McCrindle’s latest research suggests that more than two in five Australian workers (45%) plan on looking for a new job in the next 12 months.
Instead of bolstering our arguments, ideas or products with facts, stats and data, often the best move is to ask a good question, writes Michael McQueen.
There are a range of cognitive patterns which we all believe we are immune to, but experience all the same. Here are 3 you might recognise:
Removing friction and pain points for customers should be at the top of the list of a business’s priorities.
Times have changed. Consumers today expect openness, and brands that hold onto secrecy do not remain unscrutinised for long.
Old models of leadership have become less relevant as times have changed. Leadership has moved away from hierarchy and hereditary, writes McCrindle.
If people feel that their freedom is being infringed on, there is little doubt they will dig their heels in even harder.
Millennials are now stepping into leadership roles and progressing their careers. HR consultant Shelley Johnson talks about their career expectations.
When it comes to leading teams that thrive, the world in which leaders do this has undergone seismic shifts.
By observing the changes and thinking about what will influence the future, leaders and organisations can be better prepared for what is to come.