What Constitutes Bullying?

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There is a big debate these days on what constitutes bullying. Is it the tone, the words, the actions or all or part of?

Judith shares her experience from when she started as a manager in the 80’s and includes tips for the manager and the employee.

Make sure to join our discussion on this topic at our upcoming Deep Dive Sessions in Melbourne and Sydney.

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Have we made steady gains or stalled progress?

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Connie writes for Financy Women’s Index – September quarter released. What I love about the Financy’s Women’s Index is that it makes me feel that women in the workforce are making slow but steady progress. I look at it like a diet. Crash diets rarely work but often the weight loss that is kept off comes from changing eating habits as a part of an overall lifestyle change.

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Why do people lie?

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Elly Johnson, Founder and Managing Director of TruthAbility, shares with us the motivation of telling lies. She puts it simply for us we lie to gain or to avoid pain. She says most of us share the same motives for telling lies. Understanding your own motivations to lie is the first step to doing a ‘truth health check’ on your own life and own choices.

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