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Are you and your staff skimping on sleep? It’s been proven that sleep deprivation not only means poorer performance, productivity and safety outcomes, but has an impact on our physical health. Researchers found workers losing just 16 minutes of sleep (from the 7-9 hours a night recommended) showed a difference between a clear-headed day at […]
Being a leader means you’re tasked with many responsibilities, across managing people and teams, organisational expectations and performance. Not every Leader is awesome at all parts of leading teams – here are 4 common mistakes you may be making.
Are you left with a bundle of New Year’s resolutions which sounded like a good idea at the time, but never made it past the idea stage? Here are six hacks to revive those goals. 1. Know what you want and get SMART about it Goals work best if they have broader purpose and a […]
Good communication has long been regarded as a foundation skill of strong leaders. With communication skills, a leader can build trust and robust relationships. They can successfully develop their teams, improve results and influence others. Core to communication is mastering listening. Why do we all need to listen? Because this is the way we learn, […]
In parts of Queensland and New South Wales, the past 14 months have been the driest since records began to be kept in 1900. For some farmers, this is their fifth or sixth consecutive year of drought and dry conditions, with many struggling to survive. North-west Victoria and eastern South Australia have also experienced well […]
From the chrysalis, the beautiful butterfly is born. From the acorn, the mighty oak grows. Change is one of the few certainties in your life. It can be unexpected. It can feel disorientating and unwelcome, it creates disruption and pushes us out of our comfort zones. It can lead people to feel afraid of what […]
Five lessons in leadership from the Thai cave rescue mission. What does the successful Thai cave rescue mission teach us about leadership? Plenty. It’s a gripping story of how a desperate team pursued outcomes against a rapidly ticking clock and overcame insurmountable odds to achieve their goal. The world held its collective breath during July. […]
A little over half way through 2018 and the statistics are already chilling – 36 women and 9 children have been killed in domestic violence incidences so far this year. In response to an increasing focus on reducing domestic violence, new leave entitlements are set to take effect from 1 August 2018 to enable all […]
Ever attended a training program that didn’t flow or in which you felt confused or bored? Instead of being inspired by the content and taking in new information, you’re watching the clock and wishing that people would stop dragging out the day by asking questions so you could just get out of there? If that […]