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More Women Leaders – Time For A Different Approach: a guest blog from Lynn Harris

One definition of insanity is to do the same thing again and again and expect a different result.  If we want more women in senior leadership positions we need to take a different approach. The current one isn’t working.  We’ve repeatedly called on Board Directors and C-suite executives to act on the strong business case […]

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Work life balance – what’s the accurate national picture? New AWALI findings spell out exactly the state of Australian work life balance. What working women and employers need to know

Work life balance is talked about a lot these days. Whether its study leave to flexible working hours, or shorter days for new dads to job sharing there are lots of innovative ideas floating around that can benefit employees and the businesses they work for. I got a sneak peek at some brand new findings […]

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Self-Awareness: A Must-Have for every career. This blog breaks the concept down, tells you how to achieve and grow your self-awareness with proven strategies and insights from many women

I’m pretty sure most of us have worked with, or worse, worked for a person with poor self-awareness. Isn’t it difficult? Whether it’s outright poor behavior or something subtler like asking questions in a way that prescribes and limits the possible answers, I think self-awareness is critical in achieving a rewarding career. And it’s essential […]

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Do you have insights and ideas about the links between strategy and operational performance? Be part of the Palladium Groups survey and receive complimentary professional development resources

The Palladium Group is a global market leader in strategy execution management and conduct annual surveys to gather expertise in strategy, corporate performance management and business intelligence. Last year, the Palladium Group in partnership with Monash University conducted the first of a series of annual surveys, focused on the links between strategy and operational performance in public […]

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New National Survey Combatting “Glaring research omission” From the Diversity Council of Australia, do it, forward it, make a difference

The Diversity Council of Australia has identified what they see as a “glaring omission” in employment-related research and statistics which their new survey hopes to fill. This diversity-stalling gap is a “need for better access to systematic and reliable information on employment and diversity related workplace trends”. The ADC claims that since the demise of […]

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Boost your brain and get ahead. With real scientific research and insights from Dr. Helena Popovic, one of our speakers at the upcoming Ascend days

Last week we had a preview of what is headed our way with the August Ascend Development days, with a free article from Ken Wright, a people management whiz and a prize winning author. Registrations are rolling in every week for Ascend so if you haven’t booked yet, do it now or risk missing out. This week, we have […]

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