With the ongoing economic downturn, many of us are experiencing some form of financial hardship. As a result, we have less disposable income to be generous with. However, some new research has just been released that sheds some light on how Australians are engaging with charities and not-for-profits.
How to Lead Multi-Generational Teams
In recent times the realities of an ageing population, an emerging generation of workers and their subsequent new attitude to work have dawned on many business leaders.
Our Communication Needs to Slow Down
Between shorter attention spans and more diverse communities, communication isn’t getting easier. But great leaders know the importance of effective communication and are prepared to learn and adapt.
Gen Z and Cancel Culture
In a society of increasingly diverse worldviews and beliefs, Australians are recognising diversity by listening to others, particularly when they have differing worldviews from their own.
Equipping Students for the New World of Work
The last 15 years has seen significant growth in high skilled jobs. The economic marker of the knowledge economy is intellectual capital, enabling workers to have greater flexibility and freedom to conduct their work from wherever they are.
The Importance of Bringing a Positive Attitude to the Workplace
The overall work wellbeing of our teams depends on our attitude. A negative attitude might seem hard to alter, but every morning your attitude is your choice.