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Glenn Cullen

Glenn Cullen has worked as a journalist and editor for 20 years and traversed the globe covering sport, business and travel. He has written for media outlets as diverse as Qantas The Australian Way, AAP, Inside Sport and Australian Doctor, to name a few. In his spare time he chases powder snow and wastes a silly amount of time tinkering with his road bike.

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Songyao Goh CPA (left) and Yau Kee Goh FCPA.

Father and son business: Differences as strength


With a once-in-a-century pandemic sweeping the world, Australians were understandably given very little time to adapt to the new way of working.

Safe from harm: online security when working remotely


Good listeners listen to try to make sense for themselves; great listeners help the speaker make sense for them.

Why the cost of not listening is bigger than you think


It takes time, energy and money to recruit an employee. It makes sense to make the most of them.

How to discover your employees' hidden talents


Just how much has the role of the traditional team leader changed? Not as much as you might think...

6 team leadership strategies that work


The Big Chill: economic climate keeps CFOs up at night


Research has found that 71 per cent of the hiring managers would employ a job hopper.

Job hopping: from red flag to selling point


Rick Shine, a professor of biology at Macquarie University, believes there needs to be broader conversations about wildlife and practical conservation.

The economic argument for protecting wild animals … by killing some


A protester holds a French flag as he faces French anti-riot police officers in front of the Eiffel Tower. (Credit: MARTIN BUREAU/AFP/Getty Images)

Brexit and beyond: 5 ways to wreck an economy


Atma Maharaj CPA.

From sports stars to indigenous councils: it's about work ethic and culture