Building a workplace culture that motivates people to perform their best work, supports open communication, transparency, and provides your workforce with stability requires diligence and deftness to achieve in the best of times.
Today is R U OK Day, Australia’s national day of action when we are reminded that every day is the day to ask, “Are you OK?” if someone in your world is struggling with life's ups and downs.
Tips from R U OK on how to start a conversation with someone:
- Ask R U OK?
- Listen with an open mind
- Encourage action
- Check in
Find more tips at RUOK.org.au
We asked six of our staff members how they ask their friends, family and colleagues, ‘R U OK?’
We’re giving one lucky delegate the opportunity to watch the virtual National Conference on a brand new iPad (worth $529)! All you need to do is register and pay before Friday, 16 October.
We’re thrilled to share another full session from the 2019 National Conference, so you can relive the experience! Most boards have strong governance and regulatory structures framing and underpinning their function. Yet, some boards are exceptional while others are average and still others fail. What then are the hallmarks of excellence?
We're taking you down memory lane and sharing our highlights from the 2019 National Conference. One of my personal highlights was chairing our fireside chat on technology, modern governance and human-centred design.
I am delighted to invite you to join us for Governance Institute’s first-ever Virtual National Conference on 7 and 8 December 2020