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It’s nearly time for your annual performance review, and it’s time to prepare. Here’s how to nail it.
EQ is such a popular topic in the world of business, and for good reason. Everything we do and say, both verbally and non-verbally, is moving us closer or further away from influencing an outcome.Read more about Leading with Emotional Intelligence
There's no doubt coaching has a remarkably powerful role to play in the successful leader’s toolkit.Read more about 5 Coaching tips to grow your leadership
A good story takes us on a journey and resonates with our deepest emotions. The best stories are those that captivate us and allows us to enter someone else’s world with empathy.Read more about Passionate storytelling – a powerful way to build Workplace Diversity and Inclusion (D&I)
In the early 1990’s, David Cooperrider and Suresh Srivastva found ‘questions’ to be so important that they developed a whole framework of communication principles now often used in managerial strategy. These principles serve as the building blocks for something they termed ‘Appreciative Inquiry’.Read more about The Power of Questions
The Executive Education team was delighted to welcome over 90 people to Level 7 of Nexus 10 last Wednesday for our inaugural Executive Education Open Day. The Open Day allowed guests to participate in master classes on a range of leadership and management topics and gave them an introduction to the suite of courses and programs we offer.Read more about Our Inaugural Open Day
Media outlets and corporate consultants note an increase in shareholder activism, but firms struggle to respond. We investigate whether managers respond in alternate ways and whether such responses mitigate the complaint harms.Read more about Advertising vs. Shareholder Complaints on Firm Value
Want to stand out at your next interview and land the job you’ve been dreaming of?
If it’s been a while since you changed jobs, or you tend to get a bit anxious about interviews, then preparation is key.
Being a successful leader in the business world takes grit and determination. But it also takes specialised executive education to learn the skills needed to lead from the top.Read more about Why Executive Education is important
It’s official. Sports sponsorship and marketing managers can sleep soundly at night...Read more about How does sponsoring sports teams impact your CSR?
Every leader has room for improvement. A key part of being a great leader is recognising precisely that you are not the right person for every job…Read more about Enhance your skills with speciality programs
WHAT do Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and a 19th century steel pioneer have in common — and what can today’s South Australian businesses learn from them?…Read more about Facebook your way to innovation, at speed
Creating a strategy is not always straightforward and executing it is often harder…Read more about Common pitfalls in strategic plans
Chances are you have heard the word ‘mindfulness’ before. But what could that possibly have to do with business?...Read more about Benefits of mindfulness in business
TRAINS and Boats and Planes is an old song by Burt Bacharach and Hal David more than 50 years ago…Read more about Big projects spell big opportunities for small business
Appreciative Inquiry is a managerial method that approaches change with a focus on strengths and the positive of what works...Read more about Effect positive change with 5 key principles
26 Feb When it comes to professional development and career progression, we each have our own individual needs and challenges. An investment in executive education can provide the additional credibility and growth you need, but finding the finances often depends on your personal and employment circumstances.
When it comes to professional development and career progression, we each have our own individual needs and challenges. An investment in executive education can provide the additional credibility and growth you need, but finding the finances often depends on your personal and employment circumstances.