Enduring, and coming out of a Pandemic: Key Takeaways

The pandemic disrupted life and work as we knew it. It was a period that compelled organisations to change the way they operated and shifted tens of millions of office employees into remote work. Pre COVID, it was hard to imagine we could work from home in the way we...

Return to Office: What Managers Can Do

The prevailing view before the pandemic was that offices were necessary for ensuring productivity, culture, and team camaraderie. However, with two out of every three Australians working from home and workforce productivity increasing by 6.5 percent over the year, it...

Human Connections in a Digital Workplace with the HBDI®

Over the past couple of years most companies have transitioned permanently to working remotely in some capacity, while others have even given up the office for good. But despite the convenience of working from home and saving time on the commute, it’s likely this will...

How to switch off: the challenging side of virtual work

Nearly a year and a half into the pandemic, the ‘new normal’ isn’t looking so new anymore. We’ve all had a crash course in remote work and all its ups and downs. We’ve adjusted our working styles to suit the new reality and have learned new strategies for being...
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How to protect your high performers from burnout

How to protect your high performers from burnout

Stress is a normal part of every-day life - a tight deadline, an important interview, a high-stakes project. When the pressure is on, a little bit of stress can help workers perform at their best, motivating them to meet challenges head-on. But too much stress can be...

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How to be a great leader: the secret is vulnerability

How to be a great leader: the secret is vulnerability

The world is full of CEOs and leaders who think they know it all. The tech industry is especially guilty of it. Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk have all been called out for their aggressive leadership styles, characterised by arrogance, bravado, entitlement...

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