Month: December 2014

Workplace Flexibility 3.0 – The Importance of Right Balance in a Successful Workplace Relationship

Successful relationships are the ones where there is a balance of give and take over time. Parties are clear about what they are willing to give and wanting to receive and for the most part there are win/win outcomes. This approach to successful relationships is just as relevant to employees and employers and for most …

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Harmony vs Diversity – Why the Mutual Pursuit will Result in Conflict?

Intuitively most of us are wired to achieve an outcome of harmony. Human beings inherently dislike conflict and the desire to bring relationships, teams and families back into a state of harmony unconsciously drives much of our behavior. In fact many of us will compromise personal success in the pursuit of harmony. I see this …

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A Question of Skills, Experience or Desire – Do Women Really Want the Progression we are Pushing for?

Diversity and Inclusivity are certainly words high on the agenda and over the course of the year I was involved in many conversations that looked at barriers for young professional women. My observations from these conversations with industry bodies, board members, young professional women and organisations focusing on gender diversity are that there is no …

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