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Directing Change Scholarship 2022

By Business, People & Culture

The Directing Change Scholarship will tackle the lack of people with disability in Australian boardrooms.  This scholarship will utilise the skills of both the Australian Network on Disability and AICD by providing training, mentoring and support to 15 leaders with disabilities, alongside building the disability confidence in current Australian board directors, so they can welcome people with disability.

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How Fast Feedback Fuels Performance

By Business, People & Culture

Employees are hungry for feedback from their leaders, managers and peers. They want to gain insights that advance their abilities and future potential. And more than ever, feedback is pivotal for engaging employees: Gallup data show that when employees strongly agree they received “meaningful feedback”, they are almost four times more likely than other employees to be engaged.

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Nonprofit Trends Report

By Business, People & Culture

“To create success, organizations must try new approaches to their current processes, then measure their successes and recalibrate as needed. Create an organization and culture that others look to as the gold standard across every part of your business”

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The Conscious Consumer Research Report 2021

The Conscious Consumer Research Report 2021

By Business, People & Culture

Lockdown has been reflective and clarifying for many Australians.  They want change, and they’re using the power of their voice and wallet to bring it about. 

This is good news for non-profits & social enterprises wanting a corporate partner in their corner.  Charities are no longer just the caring sector, but a powerful ally helping companies to meet consumer demand. There’s a prediction of growth in corporate-cause partnerships in the coming year.

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