- Coaching lessons from neuroscience
How do you coach effectively in an environment characterised by ambiguity, rapid change and uncertainty? Dr Connie Henson outlines how neuroscience can help people better understand their own behaviour, reinforce change efforts and rewire their brains to make more effective decisions in an unpredictable world.
- Lessons from the most engaged
New findings have revealed that soldiers, accountants and insurance brokers are the most engaged workers in Australia – what’s the secret?
- Opportunity to lift productivity and performance lies with HR
Currently many organisations have a significant opportunity to lift productivity and performance by training up HR professionals to better handle ‘big data’ – an HR software expert has said.
- IR reform "won’t make it easier to sack people"
In perhaps the biggest indication so far as to how the Fair Work review will be served up, Prime Minister Julia Gillard said any changes would lock in fairness and emphatically ruled out calls to scrap penalty rates.
- The ticking time bomb of work pressure
Employee work pressure is a growing problem which could have a serious impact on performance and productivity – yet many leaders are unaware of it. What can HR do to mitigate?
- An engaging vision: AIM transforms
In May 2009 the employee engagement score at AIM was an embarrassing 39%. Two years later it had climbed to 72%. David Wakeley outlines how the organisation transformed, and provides tips for others to follow their lead.