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Uncover The Secrets Of Executive Coaching starstarstarstarstar   3rd August 2008 - Views: 535 Uncover The Secrets Of Executive Coaching Intrigued by Executive Coaching? The Australian Leadership Development Centre is running a 2 Hour Forum in Brisbane on 26 August that will reveal what is really involved in an executive coaching program & why such programs work. If you have ever left a management training course armed with good intentions that soon get forgotten back at work, then you understand why such traditional ‘training events’ don’t work.

Resilience - The New Buzzword In Hr - And Why It Is Important starstarstarstarstar   22nd July 2008 - Views: 598 Resilience - The New Buzzword In Hr - And Why It Is Important In business as in life itself change is a constant, but as human beings we generally don’t like change and when an organisation is going through a period of change - for example during a merger or acquisition or during a period of rapid expansion or rationalisation - it can be a stressful time for everyone.

Survey Finds 49% Of Full-timers Want More Flexible Work Arrangements starstarstarstarstar   10th July 2008 - Views: 400 Survey Finds 49% Of Full-timers Want More Flexible Work Arrangements Recent research by Brisbane-based HR and Change Management consultants Astor Levin across 29 industry sectors indicates that 49% of full-time employees would like to use flexible working arrangements either now (31%) or at a future time (18%).

Aussie Employers Must Try Harder To Retain The Modern Job Hopper: Survey starstarstarstarstar   29th May 2008 - Views: 463 Of the 1338 respondents, 72.6% think that employers are suspicious of people who change jobs frequently, despite the fact that half say job hopping is expected in this day and age.

Victorian Police Chief To Speak About Her People starstarstarstarstar   20th May 2008 - Views: 386 Victorian Police Chief To Speak About Her People The chief commissioner of Victoria police will speak about the force of 13,000 people who serve the state’s population of more than five million.

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