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Dementia Australia has launched four new courses designed to inspire future leaders in aged care while grounding the education and learning opportunities in dementia care settings.
Humility is arguably the strongest trait any leader can possess as it complements all leadership styles. However, humility is more than just a word, it has to be authentic.
Saying no to colleagues is uncomfortable. It’s far easier to say yes, even if it places extra pressure on you… right? Wrong. But if you struggle to say no there are clear steps to take that’ll help you master the art.
There’s a fine line between selling yourself and bodaciously bragging about your strengths at work. But bragging doesn’t have to be a dirty word – you can do it in a positive way.
You don’t need a fancy title just to be a leader. Some of the best mentors and professionals are peer leaders who are taking their first steps into leadership.
Workplace relationships are often forged through some of the toughest times, but what happens to a friendship when there’s a power imbalance? Can a manager really keep their friendship with employees?
Are you doing the right things or are you doing thighs right? It’s a bit of a juggling act, but only until you learn what your capabilities are.
Whether you’re new to leadership or an experienced hand, sometimes the demands of leadership just become too much. But rather than powering through each one, there are effective ways to clear them with ease.
Instead of leaving yourself open and exposed, vulnerability offers a sense of authenticity that can strengthen relationships and well-being.
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