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Coaching for Change

Even under the best of circumstances, organisational transformations can be challenging. Time is not the issue. Often, mergers, acquisitions and restructures are carefully planned and executed over a long period for reasons of governance and fiduciary requirements. Money is not the issue. Companies will mostly enter into such arrangements with cost/benefit issues and success factors […]

The Oxygen Mask for Directors

Fit your own oxygen mask first I say.  We live in a world predicated upon our usefulness and ability to help others.  No wonder we forget about ourselves.  Most of us are either parents, or doting and sometimes grateful aunties and uncles.  We would know then that being there for children requires us to be […]

How Does Your Resume Rate?

I’ve asked a number of people over the years what they consider to be the primary objective of their resume. The majority have responded “to get me the job”. Well, that’s true, but before that dream job is in the bag, one first has to get through a field of highly qualified candidates to get […]

Why are employers in Australia so reluctant to take on people with disabilities?

This is the question that 20 guests discussed at a Diversity Lunch held by Bravo Consulting at the RACV in Melbourne on March 26.  Australia has a woeful track record in this area.  We are the opposite of world class, coming 21st out of 29 amongst OECD countries.  In Australia only 54% of people with […]

45,000 Automotive Industry Employees – What’s your career strategy and when do you start?

With the steady decline of automotive manufacturing in Australia, those working in the industry should already be asking themselves “what’s next for me?” and “when should I start to become active?” Announcements from Ford (2016), Holden and Toyota (both 2017) that they will cease their Australian manufacturing operations mean there will be a surge of […]

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