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25 Sep 2022
4 things emotionally intelligent people do when they have a tough new job
Starting a new job can be stressful—but tackling your new role with an emotionally intelligent approach can make a big difference.
13 Aug 2022
Is Anger And Anxiety In The Workplace The New Normal?
This article claims that rates of anger, anxiety and aggression in some workplaces might be accelerating. The author asserts that there are various reasons for increasing anger and that workplace anger and anxiety could be the new normal.
16 Jul 2022
4 Reasons Why This Often Overlooked Trait Is The Key To Career Success
This article argues that one of the critical factors in effective leadership is 'consistency.'
30 Jun 2022
ADF senior leadership appointments
The Australian Government has announced a change of command for Australian Defence Force (ADF) senior leadership positions, including chiefs of services.
29 Jun 2022
Anthony Albanese extends term of General Angus Campbell as Chief of the Defence Force
The Australian Government has announced that Chief of Defence, General Angus Campbell, will have his term extended by two years.
30 Jun 2022
‘Top Gun’ Hornet Instructor New Chief Of Air Force
Air Vice-Marshal Robert Chipman will be the next Chief of Air Force (CAF) in July when he replaces the outgoing CAF, Air Marshal Mel Hupfeld.
7 Jul 2022
Remote work or in the office? Why the tide could turn again
Many workers would argue that the upside of the COVID pandemic is the exponential growth of working from home (remote work) and hybrid work. However, not everyone’s happy with the idea, and the subject is hotly debated.
21 Jun 2022
The 3 Best Ways To Deal With Career Disappointment
Whether you’re decades into your career or just beginning, you’ve likely experienced some disappointment and setbacks along the way. Those career frustrations, however, don’t have to be all bad.
13 Jun 2022
Five Eyes advisory warns more malicious Russian cyber activity incoming
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine—and the sanctions Moscow now has to bear as a result—has led to various cybercrime groups publicly pledging their support for the Russian Government and threatening to launch cyber-attacks against countries that support Ukraine.
24 May 2022
Why quickly patching your iPhones and Macs is more important than ever
The writer offers his opinion that it is a dangerous myth that Apple products are secure and don't get malware or hacked—he notes that the number of vulnerabilities in Apple products is rapidly catching up with vulnerabilities on products from Google and Windows.