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Nov 11

“Curiouser and curiouser!” – What has 2020 taught us about leadership at work?

2020 can be called a lot of things, none of them very positive! The surreal journey of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (1865) comes to mind, as we reflect on the year that will soon come to a close. The book provides a charming lens through which to consider the challenges and U-turns, […]

Sep 02

New Developments in Launching Investigations

This year, Worklogic has been busy updating our highly informative book (also now a textbook) about workplace investigations, with the third edition due to be released later this month. While working through the updates, I got thinking about what sort of changes I have seen occur in the investigations landscape during the last two to […]

Jul 17

[WEBINAR ON DEMAND] Re-Start, Re-Set, Refresh: What kind of organisation do you want to be post-pandemic?

In 2020, massive disruption hit most industries – and most employees’ working arrangements – due to COVID-19. As workers in some Australian states start to return to the workplace, and others are planning a return in the near future, it’s a good time to contemplate: What have the impacts of COVID taught us about how […]

Jul 08

What kind of organisation do you want to be? Resetting expectations post-pandemic. (Part 1)

Australia has undertaken a massive social experiment in flexible ways of working. As the new financial year begins, the immediate practicalities of getting staff to work from home effectively have mostly been addressed, boosted by the re-opening of schools. Slowly, social distancing restrictions are lifting in some Australian states, with many offices and places of […]

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