Inside HR: 4 ways to get employees to own change through a business transformation

2019-12-04T12:13:18+11:00December 4th, 2019|

Many companies and departments are going through both large and small scale change and transformation however one of the most important outcomes of this is that the change created is long lasting and impactful. In his latest article for InsideHR Anthony Mitchell  shares how you can ensure your transformation is just that and explains the

Winners: APS 2019 Workplace Excellence Awards Organisational Change

2019-12-04T12:12:28+11:00November 7th, 2019|

We were delighted to be awarded the Australian Psychological Society (APS) 2019 Workplace Excellence Awards in the Organisational Change category alongside Herbert Smith Freehills.  We partnered with Herbert Smith Freehills to support their people to adapt and thrive in a fast-changing legal market. At its heart, the project titled #FutureFit, was a viral large scale

Carlyle Kingswood Global: Five keys to making your next conference a success

2019-12-04T12:12:12+11:00October 31st, 2019|

The majority of companies will have either booked in their conference for 2020 or have started to plan it. It's interesting though as some of these will be a great success whereas others can be a waste of time and resources or worse still leave you in a weaker position than if the event hadn't

For the first time, Bendelta brings the highly successful ‘Community at Work’ Group Facilitation Skills Public Program to Australia

2019-11-13T11:23:09+11:00October 17th, 2019|

We are delighted to bring you the highly successful Group Facilitation Skills Public Program Empower people to engage in collaboration and decision making, and they will buy into the solution. With the increased use of technology and people working in more flexible ways, fostering collaboration and connection has never been more important. The ability to

Inside HR: Leading through disruption? 5 questions you need to ask to prepare for the future

2019-10-23T14:33:35+11:00October 16th, 2019|

Disruption isn't something that should be feared or avoided. On the contrary the approach should be quite the opposite and should be considered an opportunity. It's where everyone can co-author and contribute to the vision of the company's future and where the full potential of every employee and person can be achieved, writes Anthony Mitchell

The Australian Financial Review: How to run an important meeting well

2019-10-10T17:10:32+11:00October 10th, 2019|

It takes skill and hard work to chair a meeting effectively but it pays off in the long term and is definitely a skill worth nurturing. Want to learn more? Here's how to do it. The benefits of running meetings go long past enjoyment, it is also efficient from a time perspective, can enhance outcomes,

The Australian Financial Review: 5 ways to accelerate your career

2019-10-23T14:32:27+11:00August 13th, 2019|

What does it take to break into the C-suite or secure a role with greater responsibility and rewards? These five steps have been shown to be the most important to your readiness and to convincing others that you’re likely to succeed. 1. It’s how you think that matters most More senior roles aren’t simply the roles you’ve

Inside HR: 5 practical ways leaders can build a high-trust culture in the cyber-physical age

2019-10-23T14:32:45+11:00August 6th, 2019|

Trust is critical for companies to succeed in today's business world and cyber-physical age, writes Anthony Mitchell . There are 3 key elements to building this culture which include people, structure and environment. There is a strong argument for cultivating a high trust environment in your organisation - our research shows that in this type

Five Things We Can Learn From Great Leaders

2019-10-23T14:32:54+11:00July 11th, 2019|

Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, Angela Merkel. Whether you’re looking at business, politics, entertainment or sport, you will find examples of great leaders – people who have the inspiring ability to get things done and bring together people from all walks of life to achieve results that otherwise looked impossible. Great leaders are diverse: they can

Skip to content