People & Community

Bored with wearing the same track pants while working from home: Wear it Purple

Ten years ago Wear it Purple day began as a visible way to show rainbow youth we accepted them fully both at work and as an important part of society.

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Workforce planning: when nothing is sure, everything is possible*

Around the world organisations are beginning to take a new look at understanding their future workforce. Whether they have been impacted by COVID-19, are reacting to a new economic situation or are simply accelerating planned digital transformation

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The clip show: Season one in review of What Happens Next? with Bernard Salt

Bernard Salt is joined by Executive Producer Whitney Fitzsimmons to reflect on the highlights from season one of the show.

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Finding Commonality – COVID-19 has changed us for the better

COVID-19 has changed forever the way we work and how our colleagues and clients want to communicate.

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Transforming offices: no commute, no need to wear a suit, home before it is dark

As another day dawns and I move from my bed to the kitchen and directly to my desk, I reflect on how much has changed over the past few months.

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City job – regional office: working from the farm

In the period of 2011 to 2016, over 650,000 capital city residents in Australia moved out of the city and of these over 400,000 (63 percent) chose to move to a regional area.

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What Happens Next? with Bernard Salt: Remote working and mental health during COVID-19

Bernard speaks with Deb Yates and Dr Jane Gunn to explore how businesses are embracing the remote working phenomenon in the wake of COVID-19.

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Successful and sustained change in a virtual world is challenging: traditional practices no longer apply

Change is only as successful as its leadership. Senior leaders’ ability to build trust and drive the change, be aligned around program objectives, and set a clear vision for teams is still of critical importance.

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Bushfires, cyclones, floods, hailstorms and COVID-19. Time to thank a first responder

Not only do they deserve recognition for their bravery, courage and commitment to our community, first responders represent what is “right” about our world.

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Sport rebooted…a boost to our individual and collective physical and mental wellbeing

Depending on what state you reside in, community sport is either back or very close to returning.

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Sustainable performance – how to increase the probability of achieving it

The pursuit of endeavouring to be a high performer should come with a warning label. No matter how high performing you are in one domain, something that you care about will eventually give.

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War is a lonely business. ANZAC Day in Kabul

As the Ode to the Fallen was read, I realised that war is a lonely business. Not just for Australian troops but for their allies and enemies.

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Maintaining Productivity in Disruption

Being productive gives us a sense of purpose, belonging and achievement in life. It helps to create a positive culture of engagement.

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