In order to get somewhere great, do you need to know where you are going? Does the same apply to great leadership? We have all heard the saying “it is the journey not the destination that counts” but is being a great leader a final destination, a journey or should we focus on something well before then? Maybe the key is to know where you are starting from before you begin…
Our client is a leading agency in the Digital Marketing industry, with offices both here and overseas. As part of an overall objective to maximise organisational performance and create a “performance culture”, the company was looking to strengthen the leadership capability of the Executives as well as maximise the cohesive effectiveness of the group.
Employment relationships have never been more complex or challenging for today’s leaders post the GFC. Today the role of psychological contracts has found significance and value again in understanding the key dynamics of nurturing healthy employment relationship post the GFC. Employees are seeking increased job satisfaction and employers are craving employee engagement and retention…Deal or No Deal?
deliberatepractice was recently engaged to assist a client in the utility services industry, to strengthen their team effectiveness and cohesion. This included gaining a deeper understanding and commitment to the behaviours and culture that would support the team’s growth and performance. Our approach to this assignment involved
With the new The Equal Opportunity Act 2010 now in effect as of 1st August 2011, HR teams can be forgiven for not getting around to reviewing the changes and what needs to be implemented. Here are some tips to get you started.
Our client, a global industrial manufacturer headquartered in Europe, took a commercial decision to withdraw its production from Australia and New Zealand and, engaged deliberatepractice as their partner to assist them with the closure of their Australian and New Zealand sales offices. Our services provided end to end project management and expert advice on managing […]
It’s finally happened; you’ve been made an offer for the job you’ve been waiting for. Then something unexpected happens. Your current company suddenly expresses an appreciation for your work, promises more money and opportunities for advancement. What to do?
Email wars can breakout anytime anywhere in an organisation and are nearly always counterproductive to resolving issues, large or small. Emails can be a really efficient way of sharing knowledge and information in real time but it’s also easy (and tempting) to belt out an email response, provoked or unprovoked, to put someone back in their box on a contentious issue. Why do troublesome emails still fill cyberspace?
With fewer than 1 in 3 employees engaged, and with more employees now looking for roles outside of their organisation, 2011 will be a challenging year for retention. BlessingWhite’s 2011 Employee Engagement Report sheds light on the quest for creating a more meaningful, productive work experience for you and your colleagues. How do your retention […]
Today, technology is advancing at a rapid rate of knots. You only have to take a look at the rise and rise of social media such as twitter, facebook and You Tube in everyday life, our wifi world and seemingly never ending applications of digital technology. The speed of technological developments is already and will continue to have a massive impact on the future of careers. What can or should you do when considering current and future career satisfaction?