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TRAITS THAT EVERY LEADER NEEDS TO HAVE
Published by Tim Millett on 09 October 2013

Leadership can be a hard trait to bottle. However, many people know good leadership when they see it, even if they can't exactly put their finger on how they themselves can get it. According to an expert on leadership, Pat Sweet, all good leaders possess

STRATEGIES FOR BUILDING GREAT TEAMS
Published by Tim Millett on 09 October 2013

The search to find people that will actively and positively contribute to the direction of a new company is not always straightforward. The approach that is taken by a business to finding new people can significantly determine its success.

MONEYBALL REVEALS BETTER WAYS TO HIRE THE RIGHT STAFF
Published by Tim Millett on 09 October 2013

The story of a team of professional baseballers struggling for money has become a much-loved best seller in Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game.

LEADERSHIP TRAINING MADE EASY
Published by Tim Millett on 09 October 2013

Suzi Dafnis, leadership expert and chief executive of the Australian Businesswomen's Network, recently had some advice for small business owners.

EMOTIONAL LABOUR SHOULD NOT BREAK A COMPANY
Published by Tim Millett on 09 October 2013

Emotional labour is the practice of workers displaying particular emotions in the course of their duties, regardless of their true feelings. Flight attendants, sales staff and teachers are just some of the professionals required to present their emotions

WHY TRANSPARENT COMMUNICATION MAKES GOOD BUSINESS SENSE
Published by Tim Millett on 09 October 2013

'Spin' or 'persuasive communication' is a normal part of the business process for some organisations, but when it is used irresponsibly, immorally or with no truthful basis, it can be perilous for individuals and organisations.

TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP IS GOOD FOR EMPLOYEES
Published by Tim Millett on 09 October 2013

While a transformational style of leadership has long been recognised for its potential to stimulate innovation and enhance the performance of workers, a study in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine recently connected this type of leade

LESSONS TO BE LEARNED FROM ALP LEADERSHIP SPILL
Published by Tim Millett on 09 October 2013

The recent change in leadership of the Australian Labor Party has illuminated a number of behavioural biases that can have a significant impact on decision making.

GOOD REASONS TO HOST A CONFERENCE FOCUSED ON YOUR BUSINESS
Published by Tim Millett on 09 October 2013

Recently, the third annual 'gapCon' was held. gapCon is a conference in which the gap intelligence organisation is celebrated, together with its people, work and culture.

SIMULTANEOUS TEAM BUILDING AND PHILANTHROPY
Published by Tim Millett on 09 October 2013

Many team building experiences are now tired and overused, and can even be quite ineffective.

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