Extraordinary Skills of Neurodiversity in the Workplace

April is Autism Awareness Month and what better way to celebrate than to shed some light on neurodiversity in the workplace!     So, what is neurodiversity anyway?   Neurodiversity is a way of thinking and can include Autism, ADD, Dyslexia and ADHD. In Australia, it is estimated that 1 in 8 Australians are neurodivergent.  Large Australian …

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Digital burnout of employees is increasing.

Remote working has reshaped the traditional Australian workplace and changed the way we work forever. It’s easy to identify the benefits to remote working such as increased flexibility and balance, however as we well and truly enter the third year of COVID-life, the digital burnout of employees is increasing.    Recognising the signs of increased …

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managing your energy when working from home

Managing your energy when working from home

Managing your energy when working from home is easier said then done. Unlike time, energy is not a constant. It ebbs and flows and changes constantly. And although we all have 24 hours in a day, our energy levels can vary, fluctuating up or down at different times throughout the day.    With many of …

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Hybrid work

5 steps to boost your team motivation in a hybrid environment!

Just when we thought we were going back to the office (or at least embracing hybrid), here we are – many of us still working from home! And really, an element of working from home, or flexible working, is here to stay. So how do you keep the team motivated and engaged?   In the …

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Imposter Syndrome – how to recognise it and practical actions to ‘hush’ it

  Have you ever had the overwhelming feeling that you don’t deserve success? Or do you lack confidence and believe you’re not as smart, creative or talented as you should be? If so, you could be suffering from a case of imposter syndrome – a deep-seated sense that you don’t know what you’re doing and …

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