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The reporting and accountability process to revolutionise your team

By Matt Malouf Reporting and accountability are essential for you to understand what’s going on in your business and ensure tasks are being performed at the correct time and to the standard you expect. Regardless of the size of your business, having your team report to you regularly will be …

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Suffering from glass-half-empty syndrome? Seven ways to fill it up!

Is there an automatic little voice in your head that nudges you to play down all that is positive and hopeful? Do friends and colleagues often chuckle and tell you to stop being such a pessimist? And, the most important question is – would you like this to be different, …

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How to Overcome Nerves and Perform at Your Best

By Muffy Churches. It’s a typical day at work. Our calendar bulges with meetings, con-calls, presentations and conversations. We’re productive, optimistic, relaxed, confident and in control. All is flowing in success mode. We’re a seasoned professional, and yet … Why is it that on the morning of an important event, …

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Why friendships are important at work

Organisations often talk about culture, but rarely consider the role that having friends at work plays in creating a healthy, dynamic and productive workplace. There’s no doubt that workplaces are complex environments – bringing together a melting pot of people with varying ideas, assumptions, experiences, expectations and ambitions. Workplaces can …

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Dealing with mental health: six things every leader needs to know

If you are a leader of people, chances are at some point in your career you will manage someone battling mental illness, whether you know it or not. Undiscriminating, mental-health issues are prevalent in people from all walks and stages of life. One in five adults experience mental-health problems in …

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Healthy work: what we can all do to make a positive difference

By Karen Gately. Have you ever worked with someone who drained you of energy, undermined your confidence or caused you to feel anxious about the standard of your work?  Have you worked with an aggressive, volatile or generally unpredictable colleague whose behaviour led to people ‘tiptoeing’ around them? If you …

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Don’t be afraid to step up

By Michelle Gibbings. The world is constantly changing. Blink and you can feel you’ve missed something. Do you keep in step with change, get left behind, or stride ahead and step up to the plate? If you want to get the life you desire, you have to step up. There’s an old adage: success breeds success. But success never happens overnight. …

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