It happened in a flash, with cameras all round capturing the ugly moment. The moment when the cricket ball was tampered with as the Aussies sat in danger of losing […]
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Sometimes we can’t see how we behave at work. We believe we’re acting professionally. We shake our heads when others behave badly, thinking we’d never do the same. But when […]
We’re encouraged to pursue perfectionism in our careers, to the point where many of us continually exert significant pressure on ourselves. Every day we strive to reach the top of […]
Bang. Just like that it’s the second month of 2018. You’re either back at work with a recharged battery, keen on making this a cracker of a year, or you’re […]
Confused between mentoring and executive career coaching? Do you need one or the other? Good question. One thing is for sure. Navigating your way through your professional world without professional […]
It’s time for the annual office Chrissie parteee and you’re ramping up to have a blast. Before you get too excited, think about the career ramifications if the fun gets […]
This isn’t a blog on whether Don Burke is guilty of sexual harassment. His fate will be decided by experts. So too will the fate of the ‘leaders’ who knew […]
Your brain is packed with intrusive thoughts and it’s driving you nuts. They enter from every direction and refuse to go away. You’re anxious and even anxious about being anxious. […]
Leadership. It’s a fact of life for EL1s and EL2s in the Australian Government. A requirement. A responsibility. The key is to rise above being an ‘ordinary leader’ and into […]