Leaderonomics: Why You Need To Seek Out What’s Different

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In this article for Leaderonomics, Michelle writes about diversity of thoughts and ideas in the workplace. By the time you read this article you are likely to have already done a myriad of things – many of which were based on your habits. Humans are habitual creatures, who are comfortable with routine. However, our habits […]

IIDM: How Leaders Benefit From The Wisdom Of Youth

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In this article for the International Institute of Directors and Managers, Michelle discusses why leaders need to be open to new ways of thinking and she suggests new insights and ideas can come also from young people.  As organisations grapple with more complex issues and an ever-increasing pace of change, leaders need to be open […]

Wealth Professional: How to build a more diverse team

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In this article featured in Wealth Professional, Michelle explains how to push past unconscious bias to create a diverse team that can truly tackle complex problems. AS ORGANIZATIONS grapple with more complex decisions and an ever­ increasing pace of change, building a work­force equipped with the skills and experience to thrive in such an environment […]

Insurance Business Australia: How to build a more diverse team

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In this article published in Insurance Business Australia, Michelle says the more alike people are, the more likely they are to think along the same lines; therefore, there is less room for debate, discernment and disagreement. Continue reading below.  As organizations grapple with more complex decisions and an ever-increasing pace of change, building a workforce […]

Are you searching for too much similarity?

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It’s natural to want to work with people you like and find easy to work with, and consequently when you are building a team or forming work groups you often seek out such people. This is either done consciously or subconsciously. In the case of recruitment, for example, search criteria often specifically reference the desire […]