Oct 29

Younger managers shafted in salary stakes

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Why am I paid so much less than my predecessor? This question will be asked many more times in the next few years as Australian business engages in an aggressive round of white-collar job deflation that does not even register a blip in wages statistics. You know what I mean: the company replaces…

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Oct 7

Management pay rises outpace workers

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The gap between the pay of top chief executives and the staff they manage appears to be growing. In the latest Fairfax annual survey of pay rates at listed companies, the average pay of CEOs in 2012 was 26.4 times that of the average employee in the same companies. That’s up from a…

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Sep 8

Being a manager can be good for your brain

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New research shows that being a manager is good for the health of your brain. While many managers feel stressed and overworked – underneath it all their brain function has adapted to the demands of their role. According to research from the University of New South Wales, managing other people at work triggers…

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Aug 23

Why do my staff hate me? – How managers can feel the love again

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Introduction : Most managers are decent people, which makes it perplexing for them when they feel less than loving vibes emanating from their staff. How did it come to this? Where did it all go wrong? After all I have done for them -those ungrateful #$#$&! In this fast flowing one hour course…

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Jul 4

Leadership in the Workplace

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Introduction : The training landscape is littered with overpriced theory ridden training courses about leadership. HR Development and Training Ltd are committed to providing managers and supervisors with a deeper understanding about what leadership in the workplace actually means. Participants will learn about leadership styles and situational leadership. If that sounds like another…

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Jun 7

Hazard Management for Supervisors and Managers

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Introduction Identifying and dealing with hazards in the workplace is at the heart of all excellent health and safety systems. This course is designed with supervisors and managers in mind. The content will be tailored to the work environment the trainees work in. Managers and supervisors have particular responsibilities under the Health and…

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Sep 16

Find out your preferred learning style and unlock your potential

Posted by Dave Griffith

We all learn differently and understanding this in ourselves and others can revolutionise how we look at learning.

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