Tag Archive | "Management and Leadership"

Transfemational leadership – why a feminine approach is absolutely essential for success in 2011

Welcome to a new year, resplendent with new opportunities.  I love this time of year, when we can choose in our work and in our life what we want the year ahead to look like, what we’d like to achieve, how we’d like to lead.  To this end 2011 could look remarkably the same as […]

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I just broke the rules… a new experience and one that really worked for me!

So I was on my way home from a month of business travel across five different states.  To say I was tired when I arrived at the airport is an understatement.  I like flying Qantas – even though it seems their planes have spent more time on the runway than in the air in recent […]

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Employers: Why ranking your employees is not as good an idea as it first may seem

In the business world, there is nothing wrong with a healthy level of competitiveness, to ensure you’re getting the best out of your employees. Especially when you’ve got your eye on another business competitor, nothing is more motivating then a definite target to beat. But this article argues that ranking your employees, and deliberately encouraging […]

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Cutting costs at work? How to keep those cuts working, a great article for CFOs or those aspiring to such a position

Even though Australia wasn’t hit as hard by the GFC, cost cutting has been a significant priority (and hassle) for many Australian businesses. But costs have a habit of growing slowly when you’re not actively pushing them down, and this article is a great way for CFOs to introduce long term cost cuts that don’t […]

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Employers: Measuring the value of training for your staff

Many of the women who attend the Ascend development days are sponsored by their employers, and the feedback from both the women and their employers is always very positive. While Ascend is a unique kind of training, being specialised, evolving and diverse, the days of questioning the value of training staff are over. One question I’m often […]

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Decision making is one of the fundamental skills you need as a leader. How’s yours? Stellar article on developing your instincts, and how to judge them

Management positions are synonymous with decision making – often hard decisions that will effect your team, your career prospects and the company’s bottom line. I think as women, we can underestimate and second-guess our intuition to the point that we aren’t utilising our insights and experience at all. This article explains how to interrogate and trust your […]

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