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Brave New World: Undertaking a Workplace Restructure

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Sometimes the smallest departure from our usual routine is enough to throw us.  Roadworks send your bus on a different route.  You use a different mug because yours is in the dishwasher.  Your favourite pen runs dry and the new one is a different brand…it just doesn’t feel right. If these small, simple changes can…

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Change Management with Expert Kerrie Yates

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If change is the only constant, you’d think we’d have grown used to it by now. After millennia of innovation, progress, and ongoing growth you’d expect human beings would be experts at change. And yet, all too often – especially in the workplace – change is met with resistance and fear.  Overcoming this is crucial…

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Faith At Work: Life, Law and the Future of Korea

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It was fantastic to have a full-house for our first Faith at Work Dialogue for 2018.   CCER’s executive director, Tony Farley, sat down with Supreme Court judge, Michael Pembroke, for this public forum in which prominent Australians discuss how their personal beliefs and experiences intersect with their professional lives.   A man of many…

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About to conduct an interview? Do these three things.

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In an engaging workshop for CCER members, Nina Mapson Bone, managing director for Beaumont People, recently shared her insights into how to become an effective interviewer. If you missed the masterclass, or want a quick refresher,  you can watch the video on Nina’s three top interviewing tips here. Check out our list of upcoming events to…

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