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Tuesday, 11 December 2012 20:20

Three most dangerous words

By Schon G Condon RFD
IT never ceases to amaze me that in a modern world where there is more information available than one can read (let alone absorb) in a lifetime, technology is changing at a rate that is almost difficult to grasp, and there is a greater level of human movement than at any time in history that you will still hear people say "but, I know!"

Friday, 07 December 2012 05:43

Where educated residents live

By Red Dwyer

WESTERN Sydney’s highest educated residents live in three suburbs in the Parramatta local government area – Westmead, Parramatta and Harris Park – not far behind Birchgrove, in inner Sydney, which tops the ranking ladder.

Sunday, 02 December 2012 15:58

Rules for business etiquette

By Derrick Sillence

IS business etiquette new or is it just old fashioned good manners?

Thursday, 15 November 2012 20:04

The most important asset

By Schon G Condon RFD

OVER the years as people have gone into business they have commonly spoken to either their accountant or lawyer (rarely both) as or after they started so they could get "set up" with what they need.

Friday, 02 November 2012 21:36

Brains that gain power

By Jo Hanlon

MY mother instilled in me a lifelong love of learning, growing and expanding my mind and my skill sets.

Wednesday, 17 October 2012 20:36

Exchange rate of social capital

 By Dr Jim Taggart OAM and Christina Matthews

THE purpose of this article is to provide some insight into the world of Social Capital, and the role it plays in building relationships among, and between, people in the various networks they operate in either a personal and/or business level.

Sunday, 14 October 2012 13:12

Workplace placement a real asset

By Schon G Condon RFD

RESEARCH in Britain has indicated that students exposed to at least four interactions with employers whilst still at school are five times more likely to be in education, employment or training at age 19 to 24 than not.

Friday, 12 October 2012 09:21

Generational diversity event

FOR the first time in a long time, there are three different generations sharing the workforce – Gen X, Gen Y and Baby Boomers: Same jobs, same bosses, same working conditions, but three different viewpoints on how to approach life at work.

By Jo Hanlon

HAVE you ever had to consider how to manage those staff members in your organisation who are technically brilliant and very good at their job, but who have or are judged to have idiosyncratic or dysfunctional behaviours and attitudes?

Saturday, 08 September 2012 09:46

Understand your networking strengths

By Maria Ioia

IN Australia, people like to do business with people they like. If you follow these steps below in future networking events, you are sure to have success.

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