Managing Remote Workers

With a significant number of the workforce now working in some sort of flexible role due to Covid-19 we thought it would be beneficial to discuss how you can effectively manage and communicate with your workforce during this challenging time.

Lets break it down and keep it simple:

  1. Treat them like they are in the office. Give your team as much access to you as possible. If we don’t have that access we can feel disconnected. Respond to them as quickly as possible.
  2. Communicate Regularly.  ...
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Macarthur Women in Leadership

At MacPac HR we are inspired to make a significant contribution in developing the leadership skills and capabilities of women across South West Sydney.

Women everywhere should have access to high quality programs that have such an impact they it inspires them to reach for the stars and access all the opportunities that are available to them.

This program is designed for:

Women who are currently in leadership roles, or aspire to become a highly effective leader in their workplace, the community or other groups and teams ...

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Genuine Leadership

Great leaders demonstrate behaviours that we generally recognise and appreciate [and applaud] from time to time. Genuine and authentic leadership is the ability to be receptive to everyone’s perceptions and the information and environments around them in order to continually adapt and learn.

You don’t necessarily have to have a big team that you are managing in order to be considered a leader and to need effective leadership skills.  Whether it is in your home, your community, your sporting organisation, individuals ...

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Where are all the great coaches?

When it comes to developing and assessing your teams, your managers are the lynch-pin to coaching and achieving the desired performance levels. So, helping your managers develop in this area is critical on both an individual level as well as for the organisation.  Yet for a variety of reasons, this valuable activity is often ignored.

It is often observed, in organisations across the world, that we take people who are technically proficient, or have been ...

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Employee Training – Is it worth the investment?

In an article back in 2013 Richard Branson said “if your best people aren’t growing in their careers as your business gains traction and expands, they will quickly lose enthusiasm for their work. And before you know it, you’ll be dealing with unsatisfied customers as well as unsatisfied employees”.

So take it from someone that knows a little something about business – Mr Branson – it’s fair to say that investing in your people, providing training and development opportunities will have major ...

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Emotional Intelligence

Introducing three brand new and highly practical courses that use real experiences to explore Emotional Intelligence.

Difficult People – And How to Deal With Them

This module explains the emotional reactions that cause us to find some people ‘difficult’. Participants will:

  1. Increase awareness of their emotional reaction to other people’s behaviour;
  2. Identify some options for dealing with their emotional reactions to ‘difficult’ behaviour.


Managing Emotions

In this module, packed full of practical help, participants will:

  1. Identify the management of emotions as a skill of emotional intelligence.
  2. Increase their ...
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