Health & Wellbeing

Health & Wellbeing

Culture

Meritocracy: Unraveling the Paradox

How effective are merit-based reward and recognition processes in ensuring employees are treated equally? Could they be increasing – read more..

Diversity & Inclusion

Finding flexibility in flex workplace strategies: a case study from Westpac

Flexible workplace initiatives are on the rise with employees being afforded with greater freedom to decide ‘how’, ‘where’ – read more..

Culture

Is biodiversity the new frontier? Sustainable leadership beyond organisational boundaries

Are there lessons to be learned about corporate sustainability from the field of biodiversity? Paul Toni, Conservation Director – read more..

Diversity & Inclusion

December 2015 profile: leading at the edge

Leaders transitioning into a new role. Leaders feeling the pressure. Leaders making smarter decisions in a complex world. – read more..

Health & Wellbeing

Staying Sane: the rise of the mindful leader

Advice to my younger self? To invest in my mental health and resilience at an earlier stage and that it is as important as the physical and emotional. – read more..

Culture

November 2015 Profile: Culture, Diversity & Inclusion

If culture eats strategy for breakfast it means we need to get a lot smarter about driving cultural change. Three great articles – from around the world – provide insight on where to focus. Middle managers – that’s the advice from the UK about how to get traction on gender equity. More than just who, – read more..

Change Management

The Human Aspect of Cross-Border Acquisition

Organisations stand to benefit from understanding how employee emotions are shaped by management practices and national cultural constructs. If organisations understand this, and equip their managers accordingly, they will be able to reduce the dysfunctional reactions typically exhibited by employees during cross-border acquisitions. – read more..

Change Management

Stationary high desks in the workplace. The effect of a 6-week intervention on physical activity

“there is evidence to suggest being sedentary is contributing to lifestyle-related illnesses such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and back and muscular pain” – read more..

Change Management

Improving wellbeing through technology and the built environment

“…employee engagement surveys have found that over 79% of employees report being happier for working at AMP” – read more..

Change Management

Cindy Hook: Making an impact that matters

“If we have people that feel good and are well and are fit and are healthy, they will perform at a higher level individually and the organisation, by default, will perform better.” – read more..