Work From Home: Great for productivity. Not so good for developing leaders.

Just when you thought you’d heard about every side effect of COVID-19, there’s yet another that could affect us for years to come: The hindered development of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) among our next wave of  leaders – courtesy of Work From Home (WFH). Remote working certainly has its benefits – freedom, extra sleep, a chance to spend more time with

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Balancing Work & Family

With increased employment among mothers, family employment patterns have shifted over recent years due to several social changes such as improved access to post-school education, greater flexible work arrangements and greater availability of childcare and maternity leave (ABS, 2003).

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