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By Emma Mulholland   Many of us don’t realise that, as we go about our days, we leave long data trails behind us. When we use our smartphone, for example, not only is our location and interlocutor recorded, even the way we hold the headset is. Is that a bad thing? It can be, says data innovator…
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By Jane Caro   Throughout all the years that I was one of the few women working in creative departments in ad agencies, I often asked myself the question why so many managers seemed to prefer employing clones of themselves. To be fair, I did have one creative director who hired a variety of…
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By Karyl Estrella MIML   Genuine human concern and a duty of care means for most managers maintaining a safe workplace is a must. Hence offices are fitted with fire systems, first aid kits and evacuation plans are set out. We do everything in our power to eliminate safety hazards. However,…
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By Bernadette Uzelac FIML   Last week I participated in IML ANZ’s Great Debate in Melbourne – one of many events held throughout Australia to mark International Women’s Day. The topic was “Her aspiration needs his cooperation.” I was on the affirmative team and our underlying position…
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By Karyl Estrella MIML   While the day dedicated to all things women’s equality might be…
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By Peter Cullen FIML I was extremely fortunate and very grateful to have been a member of a really…
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By David Pich FIML (Warning: This is not an article about the ins and outs of Brexit!) As a dual…
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Our time is marked not just by advancements in technology but also by societal expectations in the way…
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When someone says mentoring we immediately picture the experienced and mature mentor alongside the eager…
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The merits of effective coaching as part of a leader’s key skill set is undeniable. The ability to…