Organisational Culture

5 questions to ask your employees in their next performance review

Ideally, a performance review isn’t conducted as a monologue. Instead, in addition to providing feedback on an employee’s performance, you’ll also help the employee set goals, gain clarity on their needs, and get a better understanding of how they can…

9 signs your company has a healthy workplace culture

    The average Australian spends more than 44 hours per week at his or her job. Working in a healthy environment has a number of great benefits.  This is one of the many reasons why you need to ensure your organisation…

5 diagnostics to enhance your team performance

Chances are you’ve probably taken a diagnostic at some point in your life—maybe without even realizing it. If you’ve ever taken an online quiz to learn your personality type, for instance, you were in effect ‘diagnosing’ your character to learn…

Effectively managing introverts in the workplace

Last time, we began a new series about personality in the workplace. Usually, when someone talks about personality, you’ll hear two words in particular: introversion and extraversion. Simply put, introverts are people who are energized by spending time alone, while…

Workplace diversity and how it affects employees

Workplace diversity means employing team members who are different from one another. That difference could be found in gender, race, religion, culture, sexuality, age, education, background and countless more. Diversity has many benefits for a business. People with different life…

How to manage employees who work from home

  Having employees work from home means that you can have a business that is both flexible and cost-effective. If you have a business that requires maintenance customer service, technical support, administrative work, translation, research, writing, editing, or web design,…