Articles about effective management in the workplace
It’s that time of year again when Christmas functions abound. What people don’t want is their evening or afternoon spoiled by long boring end of year presentations.
Acknowledging and commending the efforts of your staff is important and end of… Continue reading
Concerns about mental health and wellbeing within our workforce have been building. The latest ABS National Health Survey has revealed higher levels of anxiety, psychological distress and depression among millions of Australians. Influencing our mental health and wellbeing at work,… Continue reading
Personality clashes can cause conflict, emotional outbursts and strained relationships.
Ever heard these complaints?
“He’s just so sloppy, he doesn’t pay attention to detail and then I have to pick up the pieces”
“She’s so demanding and just expects me… Continue reading
Unfortunately, many people deal with difficult situations by ignoring them and hoping they’ll go away. Among the reasons behind this are that they don’t know how to start a difficult conversation about it.
The workplace presents many situations that require… Continue reading
Covid 19 has brought about some major changes in working habits, relating to others and use of technology. These changes have affected some people more negatively than others. The neuroscience of change can help us shine some light on the… Continue reading
There is no ‘Leading though Coronavirus’ playbook for leaders. This crisis has been unprecedented. What we can do now is employ strategies that cater to the situation and the needs of the employees.
Now restrictions are beginning to ease, many… Continue reading
Many people find handling change challenging at the best of times. Managing change through the Covid 19 pandemic is compounded because the changes have been so fast, dramatic and organisations have had little time to prepare. Everyone’s lives have been… Continue reading
The Covid 19 pandemic seems to have brought the very worst and the very best out in people. We’ve all seen evidence of our primal survival instincts kicking in with panic buying and knee jerk reactions. We’ve also seen strong… Continue reading