18
Nov 19

Cyber Security in Australian Universities

You’ve heard about the recent cyber attacks on Australian Universities stemming from foreign bodies but the statistics are elusive at best. We did the hard work to find the most important facts to know about this new era of cyber espionage. Download the high quality version here: cyber security info (1) The Cyber Security for … Continue reading Cyber Security in Australian Universities

18
Nov 19

Fact Sheet: Mental Health in the Workplace

While one in three of us will experience mental illness at some point in our lives, there remains a pervasive stigma in the workplace preventing us from talking openly about our mental health. We compiled a fact sheet about the rates of mental health issues in the workplace, the associated cost and which industries are … Continue reading Fact Sheet: Mental Health in the Workplace

18
Nov 19

Five Tools to Strengthen Investigations & Enforcement

As the regulation and enforcement role continues to evolve, professionals are expected to achieve more with fewer resources on a tighter time frame. Regulators are turning to tools and technology to achieve more effective outcomes. Here are five set to transform the space: Are you looking for other ways you can increase the efficiency of … Continue reading Five Tools to Strengthen Investigations & Enforcement

18
Nov 19

From 1919 to 2019 – The Evolution of Classrooms

Education was a different experience in the early 1900s. If you lived in the country at the start of the 20th century, children might have been fortunate enough to have a small, one room schoolhouse on land donated by a local farmer.  Classrooms were church-like in appearance with wooden benches facing the front, reflecting the … Continue reading From 1919 to 2019 – The Evolution of Classrooms

11
Nov 19

5 Cognitive Biases affecting your Communication Plan

Your beliefs and opinions are based on years of experience and objective analysis, making them rational, logical and impartial – right? Even the best of us tend to see the world through glasses forged from our past experiences and allow our preconceptions to dictate our reactions to various scenarios.  Cognitive biases affect the way we … Continue reading 5 Cognitive Biases affecting your Communication Plan

11
Nov 19

Crisis hubs to alleviate ED mental health strain

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More Australians are accessing mental health services than ever before and Emergency Departments are groaning with the weight of associated presentations.  Over the last four years emergency departments saw an increase of 20% in mental health presentations. This is not only a strain on under-resourced ED staff but also poses harmful consequences for patients.  Research … Continue reading Crisis hubs to alleviate ED mental health strain

07
Nov 19

The Cost of Care – Must-have early intervention & prevention strategies for first responders

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“What other job requires you to be in a constant state of hyper vigilance and alertness yet at the same time be a counsellor, a social worker, a lawyer, or a prison warden. What other profession authorizes you to take a person’s liberty, or potentially use deadly force, but then mandates that you attempt to … Continue reading The Cost of Care – Must-have early intervention & prevention strategies for first responders

05
Nov 19

Exploring new ground – Roy Thompson on BTR evolution in ANZ

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New Ground Capital is making waves in NZ housing market by realising the untapped potential of Build to Rent investment.  Originally founding New Ground Capital to leverage his skills in the financial markets in a meaningful way, Roy is committed to completing the establishment of the Build to Rent sector in the NZ housing market, … Continue reading Exploring new ground – Roy Thompson on BTR evolution in ANZ