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:

It can be tough to let someone down in an internal hiring process.

Bosses are often so focused on putting out fires that they neglect to recognise the good work done by their staff. 

Goodbye 2020... Or maybe good riddance?!

Effective communication is always important, but in times of upheaval it becomes critical.

How do you fix things if you've made a big mistake at work?

How to best observe and support your worker's mental health, especially during the devastating COVID-19 pandemic.

It's going to look a little different this year, so 3 months out from Christmas, Karen takes us through how to prepare for the work Christmas party.

Ahron Young and Karen Gately chat about how to tackle workplace bullying.

With many business' running on only a few staff, but trying to pump out as much work as possible, Karen has some tips on when to recognise and stop burn out.

On the show today we’ll be talking about how we can shift the mindsets and behaviours that keep us focused on keeping busy, over being productive.

Karen writes candidly about her mental health battles in light of R U OK day.

We've learned to seek COVID-19 testing and isolate this year with a range of symptoms, but if you just have some hayfever, should that keep you out of the office?

Virtual social gatherings should be specific and deliberate to succeed during COVID-19.

On the show today we will be looking at essential skills leaders need to be an effective coach.

After the radio industry suffered some big job losses last week, Karen takes us through the steps from losing a job to getting your next one.

Karen Gately admits she found the intial memes involving her name quite hilarous, but she wonders if the joke has gone too far.

On the show today we’ll be exploring how focusing on obstacles versus opportunities each influence our ability to thrive at work and in life.

The only real power we have is to choose our perspective and response to the circumstances we find ourselves in. 

During a crazy emotional experience, how do you stay professional?

On the show today we'll be discussing having the courage to do what’s needed.

With everything that is happening, how do we maintain focus?

Over 15 million people in Australia and New Zealand say discrimination is still an issue in their workplace.

The fact our population is ageing, and the implications this has for our economy, has been well understood for a number of decades.

As workforce demographics continue to shift, workplace diversity increasingly becomes more of a business need than a slogan that companies wave to show their commitment to embracing differences and to serve new customers.