The changing face of the CEO

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You may think you know what a CEO looks like – those of us who regularly work with senior people in other organisations or at a strategic level within our own – can picture some of the qualities common to

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Daniel Goleman explains why Eco-intelligence is a thing

Daniel Goleman explains why eco intelligence is a thing

There’s EQ, there’s IQ, and now there’s Eco Intelligence. Except the ‘now’ is 10 years old and I’m late to the party. How did I even hear about this? A few weeks ago, a bunch of us were rabbiting on about

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How to turn your work-ability into your biggest asset

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My husband Ray and I are your typical Aussie mum and dad property investors; our three children are also young investors (in their 30s). Back in the 1980s, getting a deposit together to purchase a house was arguably as difficult

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A milestone year for Indigenous education

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Slade Group is proud to support the Cathy Freeman Foundation in their 10 year anniversary celebrations this year. Last week we hosted an art show to mark ten years of making a difference to Indigenous students, which coincides with our

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How sports coaches use world class leadership to create winning teams

How sports coaches use world class leadership

Before I elaborate, I have a confession to make… I’m an ex senior AFL player, now a football coach and more recently, a professional recruiter. To outsiders, a senior coach is the face of their club, much like a hiring

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Does a work legacy matter?

Does a work legacy matter

Let me paint the scene. It’s Saturday night, I’m at a friend’s house with a group of mates as our children run inside and outside the house vaguely supervised. Our respective partners are all out, so we’re taking the opportunity

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A salute to my early career

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Rather than following my friends to University when I left school, I took an alternative route into the workforce by joining the New Zealand Army – not exactly the most obvious career choice for a female with a short and

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Born in 1967, still growing up: Slade Group celebrates 50 years

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In the following article by Maggie Chen, which appeared in the Autumn 2017 edition of the Victorian Chamber of Commerce & Industry Business Excellence magazine, Slade Group Chairman Geoff Slade shares his story and the insights he has developed over

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