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Leadership Advice
  • May 27 2019 Surviving workplace bullying: 5 steps to success

    I’m a former victim of extreme workplace bullying. For more than three years, I worked in the global resources industry in Australia, running health and well-being programs and striving to create safe, healthy and productive work environments for a mostly-male workforce. To anyone looking in from the outside, it would have seemed I was powering Read More…

  • May 21 2019 Interview discussion: the qualities of a great leader

    Ben Foote, CEO of the Australian Institute of Management, shared his insights into the skills and strategies on upskilling and staying relevant in an ever-evolving workforce in an exclusive interview with Dynamic Business. As automation technologies take over more routine, people at work will spend over 60 percent more time using technological skills and over 40 percent Read More…

  • May 21 2019 Making teamwork work

    Team days often have a poor reputation and, because it is so hard to get it right, allocating time and effort to team effectiveness is often avoided or simply cut from the budget. So how do we make teamwork, work? According to the 2019 Human Synergistics International Research report, teams that work in a constructive Read More…

  • May 21 2019 Three steps for HR leaders to capitalise on their moment in the spotlight

    It’s a pivotal time for HR leaders in Australia. There is a growing understanding within the C-suite that employees are at the heart of how a company operates and innovates. HR leaders are finally being given a seat at the table to input on key business decisions. But this exposure and greater responsibility means HR Read More…

  • May 8 2019 The male female difference in business

    Leading small business invoicing app, Invoice2go, has taken a deep dive into the similarities and differences in male and female work ethics and motivations to answer the question: Do we work differently? Is turning a profit or helping people a better measure of a successful business? Is pursuing a passion project or the freedom and autonomy of Read More…

  • May 8 2019 Let’s Talk: The Big C

    This week we opened a discussion around CEOs and the key characteristics they should possess in order to lead effectively and to be exceptional in their role.  Although the list may be long, we have asked experts to focus their opinion to just 5 key traits, giving an overall summary of what they feel is Read More…

  • May 2 2019 Why competition is killing your business

    Byline: Wendy Born Any kind of competition within an organisation limits the ability for that organisation to reach its full potential. There is no place for competition within the confines of a team, function or company.  Competition should be kept to external competitors as this provides the consumer with the best possible outcome, market conditions.  Read More…

  • May 1 2019 How to boost your productivity in 2-hour blocks

    How do you currently spend your workday? Like most people, the first thing you likely do is open your email and see what pops up. Then, before you know it, it’s 1pm and you’re still responding or reacting to requests, in between rushing from meeting to meeting, which means your ‘real work’ gets left to Read More…

  • May 1 2019 Lack of corporate expertise a risk to not-for-profit organisations

    There’s almost $140 billion floating in the Australian economy through the not-for-profit sector, yet a lack of corporate expertise has been identified as a key risk to the industry in the face of challenging business conditions. Business advisory firm Fifth Eagle says just because you manage a not-for-profit doesn’t mean that you are immune to Read More…

  • April 30 2019 Why this entrepreneur believes character outweighs IQ in business

    Byline: Jim Penman, the founder of Australia’s largest home-service franchise, Jim’s Group. Change character, and I believe you can change the world. I strongly believe this is also the case in business. The real key to success is temperament People think the key to success is knowing things, and that does matter, but the real key Read More…

  • April 16 2019 Global employers increasingly using gig economy platforms despite concerns

    Global business leaders forecast one in three of their employees will be temporary workers by 2023. 94% of global business leaders are currently sourcing contract workers from online job platforms. The most common concerns of using online platforms: no guarantee of the standard of work (41%), a lack of alignment/understanding of the company (38%) and Read More…

  • April 8 2019 How to choose the right person to run your business

    Business owners that are looking to take a step back from their business need to find the right person to run it, which can be a difficult task. To get it right, there are three key questions to ask, according to Andrew Laurie, entrepreneur, CEO and elite business coach.  Andrew Laurie said, “Business owners need Read More…

  • March 27 2019 Let’s talk: Generational Gap

    How can we show the value that millennials bring to the work place? With millennials (currently people aged around 23-37) starting to fill up the majority of work spaces, there is a definite change of culture that is shifting the way businesses operate, work and think. A desire for flexibility, autonomy and social inclusion brings Read More…

  • October 18 2018 Without a trusted advisor, small businesses miss out

    Running a small business is like climbing Mount Everest: it’s challenging.

  • September 5 2018 How to be a more socially responsible small business

    Small businesses may struggle to have a distinct cooperate social identity. But it doesn’t always have to be this way.

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July 19, 2019