How we influence far and wide

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:

Recording of Karen's weekly radio segment on Power FM - The Power Pack. Monday mornings at 7.30am.

Navigating a relationship with a boss who you suspect may be a bully is difficult at the best of times. It can lead to psychological and physical stress.

The way individuals are treated by their boss impacts both wellbeing and the chanceof career success. 

Are you inspiring people to make choices to enable them to think, feel and behave in ways that allow them to be at their best?

Mentally healthy employees are engaged and productive. By taking the following steps, leaders can improve both employee well-being and business outcomes.

Reward programs reveal a lot about the culture of an organisation. Successful reward programs should encourage desirable behaviour and clearly signal behaviour that is undesirable.

Employees often relish the opportunity to see their boss have a bit of fun at the Christmas party.

An Aussie workplace expert has shared the mind-boggling ways people have lost their jobs.

Myer banned staff parties in December, telling its workers to focus on customers until after Christmas. 

The behaviours you demonstrate, tolerate, reward and recognise matter equally. 

It might seem a tiny detail, but what you write in a work email could make all the difference.

How gratitude impacts morale and engagement. 

Driving bullying from any workplace is critical to enabling a team and business to thrive. 

Diversity matters for reasons beyond just those relating to fairness and integrity. 

Bad blood - Karen Gately explains some clever ways to get along with those that grind your gears.

74% of people in Australia are experiencing stress at work.

Karen provides advice on Today to mothers returning to work after statistics showed half of mothers face workplace discrimination.


Lip service - Karen gives her tips on what not to say at work.