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Leadership as action

Blog “Leadership is action, not position.”  These are the words of Donald McGannon, a broadcasting industry executive during the formative years of television in the United States and a vocal advocate for social responsibility in broadcasting. This statement is just as true ...

Leadership as action2021-09-07T15:05:33+10:00

The art and science behind managing conflict

Blog By Pippa Rose, Head of Consulting, Conflict and challenging interactions are a part life. In the workplace, they can be caused by various factors including differing ideas and personality types and opposing communication styles. 2020 was an unprecedented time for Australian workers, with ...

The art and science behind managing conflict2021-09-07T15:07:37+10:00

Leader’s guide to supporting staff

COVID Support Hub Managing people can be challenging even when piloting the calmest of skies. As leaders, we always need to make sure we’re prepared to adapt and respond calmly to any unforeseen turbulence along the journey but this is not straightforward when ...

Leader’s guide to supporting staff2021-09-07T00:21:56+10:00

Connecting employees during physical distancing

COVID Support Hub In an effort to slow the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), many organisations have some or all of their employees working from home for extended periods. State and Federal governments in Australia are signalling that shutdown of schools and government ...

Connecting employees during physical distancing2021-09-07T00:22:33+10:00

Connect with a buddy

COVID Support Hub During difficult times, like a pandemic, it is understandable that people may be feeling isolated, anxious and overwhelmed. As humans we thrive and rely on human connection for overall wellbeing. It’s therefore vital to keep strong social connections, and to ...

Connect with a buddy2021-09-07T00:24:20+10:00

How to spot someone in distress

Blog What does someone in distress look like? What should you do? How can you start a conversation? Have you noticed a change in a loved one or friend? It’s important to pay attention to cues that someone might be struggling, and reach out. ...

How to spot someone in distress2021-09-07T00:26:11+10:00

The art of checking in

Blog Approaching a friend, family member, colleague or employee you’re concerned about is important at any time of year. Noticing changes in someone’s behaviour or mood and asking, “Are you OK?” can make a significant difference to the life of someone who is having ...

The art of checking in2021-09-07T00:31:11+10:00
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