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Leadership – create today what we’ll need tomorrow

Gabrielle Davies's picture

Today’s middle management often finds itself caught between compliance, processes and technology. Gabrielle Davies explains why personal skills are crucial for good leadership.

This human – working towards a world of abundance and equality

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We need leaders who care, who are concerned about the state of things and want to do something about it. In her new book Dr Melis Senova is reaching out to the curious and open-minded among us.

Leading through influence and adaptability

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We need new ways of thinking and doing to keep up with an ever-evolving business environment. Jenny Brockis explains how the brain savvy leader effectively navigates change with curiosity, an adaptive mindset and emotional regulation.

Time to rise: The positive impact of diversity in the workplace

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Women are kicking goals everywhere but remain underrepresented in leadership roles. What can we do to improve gender equality in the workforce? Aniya Roslan from The 100% Project explains.

The 5 biggest handbrakes on momentum

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Do you feel that your organisation has lost its mojo? Are you struggling to maintain the vitality and growth of your business? Michael McQueen shares the five common factors that have contributed to the stumble or demise of almost every iconic institution or idea throughout human history.

Leaders need to nip ‘em in the bud

Georgia Murch's picture

When we see a spot fire we grab some water and put it out, right? We know it could turn ugly pretty quickly and the costs can be immeasurable. Georgia Murch explains why the same goes for having difficult conversations.

Do women need to be good networkers to lead?

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In a dynamic and complex business environment, networking is crucial. Jason Renshaw from Women & Leadership Australia (WLA) says highly developed emotional intelligence and communication skills are the basis for powerful collaboration and reciprocal learning.

Leading productivity

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Most organisations are still driven by urgency and reactivity. Dermot Crowley says an aligned, leveraged, proactive and balanced work culture starts at the top.

Working and retiring under the new NSW Ageing Strategy

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When developing their Ageing Strategy, the NSW Government consulted with more than 4,000 older people. Helen Rogers explains what they learnt and what this means for the future of working and retiring.

Placing Emotional Fitness at the forefront of innovation

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Emotional Fitness is the latest core competency for recruiting and retaining talent. Linda Simonsen from FuturePeople explains.