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how to create change champions 13 July 2017

Who are change champions and how can you spot them?

The Australian business landscape is littered with failed examples of organisational change. Each year we see a list of companies that have failed in the arena of managing and leading... Read more...

how to use talent pools to supercharge succession planning 4 July 2017

How to use your talent pool to supercharge succession planning

Succession planning involves ensuring that your current success is maintained and grown in the future. It relies on a practical talent management strategy and skills gap analysis to identify and... Read more...

alignment with strategic goals 26 June 2017

How to align your organisational culture with strategic goals

Strategically, you’re doing everything by the book. The pieces are in place and the wheels are turning. But, something just isn’t working. For some reason you aren’t getting the results... Read more...

succession planning 1500 9 May 2017

The three biggest challenges in succession planning (and how to overcome them)

Imagine your company has had the same stable leadership for nearly 20 years. Everything’s been heading in the right direction, until your leader decides to step down. Do you keep... Read more...

leadership development exercises 9 May 2017

Three leadership development exercises to challenge your executives

Strong leadership is built from a complex set of interchangeable skills, much like a toolbox. Executives in an organisation need to selectively choose the skills they use to address each... Read more...

executive development review 1 May 2017

The best time for an executive development review

It’s executive leadership that builds the foundation of any successful organisation. Leaders are the facilitators of business growth, team direction and healthy workplace culture. That’s why the importance of leadership... Read more...

11 April 2017

Meet our new Partner in Canberra, Peter Neil

As a Partner in our Canberra office, Peter brings with him an eclectic background in organisational development, senior roles in the military, import/distribution, consulting and general management. With a passion for... Read more...

executive development plan 7 April 2017

There are 3 Es in development

Line managers understand the importance of training and development of employees but you may agree that today, employee development isn’t simple. It’s neither easy for the individual being developed nor... Read more...

70 20 10 framework of development 31 March 2017

Forget 70:20:10 for executive development

Now I’m not saying that the 70:20:10 learning and development model is wrong — just the opposite. In fact, I think it’s a simple way of describing how and why... Read more...

organisational standards 25 March 2017

Standards Schmandards

Introduction Last week I was waiting in line to board a flight and the passenger in front of me had a rather large carry-on bag that was clearly bigger than... Read more...

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Become an HR Master – 6 Reasons to come to our HR Mastery Program

The HR Mastery Program Register You might have noticed we write a... Read More

22nd May 2015

A Further Uneasy Look at Performance Appraisal

Recently I published a post highlighting that while there has been... Read More

04th September 2015

The Four Elements of Performance Management

In recent posts I pointed out that Douglas Macgregor identified issues... Read More

11th September 2015

I was busy doin’ something close to nothin’

Yes, it’s a line from the classic Prince song Raspberry Beret... Read More

24th September 2015

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