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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:

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

As the world battles the COVID-19 pandemic, the simple reality is - there is no roadmap from where we are now to where we would rather be.

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

For many of us, working from home has become the new normal in 2020. Here are some legal implications to be aware of.

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

Depending on who you ask, personality assessment tests are either an essential recruitment tool or a waste of time and resources.

A job candidate's technical expertise is not the only pointer to their sustainability.

Employing the wrong person can make a leader's job harder and affect a team's productivity.

With many reporting that lockdown 2.0 feels different from the first, HRM asks HR why that is and how they're coping.

There are few things more frustrating than being told how to do your job, and according to a career expert, it’s one of the biggest mistakes a new-starter can make. 

Research consistently paints a bleak picture when it comes to the willingness and ability of people to engage in difficult conversations in the workplace.

As communities around Australia and the world respond to the threat of COVID-19, leaders everywhere are faced with the challenge of enabling success while driving blind. For many that includes having to influence the performance of people who aren't working in the office everyday. 

Bad behaviour that goes viral can lead to the loss of your job.

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

Times are undeniably tough for a lot of businesses and their leaders, says Karen Gately, a specialist in leadership and people management.

Hundreds of thousands of Australians have lost their jobs since the COVID-19 crisis battered the tourism, aviation, hospitality and retail sectors leaving the country at risk of a mental illness avalanche.

As companies strive to address staff underpayment, the return to the humble timesheet could be an easy solution, but are employees of the digital age happy to clock on again?

As companies strive to address staff underpayment, the return to the humble timesheet could be an easy solution. But are the employees of the digital age happy to clock on again?

Many HR professionals struggle just as much as anyone else to manage the stress and anxiety they feel when faced with the tough conversations that inevitably arise.

Having friends at work can do wonders for engagement and innovation so it is important for employees to find a workplace with people who suit their personality.

To say life is challenging right now is an obvious understatement. 

As the world scrambles to respond to the treat COVID-19 poses to humanity, life has become particularly challenging for a lot of people.

The days of soldiering on and showing up to work with the sniffles and a cough are over as the age of pandemic vigilance kicks off.

If working from home is something you want to do moving forward, now is the time to start negotiating how that might work.