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30+ tips for those 20+

 Age is a very high price to pay for maturity – Tom Stoppard, British playwright. For all in HR, share this with your younger Millennials.  If you be one, read it carefully; twice is best. Workers in their 20’s are typically more impatient, are more easily disillusioned, more demanding, more mobile, more ambitious and more impetuous than their older colleagues. Many feel disengaged at work. Most are lacking in one thing – sagacity: the capacity to make sound and considered judgments; to be…See More
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30+ tips for those 20+

 Age is a very high price to pay for maturity – Tom Stoppard, British playwright. For all in HR, share this with your younger Millennials.  If you be one, read it carefully; twice is best. Workers in their 20’s are typically more impatient, are more easily disillusioned, more demanding, more mobile, more ambitious and more impetuous than their older colleagues. Many feel disengaged at work. Most are lacking in one thing – sagacity: the capacity to make sound and considered judgments; to be…See More
Aug 20
wayne faulkner commented on Eliza Kirkby's blog post An age-old problem: age bias in talent management
"Good stuff Eliza - as you say there are many  biases in play Here are some comments typically directed to older job candidates; - you are too experienced - you'd be bored - there probably aren't enough challenges for you in this job -…"
May 12
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Mentoring: 26 reasons why you need it

Many of the world’s best minds and great business leaders have had a Mentor. Each knew, in spite of their ego, outstanding skills and abilities, that they would benefit. These folk included Oprah Winfrey,  Mark Zukerberg, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Richard Branson.Mentoring, however, is not a prominent feature of the Australian business and public sector landscape. How many do you know who are currently being mentored?From my own experience as a Mentor there are 26 reasons why YOU need a Mentor…See More
Apr 11
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Mentoring: 26 reasons why you need it

Many of the world’s best minds and great business leaders have had a Mentor. Each knew, in spite of their ego, outstanding skills and abilities, that they would benefit. These folk included Oprah Winfrey,  Mark Zukerberg, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Richard Branson.Mentoring, however, is not a prominent feature of the Australian business and public sector landscape. How many do you know who are currently being mentored?From my own experience as a Mentor there are 26 reasons why YOU need a Mentor…See More
Apr 10
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The Toxic Grinch: There's one or more in every workplace

We’ve all observed the person who dampens enthusiasm or spoils our enjoyment of work. These folk, whilst few in number, erode workplace culture and they are something of curse for HR professionals given the distractions they engender and the work they create. In recent days Fairfax media ran an article in their Executive Style column – How to spot a toxic employee before you hire them. All well and good but somehow they keep popping up and are generally well ensconced in the workplace. So, how…See More
Mar 16
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The Toxic Grinch: There's one or more in every workplace

We’ve all observed the person who dampens enthusiasm or spoils our enjoyment of work. These folk, whilst few in number, erode workplace culture and they are something of curse for HR professionals given the distractions they engender and the work they create. In recent days Fairfax media ran an article in their Executive Style column – How to spot a toxic employee before you hire them. All well and good but somehow they keep popping up and are generally well ensconced in the workplace. So, how…See More
Mar 15
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Sexual harassment in the News at the News - Fox News

  All HR professionals should take note of current media reports on the sexual harassment complaint recently settled at Fox News – USA. The complainant was News anchor Gretchen Carlson. She lodged her complaint against CEO Roger Aisles. Carlson was one of many female News ‘girls’ in the network. Often also referred to as ‘hot’, ‘sexy’ and ‘babes’, these women were part of the image that mandated boobs, bums and pins be all-about and often on screen. You would hope that the ‘girls’ got appointed…See More
Sep 15, 2016
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Sexual harassment in the News at the News - Fox News

  All HR professionals should take note of current media reports on the sexual harassment complaint recently settled at Fox News – USA. The complainant was News anchor Gretchen Carlson. She lodged her complaint against CEO Roger Aisles. Carlson was one of many female News ‘girls’ in the network. Often also referred to as ‘hot’, ‘sexy’ and ‘babes’, these women were part of the image that mandated boobs, bums and pins be all-about and often on screen. You would hope that the ‘girls’ got appointed…See More
Sep 12, 2016
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Help! The Head HR Honcho is Hopeless

 If the Head of HR is a bit ordinary or the function lacks standing, status and influence then send them this: anonymously might be best.In the very best organizations the Head HR honcho:1  Has direct and unfettered access to the CEO 24/72  Sits at the corporate decision making table3 Spends more time with the core business providers/front-end operatives than on email4 Promotes that quality staff selection is more important than breathing5  Takes no bull-shit and gives none6  Engages readily,…See More
Aug 26, 2015
wayne faulkner posted a blog post

Help! The Head HR Honcho is Hopeless

 If the Head of HR is a bit ordinary or the function lacks standing, status and influence then send them this: anonymously might be best.In the very best organizations the Head HR honcho:1  Has direct and unfettered access to the CEO 24/72  Sits at the corporate decision making table3 Spends more time with the core business providers/front-end operatives than on email4 Promotes that quality staff selection is more important than breathing5  Takes no bull-shit and gives none6  Engages readily,…See More
Aug 24, 2015
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What would you like to share about yourself?
Ex HR manager - semi retired but works on assignment. Has a fascination with the mismanagement of people and has a need to warn others
Finishing up an eBook on leadership - to be published 2017 - Leadership with a 'T'
An App architect developing self assessment tools for employees looking for more from work
Now available for mentoring of HR professionals
Company website/blog
http://under redevelopment
How many employees in your company?
1-49
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
Mentoring, leadership, toxic workplaces, people averse behaviour, mismanagement, corporate culture, workplace bullying, HR leadership, empowering the HR function, finding nobility in work,career management, self assessment tools
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking, Referrals between friends, Very targeted/niche

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30+ tips for those 20+

Posted on August 20, 2017 at 13:03 0 Comments

 

Age is a very high price to pay for maturity Tom Stoppard, British playwright.

 

For all in HR, share this with your younger Millennials.  If you be one, read it carefully; twice is best.

 Workers in their 20’s are typically more impatient, are more easily disillusioned, more demanding, more mobile, more ambitious and more impetuous than their older colleagues. Many feel disengaged at work. Most are lacking in one…

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Mentoring: 26 reasons why you need it

Posted on April 10, 2017 at 10:54 0 Comments

Many of the world’s best minds and great business leaders have had a Mentor. Each knew, in spite of their ego, outstanding skills and abilities, that they would benefit. These folk included Oprah Winfrey,  Mark Zukerberg, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Richard Branson.

Mentoring, however, is not a prominent feature of the Australian business and public sector landscape. How many do you know who are currently being mentored?

From my own experience as a Mentor there are 26…

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The Toxic Grinch: There's one or more in every workplace

Posted on March 15, 2017 at 12:00 0 Comments

We’ve all observed the person who dampens enthusiasm or spoils our enjoyment of work. These folk, whilst few in number, erode workplace culture and they are something of curse for HR professionals given the distractions they engender and the work they create. 

In recent days Fairfax media ran an article in their Executive Style column – How to spot a toxic employee before you hire them. All well and good but somehow they keep popping up and are generally well ensconced…

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Sexual harassment in the News at the News - Fox News

Posted on September 12, 2016 at 9:05 0 Comments

 

 All HR professionals should take note of current media reports on the sexual harassment complaint recently settled at Fox News – USA.

 The complainant was News anchor Gretchen Carlson. She lodged her complaint against CEO Roger Aisles. Carlson was one of many female News ‘girls’ in the network. Often also referred to as ‘hot’, ‘sexy’ and ‘babes’, these women were part of the image that mandated boobs, bums and pins be all-about and often on screen. You would hope that…

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