Tammy Tansley
  • Perth, Western Australia
  • Australia
Share

Tammy Tansley's Friends

  • Karen Morley
 

Tammy Tansley's Page

Latest Activity

Suzanne Gavrilovic liked Tammy Tansley's blog post The system is broken
May 18
Tammy Tansley posted a blog post

The system is broken

Like most HR professionals, I have been on the dishing out end of grievances, disciplinary processes and investigations. As a licensed private investigator, I now investigate harassment, bullying and other complaints when required by clients. So I know my way around the law and the standard HR policies.The standard code of conduct and ways of working policies have a dual purpose - to establish the framework for appropriate behaviours and to protect the organisation in the event that an employee…See More
May 17
Tammy Tansley commented on Suzanne Gavrilovic's blog post Cultural Plasticity - How well have you adapted?
"Some great points. "
May 17
Tammy Tansley liked Suzanne Gavrilovic's blog post Cultural Plasticity - How well have you adapted?
May 17

Profile Information

Company website/blog
http://www.tammytansley.com.au
Personal blog
http://www.tammytansley.com.au/blog
How many employees in your company?
1-49
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
Change, culture, OD, industrial relations, positive psychology
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking, Very targeted/niche

Tammy Tansley's Blog

The system is broken

Posted on May 17, 2020 at 16:48 0 Comments

Like most HR professionals, I have been on the dishing out end of grievances, disciplinary processes and investigations. As a licensed private investigator, I now investigate harassment, bullying and other complaints when required by clients. So I know my way around the law and the standard HR policies.

The standard code of conduct and ways of working policies have a dual purpose - to establish the framework for appropriate behaviours and to protect the organisation in the event that…

Continue

How to manage a difficult person in the workplace (or in life)

Posted on March 10, 2016 at 8:30 0 Comments

Of all the questions I get asked about managing people, this one would have to be at the top of the list.  “How do I manage person x? They are just so difficult.”  It’s one of the aspects that I spend a lot of time on with my coaching clients.

Difficult people suck life and energy out of the working (or other) relationship. They can make the workplace a tense or unpleasant place to be. They can take up a disproportionate amount of time and energy…

Continue

High impact employees (no, not those ones)

Posted on March 9, 2016 at 7:30 0 Comments

You have all heard of high potential employees but have you heard of “high impact” employees?  Now, I bet your mind has gone straight to the high performers, the ones that are closing the deals, making the savings, making the noise. And you’d be right — they are most definitely high impact employees, and rightly so.

But, there’s another group of employees that have impact — but unfortunately, impact of the negative kind.

These are the toxic employees that take up a…

Continue

How do you lead through change when your team isn't with you on the journey?

Posted on March 7, 2016 at 17:33 0 Comments

I was speaking at an event a few weeks ago on leading through change. It’s a great topic — a timely and timeless one; as change will not go away and leading well through the change it is the only way to affect proper change. I went through the practical steps that a leader can take to affect change — what we know works and what we know almost guarantees failure.

In going through this, there’s one thing that is glaringly obvious — and that is a leader cannot…

Continue

Comment Wall

  • No comments yet!

You need to be a member of HR Daily Community to add comments!

Join HR Daily Community

Status

 
 
 

© 2020   Created by Jo Knox.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service