How do you encourage staff to gain new skills in today’s busy workplaces, where people are time poor? Two HR experts share their advice.
Cecile Thaxter, the first female general manager of Kalgoorlie’s legendary Super Pit, is determined to challenge the status quo – one mind at a time.
It’s a worldwide problem: economic productivity should be rising … but it’s not. Experts can’t agree on whether it’s due to the global financial crisis (GFC), zombie companies or a complex mix of other factors, but they all agree that things haven’t been this bad since the 1950s.
Disagreements with a colleague can easily slide into a cubicle cold war. That's not good for morale or productivity, so how can you resolve these issues?
Most managers have different personal leadership traits but all confront similar challenges when leading strategy.
Effective communication with stakeholders is the key to successfully managing strategy and change in the workplace.
High-powered roles in the UK and Australia have enabled Samantha Drury CPA to bring a wide range of skills to the not-for-profit area of aged care and social housing.
Finance professionals will be extra busy this year, as a swathe of new accounting standards come into force. Accountants need business acumen, data analytics and leadership skills to provide strategic advice. Competition for the smartest people in the room is tougher than ever.
Research shows firms with a well-defined purpose outperform competitors by up to 38 per cent. However, the first step in finding that purpose is for leaders to listen, rather than lead.
CPA Congress 2017 examined the increasingly rapid pace of change and how to harness the opportunities that arise from disruption, while providing the leadership to engage others on the journey.This eBook captures those stories.