Attracting and Retaining Talented Employees

The Great Resignation is spreading across the globe, that’s if it hasn’t already. The Great Resignation is a phenomenon originating in the US during the first year of the pandemic. American’s by the millions were quitting their jobs. Restrictions gave employees time...

Overcoming Professional Ghosting: Try this first!

We’ve all been there. That uncomfortable feeling when all of a sudden, out of nowhere, someone stops responding to our messages or isn’t taking our calls. No, we’re not talking about an ex-relationship gone sour, we’re talking about professional ghosting. ...

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...
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Whole Brain® Thinking in a Digital World

Whole Brain® Thinking in a Digital World

This guest post is a contribution from Herrmann International Asia partner, Prasad Deshpande, CEO of Empowered Learning LLP. “Preserving the status quo is not a business strategy.” Shantanu Narayen - CEO Adobe. Digital Masters Disruption caused by technology has been...

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Creativity, Learning and the Specialised Brain

Creativity, Learning and the Specialised Brain

This article is adapted from Ned Herrmann’s original paper: Creativity, Learning and the Specialised Brain In the Context of Education for Gifted and Talented Children* I would like to acquaint you with my specialised language, which is the new language of brain...

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Gender equity, diversity and thinking preferences

Gender equity, diversity and thinking preferences

Simply hiring more women doesn’t solve the issue of gender equity in the workplace. Diversity without inclusion leads to burnout, turnover, a lack of parity and other challenges like those we’re seeing at an even more intensified level as a result of the pandemic....

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Our Top 10 Resources for 2021

Our Top 10 Resources for 2021

2020 was a year none of us will ever forget, and that’s not just because of the coronavirus pandemic. From the Australian Black Summer bushires, to the Beirut explosion, to the global Black Lives Matter movement and the most contentious US election in history... it...

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How to thrive in a COVID-normal landscape

How to thrive in a COVID-normal landscape

As tough as the past 12 months have been for many of us across the globe, we can take some solace in the fact that there will be better days ahead. 2020 will long remind us of devastating job losses and business closures. Moving forward, it should be no surprise that...

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No, I don’t like doing detail!

No, I don’t like doing detail!

This post is a contribution from Scott Timmins, an HBDI® Certified Practitioner, Principle Consultant at Pinnacle Blue and former Australian Defence Force Aircraft Technician. I have always been someone who likes to start projects, has new ideas for the way things...

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The 2020 wrap up: What living in a global pandemic taught us

The 2020 wrap up: What living in a global pandemic taught us

In 2020, many of us experienced the same restrictions, but for each and every one of us, our day-to-day was affected differently. Thus, everyone’s experience throughout the pandemic was unique to them. That’s not to say we can’t find similarities in how we felt...

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