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THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS: The Big Short is long on the human predicament

We all remember the Global Financial Crisis, or GFC, as it was called. It was a time when the world stood on the brink of economic catastrophe, to the point that it was being talked about as leading to another Great Depression such as the world suffered in the 1930s. The Big Short is the […]

Leadership in Australia: Turnbull must rage against smugness

‘Rage against the Canberra smugness’: The risks are real and Malcolm Turnbull must act September 17, 2015 William Pesek Prime Minister designate Malcolm Turnbull Deputy Liberal Leader Julie Bishop and Christopher Pyne arrive for the joint party room meeting at Parliament House in Canberra on Tuesday 15 September 2015.   Photo: Andrew Meares Prime Minister […]

Leadership (background: recent Australian Liberal leadership dramas)

Leaders must recognise the difference between whingeing and true concern September 19, 2015 Being a good leader doesn’t necessarily mean you must defend your staff at all costs and ignore complaints, writes Jim Bright. A leader in possession of a large organisation must be in want of a dog. Photo: Kerrie Leishman It is a […]

The 10 personality types employers avoid

BRITTNEY HELMRICH AND CHAD BROOKS BUSINESSNEWSDAILY NEWS.COM.AU JULY 16, 2015 Pete Campbell, Mad Men character brags and lies to colleagues to get ahead. Picture: Supplied IS YOUR company hiring? Don

COURAGE: WW2 – THE FINAL TOAST†!

They once were among the most universally admired and revered men in the United States. There were 80 of the Raiders in April 1942, when they carried out one of the most courageous and heart-stirring military operations in this nation’s history. The mere mention of their unit’s name, in those years, would bring tears to […]

Embrace Uncertainty

Take a risk and embrace fresh career opportunities Date January 17, 2015 Jim Bright The challenge is how to make the transformation from being to becoming, from the known to the unknown.Illustration: Kerrie Leishman A new year, a new you is a gratingly irritating phrase that I can’t help mishearing as a new ewe.

Check-list for Pastors: High standards for a high calling

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Tricky Questions at Job Interviews

Acing those tricky questions at the job interview Date September 27, 2014 Jonathan Rivett The melting pot: Where all job seekers end up. BENIGN TO FIVE It has happened to all of us. You go into a job interview brimming with confidence like a cauldron of self-satisfaction, feeling more-than-adequately armed to confront the coming interrogatory […]

What TEDx Speakers Do That Preachers Donít

Ever seen a TEDx talk? They

BLACKBURN BAPTIST CHURCH: fond memories…

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