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Due diligence for officers – what do you need to do

This webinar will explain the concept of due diligence, including the responsibilities of officers. It will be of interest to business owners, business principals, Directors, Chief Financial Officers, Trustees and WHS professionals.

Ask an expert – Mark Moskvitch

This webinar is a question and answer session featuring WorkCover NSW State Coordinator Mark Moskvitch answering questions about manual handling, ergonomics, working in confined spaces and noisy environments.

Managing hazardous manual tasks in your workplace

This informative presentation looks at the basic requirements for managing hazardous manual tasks. The presentation covers who is responsible for managing tasks, how to check for and identify hazardous manual tasks, how to conduct a risk assessment, how to control the risks and how to review control measures.

Navigating a safe return to work: the WorkCover Certificate of Capacity

Navigating a safe return to work: a presentation on the WorkCover Certificate of Capacity by Dr Loeve, a member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).

5 Clever Ways to Raise Money for Your Startup Without Making an Investor Pitch

Tom Walker, CEO, author, and angel investor shares a few skillful ways startups can raise funds without having to pitch to investors.

LEADERSHIP BIRTH RATE - Who's the Best at Developing Future Leaders?

Had the pleasure of doing a webinar over at Fistful of Talent this week with my friend, Tim Sackett. The topic was "The New HR Math", which was a conversation about how the expectations of HR metrics are changing these...

Hackers and Planes

Spiegel Online explores the disturbing question of whether hackers could bring down a plane. An excerpt: The officials from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) were not at all happy about what they were hearing. An unshaven 32-year-old...Show More Summary

You Have to Say 'No' to Stay Focused

Alberto Pearlman, co-founder of Zumba, prioritizes tasks based on their contribution to company mission.

19 Short Inspirational Quotes for Overcoming Adversity

Bite-sized pieces of advice to help you move past challenges and adversity, in business and in life.

Culture Doesn't Come from a Manifesto. It Comes From Relationships

Your most important professional relationships may not be with your coworkers, Bre Pettis says.

How to Build Trust

Scooter Braun, founder of SB Projects, explains how he helps the artists he manages deal with their struggles.

How To Create Effective Achievements On Your Resume

Often, what job seekers call ‘achievements’ are really their daily responsibilities. Find out how to create effective achievements on your resume. The post How To Create Effective Achievements On Your Resume appeared first on CAREEREALISM.

Should We Ban Handshakes?

The first piece of business advice I was given that stuck was to greet a new person with a firm, enthusiastic handshake. Since that day 16 years ago when my boss said my shake had to be “more confident,” I've...

Petty Annoyances at Work

Peter Post examines four problems people have at work with co-workers and how those petty annoyances can end up causing strife rather than a pleasant office environment.

Self-Sabotage Techniques

Time-tested and widely used: Indiscretion Anger Desire for failure Hubris Sloth Lack of focus Bad associates Fear Insecurity Lack of ambition Distractions Immediate gratification Lack of self-discipline Failure to plan Fear of success...Show More Summary

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