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The coronavirus pandemic has challenged organisations in unprecedented ways, but leaders can take a number of steps to successfully manage their organisations and workforces past the pandemic, according to UNSW Business School.

Leadership in a crisis

What steps can leaders take to help organisations navigate the COVID-19 pandemic?

Leading a virtual team

With organisations fast-tracking work from home for many employees as a result of COVID-19, there are 10 steps leaders can adopt to significantly improve their leadership skills in managing virtual teams.

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Actuary Anthony Asher suggests why the banking royal commission should have examined excessive CEO remuneration.

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Thanks to their brazen overconfidence, mediocre men are being promoted to senior roles ahead of vastly more qualified women, writes Darren Saunders. But a reckoning is coming.

Group dynamic

Researchers investigated the secret of good group leadership. What they discovered was as simple as it was powerful.

Trump

Brexit, the US election and the parlous state of public leadership in Australia are not anomalies. They represent a dire crisis of public confidence in expertise, knowledge and evidence, writes Rob Brooks.

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Social policy researcher in disability services Kristy Muir has been appointed CEO of the Centre for Social Impact.

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Australia needs the vision, evidence-based decision making, process and participation that scientist leaders offer, writes Emma Johnston.

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Sincere emotions gain trust, but how about genuine anger?

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