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    Leadership skills – acquired vs applied

    With the world being in a state of turmoil, companies need to rely more and more on their leaders to help hold things together and stay on track. Yet despite the big dollars, they throw at leadership training, they aren’t seeing much improvement in results. It’s not the quality of the training that’s the problem. There are many reasons for

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    How to train millennials

    Anyone born between 1981 and 1996 (ages 23 to 38 in 2019) is considered a millennial and by 2025 it’s anticipated they’ll make up to 75% of the Australian workforce. Right now, they are forming part of your team. People of this generation are easily able to develop the knowledge and practical skills they need to fulfil any role. They

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    What you can do if an employee is burning out

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    With the extremely challenges we are facing in 2020 and the dire warnings and predictions thrown at us from the news and social media, I think we can all agree that it is a particularly stressful period and it’s quite possible your employees are heading towards burnout as a result. In last week’s article I shared the symptoms and signs

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    How to address burnout with your manager

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    In my previous post I provided an important strategy for preventing burnout; talk to someone. Since then I’ve had several comments from people sharing that this is one strategy they struggle with the most. A perceived sense of vulnerability is triggered I can understand an individual’s reluctance to talk about their worries and feelings, but at some stage, this will

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    Strategies to combat burnout

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    Last week we discussed burnout, what causes it and the warning signs to watch out for in the workplace and in yourself. Today we diving into what you can do to avoid burning out. While the most pressing thought at the forefront of your mind might be to quit, there are less drastic things you can do to relieve some

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    How to spot the warning signs of burnout.

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    2020 has kicked off in Australia with fires, floods, climate change concerns and coronavirus outbreak all taking their toll on individuals and businesses. Where traditionally colleagues returned from the festive season feeling refreshed and revitalised, this year we are seeing our team members battling extreme stressors that carried through right across the new year and well into the first half

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    Courageous Leadership: Are you prepared to trust your team?

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    We know trust is built with small, consistent actions and, whether you’ve noticed it or not, there’s a theme running through my articles this month. You see, there are two attitudes towards trust. Trust must be earned, and people need to prove themselves trustworthy, and/or, People will be trustworthy if you put your trust in them. The first attitude is

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    Impact of trust on your company reputation

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    So far when we’ve talked about trust, we’ve looked at it from a personal point of view. But how does trust impact your company and its reputation? Previously we defined trust as “…choosing to make something important to you vulnerable to the actions of someone else.” How do we define reputation? Well, let’s say it’s the opinion we’ve built based

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    What breaks trust?

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    Last week we talked about Brené Brown’s seven elements of trust and her B.R.A.V.I.N.G. model. Today we are going to unpack the areas that most impact trust and how you can prevent these from happening in your workplace. Given the seven elements we explored last week, it’s a good assumption that breaking any one of those elements must have an

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    Creating the foundations of trust

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     “Trust is choosing to make something important to you vulnerable to the actions of someone else.” Charles Feltman   As leaders we can find ourselves taling alot about trust and how important it is but what do we actually know about trust? More importantly, what do we know about building trust? These questions were on my mind when I found

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