Over the past two years, the Australian female sporting arena has observed an incredible influx of attention and support. From the creation of the Women’s Australian Football League, to the success of the Rugby Sevens team at the Rio Olympics, challenging opportunities for women to lead both on and off the field are increasing.
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How important is a good night’s sleep to performance at work? New research suggests sleep is critical – not only for the wellbeing of staff, but also for developing and sustaining high performing, inspirational and charismatic leadership.
Flexible workplace initiatives are on the rise with employees being afforded with greater freedom to decide ‘how’, ‘where’ and ‘when’ they work in an effort to accommodate an improved balance between work and life goals. Are employees taking up the offer, and how effective are such initiatives? Westpac Group’s “All In Flex” policy provides a…
Are there lessons to be learned about corporate sustainability from the field of biodiversity? Paul Toni, Conservation Director of Sustainable Futures at WWF Australia discusses the integration of proactive biodiversity risk management by organisations leading the charge on sustainable supply chain practices.
Callaghan Innovation, a New Zealand Crown Agency is taking on the challenge of embracing a different way of being and doing to engage credibly with Māori and thus drive innovation.
Where do leaders get their great ideas? Of course there are experiences and conversations – but what the impact of books? Four great leaders across four diverse industries share what’s on their nightstands: Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz (CEO Mirvac), Graeme Head (NSW Public Service Commissioner), Ronni Kahn (CEO OzHarvest) and Ben Burge (Executive Director of Telstra Energy).
Without deliberate attention to confirmation bias, there is a clear risk that decisions will be flawed.
The fifteen elements drill down to what leaders think about and what leaders do when they display the six signature traits of inclusive leadership.
It turns out that people in a high performing team make 5 signature moves when talking to others.
How can organisations recruit, select and develop ethically-resilient leaders?