- Women winning at diversity
The University of South Australia has received recognition through winning national awards at the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry/Business Council of Australia National Work and Family Awards, the 2006 Diversity@work awards and the Equal Opportunity in the Workplace Agency (EOWA) Awards, the latter being fro employer of choice for women in the workplace
- How to … have a coaching conversation
Women are generally good communicators. We listen well and genuinely want to know what is affecting a person’s ability to reach their potential. It is the desire to help people grow that makes a great leader, not just a good one.
- Passion Maps
I remember seeing a newspaper cartoon when I was a child. It depicted a small army of grey-suited men trudging to their city offices on a Monday morning. These men all had the same downtrodden expressions on their face, the same depressed hanging of the head, and the same despondent shuffling of the shoes on their way to work. I thought to myself at the time, “Why would you? Why would you get out of bed for anything other than something you love?”
- Managing the virtual global workforce, part 2
As the war for talent grows increasingly global, companies will need to find and retain managers with key skills in leading remote virtual teams. Allan Schweyer reports
- On a pay roll
With almost 50 payroll system solutions available in Australia, many organisations have turned to technology to streamline their payroll. Teresa Russell talks with three companies about their diverse payroll needs and a panel of experts who discuss recent trends and the issues facing payroll managers over the next few years
- Decoding WorkChoices
In the Bible’s book of Genesis, a united humanity builds the Tower of Babel as a mark of human achievement. Upon seeing these efforts, God is angered as he believes that these people are attempting to make a name for themselves, which of course means that they are not worshipping Him.