Diversity and Inclusivity were certainly words high on the agenda in 2013 and over the course of the year I was involved in many conversations that looked at barriers for young professional women.
My observations from these conversations with industry bodies, board members, young professional women and organisations focusing on gender diversity are that there is no ‘one size fits all’ solution.
Consistently over the year I posed the questions: “Is it that young women can’t…Continue
The results revealed some key findings including some alarming data that should make all business leaders think differently about how they manage their people to ensure that they give their best. This…Continue
Too much information, too much noise is not good for productivity or developing leaders. And for learning professionals, the task of getting the right information and knowledge to the corporate leaders amidst the cacophony of news and inputs makes the task even more daunting.
Our research* completed earlier this year revealed that as much as 80% of people are struggling…Continue
Researchers Brian Carney and Isaac Getz claim that the single most important corporate move in the last two decades that is quietly transforming a number of businesses is complete freedom for employees. How does this translate in the workplace? Both globally and locally, workplace flexibility is consistently sighted as one of the top three drivers of employee engagement.
It seems that the Australian Federal government is also committed to enhancing this initiative with a clear goal…Continue