not saving lives’. And, for most CEOs, that’s absolutely true. But what if the organisation you lead actually does – literally – save lives? And then, what if your organisation also happens…
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By Anthony O’Brien   It’s not the start of an Irish joke, but what do search engine Google, retailer Target and bank JP Morgan, share in common? Apart from making plenty of moolah, these corporate heavyweights have introduced a commitment to mindfulness practices into their workplaces…
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By Anthony O’Brien   ‘Working nine to five’ for many of us old enough to remember is more closely aligned with the offices, factories, and workshops of the 20th Century. A phrase also popularised by singer Dolly Parton, working nine to five is giving way to the flexible working arrangements…
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By Chris Burton   Increasingly, successful organisations understand that providing impactful…
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By Nicola Field   In today’s fast-paced world, the term ‘agile’ has become ubiquitous.…
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By Sam Bell FIML   Many leaders struggle to inspire others. Yet, according to a survey conducted…
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By Peter Cullen FIML   Whilst facilitating, I often see a lot of blank faces when I ask the…
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Derek Parker offers an in-depth look into the latest book that examines seven attributes of inspiring…
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By Ken McDonald FIML   About the time that I was learning about business analysis, the managing…