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Corporate Dojo's distinctive philosophies and approach to enhancing people leadership regularly attracts the attention of key media outlets seeking an expert opinion. Here are just some of them:

Information for HR Leaders

And one of the least favourite days of the working year for many employees and more than a few managers is that of the performance review. 

If you're a manager or business owner responsible for hiring staff you're probably looking for interview tips to make your job a little easier.

Stamping out workplace bullying has to be a leader-led initiative, but executives are largely escaping HR's attention. 

As any HR Director knows, recruitment is the backbone of HR strategy. If you get hiring decisions wrong, life is extremely challenging from there, according to Karen Gately, founder of Corporate Dojo.

As a leader of people, if you haven't yet had to manage the frequent absence and need for additional support of someone battling chronic illness.

A healthy body enables employees to perform at their best. The link between the strength of our performance is irrefutable, according to Karen Gately.

Interviewing is a key metric and integral part of the recruitment process, in which most employers base their hiring decisions.

Millennials are a frustrating generation according to the baby boomers or generation X. Millennials have a bad reputation and are often accused of being 'impatient', 'demanding' and even 'self-centred'. 

Women returning to work from maternity leave are often asked lots of ridiculous sexist questions.

Women returning to work from maternity leave are often asked lots of ridiculous sexist questions.

The link between our mental strength and physical strength is irrefutable, consistent exercise helps to achieve a healthy body and healthy mind.

Hiring someone to work in the business you’ve worked so hard to build takes a lot of faith. There are things you can do to ensure they’re a good fit.

Get wise to what you can and can’t ask in a job interview to respect candidates and protect your brand in an increasingly digital world.

The importance of diversity in the workplace today is paramount. Leadership experts say that no matter the scale or capital of an organisation, there’s no excuse to not be taking meaningful steps towards a more diverse and inclusive workplace.

Adopting a planned approach to predicting the likelihood of someone being successful in their role is very important, because if potential staff do not perform well it can have a detrimental impact on the energy and resources of your team.

When staff do not perform in their job, it has a detrimental impact on both the business and the energy of the team. Leaders need to ensure they hire the correct people for roles to avoid this.

The candidate you hired looked good on paper and interviewed well, but you start to think you have made a hiring mistake. Here's what to do next.