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Leading and Managing Thriving Teams

By: McCrindle

Recently our Team Leader of Communications Ashley Fell delivered a keynote presentation at The Future of Leadership in Australia and New Zealand on the topic of ‘Leading and managing thriving teams’.
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Scott Morrison Won the Election by ‘Being Himself’

By: Clare Bruce

It was the ‘real’ Scott Morrison people saw on the campaign trail, with a capacity for compassion and change, which won him the votes to secure the Coalition’s surprise victory, says former Liberal politician – Stephen O’Doherty. Read more

How to Lead Teams in Changing Times

By: McCrindle

Last year social researcher, author and thought leader Mark McCrindle spoke at an event called The Future of Leadership where he presented a keynote on the topic of ‘Leading teams in changing times’, in which he outlined three ways in which leadership is changing, and three ways in which leaders can respond. Read more

Three in Four Employed Australians Support Women in Senior Leadership Roles

By: McCrindle

Women comprise 47% of Australia’s workforce, yet make up only 5% of CEOs and only 20% of executive management in ASX 200 companies. When it comes to women in senior leadership roles, three in five Australians (59%) feel there are improvements needed to achieve equal representation. Read more

How to Encourage Your Christian Husband as a Spiritual Leader

By: Brittany Ann

Is your husband the spiritual leader* of your home? Would you like him to be? Read more

A Biblical Perspective on Leadership

By: Jim Ware

What does genuine biblical “leadership” look like? “Leadership” in general is an idea that seems to be getting a lot of promotion these days.  Read more

How to Handle Money, Sex and Power

By: Tania Harris

Money, sex and power are some of the most powerful agents in the world. Any one of them can take down presidents and pastors, politicians and kings. History is littered with stories of people who have been able to conquer nations but not their own lives. So how does God call us to handle them? Read more

Burnout Begins With Weariness. Here’s How to Stop it Going Further

By: Sheridan Voysey

Robert Coles, the eminent American psychiatrist, once wrote a book called The Call of Service. Collating his work over three decades with charity workers, civil rights campaigners and community volunteers, Coles explored the reasons why people serve others and what satisfactions they get from doing so. Read more