Team members from Your Call and Clarity Workplace Solutions recently participated in the Alannah and Madeline Foundation’s (AMF) Buddy Bag program. The program provides backpacks filled with essential and care items to Australian children experiencing trauma.
If you don’t want to appear ignorant, you don’t ask questions. If you don’t want to seem incompetent, you won’t admit weakness or mistakes, and if you want to be seen as a team player, you definitely won’t challenge the status quo or call out wrongdoing. The problem is, if we are too scared to ask questions, offer ideas, challenge the status quo or call out wrongdoing, our organisations can miss out on huge opportunities.
On our podcast, Ethical Antidotes, we talk to Sally Irwin, CEO of The Freedom Hub, an Australian non-profit organisation that works towards ending modern slavery.
World Athletics, the International Governing Body for the Sport, has made a commitment to its members following the release of a survey into abuse directed at its elite athletes during this year’s Tokyo Olympic Games.
Former CEO of Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, was convicted on 4 of 11 counts relating to wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud. The fact that convictions were not obtained on the remaining 7 fraud counts is immaterial because reputational damage is already done when the legal charges are filed.
Peter joins the Team at Clarity following almost 40 years in the legal profession as a highly respected Criminal and Sports Lawyer.
The purpose of the Review was to make recommendations ensuring that 1) Commonwealth parliamentary workplaces are safe and respectful; and 2) Parliament reflects best practice in prevention and response to bullying, sexual harassment and sexual assault.
The end of year party is a great way to build social connection and team cohesion, but in the current environment that we’re in, it is wise to think about how the end of year party can foster great conversations and celebrate in a safe way.
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