All Posts by Blake Gwilt

Change Management Has Never Been So Important

In today’s business world organisations have to frequently change to keep up with the dynamic and ever-changing environment. Whether it’s a small change like implementing a new system or a much larger change such a company merger or takeover, the way the change is managed determines success or failure. Change management is difficult because people are […]

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Market Pulse November 2015 – Comments from CDL’s General Manager Operations

In the frantic rush to end of the calendar year we take note of the continuous disruption, change and people development and retention needs that many of our clients are experiencing as the market continues to be buoyant. Whether we like it or not change is a continuum. Technology, innovation and the need to be […]

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Employee Performance: 5 Top Tips for Improvement

The success of a business is hinged upon the performance of its employees. Even with all the other factors of production – land, capital, and enterprise – a business will not produce without labour. The problem with labour is its complexity; it’s human. Although every boss wants his/her employees to always perform highly, few of […]

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Market Pulse August 2015 – Comments from CDL’s General Manager Operations

Change is a continuum – the market is buoyant, nothing stays the same for long and that’s a fact. Businesses continue to re-align to enhance performance and efficiency in a tough global market. Everyday there seems to be another headline about a pending stock market crash, another business restructuring, skills shortages, an aging workforce, and […]

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The Swinburne Leadership Survey

A quick review of the Swinburne Leadership Survey, 2015 After polling 800 Australian adults in 2014, the Swinburne Leadership Survey produced some interesting revelations on beliefs about the nation’s leaders and citizens. The study not only surveyed political leaders, but other leaders in society as well. These included religious, community, trade union and business leaders.

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