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Amanda Woodard

Amanda Woodard is a Londoner by birth who, after working for The Guardian newspaper for 12 years, moved to Sydney with her family. When she is not interviewing business leaders or writing about education or travel, Amanda is an enthusiastic art lover and occasional wreck diver.

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Dr Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. Photographer: Shannon Morris

Challenging the myth that self confidence equals success


Not-for-profits are feeling the big squeeze | Illustration: Carolyn Ridsdale

Not-for-profits are feeling the big squeeze


INTHEBLACK

Here come the intrapreneurs


INTHEBLACK

Bold Strategic Move 4: Booting up the brand


The first time around, Lafley was widely viewed as the ailing company’s saviour.

Bold Strategic Move 3: The comeback CEO


Sabbaticals can be used for many things, from getting fit to learning a new skill.

People who have regular breaks are often more focused.

To leave or not to leave


Caught in traffic.

Are we being driven over the edge?


Not sleeping, improving the cognition: Studies suport the value of a siesta.

How smart do we work?


If one bad apple occasionally slips into a company undetected, does that infect the whole barrel?

The end of the embellished CV