The first step to any change is to be able to visualise how something might be different.
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Reading can introduce you to new ideas and different perspectives. In today's often polarised world of strident opinions - this is more important than ever.
It's not about the offering of pawternity leave per se. It's about an organisation that is listening to it employees and offering them what they want.
Often, I think it is our OWN expectations of ourselves and what we think we “should” do that creates the unhelpful expectations. We think we “should” be able to balance
Some recent musings in the media
This topic should feature on leadership team, executive team and board agendas as part of decent risk and governance; but often it doesn't go beyond the platitudes. If we are
Rather than spend a reasonable amount of time addressing fears and concerns ... Leaders avoid the fears and concerns that arise during period of immense change and then spend an unreasonable
No matter how much you try, change periods are still tough. Even in scenarios where there are no layoffs, it’s difficult to quell people’s fear about the unknown. However, if
Beyond those definitions though, I think the most helpful way to articulate values is in a hierarchy. In what order do the values fall? Let's say an employee has to
The Way We Do Things Around Here Culture is usually front and centre of reports where things have gone badly wrong. The Royal Commission in Banking and Finance is a