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Conflict Resolution Strategies to use in the Workplace

Australians spend a lot of time at work. In Western Australia alone, the average full-time worker devotes 41.1 hours a week to work. Combine that with a workplace of different personalities, opinions and managing styles ...

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Workplace Conflict is Expensive

A recent survey from CPP showed that 25 per cent of employees said that avoiding conflict led to sickness or absence from work. The same report also showed that nearly 10 per cent said that workplace conflict led to proj...

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How to monitor your organisational culture

The importance of a strong and healthy organisational culture is undeniable, it can translate into increased productivity, employee retention and attraction to name a few. As we have explored over the last couple of week...

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Identify the organisational culture that you really want

Last week we looked at different types of organisational cultures that could exist and how your organisation compares to these common cultures. Was it clear where you sat in matrix or were you spread out over several of ...

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Do you understand your organisational culture and values?

Before you can truly understand your organisation’s culture you need to understand the common types of culture.  With this in mind you can ask yourself if your organisation’s culture matches what you think it is. Below i...